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Thursday, March 24, 2005


Some music gets stale and dated after awhile, and some music just stays fresh. Almost like it's got an unlimited expiration date.
Of course, that all depends on who you ask. Opinions vary on this subject.

I was thumbing through my CDs yesterday and came across my Best of the 80's CDs.
It had been awhile, and sometimes I like to be nostalgic, you know? So I popped it in the CD player.

Good songs, all, but so dated. I couldn't even listen to "Girls Just Want To Have Fun" by Cyndi Lauper, or "Don't You Want Me" by The Human League.
I loved both of those songs so much, back in the day, but after hearing them so much they became unlistenable.

No so with Duran Duran.
"Rio" still rocks, even after 20 years.