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[Aug. 18th, 2005|08:59 am]
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Go to Music Outfitters and plug your birth year into the search engine. Copy all of the songs from the Top 100 list and bold the ones you actually like. (benndragon ended up bolding everything she would sing along with, and that seemed like a decent criteria so I've kept it.)

1. Physical, Olivia Newton-John
2. Eye Of The Tiger, Survivor
3. I Love Rock N' Roll, Joan Jett and The Blackhearts
4. Ebony And Ivory, Paul McCartney and Stevie Wonder
5. Centerfold, J. Geils Band
6. Don't You Want M, Human League
7. Jack And Diane, John Cougar really one of my favorite all time songs. I should find it on MP3
8. Hurts So Good, John Cougar
9. Abracadabra, Steve Miller Band
10. Hard To Say I'm Sorry, Chicago
11. Tainted Love, Soft Cell
12. Chariots Of Fire, Vangelis
13. Harden My Heart, Quarterflash
14. Rosanna, Toto
15. I Can't Go For That, Daryl Hall and John Oates
16. 867-5309 (Jenny), Tommy Tutone
17. Key Largo, Bertie Higgins
18. You Should Hear How She Talks About You, Melissa Manchester
19. Waiting For A Girl Like You, Foreigner
20. Don't Talk To Strangers, Rick Springfield
21. The Sweetest Thing, Juice Newton
22. Always On My Mind, Willie Nelson
23. Shake It Up, Cars
24. Let It Whip, Dazz Band
25. We Got The Beat, Go-Go's
26. The Other Woman, Ray Parker Jr.
27. Turn Your Love Around, George Benson
28. Sweet Dreams, Air Supply
29. Only The Lonely, Motels
30. Who Can It Be Now?, Men At Work
31. Hold Me, Fleetwood Mac
32. Eye In The Sky, Alan Parsons Project
33. Let's Groove, Earth, Wind and Fire
34. Open Arms, Journey
35. Leader Of The Band, Dan Fogelberg
36. Leather And Lace, Stevie Nicks and Don Henley
37. Even The Nights Are Better, Air Supply
38. I've Never Been To Me, Charlene
39. '65 Love Affair, Paul Davis
40. Heat Of The Moment, Asia
41. Take It Easy On Me, Little River Band
42. Pac-man Fever, Buckner and Garcia
43. That Girl, Stevie Wonder
44. Private Eyes, Daryl Hall and John Oates
45. Trouble, Lindsey Buckingham
46. Making Love, Roberta Flack
47. Love's Been A Little Bit Hard On Me, Juice Newton
48. Young Turks, Rod Stewart
49. Freeze-frame, J. Geils Band
50. Keep The Fire Burnin', REO Speedwagon
51. Do You Believe In Love, Huey Lewis and The News
52. Cool Night, Paul Davis
53. Caught Up In You, 38 Special
54. Why Do Fools Fall In Love?, Diana Ross
55. Love In The First Degree, Alabama
56. Hooked On Classics, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
57. Wasted On The Way, Crosby, Stills and Nash
58. Think I'm In Love, Eddie Money
59. Love Is In Control, Donna Summer
60. Personally, Karla Bonoff
61. One Hundred Ways, Quincy Jones
62. Blue Eyes, Elton John
63. Our Lips Are Sealed, Go-Go's
64. You Could Have Been Wih Me, Sheena Easton
65. You Can Do Magic, America
66. Did It In A Minute, Daryl Hall and John Oates
67. I Ran, A Flock Of Seagulls
68. Somebody's Baby, Jackson Browne
69. Oh No, Commodores
70. Take It Away, Paul McCartney
71. It's Gonna Take A Miracle, Deneice Williams
72. Love Will Turn You Around, Kenny Rogers
73. Don't Stop Bellevin', Journey
74. Comin' In And Out Of Your Life, Barbra Streisand
75. Gloria, Laura Branigan
76. Empty Garden, Elton John
77. Yesterday's Songs, Neil Diamond
78. Crimson And Clover, Joan Jett and The Blackhearts
79. Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic, Police
80. Here I Am, Air Supply
81. I Keep Forgettin', Michael Mcdonald
82. Get Down On It, Kool and The Gang
83. Any Day Now, Ronnie Milsap
84. Make A Move On Me, Olivia Newton-John
85. Take My Heart, Kool and The Gang
86. Mirror Mirror, Diana Ross
87. Vacation, Go-Go's
88. (Oh) Pretty Woman, Van Halen
89. Should I Do It, Pointer Sisters
90. Hot In The City, Billy Idol
91. Kids In America, Kim Wilde
92. Man On Your Mind, Little River Band
93. What's Forever For, Michael Murphy
94. Waiting On A Friend, Rolling Stones
95. Do I Do, Stevie Wonder
96. Working For The Weekend, Loverboy
97. Goin' Down, Greg Guidry
98. Arthur's Theme, Christopher Cross
99. Through The Years, Kenny Rogers
100. Edge Of Seventeen, Stevie Nicks

[User Picture]From: supercheesegirl
2005-08-18 02:00 pm (UTC)
There are some good songs on that list! I haven't thought about #44 in ages...
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[User Picture]From: katkt
2005-08-18 02:31 pm (UTC)
I'm in the process of doing this myself. It's fun.

But I just have to say, you both make me feel positively decrepit. I know virtually all the songs on both your lists. As in, remember the original popularity of. And the ones I don't know I'm fairly confident I would recognize and enjoy if I heard them. :-(

And you really should listen to some of these ones that aren't bolded. Numbers 90, 91, 96, and 100 come to mind (I'm too lazy to actually look through the whole list for the best example...)
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[User Picture]From: nchanter
2005-08-18 02:34 pm (UTC)
I just have no idea what they are. Feel free to make me a cd if you think i should listen to them. extra points if you put the john couger songs on and make it a happy 1982 mix. :-P
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[User Picture]From: katkt
2005-08-18 03:11 pm (UTC)
Ooh! A 1982 mix. To go with the 1970 mix I'm going to have to make after doing my own. I think my iTunes bill just went through the roof this month. :-)
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[User Picture]From: sleepyworm
2005-08-19 12:39 am (UTC)
wow, a law-abider! They're rare in these parts.
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[User Picture]From: katkt
2005-08-19 02:57 am (UTC)
What can I say. I've been blessed with a career that overpays. :-)
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[User Picture]From: sleepyworm
2005-08-19 03:04 am (UTC)
I've been blessed with an mp3 player that doesn't like pay-download mp3's. It's hard to argue with my hardware, so looks like it's soulseek again today! But I buy so many cd's I really think I make up for it. :)
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[User Picture]From: katkt
2005-08-20 04:32 pm (UTC)
I have sound editing software that I just found can't edit mp4s, so I'm vexed. But I can convert mp4s to aiffs to mp3s
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[User Picture]From: katkt
2005-08-20 04:44 pm (UTC)
There were some nice songs that iTunes didn't have, but I now have a selection of songs from 1982 for you. And, you know, for me.
They're mostly happy - 1982 was a pretty upbeat year. There are a couple sappy songs because I remembered them so fondly. I'm not sure when the next time I'm going to see you is, though.
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[User Picture]From: woodwardiocom
2005-08-18 02:51 pm (UTC)
you both make me feel positively decrepit.

-Remind me to raise an eyebrow at you any time you complain about your age.
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[User Picture]From: katkt
2005-08-18 03:15 pm (UTC)
Will do. :-)

Although when I use words like, "ancient", "decrepit", or "practically dead", I'm not so much complaining as harkening back to conversations I had my last couple of years in college. When I was ancient and the alums who were hanging around were alternately decrepit or practically dead.
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[User Picture]From: chiefted
2005-08-18 02:53 pm (UTC)

IRT your cut tag

So you are young but there are some great songs on this list.

P.S. Age is only a state of mind. Always thought you were wise
beyond your years.

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[User Picture]From: sleepyworm
2005-08-19 12:40 am (UTC)
*cringes thinking about Jack And Diane*

*almost hurts self trying to get anything else playing to get song out of head*
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