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The 2000s
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Advice Songs
Annoying Singers
Baby Baby Baby Baby
Bad Songs By Great Artists
Banned Songs - 911
Band Names - Places & Things
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Best Selling Albums
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Cheating Songs
(All-Time)
Cheating Songs
(Modern)
Christmas Songs
Countdown Songs!
Conception Songs!
Country/Pop Songs
Crazy Songs
Cruising Songs
Dance
Line Dances
Dance Songs
2001- 2010
Dance Songs
1990 - 2000
Dance Songs
80s Dance Party
Dance Songs
70s Disco
Dance Songs
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Death Songs in Pop
Desperate Cries For Attention Songs
Dirges
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Doo Wop
Drug References
Event Songs
Feel Good Songs
Fighting Songs
Fogie Songs
Friendship Songs
Friday Songs
Girl's Names Songs
Girl Power Songs
Halloween Songs
Happy Songs
Hip Hop
Old School
Hip Hop
Modern Party Songs
Hippie Music
Jazz/ Instrumentals
Letters We Get
Longest Songs
Love Songs
Magic Songs
(Songs About)
Me!
Misunderstood Lyrics
Modern Rock
Monday Songs
Mother Songs
Music Links
Music Facts
Music Sampling
911 Banned Songs
Novelty Songs
Number 1's - 50s
Number 1's - 60s
Number 1's - 70s
Number 1's - 80s
Number 1's - 90s
Number 1's - 21st
Oldies 1955-1958
Oldies 1959-1963
Oldies 1964-1968
Paul McCartney & Music Credit
Politically Incorrect Songs
Protest Songs
Psychedelic Music
Questions We Get
Retro Songs
Remakes
Cover Songs
Rock
Classic Rock
Rock
Modern Rock
Rock
Party Songs
Sad Songs
Saturday Songs
Sexy Songs
Shooting Songs
Songs That Are Stuck In Your Head
Songs That Just Don't Make Sense. (Huh ?)
Stalker Songs
Strange Band Names
Summer Songs
Sunday Songs
Superhero Songs
Telephone Songs
Things To Do
Thursday Songs
Time Songs
Tuesday Songs
Wedding Music
Wednesday Songs
Weekend Songs
Words Singers Use Too Much
Worst Songs

Billboard Magazine Trivia:

Harry Belafonte's 1956, Calypso, was the first album to sell one million copies.
16 weeks at # 1 on the Billboard charts is the record, held by Mariah Carey and Boyz II Men for One Sweet Day (1995 - 1996)
LeAnn Rimes's How Do I Live lasted 69 weeks in Billboard's Hot 100 (1996-1997)
Michael Jackson's Bad Album had 5 number one songs, more than any other album. (1987-1988)
Akon's Smack That debuted at # 95 in October, 2006. The next week it was number seven. That jump of 88 positions was the single biggest jump in Billboard's history.
In April of 1964, The Beatles held the top 5 positions on the Billboard Charts. #1 - Can't Buy Me Love, #2 - Twist and Shout, #3 - She Loves You, #4 - I Want to Hold Your Hand, #5 - Please Please Me
Michael Jackson's Thriller (1982-1984), Bruce Springsteen's Born in the USA (1984-1985) and Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814 (1989-1991) were the only albums to produce seven top-ten singles.
In February 2006, High School Musical generated the most simultaneous Hot 100 entries from any album, with nine songs in the Hot 100 simultaneously, five of them in the Top 40. This was based on downloads and sales: there was no significant radio airplay for any of the songs from this Disney Channel movie.
James Brown had 99 Hot 100 Billboard entries, yet never had a number one Hot 100 hit.
Tommy James & The Shondells is the only band to have two songs covered by separate artists,go back to back as #1 hits. Tiffany, at age 16, took, "I Think We're Alone Now," which was released by TJ and the Shondells before she was born, to #1 on 11/7/87, for two weeks. Billy Idol, in his second chart run with "Mony ,Mony" live, hit #1 the week of 11/21/87.
Who has the Longest Song Titles in his repertoire?
That would probably be Meatloaf. Best Known for Paradise By The Dashboard Light, he also sang:
You Took the Words Right Out of My Mouth (Hot Summer Night)
Objects in the Rear View Mirror May Appear Closer Than They Are
I'd Lie For You (And That's The Truth)
The Future Ain't What It Used To Be
I'd Do Anything For Love (But I Won't Do That)
You Took The Words Right Out Of My Mouth
In The Land of the Pig, The Butcher Is King
Good Girls Go To Heaven (Bad Girls Go Everywhere)
Life Is A Lemon And I Want My Money Back
All Revved Up With No Place to Go

Long Titles By Other Artists?

Standing Outside A Broken Phone Booth With Money In My Hand - Primitive Radio Gods
Does Your Chewing Gum Lose It's Flavor (On The Bedpast Over Night)?
- Lonnie Donegan
everybody's Free (To Wear Sunscreen) - Baz Luhrman
New York Mining Disaster 1941 (Have You Seen My Wife Mr. Jones) - Bee Gees
You Wanted Someone To Play With (I Wanted SomeoneTo Love) - Frankie Laine
I Don't Know What You Want But I Can't Give It Anymore - Pet Shop Boys
Several Species of Small Furry Animals Gathered Together in a Cave and Grooving with a Pict - Pink Floyd
Too Fat Polka (I Don't Want Her You can Have Her She's Too Fat For Me)
-Arthur Godrfrey
(If You're Wondering If I Want You To) I Want You To
- Weezer


Who Sings About Themselves The Most?

We would say that would be Jennifer Lopez:
1. If You had My Love
2. Talk About Us
3. I'm Real
4. Promise Me You'll Try
5. You Belong To Me
6. I've Been Thinkin
7. Dance With Me
8. That's Not Me
9. I'm Gonna Be Alright
10. Jenny From the Block
11. All I Have
12. I'm Glad
13. (Can't Believe) This Is Me
14. I Love
15. I Got You
16. I;m into You
17. Invading My Mind
Longest Songs?

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