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"Bringin' On The Heartbreak!" That song (Def Leppard) has always been one of my all-time favorite songs. So that's what we'll talk about today.
What are YOUR favorite songs? Come on. Let's hear them!
As for me, my all-time favorite is Dexy's Midnight Runners, "Come On Eileen." Murray Head's, "One Night In Bangkok" is also near the top of the list. On a lesser-known note, the Eagles' "The Last Resort" is an incredible tune. Meatloaf's "Paradise By The Dashboard Light" is also a great one. There's a reason why everybody loves that song. Another lesser-known is Queen's "Seven Seas Of Rhye."
What songs make you crank up the radio of your car? What songs make you say "Yes!" when you find them on the radio? Quiet Riot's "Cum On Feel The Noize" has always been a good one for me.
So how about you? Let me hear what you have to say!
P.S. Do the contents of an AdultFriendFinder blog have to have a sexual theme? Hmm... fucking is fun! How's that?
7/28/2006 10:48 am
bonnie raitt's - she's nobodys girl|
patty griffin- red shoes
mr. blue sky- elo
that one tune by joe walsh- that i can play the riff to but can't remember the name right now- danananana da na DA danananana da na DA
goes like that.
and when driving the backwoods to the beach? Shhhhhh Don't tell anyone- Hot Child in the City Nick Gilder
8/11/2006 8:23 am
This is one of my favorite topics. And i've always thought you can learn a lot about people from the music they like..|
"that i can play the riff to but can't remember the name right now- danananana da na DA danananana da na DA"
Life's Been Good? (http://AdultFriendFinder.com) That's about the only Joe Walsh song anybody ever learns how to play. I can't remember if I ever even tried to play it.
Come on Eileen.. that's a classic (imo) for anyone who grew up during the first years of MTV (let's not say how old that makes us...) I have a couple of covers of that song by my favorite bands.
I also am a fan of One Night in Bangkok. I had kind of forgotten about it. Downloading it now, and thanks for the reminder!
Meatloaf.. i love that whole album! But T definitely does not! Those are awesome driving singalong songs...!
Quiet Riot.. that cracks me up. One of the first songs I ever learned how to play. I used to play it all the time! Still a good one that doesn't seem to get played much anymore.
I'll vote for Nick Gilder too. That song is underrated! Of course, I also like 'Kung-Fu Fighting' and 'The Night Chicago Died', so maybe I'm just wierd.
Now.. I'm not sure I even have a list of favorites anymore. There are just too many awesome songs. And I'm constantly looking for new music so I'm always adding new ones that nobody else has ever heard of, or picking new bands a year before they get popular...
Anyway, some random selections from the last XX years, in no particular order...
I Don't Like Mondays - the Boomtown Rats
More Than A Feeling - Boston
almost every song by The Clash, but especially London Calling.
Deacon Blues - Steely Dan
First Pearl Jam album
Wish You Were Here - Pink Floyd
Lipstick Sunset - John Hiatt
Werewolves of London - Warren Zevon
Living After Midnight - Judas Priest
Piano Man - Billy Joel
.. and on and on and on...
I could probably write songs all day, but I'd better get back to paying the bills, which is what I sat down to do!
8/11/2006 1:19 pm
Wish You Were Here has always been my favorite Pink Floyd song. Living After Midnight is awesome too - great for driving. I heard it two days ago.|
8/14/2006 7:41 am
Want to keep this going? One song at a time??|
8/17/2006 11:47 pm
Great topic. Good to see someone else appreciates Murray Head! Can't argue with any of the choices.|
My overall taste runs from A to Z - you wouldn't believe my mp3 file assortment! I like rock - just about everything by AC/DC, Aerosmith, Def Leppard and Van Halen - but also like Madonna, Ray Charles, jazz, big-band, early /hip-hop and reggae.
My favorite all-time driving song (especially at night) is Phil Collins "In the Air Tonight"...must have been Miami Vice!
Other fav's: Boston "Don't Look Back", Foreigner "Feels Like the First Time", Ratt "Round and Round", Joan Jett "I Hate Myself", Red Hot Chili Peppers "Other Side", Nelly Furtado "Turn Off the Light", Red Rider "Lunatic Fringe", Frankie Goes to Hollywood "Relax".
More currently: I am hooked on the Goo Goo Dolls, and enjoy artists like Matchbox 20 (Rob Thomas), No Doubt (Gwen Stefani) and Nickelback (Chad Kreuter). They are all very talented.
More obscure/guilty pleasures from the past: "I Know What Boys Like" by The Waitresses, "Girlfriend in a Coma" by The Smiths, Lisa Stansfield "Been Around the World", Frieda "There's Something Going On", Digital Underground "Humpty Dance".