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Top 100 songs of 1978 vs. today. LOL. uh something's broken.

 
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Top 100 songs of 1978 vs. today. LOL. uh something's broken.
1978 had at least 15 incredible songs. Today, 2017, we have none.

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Bee Gees Night Fever

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At least 10 of those songs I started signing as I read that page, lol.
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Just analyze the songs content , titles ,melody, message s and compare that to what we have now


This days are gone. And now we have what we have. Shit It's a reflection of who we are .....
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Just analyze the songs content , titles ,melody, message s and compare that to what we have now


This days are gone. And now we have what we have. Shit It's a reflection of who we are .....
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The kids don't get it and don't understand it How could they ? They know nothing else .......
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Re: Top 100 songs of 1978 vs. today. LOL. uh something's broken.
Yeah, but 1978 wasn't even a great year. Take a look at the list for 1968. It puts '78 to shame with all of the classic rock songs from that year alone.

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Bee Gees Night Fever

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The Bee Gee were incredible musicians - I defy you to find modern group that could sing harmonies as tight as they did or as tight as Queen could.

Plus they wrote their own songs and hits for several other artists.


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Yeah, but 1978 wasn't even a great year. Take a look at the list for 1968. It puts '78 to shame with all of the classic rock songs from that year alone.

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nah. 78 was the absolute peak of rock music, just in my opinion.
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Bee Gees Night Fever

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The Bee Gee were incredible musicians - I defy you to find modern group that could sing harmonies as tight as they did or as tight as Queen could.

Plus they wrote their own songs and hits for several other artists.


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Re: Top 100 songs of 1978 vs. today. LOL. uh something's broken.
1 Andy Gibb Shadow Dancing
2 Bee Gees Night Fever
3 Debby Boone You Light Up My Life
4 Bee Gees Stayin' Alive
5 Exile Kiss You All Over
6 Bee Gees How Deep Is Your Love
7 Player Baby Come Back
8 Andy Gibb (Love Is) Thicker Than Water
9 A Taste Of Honey Boogie Oogie Oogie
10 Commodores Three Times A Lady
11 Frankie Valli Grease
12 Paul Davis I Go Crazy
13 John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John You're The One That I Want
14 Samantha Sang Emotion
15 Eric Clapton Lay Down Sally
16 Rolling Stones Miss You
17 Billy Joel Just The Way You Are
18 Wings With A Little Luck
19 Yvonne Elliman If I Can't Have You
20 Chic Dance, Dance, Dance (Yowsah, Yowsah, Yowsah)
21 Chuck Mangione Feels So Good
22 Nick Gilder Hot Child In The City
23 Sweet Love Is Like Oxygen
24 Bonnie Tyler It's A Heartache
25 Queen We Will Rock You / We Are The Champions
26 Gerry Rafferty Baker Street
27 Barry Manilow Can't Smile Without You
28 Johnny Mathis and Deniece Williams Too Much, Too Little, Too Late
29 Peter Brown Dance With Me
30 Meat Loaf Two Out Of Three Ain't Bad
31 Raydio Jack And Jill
32 ABBA Take A Chance On Me
33 Dan Hill Sometimes When We Touch
34 Donna Summer Last Dance
35 Olivia Newton-John Hopelessly Devoted To You
36 Foreigner Hot Blooded
37 Rod Stewart You're In My Heart
38 Roberta Flack and Donny Hathaway The Closer I Get To You
39 Kansas Dust In The Wind
40 Walter Egan Magnet And Steel
41 Randy Newman Short People
42 O'Jays Use Ta Be My Girl
43 Natalie Cole Our Love
44 Pablo Cruise Love Will Find A Way
45 Andy Gibb An Everlasting Love
46 John Paul Young Love Is In The Air
47 David Gates Goodbye Girl
48 Paul Simon Slip Slidin' Away
49 Heatwave The Groove Line
50 Jay Ferguson Thunder Island
51 Atlanta Rhythm Section Imaginary Lover
52 Bob Seger and The Silver Bullet Band Still The Same
53 Toby Beau My Angel Baby
54 Trammps Disco Inferno
55 George Benson On Broadway
56 Styx Come Sail Away
57 L.T.D. Back In Love Again
58 Player This Time I'm In It For Love
59 Carly Simon You Belong To Me
60 Dolly Parton Here You Come Again
61 Linda Ronstadt Blue Bayou
62 Steely Dan Peg
63 Anne Murray You Needed Me
64 Evelyn "Champagne" King Shame
65 Little River Band Reminiscing
66 Jefferson Starship Count On Me
67 Eddie Money Baby Hold On
68 Shaun Cassidy Hey Deanie
69 John Travolta and Olivia Newton-john Summer Nights
70 Lynyrd Skynyrd What's Your Name
71 Crystal Gayle Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue
72 Patti Smith Because The Night
73 Robert Palmer Every Kinda People
74 Barry Manilow Copacabana
75 Heatwave Always And Forever
76 Rick James You And I
77 Earth, Wind and Fire Serpentine Fire
78 Bob Welch Sentimental Lady
79 LeBlanc and Carr Falling
80 Santa Esmeralda Dont Let Me Be Misunderstood
81 Michael Johnson Bluer Than Blue
82 Jackson Browne Running On Empty
83 Kenny Loggins Whenever I Call You "Friend"
84 Chris Rea Fool (If You Think It's Over)
85 Foxy Get Off
86 Electric Light Orchestra Sweet Talking Woman
87 Joe Walsh Life's Been Good
88 Alicia Bridges I Love The Night Life
89 High Inergy You Can't Turn Me Off (In The Middle Of Turning Me On)
90 Linda Ronstadt It's So Easy
91 Odyssey Native New Yorker
92 Parliament Flashlight
93 Boston Don't Look Back
94 Electric Light Orchestra Turn To Stone
95 Eruption I Can't Stand The Rain
96 Bob Welch Ebony Eyes
97 ABBA The Name Of The Game
98 Rita Coolidge We're All Alone
99 Bob Seger and The Silver Bullet Band Hollywood Nights
100 Steely Dan Deacon Blues








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63 Elle King Ex's and Oh's


The only good thing from 2016.
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The good stuff is in Red.
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There's a lot more there, IMO.

Steely Dan, George Benson, Heatwave, Eric Clapton, Chuck Mangione...more...


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Which one of those songs do you think are so great?
I think they were all bubblegum shit songs.
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I wonder if he parents of the kids of 58/68/78 etc thought their kids' music was crap? You know, back in the day, we had Frank Sinatra.

Just a thought.
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I wonder if he parents of the kids of 58/68/78 etc thought their kids' music was crap? You know, back in the day, we had Frank Sinatra.

Just a thought.
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You know, I think my Grandfather secretly liked Black Sabbath. Never would admit it, but he was never bothered by it, never asked us to turn it down, and always drove us around without complaint and we'd play it in the car.

My Dad was like me...15 years behind. He was 18 in 72 but liked Motown and shit like that. He had some cooler albums but never spun them as far as I could tell. His musical tastes seem to have crestfallen after "House of the Rising Sun"
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At least 10 of those songs I started signing as I read that page, lol.
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Are you gay?
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Op here. David Bowie had a great definition of art. He said that (I'm paraphrasing) we can eat our food off of plain white plates. Or we can eat them off of more interesting looking plates. And thus that defines our culture.
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What kills me about today's music is the fact that almost every "hit" has to have another singer feat. in it.

How did the juhs figure out this makes more money? Must be some underlying devilment going on with this.afro
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No music = no happy citizens
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I'll bite. I highlighted what I think is the good stuff from this list. Not that much, IMHO. And even some of those I marked are just okay. Everyone should do this...

1 Andy Gibb Shadow Dancing
2 Bee Gees Night Fever
3 Debby Boone You Light Up My Life
4 Bee Gees Stayin' Alive
5 Exile Kiss You All Over
6 Bee Gees How Deep Is Your Love
7 Player Baby Come Back
8 Andy Gibb (Love Is) Thicker Than Water
9 A Taste Of Honey Boogie Oogie Oogie
10 Commodores Three Times A Lady
11 Frankie Valli Grease
12 Paul Davis I Go Crazy
13 John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John You're The One That I Want
14 Samantha Sang Emotion
15 Eric Clapton Lay Down Sally
16 Rolling Stones Miss You
17 Billy Joel Just The Way You Are
18 Wings With A Little Luck
19 Yvonne Elliman If I Can't Have You
20 Chic Dance, Dance, Dance (Yowsah, Yowsah, Yowsah)
21 Chuck Mangione Feels So Good
22 Nick Gilder Hot Child In The City
23 Sweet Love Is Like Oxygen
24 Bonnie Tyler It's A Heartache
25 Queen We Will Rock You / We Are The Champions
26 Gerry Rafferty Baker Street
27 Barry Manilow Can't Smile Without You
28 Johnny Mathis and Deniece Williams Too Much, Too Little, Too Late
29 Peter Brown Dance With Me
30 Meat Loaf Two Out Of Three Ain't Bad
31 Raydio Jack And Jill
32 ABBA Take A Chance On Me
33 Dan Hill Sometimes When We Touch
34 Donna Summer Last Dance
35 Olivia Newton-John Hopelessly Devoted To You
36 Foreigner Hot Blooded
37 Rod Stewart You're In My Heart
38 Roberta Flack and Donny Hathaway The Closer I Get To You
39 Kansas Dust In The Wind
40 Walter Egan Magnet And Steel
41 Randy Newman Short People
42 O'Jays Use Ta Be My Girl
43 Natalie Cole Our Love
44 Pablo Cruise Love Will Find A Way
45 Andy Gibb An Everlasting Love
46 John Paul Young Love Is In The Air
47 David Gates Goodbye Girl
48 Paul Simon Slip Slidin' Away
49 Heatwave The Groove Line
50 Jay Ferguson Thunder Island
51 Atlanta Rhythm Section Imaginary Lover
52 Bob Seger and The Silver Bullet Band Still The Same
53 Toby Beau My Angel Baby
54 Trammps Disco Inferno
55 George Benson On Broadway
56 Styx Come Sail Away
57 L.T.D. Back In Love Again
58 Player This Time I'm In It For Love
59 Carly Simon You Belong To Me
60 Dolly Parton Here You Come Again
61 Linda Ronstadt Blue Bayou
62 Steely Dan Peg
63 Anne Murray You Needed Me
64 Evelyn "Champagne" King Shame
65 Little River Band Reminiscing
66 Jefferson Starship Count On Me
67 Eddie Money Baby Hold On
68 Shaun Cassidy Hey Deanie
69 John Travolta and Olivia Newton-john Summer Nights
70 Lynyrd Skynyrd What's Your Name
71 Crystal Gayle Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue
72 Patti Smith Because The Night
73 Robert Palmer Every Kinda People
74 Barry Manilow Copacabana
75 Heatwave Always And Forever
76 Rick James You And I
77 Earth, Wind and Fire Serpentine Fire
78 Bob Welch Sentimental Lady
79 LeBlanc and Carr Falling
80 Santa Esmeralda Dont Let Me Be Misunderstood
81 Michael Johnson Bluer Than Blue
82 Jackson Browne Running On Empty
83 Kenny Loggins Whenever I Call You "Friend"
84 Chris Rea Fool (If You Think It's Over)
85 Foxy Get Off
86 Electric Light Orchestra Sweet Talking Woman
87 Joe Walsh Life's Been Good
88 Alicia Bridges I Love The Night Life
89 High Inergy You Can't Turn Me Off (In The Middle Of Turning Me On)
90 Linda Ronstadt It's So Easy
91 Odyssey Native New Yorker
92 Parliament Flashlight
93 Boston Don't Look Back
94 Electric Light Orchestra Turn To Stone
95 Eruption I Can't Stand The Rain
96 Bob Welch Ebony Eyes
97 ABBA The Name Of The Game
98 Rita Coolidge We're All Alone
99 Bob Seger and The Silver Bullet Band Hollywood Nights
100 Steely Dan Deacon Blues


The good stuff is in Red.
Thru the darkness
of Future Past
the magician longs to see
one chants out
between two worlds
Fire -- walk with me


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87 Joe Walsh Life's Been Good
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mmno

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87 Joe Walsh Life's Been Good
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mmno

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That's a great song.
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That's a great song.
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Yeah, no...it's awful.

It's NASCAR if NASCAR were music.
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That's a great song.
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Yeah, no...it's awful.

It's NASCAR if NASCAR were music.
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I think it helps you appreciate it more if you're a guitar player.
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That's a great song.
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Yeah, no...it's awful.

It's NASCAR if NASCAR were music.
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Fuck off, Jai. His name is Joe Walsh. He is one of the best guitar players in the world. You already stated your opinion (which is a lot like an asshole and stinks) so fuck off. Let others say what they like. You don't have to put down everybody else's choices. I know you like to do that. But, quite frankly, I'm sick of your bully tactics.


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between two worlds
Fire -- walk with me


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That's a great song.
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Yeah, no...it's awful.

It's NASCAR if NASCAR were music.
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I think it helps you appreciate it more if you're a guitar player.
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Guess what...
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That's a great song.
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Yeah, no...it's awful.

It's NASCAR if NASCAR were music.
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I think it helps you appreciate it more if you're a guitar player.
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easily the best song on there. great tongue-in-cheek lyrics about rock star decadence.

"i go to parties, sometimes until 4
it's hard to leave, when you can't find the door

i bought a mansion, forget the price
ain't never been there, they tell me it's nice

i'm making records, my fans they can't wait
they write me letters, tell me i'm great

so i got me an office, gold records on the wall
just leave a message, maybe i'll call

lucky i'm the same after all i've through,
life's been good to me so far"
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That's a great song.
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Yeah, no...it's awful.

It's NASCAR if NASCAR were music.
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Fuck off, Jai. His name is Joe Walsh. He is one of the best guitar players in the world. You already stated your opinion (which is a lot like an asshole and stinks) so fuck off. Let others say what they like. You don't have to put down everybody else's choices. I know you like to do that. But, quite frankly, I'm sick of your bully tactics.


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People who are sick of people's bully tactics are raging faggots :)

Joe Walsh's one good contribution to music is "Take It To the Limit"

Sure he's a fine guitar player that doesn't mean "LBGTM(SF)" is a good song.

Also, he's a cool dude. Love him in every Howard Stern interview I've heard with him. Nevertheless, LBGTM(SF) is ear-rape.

Musical Crime.
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That's a great song.
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Yeah, no...it's awful.

It's NASCAR if NASCAR were music.
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I think it helps you appreciate it more if you're a guitar player.
 Quoting: Grundig

Don't mind him, Grundig. He wouldn't know good taste if it hit him in the face. All he ever posts are Marilyn Monroe memes. Calls other people fags when they don't agree with him. Basically, looks for people to pick on and bully. He's also a fucking Muzzie by his own admittance on a different thread.

I've been pretty drunk in my youth. (Don't drink anymore, Allah doesn't like it after all...)


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So who gives a fuck what HE thinks. Joe Walsh ROCKS! James Gang FOREVER!!!


guitars
Thru the darkness
of Future Past
the magician longs to see
one chants out
between two worlds
Fire -- walk with me


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Don't mind him, Grundig. He wouldn't know good taste if it hit him in the face. All he ever posts are Marilyn Monroe memes. Calls other people fags when they don't agree with him. Basically, looks for people to pick on and bully. He's also a fucking Muzzie by his own admittance on a different thread.

I've been pretty drunk in my youth. (Don't drink anymore, Allah doesn't like it after all...)


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So who gives a fuck what HE thinks. Joe Walsh ROCKS! James Gang FOREVER!!!



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Totally a gay muzzie. That's me.

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Which one of those songs do you think are so great?
I think they were all bubblegum shit songs.
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Yeah that old shit just don't compare to Justin Beiber and Miley huh? Idiot!


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