Friday, December 30, 2005


Really simple things make me really happy. During my lunch ride, the Flashback Lunch was playing on the radio. Three of my favorite oldies were played. If I were going to call and make a request, these three songs would probably have been on my list.

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So, what's on your Flashback Lunch?

dena at 12:35 PM



at 1:30 PM Blogger said...

I would have to say Wild Wild West by The Escape Club, Karma Chameleon by The Culture Club, and Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now by Starship.

at 5:51 PM Blogger Alisha said...

Oooh, the Flashback Lunch

1. Tom Sawyer-Rush
2. Quicksand Jesus-SkidRow
3. Jerry Was a Racecar Driver-Primus

at 9:27 PM Blogger OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

Don't have a Flashback Lunch and I'm ashamed to say, I don't even know what that is! (lol)..And even more embarrassing...I've heard of your three favorite bands, but do not know one song that any of them do....Help Me!!!
Here from Michele today and I want to wish you a Very Very Happy New Year, Dena...

at 9:37 PM Anonymous Kat said...

Love your choices!

I would go with:

"Rapture" by Blondie

"Let it Whip" by Dazz Band

"Off the Wall" by Michael Jackson

at 9:41 PM Anonymous Deana said...

Because of some email I received I have been hearing Bon Jovi "Shot through the Heart" in my head. So as bad as it sounds I'd have to hear that one.

Maybe mix in a little "Funky Cold Medena".

at 10:04 PM Blogger Chrixean said...

Oh dear, don't know wjo the Flashback Lunch are! Sorry! but if we're talking of oldies, i'd go with everything from the Beatles and songs from my fave 90s singer, Sybil! :-)
Here from Michele's!

at 10:12 PM Blogger Nadine said...

Ok....I'm a mid-late 80's child.

Duran Duran...The Reflex

Rob Bass....It Takes Two

Samantha Fox....OMG, can't believe I just typed that.

Bel Biv Devoe....Do Me

Corey Hart...Never Surrender

Good ones?

at 8:08 AM Blogger The Mistress of the Dark said...

Culture Club - Karma Cameleon
Duran Duran - The Reflex
Cheap Trick - The Flame
XTC - Mayor of Simpleton

Oh and Olivia Newton John - Xanadu!

at 10:01 AM Blogger Vanessa said...

Fleetwood Mac - "Dreams" (or whatever the title is)
Thin Lizzy - "Radar Love" (this song always makes me sing)
The Police - "Every Little Thing"

Hi! Michele sent me!

at 10:14 AM Blogger Courtney said...

Oh, god. I'm just reeling from the classification of the Sex Pistols as "oldies". My toes are curling up in my snakeskin doc martens.

Happy New Year. Michele sent me.

at 10:16 AM Blogger Jean-Luc Picard said...

Don McLean "American Pie" (full length version)

Thin Lizzy "Whiskey In The Jar" (air guitar time!)

T.Rex "Children Of The Revolution" (sing along time)

Michele sent me.
Happy New Year!

at 1:43 PM Blogger Beanhead said...

oh what a fun post

1. Brass Monkey--Beastie Boys
2. Living on a Prayer--Bon Jovi
3. Pour some Sugar on Me-- Def Leppard

Here from Michele's

at 1:46 PM Blogger panthergirl said...

So funny.... someone thought that Flashback Lunch was a band. I hate to laugh at other commenters, but that really did make me giggle!

Anyway, it's hard for me to pick because I have just about every song that I love right on my computer so I can't imagine having to "request" anything.

But if I had to pick three of my favorite "oldies" (and I'm guessing here that we're talking 70s-80s and not earlier):

Billy Idol: Cradle of Love
Crowded House: Don't Dream It's Over
Squeeze: Another Nail in My Heart

Too hard to pick just three!!

Here via Michele...HNY, Dena!

at 3:09 PM Blogger margalit said...

I have to agree with your choices, but I'd probably also ask for

English Beat-- Mirror in the Bathroom
Ramones--Sheena Is (a punk rocker)
Clash--London Calling

Michele sent me


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