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    Default Gimmee Your Top 10

    Here's the drill gang.

    1) Go to http://www.musicoutfitters.com

    2) Go to the search box and enter the year you graduated from High School

    3) Click on the "Top 100 Songs" from that year.

    4) Post the top 10 here or post your fav's in the top 100.

    Here's my Top 10 - Sick I tell you. Disco was sick.

    1979 Top 10

    1. My Sharona, The Knack
    2. Bad Girls, Donna Summer
    3. Le Freak, Chic
    4. Da Ya Think I'm Sexy, Rod Stewart
    5. Reunited, Peaches and Herb
    6. I Will Survive, Gloria Gaynor
    7. Hot Stuff, Donna Summer
    8. Y.M.C.A., Village People
    9. Ring My Bell, Anita Ward
    10. Sad Eyes, Robert John

    That just ain't right.

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    No Peaches and Herb on my list...
    But because Marky Mark is in the Top #20...
    I refuse to participate.

    And Paula Abdul...not once....but twice...Good Lord who was buying that crap?

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    I love that list...lol
    Here is mine from 1992

    1. Diamonds and Pearls Prince
    2. Come and talk to me Jodeci
    3. Tennesse Arrested Development
    4. Set adrift on Memory Bliss PM Dawn
    5. 2 Legit 2 quit Hammer
    6. Pretty Brown Eyes Mint Condition
    7. Jump Around House of Pain
    8. Jump Kriss Kross
    9. Too Sexy Right Said Fred
    10. Back to tha Hotel N2DEEP
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    Quote Originally Posted by Favpack
    Here's the drill gang.

    1) Go to http://www.musicoutfitters.com

    2) Go to the search box and enter the year you graduated from High School

    3) Click on the "Top 100 Songs" from that year.

    4) Post the top 10 here or post your fav's in the top 100.

    Here's my Top 10 - Sick I tell you. Disco was sick.

    1979 Top 10

    1. My Sharona, The Knack
    2. Bad Girls, Donna Summer
    3. Le Freak, Chic
    4. Da Ya Think I'm Sexy, Rod Stewart
    5. Reunited, Peaches and Herb
    6. I Will Survive, Gloria Gaynor
    7. Hot Stuff, Donna Summer
    8. Y.M.C.A., Village People
    9. Ring My Bell, Anita Ward
    10. Sad Eyes, Robert John

    That just ain't right.
    7 out of 10 were Disco songs...Including...dare I say ...Rod Stewart's timeless classic..."if you want my booty and you think I'm sexy...c'mon booger pick my nose"
    at least that's how we used to sing it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wide-e-wide
    No Peaches and Herb on my list...
    But because Marky Mark is in the Top #20...
    I refuse to participate.

    And Paula Abdul...not once....but twice...Good Lord who was buying that crap?
    Look at mine Wide - Peaches and Herb were like on fire; the Bee Gees; - and Donna Summer...The Village People twice - flat out embarrassing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dada4w
    I love that list...lol
    Here is mine from 1992

    1. Diamonds and Pearls Prince
    2. Come and talk to me Jodeci
    3. Tennesse Arrested Development
    4. Set adrift on Memory Bliss PM Dawn
    5. 2 Legit 2 quit Hammer
    6. Pretty Brown Eyes Mint Condition
    7. Jump Around House of Pain
    8. Jump Kriss Kross
    9. Too Sexy Right Said Fred
    10. Back to tha Hotel N2DEEP
    1970's= Disco clouded the charts
    1990's= Rap clouded the charts

    6 out of 10 on this list were Rap songs.
    Including the theme song of the 1992 Atlanta Falcons ..."2 legit 2 quit"
    And Deion had a Jheri curl in the video.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dada4w
    I love that list...lol
    Here is mine from 1992

    1. Diamonds and Pearls Prince
    2. Come and talk to me Jodeci
    3. Tennesse Arrested Development
    4. Set adrift on Memory Bliss PM Dawn
    5. 2 Legit 2 quit Hammer
    6. Pretty Brown Eyes Mint Condition
    7. Jump Around House of Pain
    8. Jump Kriss Kross
    9. Too Sexy Right Said Fred
    10. Back to tha Hotel N2DEEP
    I'm gettin' old - is that legit' from '92? Hammer and Prince - yes I know the men - but, those other cats are not on my list of references.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wide-e-wide
    7 out of 10 were Disco songs...Including...dare I say ...Rod Stewart's timeless classic..."if you want my booty and you think I'm sexy...c'mon booger pick my nose"
    at least that's how we used to sing it.
    Seriously....I LOVE that list...I'm gonna print it out and put them on Cd....That Rod Steward song was a favorite of mine.
    "We had a great offense. Some people say we were one- dimensional by only running the ball, but if it's not broke, don't fix it, and if they can't stop the run, we're going to run it down your throat." -Adam Taylor, RB Katy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Favpack
    I'm gettin' old - is that legit' from '92? Hammer and Prince - yes I know the men - but, those other cats are not on my list of references.
    Don't worry...most of those one hit wonders are STILL in 92. Atleast Prince had some longevity.
    "We had a great offense. Some people say we were one- dimensional by only running the ball, but if it's not broke, don't fix it, and if they can't stop the run, we're going to run it down your throat." -Adam Taylor, RB Katy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Favpack
    Look at mine Wide - Peaches and Herb were like on fire; the Bee Gees; - and Donna Summer...The Village People twice - flat out embarrassing.

    There were some really good drugs floatin' around in '79 is all I can say.
    Either that ...or everybody was hypnotized by the Disco ball and lava lamps in their bedrooms.

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    Default Re: Gimmee Your Top 10

    well, i didnt graduate yet...you want this years list then?
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    Top 10 of 1992.
    1. End Of The Road, Boyz II Men
    2. Baby Got Back, Sir Mix A-lot
    3. Jump, Kris Kross
    4. Save The Best For Last, Vanessa Williams
    5. Baby-Baby-Baby, TLC
    6. Tears In Heaven, Eric Clapton
    7. My Lovin' (You're Never Gonna Get It), En Vogue
    8. Under The Bridge, Red Hot Chili Peppers
    9. All 4 Love, Color Me Badd
    10. Just Another Day, Jon Secada

    But thats crap. I didnt listen to that crap at all.
    My own Top 5:
    1. Head like a hole, NineInchNails
    2: Terrible Lie, NIN
    3. Ringfinger, NIN
    4. Black Sabbath.
    5. Metallica

    Everything else was just useless noise that was forced on me by a society that never cared.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redneckn
    Everything else was just useless noise that was forced on me by a society that never cared.
    haha i like that ender, great line!
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    where the heck are you supposed to type your graduation year?
    Mighty Owls Class of 2008!

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    My Top 10 from the Class of 1976.

    1. Silly Love Songs, Paul McCartney and Wings
    2. Don't Go Breaking My Heart, Elton John and Kiki Dee
    3. Disco Lady, Johnnie Taylor
    4. December, 1963 (Oh, What A Night), Four Seasons
    5. Play That Funky Music, Wild Cherry
    6. Kiss And Say Goodbye, Manhattans
    7. Love Machine (Part 1), The Miracles
    8. 50 Ways To Leave Your Lover, Paul Simon
    9. Love Is Alive, Gary Wright
    10. A Fifth Of Beethoven, Walter Murphy and The Big Apple Band


    Some highlights of the Top 100:

    18. Bohemian Rhapsody, Queen
    85. Slow Ride, Foghat

    Most Rock acts were in the bottom 50, including,

    2 Frampton songs, Jefferson Starship, Aerosmith, The Who, Steve Miller Band, and a couple of Beatles re-releases.

    However, we did have at #97 Disco Duck, by Rick Dees, to provide a lowlight to the list.

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    The Top Ten from 1981:

    1. Bette Davis Eyes, Kim Carnes
    2. Endless Love, Diana Ross and Lionel Richie
    3. Lady, Kenny Rogers
    4. (Just Like) Starting Over, John Lennon
    5. Jessie's Girl, Rick Springfield
    6. Celebration, Kool and The Gang
    7. Kiss On My List, Daryl Hall and John Oates
    8. I Love A Rainy Night, Eddie Rabbitt
    9. 9 To 5, Dolly Parton
    10. Keep On Loving You, REO Speedwagon


    I liked most of those. Kim Carnes' raspy voice was pretty cool!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoOwls4X56636499
    My Top 10 from the Class of 1976.

    1. Silly Love Songs, Paul McCartney and Wings
    2. Don't Go Breaking My Heart, Elton John and Kiki Dee
    3. Disco Lady, Johnnie Taylor
    4. December, 1963 (Oh, What A Night), Four Seasons
    5. Play That Funky Music, Wild Cherry
    6. Kiss And Say Goodbye, Manhattans
    7. Love Machine (Part 1), The Miracles
    8. 50 Ways To Leave Your Lover, Paul Simon
    9. Love Is Alive, Gary Wright
    10. A Fifth Of Beethoven, Walter Murphy and The Big Apple Band


    Some highlights of the Top 100:

    18. Bohemian Rhapsody, Queen
    85. Slow Ride, Foghat

    Most Rock acts were in the bottom 50, including,

    2 Frampton songs, Jefferson Starship, Aerosmith, The Who, Steve Miller Band, and a couple of Beatles re-releases.

    However, we did have at #97 Disco Duck, by Rick Dees, to provide a lowlight to the list.
    Pretty solid top 10 overall though. well...other than Disco Lady.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wide-e-wide
    1970's= Disco clouded the charts
    1990's= Rap clouded the charts

    6 out of 10 on this list were Rap songs.
    Including the theme song of the 1992 Atlanta Falcons ..."2 legit 2 quit"
    And Deion had a Jheri curl in the video.
    That leaves the 80's which were great. I'm so glad I graduated in 1989!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cougardude
    The Top Ten from 1981:

    1. Bette Davis Eyes, Kim Carnes
    2. Endless Love, Diana Ross and Lionel Richie
    3. Lady, Kenny Rogers
    4. (Just Like) Starting Over, John Lennon
    5. Jessie's Girl, Rick Springfield
    6. Celebration, Kool and The Gang
    7. Kiss On My List, Daryl Hall and John Oates
    8. I Love A Rainy Night, Eddie Rabbitt
    9. 9 To 5, Dolly Parton
    10. Keep On Loving You, REO Speedwagon


    I liked most of those. Kim Carnes' raspy voice was pretty cool!
    Those are some good songs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Redneckn
    Top 10 of 1992.
    1. End Of The Road, Boyz II Men
    2. Baby Got Back, Sir Mix A-lot
    3. Jump, Kris Kross
    4. Save The Best For Last, Vanessa Williams
    5. Baby-Baby-Baby, TLC
    6. Tears In Heaven, Eric Clapton
    7. My Lovin' (You're Never Gonna Get It), En Vogue
    8. Under The Bridge, Red Hot Chili Peppers
    9. All 4 Love, Color Me Badd
    10. Just Another Day, Jon Secada

    But thats crap. I didnt listen to that crap at all.
    My own Top 5:
    1. Head like a hole, NineInchNails
    2: Terrible Lie, NIN
    3. Ringfinger, NIN
    4. Black Sabbath.
    5. Metallica

    Everything else was just useless noise that was forced on me by a society that never cared.
    I thought you had a hole in your head!

    Oh, your list. I liked some of the top 10 and hated others. I didn't care for Awful One. I liked John Micheal Montgomery better. Those cats just copied everybody else's songs. Secada and Vanessa were good. Kriss Kross was stupid, but I still say their phrase sometimes. I like Boys II Men. Mix-A-Lot's song was OK. En Vogue looked GOOD in their video. I always said Clapton wasn't going to heaven, anyway!

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