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Giraffe says ...
I was listening to Sting, The Police, Sting, The Police, Sting, The Police and sometimes Queen and The Cure.
08/09/2010 12:09:53 PM CDT
Dolores says ...
Earth Wind & Fire, Chicago, Eagles, Janis Ian, Phoebe Snow, John Denver (Wow), Linda Ronstadt, Carol King, James Taylor.
08/09/2010 12:11:09 PM CDT
Jenny says ...
Duran Duran, Sting, ABC, Roxy and Wham to name a few. I was so into that new wave British thing.
08/09/2010 12:16:57 PM CDT
Jaya says ...
I didn't even get into music until High School. The songs that instantly jump to mind from those years: * "Bullet with Butterfly Wings" by Smashing Pumpkins * "Smells Like Teen Spirit" by Nirvana * "Come Out and Play" by The Offspring Note: Please exclude me from the contest side. Just answering the question and actively uninterested in physical CDs.
08/09/2010 12:17:15 PM CDT
Susan says ...
This will put me in the "ancient" category! Earth, Wind and Fire, Pink Floyd, Alman Brothers, Boston, Chicago, CCR, Bachman Turner Overdrive, Black Sabbath, Cat Stevens, Cream, Elton John, Led Zeppelin, Billy Joel, Dan Fogelberg, Stones.... a little bit of everything!
08/09/2010 12:18:29 PM CDT
Betsy Buxton says ...
Madonna,Bon Jovi,Run DMC,The Police,Michael Jackson.
08/09/2010 12:20:49 PM CDT
Cyndi says ...
Highschool music I listened to Fleetwood Mac, Elton John,Steely Dan,Chicago,Doobie Brothers, and I could go on and on! These three CD's you all are giving away, sound like they would be Wonderful!!
08/09/2010 12:25:53 PM CDT
Sonjia says ...
Back in HS, I was listening to Weezer, Soundgarden, Toad the Wet Sprocket and Dave Matthews Band. I love this music even now in my 30's. I guess I haven't changed much, but I like to think I'm a bit wiser.
08/09/2010 12:31:32 PM CDT
ingrid says ...
My high school musical taste was eclectic, to say the least. It would most certainly have included John Denver (his ecological message is still timely today..."Rocky Mountain High" among others); Jesse Colin Young ("Ridgetop" and "Songbird" come to mind); James Taylor ("Fire and Rain")amongst others....
08/09/2010 12:33:30 PM CDT
Stephanie says ...
quad city djs with c'mon n ride it (the train) and Los de rio's macarena...
08/09/2010 12:35:11 PM CDT
Cathy Bishop says ...
Todd Rundgren was all the rage, & the first concert I ever saw!
08/09/2010 12:42:35 PM CDT
Stephanie Foster says ...
Sex Pistols - Nevermind the Bullocks Brings me back. :-)
08/09/2010 12:43:21 PM CDT
Natasha says ...
1987-1991 We listened to New Edition, Poison, Janet Jackson, Phil Collins, Bryan Adams, NWA, NKOTB, Madonna, The Gap Band, The SOS Band. Johnny Kemp, Duran Duran, George Michael...and the list goes on and on!
08/09/2010 12:46:16 PM CDT
Cynthia says ...
I loved The Cure, Depeche Mode, Erasure....more electronic sound!!! I graduated 1989!!!!
08/09/2010 12:48:08 PM CDT
Ashley says ...
I graduated high school in 2004, so for the first two years, I was everything Backstreet Boys! (And then for the final two years, I was secretly still listening to them.) Now I'm six months from my wedding and, I have to admit, one or two songs from the Backstreet Boys and Nsync will make it onto my DJ list.
08/09/2010 12:49:17 PM CDT
Kristi says ...
I listened to lots of U2, Boston, INXS and Duran Duran. Go 80's!!
08/09/2010 1:07:22 PM CDT
Dennis Janes says ...
Beattles, Rolling Stones, Cream, Jimmy Handricks, Janis Joplin, CCR, 4 Seasons, Otis Reading and James Brown.
08/09/2010 1:15:50 PM CDT
Chris Coccia says ...
Was subjected to lots of Journey, Rush, Styx, Foreigner et al. However, a guy that worked for my dad introduced me to Zappa and the Mother of Invention. Somehow from there I moved onto DEVO and the Ramones, the Clash and Sex Pistols. I never looked back at top 40 again. The music and the realization that better things exist outside of the norm made me who I am today. I mourn the loss of so many of my musical heroes in the last few years but their influence lives on.
08/09/2010 1:22:04 PM CDT
Andrea Tidwell says ...
Anything 90's R&B! Changing Faces, SWV, Toni Braxton,R Kelly, etc. Of course some hip hop in there too-Notorious B.I.G was one in particular! And of course there was the grunge movement also-I think everyone listened to Nirvana at that time! Loved Green Day also:-) Candlebox, STP were some other favorites as well. Ahhh, memories!
08/09/2010 1:22:38 PM CDT
BethAnn says ...
The Cure and Depeche Mode always remind me of high school and my teenage agnsty ways.
08/09/2010 1:22:50 PM CDT
Leigh S. says ...
I listened to Jane's Addiction, The Clash, The Pixies, Devo, Bad Brains, The Sex Pistols and much, much more!
08/09/2010 1:23:33 PM CDT
diane nestor says ...
Led Zeppelin, The Who, Steely Dan, Santana, Joni Mitchell.
08/09/2010 1:26:35 PM CDT
denise says ...
I was listening to a lot of 70's music, my favourite radio station was Q107!! I love #1 Led Zepplin, #2 Van Halen, #3 Kim Mitchell and many others...
08/09/2010 1:28:31 PM CDT
Erica Scanlon says ...
Steve Miller, Led Zep, Stones, Motown, John Cougar Mellancamp, The Eagles and even The Captain and Tennille!
08/09/2010 1:28:42 PM CDT
Anne says ...
I was listening to Red Hot Chili Peppers, especially their Mother's Milk, Blood Sugar Sex Magik, and Californication albums. I also really loved Tom Petty, The Rolling Stones, and Fleetwood Mac. Other than RCHP I mostly listened to the music that my parents played, which they grew up with in the 1960s and 1970s.
08/09/2010 1:34:07 PM CDT

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