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1 18th March 03:01
dan
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My top 100 tracks of 1976:
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1. Nick Lowe, "Heart of the City"
2. Thin Lizzy, "Jailbreak"
3. Diana Ross, "Love Hangover"
4. The Damned, "New Rose"
5. Brick, "Dazz"
6. Thelma Houston, "Don't Leave Me This Way"
7. The Ramones, "Judy is a Punk"
8. Sweeney Todd, "Roxy Roller"
9. Rose Royce, "I Wanna Get Next to You"
10. ABBA, "Knowing Me, Knowing You"
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11. Led Zeppelin, "Achilles Last Stand"
12. Elvis Presley, "Hurt"
13. Bob Marley and the Wailers, "No Woman, No Cry" (live)
14. Elvin Bishop, "Fooled Around and Fell in Love" (45 version)
15. Bob Dylan, "Maggie's Farm" (live)
16. 10cc, "The Things We Do For Love"
17. The *** Pistols, "Anarchy in the UK"
18. Peter Frampton, "Shine On" (live)
19. The Modern Lovers, "Road Runner"
20. War, "Summer"
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21. Stevie Wonder, "I Wish"
22. Maxine Nightingale, "Right Back Where We Started From"
23. Todd Rundgren, "Black and White"
24. The Cate Bros., "Union Man"
25. Thin Lizzy, "Cowboy Song"
26. The Ramones, "I Don't Wanna Walk Around With You"
27. ABBA, "Dancing Queen"
28. Blue Oyster Cult, "(Don't Fear) the Reaper"
29. Dorothy Moore, "Misty Blue"
30. Bob Dylan, "Seven Days" (live, rel. 1991)
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31. The Rutles, "I Must Be in Love"
32. Nick Lowe, "So It Goes"
33. Kansas, "Carry on Wayward Son" (45 version)
34. Boz Scaggs, "Lowdown"
35. Billy Ocean, "Love Really Hurts Without You"
36. George Harrison, "This Song"
37. Eddie Rabbit, "Two Dollars in the Jukebox"
38. The Eagles, "Victim of Love"
39. Steve Miller Band, "Wild Mountain Honey"
40. The Brothers Johnson, "I'll be Good to You"
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41. Graham Parker and the Rumour, "White Honey"
42. Heart, "Magic Man"
43. Henry Gross, "Shannon"
44. Marvin ***e, "I Want You"
45. Stevie Wonder, "Ordinary Pain"
46. The Rolling Stones, "Hand of Fate"
47. Peter Frampton, "Do You Feel Like We Do" (live) (45 version)
48. Stevie Wonder, "Sir Duke"
49. The Ramones, "Blitzkrieg Bop"
50. Atlanta Rhythm Section, "So Into You"
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51. Starbuck, "Moonlight Feels Right"
52. Led Zeppelin, "Nobody's Fault But Mine"
53. The Eagles, "New Kid in Town"
54. David Bowie, "Wild is the Wind"
55. ZZ Top, "Asleep in the Desert"
56. The Damned, "Help!"
57. Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, "Breakdown"
58. Bob Dylan, "Hurricane" (LP version)
59. Thin Lizzy, "The Boys are Back in Town"
60. ****ey Lee, "9,999,999 Tears"
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61. Johnny Cash and the Tennessee Three, "One Piece at a Time"
62. The *** Pistols, "Problems" (alternate, rel. 1988)
63. Leo Kottke, "Pamela Brown"
64. Earth, Wind and Fire, "Getaway"
65. Bob Dylan, "Shelter From the Storm" (live)
66. Warren Zevon, "Carmelita"
67. Stevie Wonder, "Pastime Paradise"
68. Queen, "Somebody to Love"
69. Bob Marley and the Wailers, "Them Belly Full" (live)
70. Electric Light Orchestra, "Tightrope"
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71. Al Stewart, "Year of the Cat"
72. Paul McCartney (dba Wings), "Beware My Love"
73. Led Zeppelin, "Celebration Day" (live)
74. Parliament, "Tear the Roof off the ****er" (LP version)
75. Aerosmith, "Last Child"
76. The Ramones, "I Don't Wanna Go Down to the Ba*****t"
77. Steely Dan, "The Caves of Altimira"
78. ABBA, "Fernando"
79. Boston, "More Than a Feeling"
80. George Harrison, "Dear One"
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81. Funkadelic, "Cosmic Slop"
82. Don Williams, "Til the Rivers All Run Dry"
83. Blondie, "In the Flesh"
84. Dr. Buzzard's Original "Savannah" Band, "Whispering/Cherchez La
Femme/C'est si Bon"
85. The Doobie Brothers, "It Keeps You Runnin'"
86. The Stills-Young Band, "Long May You Run"
87. Cheech and Chong, "Framed"
88. Elvis Presley, "Moody Blue"
89. The Modern Lovers, "Old World"
90. Earth, Wind and Fire, "Can't Hide Love"
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91. The Rolling Stones, "Melody"
92. Leon and Mary Russell, "Rainbow in Your Eyes"
93. Paul McCartney (dba Wings), "Richard Cory" (live)
94. Bob Dylan, "One Too Many Mornings" (live)
95. Boz Scaggs, "Lido Shuffle"
96. Jefferson Starship, "With Your Love"
97. Bob Dylan, "Oh, Sister"
98. Elvis Presley, "Blue Hawaii" (live)
99. Electric Light Orchestra, "Do Ya"
100. Jack Nitzche, "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest"
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And while we're at it, my top 40 tracks of 1986:
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1. Jesse Johnson, "Baby Let's Kiss" (12-inch single version)
2. Prince and the Revolution, "Mountains" (12-inch single version)
3. Crowded House, "Don't Dream it's Over"
4. The Golden Palominos, "I've Been the One"
5. The Smithereens, "Blood and Roses"
6. The Ge****a Satellites, "Battleship Chains"
7. Neil Young, "I Got a Problem"
8. Prince and the Revolution, "Love or Money"
9. XTC, "Season Cycle"
10. Run-D.M.C., "It's Tricky"
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11. Elvis Costello, "Blue Chair"
12. The Beastie Boys, "It's the New Style"
13. Bruce Springs**** and the E Street Band, "Johnny 99" (live)
14. Peter Gabriel, "Sledgehammer"
15. Elvis Costello, "Suit of Lights"
16. Janet Jackson, "What Have You Done For Me Lately"
17. Lou Gramm, "Midnight Blue"
18. Elvis Costello, "I Hope You're Happy Now"
19. Oran "Juice" Jones, "The Rain"
20. R.E.M., "Fall on Me"
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21. Bon Jovi, "Livin' on a Prayer"
22. David + David, "Welcome to the Boomtown"
23. The Blow Monkeys, "Digging Your Scene"
24. The Human League, "Human"
25. The Beastie Boys, "Hold it Now, Hit it"
26. Pete Townshend, "Save it For Later" (live)
27. Elvis Costello, "Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood" (live)
28. Peter Gabriel, "Big Time"
29. Prince and the Revolution, "New Position"
30. Boston, "We're Ready"
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31. Daryl Hall, "Dreamtime"
32. Billy Idol, "To Be a Lover"
33. Madonna, "Live to Tell"
34. Janet Jackson, "Control"
35. John Eddie, "Jungle Boy"
36. Prince and the Revolution, "Anotherloverholeinyohead"
37. XTC, "1000 Umbrellas"
38. Jesse Johnson featuring Sly Stone, "Crazay"
39. Bruce Springs**** and the E Street Band, "Cover Me" (live)
40. Pretenders, "My Baby"
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And just for fun, my top 20 tracks of 1996:
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1. Tracy Bonham, "The One"
2. Supergrass, "Melanie Davies"
3. Lush, "Ladykillers"
4. Pearl Jam, "Leaving Here"
5. Luscious Jackson, "***** Eye"
6. The Cardigans, "Lovefool"
7. Tupac with Dr. Dre and Roger Troutman, "California Love"
8. Space, "Female of the Species"
9. Nick Cave with Polly Harvey, "Henry Lee"
10. Son Volt, "Looking at the World Through a Windshield"
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11. DJ Shadow, "Midnight in a Perfect World"
12. Spice Girls, "Say You'll Be There"
13. Matthew Sweet, "Sick of Myself"
14. Aimee Mann, "That's Just What You Are"
15. Green Day, "Brain Stew"
16. Blackstreet featuring Dr. Dre, "No Diggity"
17. Stone Temple Pilots, "Big Bang Baby"
18. Bis, "Kandy Pop"
19. The Rutles, "We've Arrived (and to Prove it We're Here)"
20. Soul Coughing "Soundtrack to Mary"
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2 18th March 03:02
savoybg
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You like this, but didn't list "Love To Love You Baby" in 1975?

Good 60s Motown sound.


It's nice to see someone in this group who liked the rock and punk, but alos
was well aware of the soul and funk records.


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3 18th March 03:02
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It's there. I'm pretty fond of them both.
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4 19th March 00:04
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Must have missed it, sorry.


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5 19th March 00:05
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Your list is the first list I've ever seen where ABBA, Led Zeppelin,
Thelma Houston, War, and the Ramones are in the SAME sentence ;-)

I hope it's a sign that we are finally "growing up" :-)

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6 19th March 00:05
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Not to mention a strong affinity for latter day Elvis Presley records.


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7 19th March 20:52
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Should be numero uno. : )

Do you not like the guitar solo ?

Love this song !!!!!

A guilty pleasure.

Love that slide guitar.

Fantastic choice ! Always overlooked by critics and the band too. They never
play it live.

I'd go with "The Last Resort".

Whatta voice.

"NOBODY'S FAULT" !

Top 10 material in my book.


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8 19th March 20:53
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What are you basing "1976" on? The album release date? I associate both of
these much more with 1977.
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9 20th March 18:19
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Both are from "Arrival," which came out in '76.
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