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Subj: Re: Should I Stay or Should I Go (80s Music Fun 47)...
Posted: Sat Aug 23, 2014 at 01:15:17 pm EDT (Viewed 86 times)
Reply Subj: Should I Stay or Should I Go (80s Music Fun 47)...
Posted: Sat Aug 23, 2014 at 03:43:16 am EDT (Viewed 127 times)
Quote:I hear that Gernot is flirting with all the nurses at the hospital again this weekend, so I thought I better jump in and play the 80s music for him
Take Me Home Tonight
Gernot actually played this video a few weeks ago.
I usually don't go in for this type of 80's metal, but Alice gets a pass from me. I like this song. I believe there's an R-rated version of this video, too. Alice started the decade with some real experimental new wave music but returned to his metal roots in '86. That was when I saw him live, my first concert.
I Can't Drive 55
This one brings back memories. It's a pretty catchy song, though a bit corny. That's a Kenner Han Solo that Judge Julius Hangman has on his desk.
You Give Love a Bad Name
I've never been a big Bon Jovi fan. I really disliked them as a kid, but I can take them now. It's not bad music.
Hold On Loosely
I've always liked this song. 38 Special is a good band. It's been played a lot over the years, but I still enjoy it.
Got My Mind Set On You
This is a great song. Fun video. It was great that Harrison and McCartney were still having hits in the MTV age.
I remember you played the original version of this song on the B/S/B MB.
Should I Stay or Should I Go
I remember when this song came out. While the Clash were well known at the time, as far as I know, this was the first time that they were being seen on such a large medium. "Rock The Casbah" would go on to the biggest hit from Combat Rock, but I've always prefered this song. Great pick!
Keep Me Hanging On
I don't really like this.
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