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    honestly, the worst songs are usually covers. some idiot thinking they can outdo something great. but this one? this is like a generic 80s song
    and they even made it worse. ya see? these are the people i would like to stab repeatedly......

    "Man, you should have seen them kicking Edgar Allan Poe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrmustard615 View Post
    Yeah. Being a big Bowie fan myself, this video pretty much ripped my heart out (Not to mention my lungs, liver, etc)
    I had to cleanse my palate with some Ziggy Stardust after listening to that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dale View Post
    honestly, the worst songs are usually covers. some idiot thinking they can outdo something great.
    And in that light:


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    IMHO old and awful. The song only runs about two minutes though there is a Dick Clark intro at the beginning and some sort of interview at the end.



    Check out this guys jacket.
    I was fighting with temptation but I didn't want to win.
    A man like me don't like to see temptation caving in.
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    And from the eighties file, the egomaniac of Miami Vice fame



    The song is bad enough but the video on top of it? In the immortal words of our fellow member Panc, “YIKES!”
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    Double Play. And in the case it was Sonny that was jealous. This classic came to haunt us first.



    Of course Sonny won the war. While Don Johnson continued on with his arrogant self well past Nash Brides, poor Philip sank into obscurity, rarely to be heard from again.
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    Blade, I'm familiar with Kookie of 77 Sunset Strip Fame. Him and Connie Stevens. That was two for the price of one.
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