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Matt says ...
Erasure and Gloria Estefan were what I listened to constantly during high school. Class of '95!
08/09/2010 11:06:51 AM CDT
Eileen says ...
Eagles, Hall & Oates, Pink Floyd, Carly Simon, Paul Simon, Steely Dan, Rod Stewart, Genesis....and yes, Beach Boys were a perennial at dances.
08/09/2010 10:58:17 AM CDT
Alyce Morgan says ...
Joni Mitchell and Beatles. Crosby, Still, Nash (and Young).
08/09/2010 10:49:55 AM CDT
Stephanie says ...
Black Crowes reminds me of my first bf
08/09/2010 10:49:11 AM CDT
diana says ...
Bad boys blue!
08/09/2010 10:48:47 AM CDT
Missy says ...
depeche mode, erasure, 10000 maniacs
08/09/2010 10:41:56 AM CDT
Dale says ...
I grew up listening to classical music. Played in the school orchestra. Fondly remember playing Mozart's Eine Kleine Nachtmusik and Symphony # 40, Beethoven's First, Chabrier's Espana, Hanson's "Romantic" Symphony. In jr. hi, orchestra teacher was concertmaster of San Diego Symphony. We played a little piece he had written called "Little Suite Antique." Mr. Kolar told us he thought about calling it "Little Suite Obsolete," but decided not to because someone may agree with that title. In music appreciation class, it was much easier for teacher to ask me to bring in recordings than go to library to find them. I brought in quite a few LPs. Those were the days, my friends!
08/10/2010 10:01:37 AM CDT
Yvette Garcia says ...
The 80's was an awesome year, and I still listen to its music. In High School, I remember listening to Bryan Adam's "Summer of 69"; Nena's "99 Luftballoons"; and Michael Jackson's "Billie Jean". Those were the best years of my life. It's funny to see and hear current movies using the 80's music. It brings back great memories!
08/09/2010 10:35:55 AM CDT
ellen says ...
Boston - their debut, self-titled, album and Journey's 'Escape' - I think we wore them both out!! Now you know how old I am! : )
08/09/2010 10:40:18 AM CDT
Geralyn Fierros says ...
I listened to Led Zepplin, Leon Russell, Rolling Stones & much much more!!
08/09/2010 10:35:18 AM CDT
Kat says ...
Oh my,that takes me back! "Making out" in the rain in a 280z to Juke Box Hero" by Foreigner, Dancing at Prom to "Best of Times" by Styx, or jammin out in the courtyard at lunch to "Back in Black" by ACDC. Okay, I'm officially old.
08/09/2010 10:33:16 AM CDT
wendy hassinger says ...
definitely the Police, John Doe, Men at work, 10,000 maniacs, the cure, the clash, REM and just about anything 80's (graduated in 87)
08/09/2010 10:16:36 AM CDT
Gloria says ...
New Order, Depeche Mode, OMD, Robyn Hitchcock, Book of Love, 10,000 Maniacs, The Smiths :)
08/09/2010 10:15:46 AM CDT
Jeanie Chadwick says ...
During the Upper Merion, JC Smith years, we were mostly listening to Smokey Robinson and The Miracles, The Temptations and The Supremes. Then we flipped, to pop-rock.
08/09/2010 10:14:04 AM CDT
Amanda says ...
I have always had an old soul even though I was born into the tale end of Generation X. The newest stuff I listened to was The Dave Matthews Band. I was more into Joni Mitchell, Simon and Garfunkle, and Ella Fitzgerald
08/09/2010 10:13:51 AM CDT
Longhorn Momma says ...
I TOTALLY listened to The Police in high school and am so excited to hear Sting's new release!! I also listened to "techno rock" like Styx (who was my FAVORITE band of the day) and I can't believe I just admited that fact! :) But I was also very eclectic in my music listening...The Eagles, Simon and Garfunkel, Moody Blues, even 70s country. The only music I could NOT stomach was disco...UGH!! These 3 CDs look AMAZING! I can't believe we're going back to my youth to pay homage to the 70s and 80s. THAT ROCKS!!
08/09/2010 10:13:25 AM CDT
Marsha says ...
I have always loved all kinds of music. I was in highschool in the 70's and I listened to Bach, CCR, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Janis Joplin, Rich Mullins, The Osmond Brothers, Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, The Carpenters, Andre Crouch, etc.
08/09/2010 10:08:38 AM CDT
Azar ATTURA says ...
What music did I listen to in High School? Well, in addition to ALOT of music on WABC and WINS in the Bronx, I listened to DooWop -- "Look in my Eyes" by The Chantals, "Will You Love Me Tomorrow" by the Shirelles, "Sweets for my Sweet" by the Drifters, "My Story" by the Jive Five, "Tonight I fell in Love" the Tokens, "Alley Oop" by the HollyWood Argyles, "Sweet Nuthins" by Brenda Lee, "Tonight" by the Mellow-Kings, and of course - ELVIS!!! Sigh........<:-D
08/09/2010 10:07:43 AM CDT
Amanda says ...
Oh boy. At first I listened to pop music like Backstreet Boys, N'Sync, Christina Aguleria. By my sophomore year I got more into rock/alternative/punk such as Flogging Molly, Alkaline Trio, Metallica, and that sort of thing.
08/09/2010 9:59:29 AM CDT
Annette Aben says ...
Wow, back in the 70's I was diggin Janis Ian, Melanie, Elton John and the Beach Boys (even though they were not totally of the era) still love all their stuff even today!
08/09/2010 9:07:32 AM CDT
Amanda Berisford says ...
New Kids on the Block, Guns and Roses, Madonna, and Jon Bon Jovi!
08/09/2010 9:09:15 AM CDT
Cheryl Nakao says ...
I graduated from high school in the mid 90s. My favorite groups were Toad the Wet Sprocket, Oingo Boingo and REM. I was also a HUGE fan of the Dr. Demento show, and I planned my weekends around making sure I was home to hear it.
08/09/2010 9:09:23 AM CDT
Jill says ...
The BEATLES ! I even got to hear them when they came to Jacksonville in the 60's.
08/09/2010 9:09:34 AM CDT
tammie says ...
back in the early 80's....i was listening to journey, john cougar mellancamp, bon jovi and prince!
08/09/2010 10:31:48 AM CDT
Bernadette says ...
I loved Duran Duran, INXS, The Police, A-ha... basically any band with good-looking boys!
08/09/2010 9:11:03 AM CDT

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