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SOTW - A Number One From The Year You Graduated High School

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by BrotherBart, May 16, 2013.

  1. Doing The Dixie Eyed Hustle

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  2. Freeheat

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    I graduated in 1987 but Im looking through some of the top songs from different eras, I was born /graduated in the wrong year I enjoy listining to the late 60s to mid 70s Floyd Zeplin .......

    JIM
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    Yeah we are old and tired. But along the way we invented rock and rhythm and blues. ;lol
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    I don't ever remember them not played back to back segue
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  8. MasterMech

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    At least the hair bands knew more than 3 cords. :p

    Yup, I'm too young to remember the hair bands or the height of grunge first-hand. I graduated high school when Good Charlotte, Blink 182, Weezer, Foo Fighers and the like ruled the airwaves. Or at least that's what I was listening to. ;lol Class of '02. During my senior year I discovered a copy of AC/DC's The Razor's Edge and it was game on from there. Shifted to Aerosmith, Def Leppard, AC/DC (a favorite) and other hard rockers from the 70's/80's heyday.

    This was a big hit then: (I wouldn't subject you to the other songs on the list, early 2000's musical fare was pretty rotten.)

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    Holy shitt MM your making me feel old...
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    Really. I was 54 in '02. Not sure I would have let MM use the car. ::-)
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    Another '88 here.

    This was a glimmer of hope in the days of hair bands.


    I think these guys helped scare away the hair bands.
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    Not a number one with the masses but something I liked.

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    Not only THAT, but we got to see ALL the really good bands play that stuff while they were still in their primes!
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    My turn. Troy High School Class of 70...

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    I was born in '70.
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    Still gives me chills Dax. Still gives me chills.
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    That was a sad, sad day in America. :(
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    I wasn;t there for it, but I agree it was a bad day.
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    Did you see any " old bands" live One of my friends saw Led Zepplin live , I could only imagine
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    Got to a couple of concerts... Saw Led Zep in 73 in Germany, while in the Army. The Who (2x). Stones. 10 Years After. Deep Purple. Tull. Starship. Probably more on the list, but the memory is shot. Pretty sure I had a good time, tho...==c
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    Saw Three Dog Night live, Chicago and later the Stones. But the biggest rush was being backstage for a performance of Jesus Christ Superstar when it was working its way to Broadway. My roommate's brother was the business manager for the roadshow production company, Flying Hero Productions. Still have the pass in a box of mementos.
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    Led Zeppelin, Jethro Tull, Jefferson Airplane, Jerry Lee Lewis, Tower of Power, John Denver, among others.
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    I saw Def Leppard when the drummer still had two arms.
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  24. ScotO

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    one of my favorite "drive down the highway" songs right there, fellas......
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    Bob Seger 2-3 times, Nugent twice,REO Speedwagon,Alice Cooper twice,AeroSmith twice,Kiss,Supertramp and a few more. I did not inhale!

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