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    The possibility that they might not actually be giants has never really been considered.


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    I used to not admit I love ABBA
    Calling Wanda a Pretender is Trumpian at best

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    There is no shame is liking Abba songs!


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    Speaking of Abba...Bjorn Again is sort of an Abba tribute/homage band. Here, in answer to Erasure doing an Ep of Abba covers, BA covers a big hit of Erasure's...



    This video is awesome because if you didn't know better, you'd think it actually was a clip of Abba from 1978

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    I was going to post a different version of this Kylie song, but hey...we're all comics fans here right?


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    This video is fun, but I'm still trying to wrap my head around the fact that somebody at Warner Bros ( or whoever controls the Hanna Barbara IPs) approved to license the official images of the Splits for a horror movie.


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    Don't know why, but I've always liked this Andy Gibb song:

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    Quote Originally Posted by ed2962 View Post
    Carly Simon meets Marvin Hamlish

    As Bond songs go, this ranks fourth for me behind (in descending order):

    “Goldfinger” (Shirley Bassey)
    “A View To A Kill” (Duran Duran)
    “Live And Let Die” (Paul McCartney)
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    My wife and I saw Barry Manilow in concert in 1978.
    It's probably a toss up between Barry and Frankie Avalon as the most uncool concert we've been to.
    Orpheus, Janis Joplin (last concert before her death), Eric Clapton, and Journey, are some others seen live so I guess my taste in music is fairly eclectic.

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    This is another of my mom's favorite songs back in the day...


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    Quote Originally Posted by ed2962 View Post
    This is another of my mom's favorite songs back in the day...
    This song was loved by my mother.
    It should have been a great big hit.
    Instead it had a short shelf life,
    And they said it sounded like...



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    Happy Turkey Day


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    One Hit Wonders Deep Blue Something



    Considering the actual "Breakfast At Tiffany's" movie, I'm glad I saw it as a middle aged adult. I don't think I would have appreciated it as a younger person.

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    So, what's interesting is that there were a few "new wave"/pop acts that had hits that also were popular as novelty tunes (i.e. "Johnny Are You Queer" sung buy Josie Cotton but written by the Go-Gos). I have to admit that the first time I heard this song by The Waitresses was on the Dr Demento Show. Not long after, they did the theme song to the TV Show Square Pegs


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    Quote Originally Posted by ed2962 View Post
    So, what's interesting is that there were a few "new wave"/pop acts that had hits that also were popular as novelty tunes (i.e. "Johnny Are You Queer" sung buy Josie Cotton but written by the Go-Gos). I have to admit that the first time I heard this song by The Waitresses was on the Dr Demento Show. Not long after, they did the theme song to the TV Show Square Pegs

    This one was fun the first time, but it doesn't work well for repeat plays.

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