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As if you haven't read it before elsewhere on my site, I had to go and make a page dedicated solely to my music. So enjoy!

This is my theory on music. With the exeption of Garth Brooks, the best decade for music is the 80s, despite the fact that it consisted mostly of one-hit wonders. The 60s were notable for their transformation of the music industry by The Beatles, as well as other top acts like The Doors. The 70s had Kiss and Queen, and disco-which may or may not have been a good thing. Like I said, the 90s have Garth Brooks, Sarah McLachlan, Garbage, and the Goo Goo Dolls; and a strong case could be made based on 1997-present, but it still just doesn't have the strength of the 80s. That, and the fact that the middle of the decade was marred by a bunch of Boyz II Men clones. But, in my opinion, the decade that brought us hits like "Rock Me Amadeus," by Falco, "We Built This City," by Starship, "Turning Japanese," by The Vapors, numerous other songs, the best-selling album of all time (at the time) with Michael Jackson's THRILLER, and whose last gasp gave birth to the greatest male and female performers of all time (Garth Brooks-Garth Brooks-1989, Sarah McLachlan-Touch-1988/89) is why the 80s was the BEST DECADE FOR MUSIC EVER.
My Top 10 Favorite Songs Currently Are:
1. Oops I Did It Again--Britney Spears
2. Learn To Fly--Foo Fighters
3. Ex-Girlfreind--No Doubt
4. Crazy--Britney Spears
5. What's My Age Again?--Blink 182
6. American Bad-A$$--Kid Rock
7. Break Out--Foo Fighters
8. Duel of the Fates conducted by John Williams (This'll be up a LONG time)
9. Bye Bye Bye--*N Sync (It's addicting!!)
10. Say My Name--Destiny's Child

My Top 10 desert island albums are:
1. GARTH BROOKS--DOUBLE LIVE--it could be no other
2. Sarah McLachlan--Mirror Ball
3. Goo Goo Dolls--Dizzy Up The Girl
4. Billy Joel--Greatest Hits Volume I (and II)
5. Garbage--Garbage
6. Garbage--Version 2.0
7. Globe--Globe
8. Sammy Kershaw--The Hits Chapter 1
9. Top Gun Soundtrack
10. Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back Soundtrack

My Top 10 favorite songs are (in no particular order):
Building A Mystery--Sarah McLachlan
We Didn't Start The Fire--Billy Joel
The Imperial March conducted by John Williams
Duel of the Fates conducted by John Williams
Name--Goo Goo Dolls
Ice Cream--Sarah McLachlan
Piano Man--Billy Joel
American Pie--Don McLean
I Don't Want To Miss A Thing--Aerosmith
Iris--Goo Goo Dolls


If you're wondering why there's no GARTH BROOKS in the top 10 it's because I wanted to make the list interesting and not a list of 10 Garth songs. My favorite songs from each of Garth's Albums are:

Garth Brooks: The Dance
No Fences: Unanswered Prayers
Ropin' The Wind: Shameless
The Chase: Every Now And Then
In Pieces: The Red Strokes
Fresh Horses: The Change
Sevens: You Move Me
The Limited Series: To Make You Feel My Love
DOUBLE LIVE: It's Your Song
Garth Brooks in...The Life of Chris Gaines: Lost In You
...and from the Frequency Soundtrack: When You Come Back To Me Again



My Top 10 Favorite Music Videos All Time:
1. Foo Fighters--Learn To Fly
2. Garth Brooks--The Red Strokes
3. Sarah McLachlan--Building A Mystery
4. Sledgehammer--Peter Gabriel
5. Take On Me--A-Ha
6. Thriller--Michael Jackson
7. Money For Nothing--Dire Straits
8. Duel of the Fates conducted by John Williams
9. Beat It--Michael Jackson
10. American Woman--Lenny Kravitz

My favorite albums of all time in each genre are:

Alternative: Garbage-Garbage and Version 2.0
"Bubble Gum" Pop: Britney Spears--Oops I Did It Again
Country: GARTH BROOKS DOUBLE LIVE
Intrumental: A Silver Celebration: 25 Years of the Spirit of Troy
J-Pop: Globe-Globe
Pop: Sarah McLachlan-Mirror Ball
Rap: Snoop Doggy Dogg-Doggystyle
Soundtrack: Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back and Star Wars: Episode I: The Phantom Menace Soundtrack

And in case you haven't figured it out yet, my favorite album of all time, all genres is...

GARTH BROOKS DOUBLE LIVE



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