CONFESS!!! Your Guilty Pleasure

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CONFESS!!! Your Guilty Pleasure

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Admit it.

You are scanning through the radio . . . is it Band on the Run?

Mama Mia or Dancing Queen?

Do you find yourself humming that you are Walking on Sunshine?

Rock Me Amadeus?

"Don't change that! I like that song!"

What is it?

Worthless Nordic One-Hit Wonders: Take On Me or Love Fool?

Anything by the BeeGees or the Doobie Brothers? Naked Eyes?

CONFESS.

I will start:

Like Cartmen, I confess to liking Come Sail Away. . . .

Walks away in shame. . . .

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POLKA!!!

and cuddly kitties
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Post by Cloverlief »

I like all the songs that Doctor X mentioned in his opening posts. I am also inordinately fond of anything by Journey, which is strange because I was not a big Journey fan when I was in High School and Journey was popular. Go figure.
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That's so weird I just sent an article about this to my friends:

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/5405143/
Everybody has them. Hidden deep in the entertainment center. Buried at the bottom of the CD chest. Scratch the veneer of any hip music enthusiast and you'll find a closet Milli Vanilli fan.
And yes my personal shame is in the list in the article, I won't say which one, now if you'll excuse me I have to pop down to the store for some rum, sugar, and ice.

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Re: CONFESS!!! Your Guilty Pleasure

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I am so ashamed.
Eh goombah!
Ci vo' sonaaaaaaaaaa!
Che si sona, u brishculette-u ...
Portki, portki, it's the style,
You must wear them all the while!
Red or black or blue or grey,
You must wear them every day!

Yasha wears them, Stasha wears them ...
I also like the songs from Call Me Madam with Ethel Merman.

I myself can do a pretty good Merman impression.
I was born on a thousand acres of Oklahoma land,
Nothing grew on that thousand acres, for it was gravel and sand.
One day father started digging in a field, hoping to find some soil,
He dug and he dug and whaddaya think? Oil! Oil! Oil!

The money rolled in and I rolled out with a fortune piled so high,
Washington was my destination, and now who am I?
...
Despite the stereotype, I don't much care for Judy Garland.
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Bohemian Rapsody . . . of course. . . .

Super's Ready and the live In the Cage--both by Genesis. Not really guilty pleasures other than the fact that people in my car start freaking out: "Why is Phil Collins singing about the Beast?!!"

--J.D.
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"It was the criticisms of Doc X, actually, that let me see more clearly how far the hypocrisy had gone." – clarsct
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Shit. That's going to end up in your sig." – Pyrrho
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I guess it could be classified as a guilty pleasure. 70's funk. Commodores. Chic. Stevie Wonder. AWB. P-funk. (Not quite to the "mainstream"
disco stuff, but close)
Just like the proverbial bad penny...

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Post by Abdul Alhazred »

More guilty pleasure:

Songs of the Pogo by Walt Kelly and Norman Monath.

Yes, that Pogo by Walt Kelly.

Anyone remember "Slopposition"?
O once the opposition was completely opposed,
to all the suppositions that were generally supposed!
And all the superstitions that were thought to be imposed,
Are seen in composition to be slightly decomposed!
The last line of "Don't Sugar Me":
... Don't sugar me, 'cause us is throon!
I forget the name of this one, can anybody help me?
Have you ever while pondering the ways of the morn,
Or while paying a bit, just a drop in the horn,
To pour in the morining or late afternoon,
Or during the night when they're shining the moon?

Have you ever cried out while counting the snow,
Or watching the tomtit warble hello?

Break out the cigars! This life is for squirrels!
We're off to the drugstore to whistle at girls!
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Should I feel guilty about Falco, Greg Khin, Fine Young Cannibals, REO Speedwagon, or Howard Jones?

I don't feel guilty about the J.Giles Band, or 10,000 Maniacs.
Nineteen tequilas later, we had a deal.
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Badger wrote:Should I feel guilty about Falco, Greg Khin, Fine Young Cannibals, REO Speedwagon, or Howard Jones?

I don't feel guilty about the J.Giles Band, or 10,000 Maniacs.
You should feel guilty only if you totally ripped off REO Speedwagon. :P
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Las Ketchup (Asereje)

all together now..........

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. . . I have the 10,000 Maniacs live album in my car. . .

. . . helps the travel.

Yet another good example of happens when a band's lead singer leaves . . . you never hear of the rest again and the lead rarely has the fame of the original--if it was famous . . . either that, lead singer gets really famous and dies.

--J.D.
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"It was the criticisms of Doc X, actually, that let me see more clearly how far the hypocrisy had gone." – clarsct
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Re: CONFESS!!! Your Guilty Pleasure

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Abdul Alhazred wrote: Despite the stereotype, I don't much care for Judy Garland.
Ah, so you must be a Liza Minelli in "Cabaret" fan. :D

Apparently I'm a freak for owning all of Nik Kershaw's albums.
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Ahhh....the groups of my high school days - the Doobie Brothers, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Journey, REO Speedwagon (You Get What You Play For - live Ridin' the Storm Out), Ted Nugent (Stranglehold and Free for All, Cat Scratch Fever maybe, then he sucked after that).

Before then, there was stuff like the Hues Corporation, Paper Lace, Grand Funk Railroad, and others, all stars of early 70s AM Top Forty radio.

All guilty pleasures.
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I don't need your stinking guilt. I listen to Air Supply and I sing along loud and proud.
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Post by Abdul Alhazred »

livius drusus wrote:I don't need your stinking guilt. I listen to Air Supply and I sing along loud and proud.
But what if it were something super lame-o like the Monkees? Then you'd feel guilty. :P
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Post by Evolver »

My guilty pleasure? Reading Xouper's topics, and all of the hot-headed responses.
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I love to stick the Buffy The Musical CD on in the car and sing along at top volume :oops:

It's so uplifting (and no I'm not even being ironic there :oops: :oops: )

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