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HOOLLLLDDDDDDD ME NOW I FEEEEEEEEELLLLLL CONTAGEOUSAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHH! All I had to do was read the headline and it popped in my head
One of my favorite songs. No apologies. When that classic Miami bass drum loop drops. Fucking A. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fz9vXa7yp6I
What is in the water in Sweden? How do generations and generations of Swedes make absolutely perfect pop music. THIS ISN'T EVEN THEIR BEST BALLAD, AND IT'S A PERFECT THING. Listen to Your Heart is absolutely a 10. I will mention this on every Roxette column because it must be: Marie Freddrikson's ice-blonde pixie cut is also a 10.
Forever is proof that Eric Carr was the MVP of KISS from 1980 to his unfortunate passing. His drumming is incredible on that song, especially on the bridge. I've mentioned this before, but the Hot in The Shade album might have been the nadir of non-makeup era, but the tour might have been their best from a musical perspective. The perfect mix of '70s classics and current hits, and Kulick was playing Frehley's solos without sounding like a carbon copy. Really cool stage set too. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QnPZ1ZIyRKk
My favorite track from PHM: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fEWdjtMmqGo
"How are you doing sir? We shall be rocking you and I!" -Yngwie Malmsteen signing my copy of Trial By Fire, dressed in leather pants and a puffy shirt at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. Rings on every finger. Dude lives his gimmick.
Every time I've danced with someone and gotten a number, a track from Substance has been thumping in the background. I'm quite fond of it for that reason
1989 is the year I first became aware of the pop charts, and Rhythym Nation was obviously everywhere. I remember hearing Escapade (my mom's favorite), the title track and Black Cat all the time, both in my mom's mini van and in the wild, but have almost no memory of Miss You Much until it started popping up in movie trailers and soundtracks about five years ago. One of the most interesting things about this column is thinking about what songs fade and what songs become part of our shared heritage. Even on a blockbuster album like this, huge hits get forgotten and rediscovered. Miss You Much is a breath of fresh air in a dire chart year. It's a 9. Lovesong is a 10 Cherish is a 7
It was on so many well-meaning but not well-concieved mix CDs. It comes on a little strong
It's one of those songs that I think I'll grow out of someday...until I hear it again and I find myself screaming that IT'S NOT TOOOOOOOOOOOOOO FAAAAAAARRRRRRRRR AWWWWWAAAAAAAAAYYYYYYYY Also, I have the Britny Fox shirt Joey is wearing. Bought in 2004 for $25, now worth about $200
You can build a gated community on that chorus
This song is a 2 and I have nothing to say about it. Heaven is a goddamn 10. Parts of Heaven I fall for every goddamn time. When the guitars kick in for the chorus. "When I come home at night/AND YOU'RE IN BED ASLEEEEEEEEEEEP!/I'll wrap my arms around around you, so I can feel "I'll never be your Supermaaaannnn/as long as you always be my biggest faaaaaaannnnnnnn!" When Joey and Erik's guitars give a single meedly mow when the song goes acoustic again after the bitchin' solo to highlight Jani's white leather suited sincerity. "i don't know what to do/BUT I'M NEVER GIVING UP ON YOUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU!" "iT'S NOT TOOOOOOOOOOOOO FAAAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRR AWWWWWWWWWWAAAAAAAAAYYYYYYYYYYYY UHHHHHHHH-HOWWWWWWWW! "WHOA WHOAH WHOAH YEAAAAAAAHHHHHHHH! Hair metal is the best. RIP, Jani. You were an awesome dude.
I like The Rhythm is Gonna Get You a lot
Gloria and Emilio Estefan seem like really nice people, but their music is so boring, Tom really nailed it, they are the world's most famous wedding band. Don't Wanna Lose You reminds me of my orthodontist's office, but at least it has a better chorus than Anything For You. I don't love it, I don't hate it, it's just there, forever in rotation on 1995 Music First/pre-Behind The Music VH1. Don't Want To Lose You is a 5. Get On Your Feet is a 6 I don't even remember Here We Are, which is weird because my mom played Cuts Both Ways in her Dodge Caravan constantly. Yikes. Here We Are is a 3. Just Another Day is a 4 and also still in rotation on 1995 Music First/pre-Behind The Music VH1
I don't need this *comes with live show and a reproduction flyer* *puts in credit card info* Goddamn it.
Did you know that when I take a sip I buzz like a hornet?
You would think beating Shaq would lead to gainful employment, but that's what you get when you throw a party without your mom's permission
When you are four years old, everything is your favorite. I liked Nickelodeon, so I watched everything on Nickelodeon. Even Kids Court. I liked Batman, so Batman cereal was the best cereal of all time, and my Batcave wasn't just a bunch of cheap plastic and cardboard that broke a half-hour after I got it. I took care of my toys, so this was the fault of the Toy Biz corporation. New Kids on The Block were my favorite band. I thought their cartoon was BRILLIANT. Loved The Right Stuff, Favorite Girl and their cover of "Didn't I Blow Your Mind" (a 5. It's competent. The original is obviously a 10.) I never liked Hangin' Tough. I didn't know what rap was outside of the Fruity Pebbles commercial where Barney dressed up like the fourth member of Run-DMC to trick Fred, but I knew whatever the Kids were trying to wasn't working, If you have tell people how tough you are, you aren't tough. Hangin' Tough is a 3. Cover Girl is a 6 This One's For The Children is a 4. I'm shocked it was never part of an adorable cripple montage in the UCP telethons I was forced to do. Poison's Cry Tough: 10. 10. 10. 10. 10. Everything I love about Poison is encapsulated in three and a half minutes. The part in the video where Bret throws the mic and catches it? Gold, Jerry! Gold! Bret's vest: 10 CC's coat: 10 Rikki's hair: 10 Bobby's puffy shirt: 10
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