zippyjet From United States of America, joined Sep 2001, 5601 posts, RR: 12 Posted (3 years 6 months 2 weeks 4 days 14 hours ago) and read 1160 times:
Here's your chance to be the controller. The possibilities are unlimited. This is just another fun thread. Make a playlist of songs you absolutly love and another for songs that you can't stand. Like politics, music can bring out the extremes and outspoken feelings in us. Have fun! I will try to list both playlists by decade to make it easier. It's your choice what you do!
Playlist from Heaven
1950's: Original version of Houndog I believe that was Ruth Brown
Elvis I've Been Stung
Tennesee Earnie Ford 16 Tons
Clovers: Come and Stay Awhile
The Revells Deadman's Stroll
Diamonds: The Stroll
Little Richard The Girl Can't Help It
5 Keys Ling Ting Taw
Impalas: Sorry Ran All The Way Home
Van McCoy as MIxmasters: Your're the One To Blame
Most of you were not even thought of so I'll move forward
Johnny Cash Ring Of Fire
Cliff Richard Move On ?
Shirelles: Met Him On a Sunday both versions. Forgot to ad original 1958 version to 50's list.They redid it in 1966.
The Distants Hold On
Billy Abbot and the Jewels Groovy Baby
Ruby and the Romantics: Our Day Will Come and the flip side
Any Ventures tune
Del Shannon: Little Town Flirt
4 Seasons Walk Like A Man
Any Herman Hermits or Dave Clark Tune
Strawberry Alarm Clock: Incense and Peppermint
Bob Dylan: Lay Lady Lay
Marvin Gaye: STubborn Kind of Fellow (all his stuff was great)
Beatles: Twist and Shout, most of their music
Diana Ross and Supremes: Remove This Doubt
Vanilla Fudge: You Keep Me Hanging On
Chambers Brothers: Time Has Come Today, I Can't Stand It
YVRLTN From Canada, joined Oct 2006, 2720 posts, RR: 0
Reply 3, posted (3 years 6 months 2 weeks 4 days 9 hours ago) and read 1110 times:
Everything Beatles starting with Ive Got A Feeling
Everything Rolling Stones starting with Beast Of Burden
Everything Fleetwood Mac starting with Second Hand News
Everything The Who starting with Baba O'Reilly
Everything Queen starting with Hammer To Fall
Everything Lita Ford
Think that will keep me going for a few days
Everything Lady Gaga
Everything from all the studio puppets in the last 10 years
zippyjet From United States of America, joined Sep 2001, 5601 posts, RR: 12
Reply 5, posted (3 years 6 months 2 weeks 4 days 9 hours ago) and read 1105 times:
Some more "Hatoraide."
Agree with anything Bieber, Leggy Katy Perry, Jessica Simpson, Britney Spears
Quoting Superfly (Reply 4): Playlist?
Who needs a playlist when you can have one of these?
Some more Hatoraide:
Disco Tex and the Sexolettes Get Dancin 1975 (early wave of Disco and this was the worst from this period)
Captain and Tenille: All their s**t
Not sure if it was the Cap and his wife who can't sing or Karen Carpenter: but the remake of Please Mr. Postman could make anyone go postal.
Ringo Starr's version of You're 16
Ringo Starr: No No Song 1975
Paul McCartney: the I love sheep song Silly Love Songs "I Love yewwwwww"
Paper Lace: A wimp name for a group if there ever was: The Night Chicago Died
Ray Stevens: The Streak
Marvin Hamlish: The Sting (overplayed to death in 1974)
Little Jimmy Osmond (anything he bleated)
Frank I'm Gonna put you in cement shoes Sinatra: That's Life and Strangers In The Night (However, My Way, and especially "This Town" were fantastic.
Elton John: Benny and the Jets
Johnny Rivers: Rockin Pnemonia and Boogy Woogy Flu (enough to induce the Swine or Bird Flu)
Anything bette Midler: A cow that could stop a 747. especially Boogy Woogy Bugle Boy of Company D
Bozz Scaggs: Any of his drivel: Lido Shuffle and that other puker hit from 1976
Air Supply: They took up too much precious air.
Buster Poindexter: Hot Hot Hot
CJ MC Call: Convoy
Rick "No talent Dees" Disco Duck
Barbara "Like Buttah" Steisand: Her horrid version of Sweet Inspirations
The Curly Shuffle
Nina: 99 Luft Baloons (WTF)
Barry Gibb: Shadow Dancing
Bobby Mc Pherron: Don't Worry Be Happy ( I remember a news story in Baltimore back in the day where someone shot up a school or library and this teacher who looked like the 80's version of "Precious" led the kiddies to sing off key Don't Worry Be Happy!
The Macarena (need I justify)
Lou Bega: Mambo Number 5
That strange song: Hands Up (a Club Med and New York/New Jersey Staple) Never heard South of the Mason Dixon Line (Thank God)
The Electric Slide
Manama Nap 1969 (made too famous on Benny Hill and Muppets) whovever created this song should be emasculated.
Any Lady Ga Ga and Madonna crap: They may look hot but they are two whacked out Guidettes that should be on Jersey Shore.
BAViscount From United Kingdom, joined Mar 2004, 2338 posts, RR: 3
Reply 6, posted (3 years 6 months 2 weeks 4 days 1 hour ago) and read 1083 times:
Quoting zippyjet (Reply 2): Paper Roses (early 70's forgot the female singer but it sucked)
That would be Marie Osmond.
Quoting zippyjet (Reply 5): Not sure if it was the Cap and his wife who can't sing or Karen Carpenter: but the remake of Please Mr. Postman could make anyone go postal.
The Carpenters did a remake of Please Mr. Postman in what, 1975? Granted it wasn't one of their best, but I dare you to try and find anyone else on the planet who would say that Karen Carpenter couldn't sing!
zippyjet From United States of America, joined Sep 2001, 5601 posts, RR: 12
Reply 8, posted (3 years 6 months 2 weeks 3 days 14 hours ago) and read 1039 times:
Quoting NoUFO (Reply 7): So you were not spared from this crap? Serves you Rednecks right
Yeeha! Have I got a story for you!
Back in 1984 when this was a hit, I worked at a small radio station upstate in Maryland (Have De Grace). If there is a hell this would be one of it's radio stations . I worked one Sunday Afternoon on the AM side. There was an FM station too.
My fellow DJ/announcer Todd was manning the FM. This place still featured reel to reel tape decks circa 1956! Correction, Todd was in the so called production studio. I had to man both stations. All of a sudden at 707 decibels I hear 99 Luftballons. Bad enough but wait! There's more. Todd kept playing this song dozens of times. Oh lovely, this dude has lost it! In the middle of nowhere and I had two stations to run with news etc. I was minutes away from my scheduled local newscast. There was a local story of a serial rapist loose on this small town! Oh my! (serial rapist of farm animals that is)
Bovines and goats were the victims. Also this rapist (s) liked doing dirty deeds done with sheep. So imagine me having to read this breaking story and keep a straight face and have Nina bleating out that song. The locals if they heard this over my critter caper story would think this farm animal molesting perv worked at our station. So, I put on one of the corn honker tunes and went to check up on him. If I had to call for a meat wagon to cart him off to the puzzle house...
I ask him if he was OK. He then said"don't you get the ramifications of this deep song and it's impact on the human psyche?" With that it was news time and I told him to rest well and did the news cow shagger and all. Thank God no one called. I then went into the crapper and lost it laughing sounding like Mutely the asthmatic cartoon doggy.
Figures, I've never met a song from an Osmond that I tolerated. At least Marie has MILF'D out in her middle age post DWTS.
The Carpenters had musical talent. But, Please Mr. Postman was so horrid that it didn't even sound like Karen. White Bread artists are better to leave some of the R&B classics alone. Remember Pat Boon's covers back in the day?
Quoting BAViscount (Reply 6): The Carpenters did a remake of Please Mr. Postman in what, 1975? Granted it wasn't one of their best, but I dare you to try and find anyone else on the planet who would say that Karen Carpenter couldn't sing!
She was the soundtrack to my pre-adolecence. Thanks, dad. It was what he decided we should listen to. That and surf music. Have you heard? Everybody knows the bird is the word. I'll give you a word! Oh, wait... family forum...
I like the song 99 Red Baloons. Both German and English. I really like changing up different songs and heard a really great version of 99 Red Baloons by Goldfinger. Check it out, if you are one of the ones who does not hate that song.
Oh it gets worse.
He made us dance to other songs such as;
Bad Boys Stick Together - Wham!
Let's Hear if For The Boys - Denise Williams
Michael Jackson - Thriller
Karma Chameleon - The Culture Club
Break My Stride - Matthew Wilder
We had to wear leotards too. It was a school of performing arts and everyone had to take classes in other disciplines. I went there for art. Yet I still had to take classes in music, dance, choir and drama.
Come to think of it, it wasn't a gym teacher, it was the dance class in place of P.E. at that school.
Even the art classes was a waste because I wanted to draw and design houses, buildings, airports and subway stations.
Instead I wasted a year drawing baskets of fruits & flowers and force to wear leotards and dance to songs by Wham! and the Culture Club.
Though that experience did encourage me to learn a string instrument (violin and string bass) and today I still play guitar & bass.