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Old 05-01-2014, 02:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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All About My Birthday: What Does My Birthday Say About Me?

This website will tell you a bunch of facts about your birthday, including what the #1 hit was on the day of your birth. So, lets listen to those songs that were popular on those days, and rate them on a scale of 0-10. Also write a brief description of what you think of it.

My birth was October 30th, 1993. The #1 song was Dreamlover by Mariah Carey.



8/10- Mariah Carey has a great singing voice, and the song has that '90s Pop feel to it, which is always good for me.
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Wings - Mull Of Kintyre
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McCartney treading water without Lennon's caustic influence. never any excuse for bagpipes in a pop song either. but he'd conquered the world for 8 years with his genius pop music so who are we to deny him some boring trad folk indulgences. rating 4/10
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Old 05-01-2014, 04:58 PM   #3 (permalink)
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July 4, 1977




Undercover Angel by Alan O'Day. Meh, I'll give it 4/10 - I wouldn't change the channel if it popped on the radio, but it's certainly no Bee Gees.
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June, 1994. "I Swear" by All 4 One
Lordy is this cheesy. That not necessarily a bad thing, but it's definitely the strongest adjective I can come up with to describe it. I don't think those synths allowed it to age very well either. It's not bad, and it's definitely very catchy, but I would not be particularly interested in hearing an entire album from these guys. If I had to put a number, I'd give it a solid 5/10.
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May 11, 1996 - Mariah Carey "Always be my Baby"

4/10, what can I say? I'm not a fan.
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Undercover Angel by Alan O'Day. Meh, I'll give it 4/10 - I wouldn't change the channel if it popped on the radio, but it's certainly no Bee Gees.
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I already know mine is We Didn't Start the Fire, ****ing hate that song

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My birthday #1 song. Not bad.

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Uh oh, you're my age and like Talking Heads? I may have to go single white female on you.



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Wings - Mull Of Kintyre
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McCartney treading water without Lennon's caustic influence. never any excuse for bagpipes in a pop song either. but he'd conquered the world for 8 years with his genius pop music so who are we to deny him some boring trad folk indulgences. rating 4/10
Did they still not have left-handed guitars for Paul in 1977????
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