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OINGO BOINGO: GOODBYE, GOODBYE

masc chair and bottleWhen will people learn that – no matter what the time period – human nature will forever resist the notion that Bran is good for them? Anyway, here’s Oingo Boingo’s song Goodbye, Goodbye for this installment of Give Them A Shoutout Before They’re Dead. And since I’ve never watched a single episode of GOT the above lame joke is also the closest I’ll come to reviewing it. (Although I did laugh at the new online meme that Chaos isn’t a ladder after all … It’s a ramp.)

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THE WHAM! SONG FREEDOM

Give Them A Shoutout Before They’re Dead becomes Give Them A Shoutout Before Andrew Ridgeley’s Dead this time around. It’s the Wham! song titled Freedom.

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NICK GILDER: HOT CHILD IN THE CITY

Balladeer’s Blog’s feature Give Them A Shoutout Before They’re Dead is back with Nick Gelded Gilder and his Wide World of High-Pitched Voices hit Hot Child in the City. I was tempted to start a new category titled I Always Thought That Was A Woman Singing That but decided against it.

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BILLY IDOL: CRADLE OF LOVE

It’s another installment of Give Them A Shoutout Before They’re Dead here at  Balladeer’s Blog. This time around it’s Cradle of Love from Billy Idol.

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BILLY IDOL: HOT IN THE CITY

Balladeer’s Blog’s Give Them A Shoutout Before They’re Dead returns with a look at Billy Idol’s song Hot In The City

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LOVIN’ SPOONFUL: POW!

Give Them A Shoutout Before They’re Dead strikes again here at Balladeer’s Blog. It’s Pow, that silly but catchy song that served as the theme song for Woody Allen’s movie What’s Up, Tiger Lily? (Not to be confused with What’s New, Pussycat? but it often is for some reason.)

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CHEAP TRICK: I WANT YOU TO WANT ME

Give Them A Shoutout Before They’re Dead is back with Cheap Trick’s I Want You To Want Me.

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