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    1. Dutaxe

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      Dec 24,  · RNJB - 78 RPM Jukebox Classics: The '50s - Various Artists [] Box set containing twenty-five rpm, inch single discs, for use in rpm jukeboxes. Title strips are included. Apparently, "The '50s" was used loosely, since a good many of these were from the early s. Also purchasable: RNJB - 78 RPM Jukebox Classics: The '60s5/5(1).
    2. Darg

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      Buy BBC Radio 2: Sounds Of The 80s: I Think We re Alone Now at Juno Records. In stock now for same day shipping. BBC Radio 2: Sounds Of The 80s: I Think We're Alone Now
    3. Dojind

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      B sides were used to store other great songs by the artist, other sides of the artist's musical personality, and songs not included on the artist's albums. This list is restricted to B side songs that are on one of the "best-of" lists we maintain (Kev Roberts, Dave Marsh, Rolling Stone) or that earn one or two stars from Classic .
    4. Faugal

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      One of the brilliant things about the 70s was how all different genres were embraced by record buyers and in turn that this was reflected by radio and the charts - and from this diversity the biggest pop hits of all time were created - ‘70s’ includes timeless pop tracks from ABBA, Blondie, Dolly Parton and /5(15).
    5. Shakacage

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      "I Think We're Alone Now" is a song written and composed by Ritchie Cordell that was the title selection from a same-named album released by the American recording artists Tommy James and the Shondells. "I Think We're Alone Now" was a US hit for James and the Shondells, reaching number 1 on the WLS Silver Dollar Survey for five weeks, starting on 24 February , and number 8 for the entire .
    6. Golmaran

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      What was different, and truly strange, was that most of the big artists of the Early Sixties absolutely vanished and most of the American artists of were new. The only Early Sixties artists that made it through were the newer ones and they generally had their last top ten hit or two in and afterward only lower charting songs with a /5(62).
    7. Gardanos

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      Buy a CD or Vinyl record and get 90 days free Amazon Music Unlimited Sounds Of The 80s I Think Were Alone Now () Various Artists. out of 5 stars Audio CD. Jukebox Classics Various Artists. out of 5 stars Audio CD. £ Best Day Of My Life/5(7).
    8. Malakasa

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      Universal International's Sixties Jukebox Classics is a pleasant surprise, offering two discs' worth of some of the decade's biggest hits and forgotten gems. Along with deservedly well-known singles like the Who's "Can't Explain," Marvin Gaye's "I Heard it Through the Grapevine," Roy Orbison's "Oh, Pretty Woman," and the Kinks' "You Really Got Me," the collection also offers some more obscure.

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