Monday, March 05, 2007

Another music meme

I got this meme from Nicole who got it from Julia. It looked like a lot of fun, so I thought I'd give it a try. But, turns out, Nicole and I turned 18 in the same year (who knew?) So, I did mine a little differently.

The rules are to go to
popculturemadness and click on the decade you turned 18. Then, click on the year you actually turned 18. Paste the songs into your blog. Then, edit them: the ones you liked put in bold type, the ones you didn't like mark through, the ones you were neutral about put in italics, and the ones you don't know leave unedited. (but, I'm putting a question mark beside them like Nicole did)

I clicked on the PopMusic button and clicked on the hits for the year I turned 18 and got a longer list of songs, so that's what I am using. They are listed as the greatest hits of that year.

And, I must preface this by saying: Don't laugh at the songs I liked. Cut me some slack. I was only 18. Also, I haven't looked at the list yet. I probably won't know that many songs and the ones I do know I probably won't like. I was a Led Zeppelin/Jimi Hendrix/Aerosmith/Grateful Dead kind of girl in high school.

Unforgettable - Nat and Natalie Cole
Summertime - DJ Jazzy Jeff and Fresh Prince
(Everything I Do) I Do It For You - Bryan Adams
Gonna Make You Sweat - C + C Music Factory
More Than Words - Extreme
O.P.P. - Naughty By Nature
True Companion - Marc Cohn (??)
Good Vibrations - Marky Mark & The Funky Bunch
Strike It Up - Black Box (??)
Power of Love/Love Power - Luthor Vandross
It's So Hard To Say Goodbye To Yesterday - Boys II Men
Enter Sandman - Metallica
Motownphilly - Boys II Men
Crazy - Seal
God Bless The USA - Lee Greenwood
Unbelievable - EMF
Gypsy Woman (She's Homeless) - Crystal Waters (??)
Lets Talk About Sex - Salt N Pepa
Black or White- Michael Jackson
It Ain't Over Till It's Over - Lenny Kravitz
When A Man Loves A Woman - Michael Bolton
Here We Go - C+C Music Factory (??)
P.A.S.S.I.O.N. - Rythm Syndicate (??)
Star Spangled Banner - Whitney Houston
Coming Out Of The Dark - Gloria Estefan
Wind Of Change - Scorpions (??)
Things That Make You Go Hmmmm... - C+C Music Factory
Emotions - Mariah Carey (??)
I've Been Thinking About You - Londonbeat
She Talks To Angels - Black Crowes
Baby Baby - Amy Grant (??)
Can't Stop This Thing We Started - Bryan Adams (??)
Someday - Mariah Carey (??)
I'll Be There - Escape Club (??)
Something To Talk About - Bonnie Raitt
Joyride - Roxette (??)
Deeper Shade of Soul - Urban Dance Squad (??)
Love Is A Wonderful Thing - Michael Bolton
Silent Lucidity - Queensryche (??)
Set The Night To Music - Roberta Flack and Maxi Preist
Gett Off - Prince & The New Power Generation (??)
Sadness, Part 1 - Enigma (??)
Right Here, Right Now - Jesus Jones
Around The Way Girl - LL Cool J (??)
I Touch Myself - Divinyls
Walking In Memphis - Marc Cohn
Love Will Never Do (Without You) - Janet Jackson (??)
Rico Suave - Gerardo
High Enough - Damn Yankees
Justify My Love - Madonna
I Don't Wanna Cry - Mariah Carey (??)
Blowing Kisses In The Wind - Paula Abdul (??)
Every Heartbeat - Amy Grant
Everybody Plays The Fool - Aaron Neville
I Wanna Sex You Up - Color Me Badd
The Motown Song - Rod Stewart (??)
Miracle - Whitney Houston (??)
Touch Me (All Night Long) - Cathy Dennis (??)
(If There Was) Any Other Way - Celine Dion (??)
Losing My Religion - R.E.M.
Now That We Found Love - Heavy D and The Boys
Where Does My Heart Beat Now - Celine Dion
Round and Round - Tevin Campbell (??)
How To Dance - Bingoboys with Princessa (??)
Kiss Them For Me - Siouxsie & The Banshees (??)
Learning To Fly - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
You Could Be Mine - Guns N' Roses (??)
Don't Treat Me So Bad - Firehouse
Let The Beat Hit 'Em - Lisa Lisa and Cult Jam (??)
Wicked Game - Chris Isaak
Love... Thy Will Be Done - Martika (??)
Do The Bartman - The Simpsons
Shiny Happy People - R.E.M.
Into The Great Wide Open - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers

After reading that list, I know why I listened to classic rock when I was in high school. Do The Bartman and Rico Suave? Music was really bad when I was a senior in high school. Really, really bad.

2 comments:

cass said...

but... but... i LOVED do the bartman. i had the entire simpsons sing the blues album.

in fact, when i was in the 5th grade, we made a music video of "you're damned if you do and you're damned if you don't" in TAG class.

hmm... maybe i shouldn't be publicly admitting this?

Penny said...

Cass,

If I had been in 5th grade when Do the Bartman came out, I may have liked it too.

But, as a senior in high school, not so much.