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United States United States. DJ since Aug 23, 2008
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Starrshiner gave 3 props on Mar 3 at 6:38 am
Stay19 gave props on Mar 2 at 9:52 am
cyclingroo This was a great song when it was first released. In this unplugged video version, the power of the words is even more evident.
bizzybee gave props on Nov 2 at 5:35 am
cyclingroo Freddie McGregor has been a pivotal influence in the reggae scene. In 1975, he became a Rastafari and his music was never the same.
neggro gave props on Jun 17 at 8:02 pm
cyclingroo Dear Father, forgive me for not proclaiming your sufficiency to everyone I meet. Thank you for reminding me of the privilege of being your servant.
avivajazz gave props on May 16 at 7:26 pm
cyclingroo In 1966, this rocksteady and reggae vocal trio recorded Fattie Fattie. The band released it's latest album (Deep in the Roots) in 2004.
retorta gave props on Mar 2 at 4:22 pm
cyclingroo Alexander Hughes (Judge Dread) was the first white artist to have a reggae hit in Jamaica. He is also known for the most banned songs of all times.

Judge DreadRudy

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retorta gave props on Mar 2 at 4:09 pm
cyclingroo In the 70's, the Selectors emerged as a premier 2 Tone ska revival band from Coventry. I love Desmond Brown on the Hammond organ.
toddtyrtle gave props on Mar 2 at 4:02 pm
cyclingroo Originally release by the Stones in 1978, Bette Midler released her version in 1983. Mick actually performed in Bette's video.
jdurham gave props on Feb 3 at 10:33 pm
Mulher gave props on Nov 28 at 6:24 pm
cyclingroo One of the most commercially successful punk bands ever, Blondie hit the NYC scene in 1974. Atomic was released on their 4th album: Eat to the Beat.


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albertsdad gave props on Nov 17 at 5:37 pm
cyclingroo The epitome of Jake and Elwood can be found in this song.
djwashingtonson gave props on Nov 16 at 3:46 pm
ventryvic gave props on Nov 16 at 3:45 pm
cyclingroo Al's admonition to all the copyright violators among us.
laistirland gave props on Nov 16 at 11:30 am
cyclingroo I will always equate this song to Richard Bach's Jonathan Livingston Seagull. Such an uplifting and inspirational song.

Neil DiamondBe

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bizzybee gave props on Nov 15 at 2:56 am
cyclingroo This was the first single from Heart's "Bad Animals" studio album. It is a cover of Steinberg and Kelly's original (also covered by Celine Dion).


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nancymk gave props on Nov 14 at 6:34 pm
sandraew gave props on Nov 14 at 6:31 pm
cyclingroo Look at me, I'm a winner. It's just as simple as that.
mariocardoso gave props on Nov 14 at 9:40 am
cyclingroo During the U.S. elections, I have arrived at a personal epiphany: whoever wins the election, Jesus is still alright. Indeed, He is incomparable.
codemonkey27 gave 2 props on Nov 2 at 9:36 am
cyclingroo I can't get enough of Less Than Jake's cover of the Eagles classic!
bizzybee gave props on Nov 1 at 8:11 pm
cyclingroo This song was the seventh track off of No Doubt's 1995 Tragic Kingdom album. It is the longest track on the album - and a great song to work out to!

No DoubtClimb

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sandraew gave props on Nov 1 at 5:54 pm
cyclingroo Although thought of as a one-hit wonder in the US, this ska/pop band was a very prolific band in the UK during the late 70's and early 80's.

MadnessOur House

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nobre gave props on Oct 30 at 6:46 am
cyclingroo Darkness falls across the land. The midnight hour is close at hand. Creatures crawl in search of blood To accessorize their black zipper hood
briangreene gave props on Oct 26 at 1:29 pm
leirza gave props on Oct 26 at 1:26 pm
shoreline gave props on Oct 26 at 1:21 pm

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