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#21 Posted on 5.8.03 1120.45
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I, um....er...think Rick Astley friggin ROCKS.
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#22 Posted on 5.8.03 1248.31
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    Originally posted by jfkfc
    I, um....er...think Rick Astley friggin ROCKS.


Tell me you didn't say that...



Of course, I'll cop to Paula Abdul, Christina, Brit, Clarkson, some of the funkier Timberlake stuff, etc.
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#23 Posted on 5.8.03 1358.04
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    Originally posted by jfkfc
    I, um....er...think Rick Astley friggin ROCKS.


Well, of course. He's a little whiiiite guy, with a big ol' blaaaack voice...
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#24 Posted on 5.8.03 1427.17
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JC Chasez - Blowin' Me Up (With Her Love)

*cries*
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#25 Posted on 5.8.03 2049.34
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    Originally posted by Broncolanche
    JC Chasez - Blowin' Me Up (With Her Love)


There is no shame in that. That song RULES. Also the video with the spastic robot dancing.
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#26 Posted on 5.8.03 2108.56
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    Originally posted by bitchfactor
    There is no shame in that. That song RULES. Also the video with the spastic robot dancing.


I guess the "shame" stems from him being in 'N Sync, but yes, the song does indeed rule. Gets me really goin' during a workout.
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#27 Posted on 5.8.03 2350.30
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Those I don't feel that guilty about....
Spice Girls
New Order
Duran Duran
anything Vanilla Ice

The thing that I do.....
LFO's song "Summer Girls"

OK I'll go hide now.
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#28 Posted on 6.8.03 0018.57
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Put me in the "Rock Your Body" camp. It reminds me of the Jackson 5, and that's not a bad thing, that's a good thing!

Other than that, I catch A LOT of flak from my buddies for being absolutely in love with "Just the Way You Are" by Billy Joel. I got made fun of for that FOREVER one night by two guys who then went on to discuss their undying love of Styx--STYX!!!!!!!!!!! One of my least favorite (and therefore most despised) bands of all time!
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#29 Posted on 6.8.03 0141.22
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    Originally posted by Chico Santana
    LFO's song "Summer Girls"


NEW KIDS ON THE BLOCK HAD A BUNCH OF HITS
CHINESE FOOD MAKES ME SICK
something something blah-blee-blah-doo
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#30 Posted on 6.8.03 0320.59
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    Originally posted by Chico Santana
    Those I don't feel that guilty about....
    Spice Girls
    New Order
    Duran Duran
    anything Vanilla Ice

    The thing that I do.....
    LFO's song "Summer Girls"

    OK I'll go hide now.



Hey, Chico! there is NOTHING wrong with enjoying New Order.

And Duran Duran put out some pretty damn good stuff aroung their pop crap, like "Careless Memories"...and a lot of their last few releases were very good....
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#31 Posted on 6.8.03 1418.40
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    Originally posted by Chico Santana
    Those I don't feel that guilty about....
    New Order



New Order is one of the best bands of all time. There is no guilty whatsoever with that pleasure. No sir.
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#32 Posted on 6.8.03 1454.59
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I don't usually feel guilty about any music I like. I'm a big Heavy Metal fan and this morning I listened to Yanni for the first time. It wasn't that bad.
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#33 Posted on 6.8.03 1559.42
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    Originally posted by Whitebacon
    Of course, I'll cop to Paula Abdul, Christina, Brit, Clarkson, some of the funkier Timberlake stuff, etc.
Then of course, you have no place to say a word about my homey Rick Astley.
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#34 Posted on 6.8.03 1615.31
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    Originally posted by jfkfc

      Originally posted by Whitebacon
      Of course, I'll cop to Paula Abdul, Christina, Brit, Clarkson, some of the funkier Timberlake stuff, etc.
    Then of course, you have no place to say a word about my homey Rick Astley.


I wouldn't say that he rocks, but honestly, I've been forced to listen to worse. His CD is a favorite of my Mom when she's doing things around the house. It is pretty catchy.

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#35 Posted on 6.8.03 2239.25
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I really liked N*SYNC, and tried desperately not to like Justin on his own, but he sucked me in completely. Although I'm not that ashamed to admit my love for J.T.'s music.
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#36 Posted on 7.8.03 1619.43
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Enjoy Michelle Branch, NSync, and parts of Justin's album.

It's true.
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#37 Posted on 7.8.03 1948.51
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Her old school fans aren't "supposed" to like it, but Liz Phair's new album is IMO GREAT! I really like Lauren Christy (of the prod team Matrix, who did Avril's album as well as Liz's latest)I have 2 of her albums.
I love Michelle Branch.
I'm going to San Diego to see my favorite band ever, the Go-Go's on Sunday.
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#38 Posted on 8.8.03 0110.04
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I don't feel guilty about it but I do get shit on for liking The Monkees. The songs were solid, the show was hilarious and Head was a Kaufman-like mindfuck. From the bizarre radio commercials for it that never said it was movie to its title allegedly being chosen so the film makers' next project could be billed as "From the directors who gave you Head" it was pure brilliance. From the 60s equivilant of the Backstreet Boys, no less. And the film makers's next project? Easy Rider!! Yes, Jack "Fucking" Nicholson forged his career with The Monkees. He's even on the soundtrack reissue.
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#39 Posted on 8.8.03 1737.02
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Two words: Culture Club.
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#40 Posted on 9.8.03 0122.56
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Well, with all this Michelle Branch love, I don't feel so bad...

Actually, I do like alot of MTV/VH1 pop (Jewel, Britney, Christina, etc.). I liked Justin's "Cry Me a River".

I'll listen to anything more than once, and most anything more than twice.
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