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Old 03-15-2006, 01:25 PM   #16
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-The Knack...well, actually just "My Sharona."
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Yes, I admit, I like Journey's "Anyway You Want It" from Caddyshack.
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My entire music library qualifies for this thread.
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Cher/various other 70's disco
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Kylie Minogue
venga boys- sex on the beach
Digital Underground - The Humpty Dance
virgin prunes-The Moon Looked Down and Laughed
Def Leppard - Pour Some Sugar On Me
Van Morrison - Searching for Someone Exactly Like You
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Can't believe Im saying this but The Back Street Boys. They really do have some great songs!

Huey Lewis and the News
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Christina Aguilers has the best voice in the music world today. I love listening to her sing. She has more talent than all of the other female singers combined!
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Old 03-15-2006, 11:26 PM   #27
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i tap my foot to kelly clarkson, i admit it.

i like,

the monkees,
coldplay,
keane,
billy joel, even the 80's stuff
bon jovi
old school musicals- (singin' in the rain )
gavin degraw- finally a new dude that can play piano!
the goo goo dolls- dizzy up the girl = drool:
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oooh, old school jazz. i know frank sinatra, count basie, and louis armstrong don't have a lot of emotional depth to their songs, but do they count? do they have the approval of the 'acceptable police'?
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Can't believe Im saying this but The Back Street Boys. They really do have some great songs!

Huey Lewis and the News


Only I'm so not ashamed to have Huey Lewis and the News on my laptop.

It's so Hip to be Square.
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Some of the older stuff by the Cranberries, Goo Goo Dolls, and Matchbox 20. oh and i really like that song "Torn" by Natalie Imbruglia.

I was a huge Backstreet Boys fan when I was like 10. Don't know where any of the albums are but I'm willing to bet if I found them I would still love them.

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let's see...

Paula Abdul
Ashlee Simpson
Kelly Clarkson
Avril Lavinge
Celine Dion
Fall Out Boy
Wham!
Jennifer Lopez
Linkin Park
Maroon 5
T.a.t.u.
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