Sunday, March 04, 2007

Eighteen Musical Meme

This one comes from Julia!

Here's what you're supposed to do: Go over to popculturemadness.com, click on the decade you turned 18, find the actual year you turned 18, and copy the top songs for that year...pasting them. Then you Bold the ones you liked; strikeout the ones you hated; and italicize the ones about which you were neutral. The ones you've never heard will stay unformatted. I assume this means at the time...not that my tastes have evolved much in the intervening

Here's what I did, since I'm blogger challenged. The ones I liked are bolded, the ones I hated are in italics, the ones I was neutral about are not formatted, and the ones I didn't know at all have question marks next to them.

It would appear I hated most of the music out there the year I turned eighteen.


Because I Love You (The Postman Song) - Stevie B

Justify My Love - Madonna
Love Will Never Do (Without You) - Janet Jackson
The First Time - Surface - ??
Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now) - C&C Music Factory featuring Freedom Williams I can't believe I'm admitting that.
All the Man That I Need - Whitney Houston
Someday - Mariah Carey
One More Try - Timmy T.
Coming out of the Dark - Gloria Estefan
I've Been Thinking About You - Londonbeat
You're in Love - Wilson Phillips
Baby Baby - Amy Grant
Joyride - Roxette
(The Kissing Game) - Hi-Five
I Don't Wanna Cry - Mariah Carey
More Than Words - Extreme
Rush, Rush - Paula Abdul
Unbelievable - EMF
(Everything I Do) I Do It for You - Bryan Adams
The Promise of a New Day - Paula Abdul
I Adore Mi Amor - Color Me Badd
Good Vibrations - Marky Mark & the Funky Bunch featuring Loleatta Holloway
Emotions - Mariah Carey
Romantic - Karyn White - ??
Cream - Prince & the New Power Generation
When a Man Loves a Woman - Michael Bolton
Set Adrift on Memory Bliss - PM Dawn - ??
Black Or White - Michael Jackson

3 comments:

Hannah said...

Wow, I'm surprised about my results...I know all of them, and I actually liked more than one. Hooray!

Except Creed. Creed can die. Oh, they broke up? Yay!!

I think our major difference is our age...but whatever. Age doesn't matter.

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Shannon said...

Nicole, how was the housewarming party? I wish I could've made it :(