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Old 10-04-2007   #1
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Right now I have been rocking some Spin Doctors, Presidents of the United States and MMMM-Bop from Hansen. What guilty pleaures are you all listenting to lately?
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You are willing to admit this on a forurm?

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Ohio Players "Honey"
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Colin Blunstone's solo stuff, after the Zombies broke up (but with Rod Argent producing and playing on the early ones) -- sooooooooooo sappy and romantic . . . . but there was this one special lady, way back when ......

The things we do for love --
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Jerry,

Coming from a guy who professes Michael Jackson's Thriller as one of the best albums??

You can't even start on this thread and should be banned from any negative postings on music!
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When I was in high school, I owned Foreigner, Boston, Kansas, and Styx -- all on 8-track, no less. Then I discovered Elvis Costello's Armed Forces and was a changed man. But just between you and me and the rest of the internet, I still crank up Boston's More Than A Feeling when it comes on the old FM. Rock on, dude!
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