Tuesday, August 9, 2011

THE BILLBOARD BOOK OF NUMBER ONE HITS

Car Wash: "Car Wash" is an absolutely horrible film.

Torn Between Two Lovers: You can't be truly in love with two people at the same time.

Blinded By The Light: Canadian sketch comedy troupe "The Vacant Lot" has a sketch about a bunch of guys arguing over the lyrics to this song.

New Kid In Town: "Hotel California" is a horrible album.

Dancing Queen: "Money, Money" is the only good Abba song.

Even though Abba's songs weren't very good, you at least get the feeling bands back then halfway cared about lyrics, which they don't today.

Hotel California: This song is about scientology. "You can check in but you can never leave."

Pirate radio operator James Brownyard of station WHYP did a parody of this song entitled "Hotel JTA."

Welcome to the Hotel JTA,
Such a smelly place,
Such a smelly place.

Dreams: I have "Rumours." It sucks.

Undercover Angel: This song is just so terrible.

Didn't this song come out around the same time "Highway To Heaven" and things like that were popular?

Da Doo Ron Ron: I have this album. It sucks.

Star Wars/Cantena Music: Let's combine two of the worst things about the seventies: "Star Wars" and disco.

Star Wars is an awful movie. It was a landmark film because the studios realised they didn't need a plot to have a successful movie. All they needed was a lot of special affects. Really, when you think about it, "Star Wars" is nothing more than a glorified cowboy and Indian picture.

You Light Up My Life: I have the album with this song. It's basically "You Light Up My Life" over and over again.

It's highly ironic Joe Brooks committed suicide.

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