Discussion in 'General' started by Mudbugclub, 13 Dec 2007.
Eye Of The Tiger - Survivor
*Kneels on one knee, hand on sword*
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Wish You Were Here (Pink Floyd album) album of the week
Sailing - Rod Stewart : single of the week
I think I will go with the album.
Edit: some of you make me feel old....... I remember them songs lol
UK: Move Closer - Phyllis Nelson
USA: One More Night - Phil Collins
AUS: We Are The World - USA For Africa
At least it isn't Bryan ****ing Adams
I find this depressing. I feel so old.
UK: Take My Breath Away - Berlin
US: You Give Love a Bad Name - Bon Jovi
AUS: You're the Voice - John Farnham
Three classy 80's specials there.
I've looked at the birthday No.1 (UK) of every year of my life. First 15 years dominated by gay icons, George Michael and Madonna have 3 or 4 each, Cher, Boyzone and Westlife are all in there too.
UK Rhythm Is A Dancer - Snap
USA End Of The Road - Boyz II Men
AUS Rhythm Is A Dancer - Snap
I think not!
UK - Y.M.C.A - The Village people
Bow before the god of camp!
*Bows (with back to wall)
UK: Amazing Grace - The Pipes & Drums & Military Band of The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards
US: The First Time I Ever Saw Your Face - Roberta Flack
AUS: Without You - Nilsson
Obviously May 4th, 1972 was the nadir of the music world.
I was born 3 days before bigz
(Everything I Do) I Do It For You - Bryan Adams
I was listening to Bryan Adams on the way to work too
I wonder how many people were born during the time that Bryan Adams was at No.1 with that song?
Not exactly an exclusive club.
UK: Matthew's Southern Comfort - Woodstock.
US: The Jackson 5 - I'll be there
Never heard of the UK one.
Little Jimmy osmond-'long haired lover from liverpool' (Christmas number 1)
Lol, I friggin hate that song as well, why couldn't it have been some thing cool like 'Abba'.
Er indeed. This makes me feel old.
UK: Karma Chameleon - Culture Club
US: Total Eclipse Of The Heart - Bonnie Tyler
So much Win.......
Never heard of it? This country is going to the dogs..........
Seriously, obviously heard of Woodstock, but don't remember that song...
I was under one at the time though
UK: Mr Blobby - Mr Blobby (Really...)
US: Janet Jackson - Again
AUS: Bryan Adams - Please Forgive Me
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