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Re: Ricky

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mellow weasel wrote:
Muldernscully wrote:Huh? How is an 80s song older than 60s songs you listen to? I am confused.
He listened to them in 80s, so they were 20 years old. Read his post again more carefully ;)
Ah, I get it now. Well, I'm still in denial that 80s songs are "oldies" songs.

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Oldies generally refers to 20 years and older, so anything 1994 and back is oldies. Although my local seems to wait until the decade is over 20 years. The 70s didn't hit there until the very late 90s and 80s have only been around there for about 5 or 6 years
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A while back, someone in charge of naming radio formats came up with a new classification called "Alternative Gold" to cover the genre of Post-Nirvana "classic" rock.
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This is one of those songs that took a bit to grow on me. Initially when I first heard it I thought it was "ehhhh" but I mind it less. I love Tress Macneille in this song!
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She's the main reason I tend to skip it. I very rarely skip songs on albums.
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