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Vote for the horrible hits of 1983

Frankstallone How long has it been since you heard some '80s songs you truly hated? I mean, besides our last "horrible hits" podcast. (And I mean, besides songs by Frank Stallone.)

It's time again to vote for the "hit" songs you hated most from the otherwise phenomenal year of 1983, so that Sean Daly and I can turn it into a new podcast: the horrible hits of 1983.

If you want to see the full list of potential songs, click right here. Until we have your votes, I've asked Vegas Girlfriend to pick her 10 most-hated songs from 1983. Here they are. Click on the artist to hear the song:

She Works Hard For The Money (Donna Summer)

Up Where We Belong (Joe Cocker and Jennifer Warnes)

You Can't Hurry Love (Phil Collins)

We've Got Tonight (Kenny Rogers and Sheena Easton)

The Girl Is Mine (Michael Jackson and Paul McCartney)

How Am I Supposed To Live Without You (Laura Branigan)

Straight From The Heart (Bryan Adams)

Pass The Dutchie (Musical Youth)

Far From Over (Frank Stallone)

Tonight I Celebrate My Love (Peabo Bryson and Roberta Flack)

[Last modified: Wednesday, June 9, 2010 2:46pm]


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