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    Your favorite "ear candy" music

    What's your favorite group or album that you listen to just purely for "ear candy".. Doesn't have to have awesome musicains, be popular, or the lyrics don't have to make sense. Something you listen to for pure enjoyment.

    Of course, it doesn't have to be a bad band, but I'm thinking of something that was VERY overplayed in its time, or something that people generally don't list as one of the greatest albums of all times..

    Mine is the Cars "Heartbeat City".. Still love it after hearing it 10000000 times.
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    Re: Your favorite "ear candy" music

    Meat Loaf: Bat Out of Hell
    AC/DC Back in Black
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    I'm pretty sure the box set is given to every 16-year-old boy from a rural area.

    I've grown musically since then, but still smile each time I hear the Loaf.

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    Re: Your favorite "ear candy" music

    i think everytime you rented an apartment in the early '90s, you were given a copy of The Cars' Greatest Hits, as well as Heartbeat City - everyone had those albums.

    my guilty pleasures (along with the cars): Abba, Blondie and the early BeeGees (before that whole disco thing, they were a rather dark group).

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    Re: Your favorite "ear candy" music

    Any Blondie song
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    Re: Your favorite "ear candy" music

    Death Metal.



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    The Cardigans. *shame*
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    Re: Your favorite "ear candy" music

    Quote Originally Posted by LvJ
    Death Metal.



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    Re: Your favorite "ear candy" music

    Cracked Rear Veiw by Hottie and the Blowfish. I will admit that I loved this disc when it came out and still listen to it now on occassion. I will even admit to seeing them in concert and they were really good!
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    Re: Your favorite "ear candy" music

    Currently it is "Almost" by Bowling for Soup

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    Re: Your favorite "ear candy" music

    The Darkness
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    Re: Your favorite "ear candy" music

    Black Eyed Peas.

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    Re: Your favorite "ear candy" music

    Quote Originally Posted by redsfanmia
    Cracked Rear Veiw by Hottie and the Blowfish. I will admit that I loved this disc when it came out and still listen to it now on occassion. I will even admit to seeing them in concert and they were really good!
    Don't feel bad, I've seen them twice.

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    Re: Your favorite "ear candy" music

    While driving in the car the other day, I found myself crooning to the intro of 3 Dog Night's "Just An Old-Fashioned Love Song" in my distinctive dulcet Roy tones.

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    Re: Your favorite "ear candy" music

    Quote Originally Posted by Roy Tucker
    While driving in the car the other day, I found myself crooning to the intro of 3 Dog Night's "Just An Old-Fashioned Love Song" in my distinctive dulcet Roy tones.

    Shoot me now. Please.
    Don't feel too bad - I sometimes find myself singing Carpenters songs in the shower.[/commiseration]
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    Re: Your favorite "ear candy" music

    I actually like most of the songs on Milli Vanilli's album. I know it was a bunch of studio musicians but its got a nice beat and is easy to dance to
    More often than not, when someone is telling me a story all I can think about is that I can't wait for them to finish so that I can tell my own story that's not only better, but also more directly involves me.


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