Saturday, March 03, 2007

Meme Season

Swiped from Joke.

Go over to popculturemadness.com, click on the decade you turned 18, find the actual year you turned 18, and copy the top songs for that year...pasting them. Then you Bold the ones you liked; strikeout the ones you hated; and italicize the ones about which you were neutral. The ones you've never heard will stay unformatted. I assume this means at the time...not that my tastes have evolved much in the intervening decades.


Faith - George Michael
So Emotional - Whitney Houston
Got My Mind Set on You - George Harrison
The Way You Make Me Feel - Michael Jackson
Need You Tonight - INXS
Could've Been - Tiffany
Seasons Change - Exposé
Father Figure - George Michael
Never Gonna Give You Up - Rick Astley (I know, I know, shut up)
Man In The Mirror - Michael Jackson
Get Outta My Dreams, Get Into My Car - Billy Ocean (I said shut up)
Where Do Broken Hearts Go - Whitney Houston
Wishing Well Terence Trent D'Arby (I have this album. On vinyl. Shut UP!)
Anything For You - Gloria Estefan & Miami Sound Machine
One More Try - George Michael
Together Forever - Rick Astley (Just let it go, ok?)
Foolish Beat - Debbie Gibson
Dirty Diana - Michael Jackson
The Flame - Cheap Trick
Hold On to The Nights - Richard Marx
Roll With It Steve Winwood
Monkey George Michael
Sweet Child O' Mine Guns N' Roses
Don't Worry Be Happy - Bobby McFerrin
Love Bites - Def Leppard
Red Red Wine - UB40
Groovy Kind Of Love - Phil Collins
Kokomo - The Beach Boys
Wild, Wild West - The Escape Club
Bad Medicine - Bon Jovi
Baby, I Love Your Way - Will To Power
Look Away - Chicago
Every Rose Has Its Thorn - Poison

5 comments:

Joke said...

Whoa. And Badger thought 1984 was a bad year.

-J.

Belle said...

Let me guess, '88? I got the same list when I did this a while back.

Love your design!

daysgoby said...

My mother just sent me a bunch of stuff she's had at her house forever (note: Why, if she's had it for YEARS and I've never once mentioned it, would she assume I want it now??) and in the very bottom? A Johnny Hates Jazz cassette tape.
Glurp.

bubandpie said...

One More Try, Sweet Child of Mine...'88 was a great year!

Penny said...

Fun, fun, I'm going to have to do this one.

And, don't be ashamed. I like Terence Trent D'Arby too. He has an awesome voice. I have his album also, not on vinyl, but on cassette tape.