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Top 5 Most “Rockin-est” 80’s tunes

Today's List at 3 O'clock with Dan is called; The top 5 Most Rockin'est 80's tunes. Guitars will be blaring, and vocalists will be sharing their most stellar rock chops!

Born in the USA-Bruce Springsteen
Pour Some Sugar on Me-Def Leppard
Hot for Teacher-Van Halen
Back in Black-AC/DC
Welcome to the Jungle-Guns n Roses
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Top American Bands

Dan's got his countdown cap on again today. Join him at 3 on The List as he shares his selections for the Top 5 American Rock Bands. Big bands were left on this list…don't be mad!

Legs-ZZ Top
Pamama-Van Halen
Already Gone-Eagles
Born on the Bayou-CCR
Ragdoll-Aerosmith
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5 memorable songs NOT from John Hughes Films

The John Hughes teen films of the 80's were notable for their stand out songs. "In Your Eyes" from Say Anything. "Don't You Forget About Me" from The Breakfast Club. With that in mind, on today's list, join Dan as he features 5 memorable songs NOT from John Hughes films.

You Can Leave Your Hat On-Joe Cocker
Footloose-Kenny Loggins
My Sharona-The Knack
Streets of Philadelphia-Bruce Springsteen
Walkin' on Sunshine-Katrina and the Waves
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I Freakin’ Love this Song

Today's list at 3 O'clock it totally self-indulgent on Dan's part. Heck, it's called "I Freakin' Love This Song!" Dan's playing 5 of his favorite tunes from the rock era. Hey, It just so happens that his favorite Elton John tune is Elton's favorite as well.

A Whiter Shade of Pale-Procul Harum
Movin' On-Bad Company
Mona Lisas and Madhatters-Elton John
Angel of Harlem-U2
Try and Love Again-Eagles
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Songs That Mention Other Songs

Today on The List, join Dan as he features 5 songs that mention other songs. And the kings of the tune-age shout out may very well be The Beatles.

Thunder Road-Bruce Springsteen
Take Me Home Tonight-Eddie Money
The LambLies Down on Broadway-Genesis
Running Down a Dream-Tom Petty
Glass Onion-Beatles
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Beating the Sophomore Jinx

There's a lot of pressure in releasing a second album, especially if the first one was a hit. Today at 3 on The List Dan's featuring bands who beat the sophomore jinx in a big way. And, don't drool trying to figure this out, one of the bands 2nd albums was actually their 12th.

Sunshine of Your Love-Cream
Daughter-Pearl Jam
Ramble On-Led Zeppelin
Take me to the Pilot-Elton John
Go Your Own Way-Fleetwood Mac
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Doomsday Rock

They are 5 of the most Doom and Gloomy songs in rock history. One of them is so apocalyptic we hope you survive listening to Doomsday Rock, today at 3 on The List.

When the World is Running Down…-Police
It's the End of the World as we Know it-REM
Don't Fear The Reaper-Blue Oyster Cult
Run Like Hell-Pink Floyd
Bad Moon Rising-CCR
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Getting in Touch with my Woman

The "Woman" is front and center today on The List. Dan's got a thrilling eclectic, thought provoking, texturally satisfying list featuring…5 songs with "woman" in the title.

Rock and Roll Woman-Buffalo Springfield
Woman From Tokyo-Deep Purple
Pretty Woman-Van Halen
Evil Woman-ELO
American Woman-Lenny Kravitz
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How do you Like your Joe

There's an ordinary, average one, there's one who lives in Crawford Colorado and there's even one who play's Pepsi Center on the 19th…today's list at 3 is "How do you like your Joe?

I Fought the Law-The Clash
Walk This Way-Aerosmith
Feeling Alright-Joe Cocker
Rocky Mountain Way-Joe Walsh
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Indulge Magazine

Here's a great article on Michael in this issue of INDUGLE MAGAZINE 
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