Since: 12.1.02 From: Indianapolis, IN; now residing in Suffolk, VA
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#62 Posted on 20.3.05 0127.59 Reposted on: 20.3.12 0129.01
Well, there seems to be a huge "Information is not available" gap for the U.S. charts surrounding my birthday (February 23, 1982).
So I looked up the February '82 pop charts, and "Centerfold" by J. Geils Band topped the list for that month. Never heard of 'em. "I Can't Go for that (No Can Do)" by Darryl Hall & John Oates was #2-- awesome. "Sweet Dreams" by Air Supply was #7, which I think is fantastic-- too bad it was the toned-down studio version and not the live version, though.
On my birthday, "A Town Called Malice/Precious" by The Jam was #1 in the U.K.
I had quite a bit of trepidation before I put in my "life's theme song", for my 18th birthday on 2/23/00, just because I know the crappy state of 2000s music. And... yup. "Amazed" by Lonestar? The hell? "Pure Shores" by All Saints in the U.K.
21st birthday-- "All I Can Have" by Jennifer Lopez, dammit. "All The Things She Said" by T.A.T.U. was #1 in the U.K., though-- sweet, Victoria's old "psycho bitch" theme song! If this doesn't prove, right here, that Victoria and I were meant to be, then... well, nothing will. (And that probably doesn't, either.)
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#64 Posted on 20.3.05 1518.10 Reposted on: 20.3.12 1523.44
Originally posted by ekedolphin
Do you guys get together somewhere and say "okay, I'll wait six days until I add a reply so CRZ will have to watch this thread stay open ANOTHER seven days?" 'cause I COULD just close the thread if I WANTED. I COULD.