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So many fish-eye lenses.
Hint: Someone’s funky bunch is involved.
Part two in a two-part investigation into the ubiquitous compilation series’ biggest misfires.
Part one in an ongoing investigation into the ubiquitous compilation series.
Whatever. These all hit No. 1 in our world.
Yes, the Howard Stern’s Private Parts soundtrack was a No. 1 album.
Dave Holmes explores the dizzying terrain of just seven days ago.
You’ll have what Martika’s having.
"And here’s Diana Ross wearing a glittering fuchsia catsuit in her 1983 Central Park concert."
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Which of these top 100 songs from January 28, 1984, deserves more respect? Judge Dave Holmes presides over the case.
This is what we were listening to 16 years ago, when that other Godzilla movie was released.
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To cap off any lingering HIMYM nostalgia.
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