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    Guilty pleasures?

    ...well, work has been slow this Winter due to inclement weather here on Long Island, so I've had time to catch up on what's REALLY important - surfing the web, watching television, going out to lunch with friends, and, sure - listening to plenty of music.

    At one point, I had Devo's "Smart Patrol" at a pretty good volume level. It was a lot of fun. It was also embarrassing to some degree.

    Back in the late 70s/early 80s, I didn't know it, but lead members of Devo were friends with those killed at the infamous Kent State. I suppose that's why their stuff is politically motivated.

    C'mon, now... what do you listen to that would best be kept a secret? I have more but that's enough for now!

    P.S. Didn't get a f-----g thing done around the condo this season - w-a-y too lazy. But I'm having a lot of fun...

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    I always liked "Crimson and Clover". Don't tell anyone tho.
    Back in my day, we had nine planets.

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    I jam "Rock Me Amadeus" by Falco every now and again.

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    some of the later work from the beatles

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    99 Luftballons never gets old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmy C
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    C'mon, now... what do you listen to that would best be kept a secret? I have more but that's enough for now!
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    On the one hand, Bob Dylan, on the other, Elliott Carter. Worse, John Rutter, (but never, ever Andrew Lloyd Weber).

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    Just A Little Lovin' from Stoney End by Barbra Streisand

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    Hee hee...

    Quote Originally Posted by 02audionoob
    99 Luftballons never gets old.
    Yup... that one's pretty bad!

    I'll throw in Duran Duran :*)

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    I love Duran Duran,

    "Girls on Film" is a fav, (I get my best 80's ~ Molly Ringwald grove on)heehee

    Also I love to turn up The Clash, Rock the Casbah, all the way and dance around the house like a maniac!

    Last but not least,

    The Cure, Why Can't I be You... (don't know why ~ love that song!)
    Don't you like it on the sly? Don't you like it till it hurts? Have I been on your mind? What's a voice without a song?

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    The Canadian National Anthem.



    AH HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!



    PSYCH!

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    My Sharona...The Knack

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    Errrrr....

    "Time" - Culture Club...

    So shoot me.

    Da Worfster

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    Huh? Time?

    "Time Has Come Today" by the Chambers Bros. Guilty only because after 5 minutes my dad was ready to throw the radio out the window.

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    Jessie's Girl by Rick Springfield

    Love is a Battlefield by Pat Benatar

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    Don't you like it on the sly? Don't you like it till it hurts? Have I been on your mind? What's a voice without a song?

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    "We built this city" Starship

    I don't know why people hate this one so, but I really like it.
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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by 02audionoob
    99 Luftballons never gets old.

    You realize they are singing about BOOBS dontcha?
    Blood, sweat, and TEARS, cant be beat, really.
    OR L.A WOMAN for that matter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pixelthis
    You realize they are singing about BOOBS dontcha?
    Blood, sweat, and TEARS, cant be beat, really.
    OR L.A WOMAN for that matter.
    As we learn early in life, it's ALL about boobs.

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