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   PastimesWhat's The Worst Song You've Ever Heard?


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To: Les H who wrote (50)12/9/2003 7:30:52 PM
From: country bob
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neilrogers.com

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To: country bob who wrote (52)12/10/2003 8:50:20 AM
From: Tech Master
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Didn't Uriah Heep sing "Stealin'"? Reserve the right to be wrong...

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To: Tech Master who wrote (54)12/10/2003 9:59:55 AM
From: country bob
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RIGHT!!!! Now I have to figure out what the Mott The Hoople song was.........

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To: country bob who wrote (55)12/10/2003 11:38:28 AM
From: Tech Master
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hunter-mott.connectfree.co.uk

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To: Tech Master who wrote (56)12/10/2003 1:29:34 PM
From: country bob
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I think the song I'm thinking of is Rebel, Rebel. I had it on an LP that I thought wa Mott The Hoople with David Bowie, but it looks like it was David Bowie with Mott the Hoople. Another feature song from the album was "The Boys Are Back In Town".

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To: country bob who wrote (57)12/11/2003 2:08:39 PM
From: Stan
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My vote is:
Walk Right In by the Rooftop Singers

Ironically, one of the lines is:
"Do you wanna lose your mind?"

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To: Stan who wrote (58)12/11/2003 2:31:41 PM
From: country bob
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That WAS a pretty strange sound they had! They always sounded to me like the last remnants of the beatnik movement. Maynard G. Krebbs revisited.

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To: country bob who wrote (57)12/11/2003 5:12:25 PM
From: Tech Master
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Thin Lizzy released "The Boys Are Back in Town" in 76... same song?

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To: Tech Master who wrote (60)12/11/2003 5:57:22 PM
From: country bob
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TM; Maybe another version, but this was before '76. Another explanation could be that my mind is turning to mashed potatos! I'm still in shock that I completely forgot that "Stealin'" was by Uriah Heep.

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To: Mighty_Mezz who wrote (26)12/13/2003 9:33:30 AM
From: country bob
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Hey, Mezz, I've got that song by The Andrews Sisters w/Danny Kaye. Did Frank have a different cut? Bob

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