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Pat Benatar
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When she came out with the "Get Nervous" album. Only the title track (aka "Anxiety") was any good, and that was more like a novelty song than a traditional Pat Benatar rocker. That album was bad,... ... (read more)
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Green Day
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Green Day is punk like Budweiser is beer. (Which is to say, there's a superficial resemblance to the real thing, but the product is kind of thin and flavorless.) ... (read more)
3
N Sync
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All I need is the name of this group to be reminded as to why I often find myself more interested in music recorded before 1998. ... (read more)
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Sinead O'Conner
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PYLrulz, Good point. The picture rip DID seem a rather childish and petulant act that took away from being able to focus on her actual talent. Sad to say, I actually think she DOES have a good v... ... (read more)
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Creedence Clearwater Revival
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CCR is, was and ever will be awesome! ... (read more)
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lonely Island
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Mahogany Rush, Frank Marino And
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Weird Al Yankovic
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Parker, I recall that 'Hey Ricky!' vid! It was awesome and a good tribute that Lucy herself loved. What Desi's opinion was of it, I've never heard, though. Overall, Weird Al's never boned- if for... ... (read more)
9
Dixie Chicks
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I'm not really bothered by what Natalie Maines said or where she said it (mainly because I've heard much worse from other musicians), but more on how it feels like they never seemed to move on from... ... (read more)
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Neil Sedaka
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In the 60s and 70s, Neil was one of the great songwriters from the Brill Building in New York(Breaking Up Is Hard To Do, Happy Birthday Sweet 16, Love Will Keep Us Together, Working On A Groovy Thi... ... (read more)
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MC Hammer
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Hammer was a bad man on the stage. His rapping abilities were not so hot, but an entertainer he definitely was. ... (read more)
12
Dave Matthews Band
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I love most early to mid 90's bands, but this is one that I never could get into. Socially conscious REM wannabees ... (read more)
13
Gary Glitter
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Them Crooked Vultures
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What...don't you be talkin' bout my man Josh Homme. The guy is a powerhouse. You need to go listen to some Kyuss friend. ... (read more)
15
RATT
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Pearcy's back? They could get Milton Berle to come back from the grave to appear in their new video.....AND THEY'D STILL SUCK! ... (read more)
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Dru Hill
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Haircut One Hundred
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All too common story in the 1980s. New wave band makes one album that's pretty good. They find success with it. Then their egocentric tool of a lead singer (Nick Heyward in this case) decides he... ... (read more)
18
Pink Floyd
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Another difference between The Wall and The Final Cut, is Rick Wright. Even though he was already fired from the band, he played on The Wall and the ensuing tour as a session player (and actually ... ... (read more)
19
Hanson
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Mmmhops? Oh...my...God. ... (read more)
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Duran Duran
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4
ARCADIA! That was the name of the other side project. They bit! ... (read more)

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