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Written by Barry Kowal   
May 22, 2014 at 12:26 AM
INFORMATION FOR SONGS IN THE TOP 6000 Part III

 Hello Everybody,

  Born David Ian Jackson on August 11,1954 in Burton upon Trent,Staffordshire.You can find this Englishman at position #3999 with one of his hits from his 1979 album titled "Look Sharp".The song has been covered by Undeclinable Ambuscade,Wes Carr,Kid Courageous, Sugar Ray,Da Vinci's Notebook,James Michael and Goldfinger.The song is featured in the 1998 romantic comedy film starring Cameron Diaz,Matt Dillon & Ben Stiller titled "There's Something About Mary".

 Born Johnny Allen Hendrix on November 27,1942 in Seattle (died of a drug overdose on September 18,1970 in Kensington,London,England)the recording act at position #3983 places fourteen (14) songs in the Top 4000. Three (3) of the fourteen (14) are in the Top 500 and one song in the Top 200.In 1966,Hendrix,who played and recorded with Little Richard's band from 1964 to 1965,said,"I want to do with my guitar what Little Richard does with his voice.Hendrix won many of the most prestigious rock music awards in his lifetime,and has been posthumously awarded many more,including being inducted into the US Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1992 and the UK Music Hall of Fame in 2005.An English Heritage blue plaque was erected in his name on his former residence at Brook Street in London in September of 1997.A star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame (at 6627 Hollywood Blvd.) was dedicated in 1994.In 2006,his debut US album,"Are You Experienced", was inducted into the United States National Recording Registry and Rolling Stone named Hendrix the top guitarist on its list of the 100 greatest guitarists of all-time in 2003.He was also the first person inducted into the Native American Music Hall of Fame 

 Born Timothy Zachery Mosley on March 10, 1972 in the capital city of Richmond. This Virginian at #3978 makes seven (7) appearances in the Top 5000 but never as a solo act. Timbaland appears in a trio at #3978 and he also appears in a trio one (1) more time in the Top 5000. In that trio he appears along side Justin Timberlake & Nelly Furtado.He also appears as part of a quartet along side of Keri Hilson,D.O.E. & Sebastian.He does a duet with Nelly Furtado,a duet with Justin Timberlake,a duet with Katy Perry and in another recording he sings along side the Colorado rock band OneRepublic.He appears three (3) times in the Top 500,two (2)in the Top 300 and one time in the Top 200.Timbaland has worked with Justin Timberlake,Nelly Furtado,Katy Perry, Keri Hilson and X Factor winner Leona Lewis on past and upcoming projects.He has also produced tracks for Mariah Carey,Wyclef Jean,Missy Elliott,Keshia Chante and Jay-Z's upcoming albums.Timbaland also produced Chris Cornell's 2009 album "Scream".

 Born Christopher Maurice "Chris" Brown on May 5, 1989 in Tappahannock this native Viginian who makes up half of the duet at position #3966 has nine songs in the Top 4000. Four (4) of the nine songs are duets.One of the duets is at #3966. The other duets are

 with Jordin Sparks,Benny Benassi & Pitbull. He has one (1) song in the Top 1000.In 2009,this artist pleaded guilty to felony assault on singer Rihanna,and was sentenced to five years probation and six months of community service.

 The UK boy band featuring Gary Barlow (born January 20,1971 in Frodsham,Cheshire, England) at position #3959 makes seven (7) apperances in the Top 4000.Four (4) of the seven (7) songs are in the Top 1000 with one (1) song in the Top 500.

 The San Francisco based rock band at position #3944 managed to place seven (7) songs in the Top 6000. Two (2) of the seven (7) are in the Top 1000.A USA Today opinion poll in 2005 asked respondents to weigh in on who they thought was the best American rock band in history;this band came in fifth (5th) place.

 The UK rock band from London at position #3941 make their third of nine (9) appearances in the Top 6000.The group has had five Top 10 singles on the US Billboard chart.Nine of their albums charted in the Top 40.In the UK,the group had seventeen Top 20 singles and five Top 10 albums.Four of their albums have been certified gold by the RIAA.Among numerous honours,they received the Ivor Novello Award for "Outstanding Service to British Music".In 1990,their first year of eligibility,the original four members of The group were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame,as well as the UK Music Hall of Fame in November 2005.

 Born Paul Frederic Simon on October 13, 1941 in Newark,New Jersey.This garden state native first appearing at position #5113 in the countdown and now at position #3935 he makes his second of seven (7) apperances in the Top 5000. These seven appearances does not include any of his appearances along side Art Garfunkel.Two (2) of the seven (7) songs are in the Top 1000 with one of them in the Top 300.Through his solo and collaborative work,he has earned 13 Grammys,including the Lifetime Achievement Award.In 2001,he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and in 2006 was selected as one of the "100 People Who Shaped the World" by Time magazine.Among many other honors,he was named the first recipient of the Library of Congress's Gershwin Prize for Popular Song in 2003.

 Born on December 1,1938 in Santa Monica,California the recording act at position #3931

Places his first of two songs in the top 4000.This song peaked at #4 for two weeks beginning on the Billboard Hot 100 on October 19th,1959.

 Born Sophie Michelle Ellis-Bextor in Hounslow,London,England on April 10th,1979 The artist at position #3904 places her first of two (2) songs in the top 4000.On March 22, 2013 she performed outdoors at Old Republic Square in Almaty,Kazakhstan.

 The song at position #3898 is a song written by the outstanding songwriting duo of Gerry Goffin and Carole King.Canadian Michael Buble released a version of the song on deluxe editions of his hit album "Crazy Love".

 Born in 1953 in Lancashire,England this singer has a song that charted in both 1979 & 1989.The song appears at #3896.

  In 1979 the artist at position #3896 was given the opportunity to sing a song that was the theme tune for a new soap opera set at a women's prison:?Prisoner?. The song, at #3896 was written by Allan Caswell and was released as a single in Australia. It reached number one on the singles chart and sold in excess of 80,000 copies in Australia.

 Ten years after this initial success, the song was issued in the UK for the first time. To coincide with the series' first broadcast on UK television the single was rush-released and reached number 3 instantly in the UK singles chart in 1989. She then performed "On the Inside" on ?Top Of The Pops? and similar TV programmes throughout the UK.

 The band originally formed in Orlando,Florida in 1995, at position #3883 has seven (7) songs in the Top 6000 with two songs in the Top 1000 and one of those two songs in the Top 200.The band then went on hiatus in 2004,and rhythm guitarist Adam Gaynor left the band in 2005,after performing on the first three studio albums.As a result,Paul Doucette took over rhythm guitar,and the band re-united and released a compilation album,"Exile on Mainstream",in 2007,which was certified gold in the United States.The the grou went on hiatus and its members focused on solo work,although while on tour in 2009 and 2010 Rob Thomas has repeatedly said that the band will get back together to record another album.

 First appearing solo at #5384 he now reappears at #3858 with his third of ten (10) appearances in the Top 6000.He also appears in two more trios;one along side Twista and Jamie Foxx and the other along side Keri Hilson & Ne-Yo.He appears in four duets;one with Estelle,one with Katy Perry,one with Jay-Z and the other with Jamie Foxx.The other three appearances are solo in the countdown.Two of those ten (10) songs are in the Top 1000.

 The Aberdeen,Washington rock band at #3845 have five (5) songs in the Top 4000.Three (3) of the five (5) are in the Top 1000, with two (2) in the Top 200.The band's brief run ended with Cobain's death in April of 1994,but the band's influence and popularity endured in the years that followed.In 2002,"You Know You're Right,"an unfinished demo from the band's final recording session, topped radio playlists around the world.Since their debut,the band has sold over twenty-five million albums in the US alone, and over fifty million worldwide.

 Born Quentin Dupieux on April 14,1974 in France he sings the song at #3840 and this is the song that the Official Chart Company (UK) ranked as the ninth (9th) biggest song in the UK for the entire year of 1999.

 The song at position #3830 began a four (4) week run at #1 on the ARIA (Australia) charts beginning March 2,1992 and was the song that ARIA ranked as the fourteenth (14th) best song for the entire year of 1992.Unlike most of Julian's previous songs, "Saltwater" combines subtle melodies with gentle vocals to bring forward the issues of environmental conservation and world poverty.The lyrics juxtapose the many marvels and feats of human civilization with the death of the natural world,constantly emphasizing the passing of time:'Time is not a friend, 'cos friends we're out of time'.The recording features an unaccredited George Harrison on lead guitar.

 Born Damien Leo Leith on the 18th of January in 1976 in Dublin.The Irish-born Australian idol winner for 2006 at position #3828 topped the Australia (ARIA) singles chart for four (4) weeks with this song beginning December 4,2006.

  An American rock band that was formed by Tony Scalzo,Miles Zuniga and Joey Shuffield in Austin,Texas in 1995, has the song at position #3816.The band originally called themselves "Magneto U.S.A." but changed their name after signing with Hollywood Records.The song at position #3816 spent seven (7) weeks at the top Billboard Magazine?s (USA) Modern Rock Tracks chart.  This is their one and only song in the top 6000.

 An alternative rock band formed by Mike Edwards,Jerry De Borg,Al Doughty Iain Baker & Simon Matthews in Baradford-on-Avon,Wiltshire,England make their one and only appearance in the Top 6000 at position #3801.The song is about the ending of the cold war.It peaked at #2 on the US Billboard Hot 100 (kept out of #1 by Bryan Adams) but only peaked at #31 in the UK.Hmmmmm?

  Born on June 15, 1910 in London (died August 23, 1990 in Burbank,California),this British-born American song writer has the song at position #3791.This is the song that Cash Box Magazine ranked as #8 for the entire year of 1962.

 From 1965 the first record to reach the Top 10 (going to #9) on the Billboard Hot 100 for this New York City based group is the song at #3790.On September 4, 1993 when Jim Abbott of the New York Yankees pitched a no-hitter,the song was played after the "Twisted Sister" song,"We're Not Gonna Take It".The song is also significantly featured in the Jim Sheridan movie "In America",as an Irish-immigrant family,having entered the U.S.A. on false pretenses,enters New York City for the first time,and was also the theme song to the ABC Family series "State of Grace".Other movies which the song was featured include the 1999 comedy,"American Pie" and the 2006 movie,"Date Movie".The song was ranked #216 on Rolling Stone's list of The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.The song was covered by Steve Tyrell in "Second Sight".

 The band "Chicago" from their album "Chicago 17" have the song at position #3789 with a song that was their third song to be released from the album.The song peaked at #3 on the Billboard Hot 100 in January of 1985. 

  The UK band at Position #3783 place seven (7) songs in the Top 4000.common with The Beatles,they came from Liverpool and were managed by Brian Epstein.They are most remembered for being the first act to reach number one on the UK Singles Chart with their first three single releases.It was a record that was not equalled for 20 years,until the mid-80s success of fellow Liverpool band "Frankie Goes to Hollywood"."Gerry & the Pacemakers" are the second most successful group from Liverpool to hit the US pop charts behind the Beatles.

  A Michigan rocker is at position #3732 in the Top 6000.The somg was first released as a track off this Michigan rocker's 1978 album "Stranger In Town". It was then released again as a track off of Bob's 1981 live album "Nine Tonight".But this time it was also released as a single in "January of 1982" and it manages to place at position #3732.

 The artist/actress born Cherilyn Sarkisian on May 20, 1946 in El Centro,California at position #3727 has twelve (12) songs in the Top 6000.Four (4) of the ten (10) were with her ex-husband Sonny and the other eight (8) she does solo.Two (2) of the ten (10) songs are in the Top 1000 and one of them is in the top 100.She is the only female solo artist to reach the Top Ten of the Billboard Hot 100 in each of four decades (1960s,1970s,1980s and 1990s).She holds the Hot 100 record for the longest hit-making career span,with thirty-three (33) years between the release of her first and most recent #1 singles,in 1965 and 1998.

  The song at position #3724 is by an English indie rock band formed in 2002 in High Green,a suburb of Sheffield; The band consists of Alex Turner (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Jamie Cook (lead guitar, backing vocals), Nick O?Malley (bass, backing vocals), and Matt Helders (drums, backing vocals). Former band member Andy Nicholson (bass guitar, backing vocals) left the band in 2006 shortly after its debut album was released.

  A Dutch rock band,consisting members Rinus Gerritsen,George Kooymans.Barry Hay and Caesar Zuiderwik founded in 1961 in The Hague have the song at position #3723.They have one ther song in the top 4000. 

 The song at position #3712 is the song that the "National Music Express" (United Kingdom) ranked as the #12 song for the entire year of 1955.From October 14 to November 11 (4 weeks) it was at the Top of the charts in the UK.It is also from the movie of the same name starring "Jimmy Stewart"

 The song at position #3707 on March 6,2006 became #1 in Australia (ARIA charts).It spent five (5) weeks at the top and was the song that ARIA ranked as the #2 song for the entire year of 2006.This song debuted at #3 on the Australian ARIA singles chart on February 20 in 2006, before climbing to #2 and then hitting #1 the following week.The song spent four (4) consecutive weeks at #1 before being succeeded by Youth Group's "Forever Young".A week later,it had returned to the summit for a 5th week.The song stayed in the Top 10 of the Australian charts for 22 consecutive weeks,giving it the title of the longest Top 10 charting single ever by an Australian artist (beating Silverchair's "Tomorrow" in 1994-1995,which spent a total of 19 consecutive weeks in the Top 10). Following on from the Australian success,the song was released in New Zealand the week beginning May 29, 2006,debuting at #17 on the national New Zealand charts and quickly jumping into the Top 3 in its second week.When the song became so popular critics started to claim that it was an unclean and an overtly suggestive song.They were quickly met with fans worldwide saying otherwise.On January 14, 2007,the song was certified double platinum in Australia,selling over 140,000 copies.The song eventually accumulated 39 weeks in the Australian ARIA Top 50 Singles Chart: finally leaving the chart on February 11, 2007, almost a year after its debut.

 Born Gene Francis Alan Pitney on February 17, 1940 in Hartford the capital and largest city of the US state of Connecticut (died on April 5,2006 in Cardiff,Wales,UK).This is the third of five entries in the countdown from this native Connecticut singer at position #3706.As a performer,he charted singles sixteen (16) "Top 40" hits in the U.S.,four in the "Top 10".In the UK he had 22 "Top 40" hits,and 11 "Top Tens"!He wrote the early 1960s hits "He's a Rebel"by "The Crystals",and "Hello Mary Lou",by "Rick Nelson".He was among a small group of early 1960s American acts such as Roy Orbison,Bobby Vinton,The Four Seasons Jan and Dean,Jay and the Americans,The Beach Boys and The Supremes who continued to enjoy hits after the British Invasion in the U.S. in 1964.

 The British trio at #3698 place eight (8) songs in the Top 6000.The band consisted of Keith Emerson (keyboards),Greg Lake (guitar,bass guitar,vocals) and Carl Palmer (drums, percussion).

  The song at #3696 originally was a hit for
Ben E.King in 1961. Ten years later on August 24,1971 Lady Soul took it #1 on
Radio station WABC in New York City.It spent two weeks at #1 and WABC ranked the
song as the twentieth (20th) best song for the entire year of 1971.Lady Soul's
version earned a gold single for sales of over one million.New Orleans'Dr. John
played keyboards on the Queen of Soul's version.Her version was more intense
than the original.Lady Soul also changed the lyrics slightly,from "A red
rose up in Spanish Harlem" to "There's a rose in Black 'n Spanish
Harlem.A rose in Black 'n Spanish Harlem."!!!!!
 The topic of the lyrics was not original to this song,however.A centuries-old Czech folk song,called "Rozmar?nka",or "Na tom pra?sk?m most?" contained the same symbolic idea of a flower growing neglected up through the city pavement and of someone plucking it and cultivating it in his own garden.It is possible that this theme existed in the folk songs of other nations also,and it may or may not have been known to the writers of "Spanish Harlem".

 The Canadian singer Born Leslie Feist on February 13,1976 in Amherst,Nova Scotia (raised  in Calgary,Alberta)has the song in the #3693 position with one of her songs from "October of 2007".This song is from this singer's third studio album,"The Reminder". It is this singer's most successful single to date.The original song was written by Sally Seltmann,an Australian singer-songwriter who records under the name "New Buffalo",and Feist added and rewrote parts of the lyrics.At the 2008 Juno Awards in Calgary,she was the top winner with five awards,including Songwriter of the Year,Artist of the Year,Pop Album of the Year,Album of the Year and Single of the Year.

 A Bay State band from Malden named "Extreme" headed by frontmen Gary Cherone and Nuno Bettencourt,with one of their hits that peaked at #4 on the Billboard Hot 100 in October of 1991 holds down the #3692 position.

  Making their second of five (5) appearances in the Top 5000 is the British rock group "Cream" at position #3687".They have three (3) songs in the Top 1000This group  together with "The Jimi Hendrix Experience", made a significant impact upon the popular music of the time,and along with "Jimi Hendrix" popularised the use of the "wah-wah pedal". They provided a heavy yet technically proficient musical theme that foreshadowed and influenced the emergence of English bands such as "Led Zeppelin","Deep Purple",and "The Jeff Beck Group" in the late 1960s. The band's live performances influenced progressive rock acts such as "Rush",jam bands such as The "Allman Brothers Band","Grateful Dead","Phish and heavy metal bands such as "Black Sabbath."Cream" was ranked #16 on VH1's 100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock and Rolling Stone Magazine named them the sixty-sixth (66th) greatest artist of all time.

 The British musical duo,formed in 1980 by Scottish front woman Annie Lennox (born December 25,1954 in Aberdeen) and English musician Dave Stewart (born September 9,1952 in Sunderland),at position #3686 have six (6) songs in the Top 4000 with one song in the Top 1000.These six (6) only include the duets songs and none of their solo acts or acts performed with other artists.

  The Orlando,Florida boy band at position #3660 has ten (10) songs in the Top 6000 with one (1) of them in the Top 1000.According to the US Billboard 200,they are the first artist since Nigerian "Sade" to have each of their albums reach the top 10 on the chart.

 The song at #3632 is a cover done by a British comedian and an alternative rock band.The original version went to #1 in the USA twenty-two (22) years earlier by a singer from Atlanta.That version of the song is in the Top 2000.This is his one and only appearance in the entire top 6000.

  The singer born John Alvin Ray on January 10, 1927 in Hopewell (died February 24, 1990 in LA)from the US state of Oregon at position #3630 had some success in his native country but was alot more popular in the UK and Australia.The song at position #3340 stayed at #1 in the UK between June 7 and June 28 in 1957 and was the National Music Express' (UK) eighth (8th) biggest song for the entire year of 1957.It was #32 for that year in Australia but didn't even chart in the year-end Top 100 in the USA.It only reached #18 on the Billboard Singles chart.He became deaf in his right ear at age 13 after an accident during a Boy Scout event.It was his participation in the "blanket toss," a sort of variation of the trampoline,that traumatized the youngster's inner ear.Ray later performed wearing a hearing aid.Surgery performed in New York in 1958 left him almost completely deaf in both ears,although hearing aids helped his condition.

  Ray had issues surface regarding his sexuality several times in his career,including two arrests for soliciting men for sex.Ray quietly pleaded guilty and paid a fine after the first arrest,in the restroom of the Stone Theatre burlesque house in Detroit,which was just prior to the release of his first record in 1951.Ray went to trial following the second arrest in 1959,also in Detroit,for soliciting an undercover officer in one of the city's gay bars.He was found not guilty.Despite these issues,Ray married Marilyn Morrison a short time after he gave his first New York concert,which was at the Copacabana in 1952.The wedding ceremony,attended by then New York mayor "Vincent R. Impellitteri",made the cover of the New York Daily News.Morrison,the daughter of a Los Angeles nightclub owner,was aware of the singer's sexuality from the start,telling a friend she would "straighten it out."The couple separated in 1953 and divorced in 1954.In the years hence,writers have noted that the marriage occurred under false pretenses,and that Ray had a long-term relationship with his manager,Bill Franklin.Ray also had a relationship with columnist Dorothy Kilgallen,whom he met following an appearance on What's My Line? in 1956.Kilgallen was a strong support for Ray during the 1959 solicitation trial.Ray drank regularly and his alcoholism caught up with him in 1960,when he was hospitalized for tuberculosis.He recovered but continued drinking,and was diagnosed with cirrhosis at age fifty.On February 24,1990,Ray died of liver failure at Cedars-Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles.He is buried at Hopewell Cemetery near Hopewell,Oregon.For his contribution to the recording industry,Johnnie Ray has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6201 Hollywood Boulevard.

  At position #3622 is Michigan rocker Suzi Quatro going down to "Devil Gate Drive" from November of 1974."Devil Gate Drive" was Quatro's second (and final) number one single in the UK, spending two weeks at the top of the chart in 1974.The song was also featured on the show "Happy Days",during season 5,on the episode, "Fonzie and Leather Tuscadero, Part II".

  At position #3620 is a song that originally topped the Billboard Hot 100 for nine (9) weeks in 1981 by Diana Ross and Lionel Richie is covered thirteen (13) years later by Long Islander Mariah Carey & Luther Vandross have the song at position.Walter Afanasieff produced Luther Vandross and Mariah Carey's cover of the song for Vandross' Epic Records released album "Songs",and it is known for being Carey's first "high-profile" duet (an earlier duet,"I'll Be There," was with the then-unknown background singer Trey Lorenz).At the 1995 Grammy Awards,the song was nominated in the new category of Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals,losing to "Funny How Time Slips Away" by Al Green and Lyle Lovett.Columbia Records later included the song on Carey's compilation album Greatest Hits (2001) and then again on her next compilation album,"The Ballads" (2008).

 The song at position #3615 on October 25,1971 began a five (5) week run at the top of the Australian singles chart. It was the eighth (8th) biggest song in Australia for the entire year of 1971.It was the artists second commercial single in the USA.Also, the song and its title serve as the theme song for,and title of,a long-running radio series broadcast of bluegrass music on WAMU-PBS and Bluegrass Country,hosted by Fred Bartenstein and produced for the International Bluegrass Music Museum,near the Ohio River in Owensboro, Kentucky.

 

  The Woodstock Festival was from Friday,August 15-Monday,August 18 in 1969. North of the border on Saturday,August 9th,1969 Montrealer Andy Kim began a two week run in the #1 position on the Canadian single charts by doing a cover of a song that was originally a hit for New Yorker (Woodstock was held in New York) Veronica Specter and the Ronettes back in 1963. This song is at position #3591.A little footnote:a Canadian Joni Mitchell writes a song about the Woodstock festival.

 On June 25,1977 George Michael celebrated his 14th birthday. Also on June 25th,1977 a Motown recording act moved into the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100.This song is at position #3586.

 The New York City based recording act at position #3576 has eight (8) songs in the Top 6000 with three (3) of the songs in the Top 1000 and one (1) of them in the Top 300.The group was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2006.

 This Australian female born on October 25,1941 in Melbourne at position #3567 has five (5) songs in the Top 4000 with two songs in the Top 1000 and one song in the Top 500.She became the first Australian to have a #1 single in the United States,win a Grammy Award, and host her own variety show on United States television.Born and raised in Australia, she became a naturalized United States citizen in 1974.In 2002,she retired from performing concerts and recording and now resides in Sydney,Australia and was inducted into the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) Hall of Fame in 2006.

 The LA based rock band at position #3534 place sixteen (16) songs in the Top 4000 with three of them in the Top 1000,and one of them in the Top 500.After Morrison's death in 1971,the remaining members continued as a trio until finally disbanding for good in 1973.Although The groups' active career ended in 1973,their popularity has persisted.According to the RIAA,they have sold over 32.5 million albums in the US alone.The band has sold over 75 million albums worldwide.Ray Manzarek and Robby Krieger still tour sometimes with additional musicians as Manzarek-Krieger,performing Doors songs.In 1993,The Doors were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.In 1998, "Light My Fire" was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame under the category Rock (track).In 2000,"The Doors" were ranked number 32 on VH1's 100 Greatest Hard Rock Artists,and "Light My Fire" was ranked number seven on VH1's Greatest Rock Songs.In 2002,the group was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame under the category Rock (Album).In 2004,"Rolling Stone magazine" ranked The "Doors" #41 on their list of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time.In 2007, the group received a lifetime achievement award at the 2007 Grammy Awards.In 2007,"The Doors" received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.In 2009,"Riders On The Storm" was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame under the category Rock (track).The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time by Rolling Stone magazine includes three studio albums by The Doors; "The Doors" at number 42, "L.A. Woman" at number 362 and "Strange Days" at number 407. The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time by Rolling Stone magazine includes two songs by The Doors:"Light My Fire" at number 35 and "The End" at number 328.The Doors were ranked number 20 on VH1's list of the 100 Greatest Artists of Rock and Roll.The Recording Academy announced the 2010 Grammy Hall Of Fame Inductees,including The Doors' Riders On The Storm.

   The Doors were unusual among rock groups because they rarely used a bass guitar when playing live.Instead, Manzarek played the bass lines with his left hand on the newly invented Fender Rhodes Piano Bass,an offshoot of the Fender Rhodes electric piano,playing other keyboards with his right hand.On their studio albums The Doors did sometimes use bass players,such as Douglas Lubahn,Jerry Scheff,Harvey Brooks,Lonnie Mack,Larry Knechtel,Leroy Vinnegar and Ray Neopolitan.Many of The Doors' original songs were group compositions,with Morrison or Krieger contributing the lyrics and an initial melody, and the others providing harmonic and rhythmic suggestions, or even entire sections of songs, such as Manzarek's organ introduction to "Light My Fire".

 A British pop group,formed in 1976 in Weston-super-Mare,by singer Phil Fursdon and Clive Wilson. The group was formerly known as Alive 'n' Rockin are at position #3519. They had the fourth (4th) biggest song for the entire year of 1979 in Australia (David Kent) with the song at position #3519.It began a four week run at #1 in Australia on  July 30,1979. It also ranked #27 for the entire year of 1979 in the UK.They have another song in the top 6000.

 A group that met as freshmen at Tuskegee Institute (now Tuskegee University) in Alabama in 1968,and signed with Motown in November,1972,at position #3516 have six (6) songs in the Top 5000.These six (6) songs do not include solo recordings by lead singer Lionel Richie.One of their six songs is in the Top 1000.

  At position #3509 is a singer who was born in the US state of Indiana on October 3,1950 (died July 10th,1998 in LA from breast cancer).This is her one and only appearance in the top 6000.This song peaked at #1 in the UK during the week of April 28th,1985. Her son is the R&B singer and record producer,Marc Nelson.

 The lead singer of this sextet at position #3507 was born William John Clifton Haley Jr. In Highland Park,Michigan on July 6th,1925.He died on February 9th,1981.This is the second (2nd) of five (5) appearances for this sextet.One of his five (5) songs is in the Top 100 and ranks very high in the Top 100.

 Born on August 10th,1928 in Plainview,Texas (died June 13,2010 in Varina,Virginia,USA)is the singer at position #3506.Beginning November 6,1961 this songbegan a five week run  at #1 on the Billboard Magazine's (USA) Hot 100.This is the singer?s one and only appearance in the entire top 6000.He is also known for his sausages.

 The former Beatle at #3504 born February 25,1943 in Liverpool,England,UK (died November 29,2001) has seven (7) songs in the Top 4000 with four (4) of those seven (7) in the Top 1000,two of them in the Top 1000 and one (1)of them in the Top 100.

  The song at position #3499 was by a singer who was born on May 5,1937 in Crawfordsville,Arkansas (died May 31,2000 in Dallas) This song was the song that Cash Box Magazine ranked as the #1 song for the entire year of 1976.

 From the 2005 movie "The Dukes Of Hazard" Texan Jessica Simpson does a remake of a song that Nancy Sinatra took to #1 back in 1966.This song is at #3491.Jessica Simpson has five (5) songs in the top 6000.

  Born March 13, 1939 this Brooklyn born singer at position #3472 has eight (8) songs in the Top 4000.

  On Monday,August 31,1998 the song at position #3459 by this UK duo that consisted of vocalist Tunde Baiyewu and keyboard player Paul Tucker from Newcastle upon Tyne went to #1 on the Australian singles chart (ARIA) and spent a week at the top.It only ranked at #75 for the entire year of 1998 in the UK,but in Australia the song ranked at #11 for the entire year of 1998 according to ARIA.The duo scaled down their appearances in early 2003 because of what they called a "heavy promotional schedule" following the release of "Whatever Gets You Through The Day" in 2002. This led to both men pursuing individual projects.Baiyewu is now a solo artist,while Tucker joined a rock band,"The Orange Lights".

 The song at position #3454 was Australia's #1 single for the entire year of 1958.The song was adapted by Gordon Parsons from the original poem "A Pub Without Beer" by Dan Sheahan of Ingham,North Queensland (originally from Newmarket,Ireland).In 1957,"A Pub With No Beer" became the first Australian single to go gold and was the biggest-selling record by an Australian at that time.In 1959,Dusty wrote and recorded a sequel"The Answer To A Pub With No Beer",explaining the reason for the beer delivery truck's failure to arrive and describing the townsmen's efforts to solve the problem.

    In May 2001,Australasian Performing Rights Association (APRA) celebrated its 75th anniversary by naming the Best Australian Songs of all time.As decided by a 100 strong industry panel,"A Pub With No Beer" was ranked fifth (5th) on the list.In June 2008, the song was included in the National Film and Sound Archive's Sounds of Australia registry.

  On Saturday,October 11,1969 the song at position #3452 topped Cash Box Magazine's Singles Chart and stayed there for one week. This is hos third of three (3) songs in the top 5000.The singer of the song born Robert Cabot "Bobby" Sherman, Jr. on July 22, 1943 in Santa Monica,California was a star in the Seattle based TV series "Here Come The Brides."

 At #3443 Jefferson Airplane/Jefferson Starship/Staship out of San Francisco make eleven (11) appearances in the Top 6000.Two (2) of the eleven (11) songs are in the Top 1000 with one of them in the top 500.

  Back to back 70s New England covers of 60s songs. At position #3433 Boston born (March 12,1948) James Taylor in 1977 covers' Jimmy Jones' 1960 hit titled "Handy Man". At position #3432 Steven Tyler & his bean town rock band in the 1978 movie Sgt.Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band cover the fab four's 1969 US #1 hit titled "Come Together".

Taylor was raised in Carrboro,North Carolina.He owns a home in the Town of Washington, Massachusetts in Berkshire County.A five (5) time Grammy Award winner,Taylor was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2000.Aerosmith is the best-selling American rock band of all time,having sold more than 150 million albums worldwide,including 66.5 million albums in the United States alone.They also hold the record for the most gold and multi-platinum albums by an American group.The band has scored 21 Top 40 hits on the Billboard Hot 100,nine #1 Mainstream Rock hits,four Grammy Awards,and ten MTV Video Music Awards.They were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2001,and in 2005 they were ranked #57 in Rolling Stone magazine's 100 Greatest Artists of All Time.

   At position #3408 is a duet consisting of Dale Houston (born April 23,1940 in Seminary,Mississippi-died September 27,2007 of heart failure in Hattiesburg,Mississippi) from Ferriday,Louisianna and Grace Broussard from Prarieville,Louisiana.This song was #1 on the US  Billboard Hot 100 when President John F.Kennedy was assassinated

 

  Written by Hank Williams but Originally a hit for Jo Stafford in 1952 (reaching #3 on the Billboard Singles chart) Liverpool's Gerry & The Pacemakers covered the song in 1964 and managed to place the song at position #3381. Nine years later in 1973 the Blue Ridge Rangers (lead singer former CCR singer John Fogerty) had a hit again with the song peaking at #16 on the Billboard Hot 100.

  UK's T.Rex from 1971 has the song at #3380.It was the group's first number one on the UK Singles Chart,where it remained at the top for six (6) weeks beginning on March 20,1971;the single, however,did not fare as well in the US,where it only peaked at number seventy-two (72) on the Billboard Hot 100.The song reached #47 in Canada in June of 1971.It was also the first T. Rex single to feature both a bass guitar and drums.Its success was propelled by a legendary "Top of the Pops" appearance,where mainman "Marc Bolan" appeared in androgynous clothes and covered in glitter,further solidifying the style of glam rock,first pioneered with his previous single,"Ride a White Swan".

   Three sisters out of Oakland,California with one of their hits from 1984 holds down the #3379 position.

  Born Trinidad L?pez III,on May 15,1937 in  Dallas,Texas the singer of the song at position #3350 is a cover version of a 1962 song. The 1962 version is by a trio that was based out of New York City and is in the Top 200.

 The song at position #3331 is a cover version of a 1966 song. The 1966 version was done by a group from Spain and it is higher up in the countdown.

  A band from Glasgow,Scotland makes their one and only appearance in the top 6000 at position #3327.The band consisted of Geoff and Chris Martyn,Andy Dunlop and Neil Primrose.The song is off the album titled ?The Man Who?, an album that peaked at #1 on the UK album charts for nine (9) non-consecutive weeks between 1999 and 2000.

  The recording act from Berkley,California at postion #3325 has eight (8) songs in the Top 6000 with two (2) of them in the Top 500 and one (1) song in the Top 100.The band has consisted of lead vocalist and guitarist Billie Joe Armstrong,bassist and backing vocalist Mike Dirnt, and drummer Tr? Cool for the majority of its existence.The band has won four (4)Grammy Awards;Best Alternative Album for "Dookie", Best Rock Album for "American Idiot",Record of the Year for "Boulevard of Broken Dreams",and Best Rock Album for the second time for "21st Century Breakdown".

  The recording act at position #3312 was originally called the ?Opposites? was composed of Phil Stewart and Ernie Bringas.They met at Inglewood High School in Inglewood,California.Later extra members joined their group.On February 8th,1964 the song at position #3312 began a two week run in the #4 position on the US Billboard Hot 100.

    Born Annerley Emma Gordon on November 12,1967 in Sheffield,South Yorkshire,England is the singer who has the song at position #3306.In 1999 the song peaked at #2 in the UK,#4 in Australia and #14 in Canada.This is her one and only appearance in the top 6000.

  The song in position #3302 done by an electronic band from Erfurt,Germany is a cover/parody of a song recorded thirty (37) years earlier by a San Francisco Bay area psychedelic rock group.That version is higher up in the countdown.The song at position #3021 reached #3 in the UK and #10 in Australia(ARIA).

  The song in position #3293 would be covered twenty (20) years later by a sixteen (16) year old girl from Norwalk,California.That version of the song is in the Top 2000.

  The band named after the city that is known as the "cradle of liberty" at position #3290 place seven (7) songs in the Top 5000. One of the seven songs is in the Top 400.

  The UK recording act at position #3284 on April 10,1965 began a two week run at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100.The recording at position #3284 act was based around the comic antics of the 5-foot-3-inch-tall (1.60m) Freddie Garrity (born November 14,1936 in Manchester,Lancashire (died May 19,2006)) who was famous for bouncing around the stage with arms and legs flying.

  The song at position #3283 is a cover version of a 1999 song. The original version by a singer from Munich,Germany is in the Top 200."Bob the Builder" is a British children's stop motion television character created by Keith Chapman. Bob appears as a building contractor specialising in masonry in a stop motion animated programme with his colleague Wendy,various neighbours and friends,and their gang of anthropomorphised work-vehicles and equipment (all made of clay).The show is broadcast in many countries,but originates from the United Kingdom where Bob is voiced by British actor Neil Morrissey.The show was later created using CGI animation starting with the spin-off series Ready Steady Build.

  In each episode,Bob and his gang help with renovations,construction,and repairs and with other projects as needed.The show emphasizes conflict resolution,co-operation,socialization and various learning skills.

  On November 9th,1985 the song in the #3275 position hit #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 It was performed by an artist who was born on April 17,1948, in Prague,then Czechoslovakia,today the Czech Republic.It was the theme

 to a very popular current TV show starring "Don Johnson"."Philip Michael Thomas" and "Edward James Olmos".This song is the last instrumental to have topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart to date.It also peaked at number five (5) in the UK.In 1986,the song at position #3275 won Grammy Awards for "Best Instrumental Composition" and "Best Pop Instrumental Performance." This song, along with Glenn Frey's number-two hit (Billboard Hot 100) "You Belong To The City",put the soundtrack album on the top of the U.S. album chart for eleven (11) weeks in 1985,making it the most successful TV soundtrack of all time until 2006 when Disney Channel's High School Musical beat its record.

  The song at position #3265 is by an Italian dance and pop group who found success in 1994 with this song.Although she did not sing on most of the act's hit,Corona is fronted by Brazilian performer Olga Souza.The song is a cover of a song that was released ten (10) years earlier.The version that was released ten (10) years earlier and that original version is still to come in the countdown.The version at #3265 stayed at number one (1) on the Italian music chart for thirteen consecutive weeks.However,the song was not released elsewhere until the following year.A remixed version of the song became a number 2 hit in the United Kingdom in September of 1994.Like other 1990s Eurodance/Hi-NRG songs that eventually became American hits as well,such as "Get Ready For This","Twilight Zone" and "Tribal Dance" by "2 Unlimited" and "Strike It Up", "I Don't Know Anybody Else" and "Everybody Everybody" by Black Box,this song did not catch on in the United States until well after its success had peaked in Europe.By spring 1995, however,the song was all over US radio and clubs, eventually reaching #11 on the Billboard Hot 100.

   The recording act at position #3258 has six (6) songs in the Top 6000,one (1)song is in the Top 500.He was born Steven Demetre Georgiou on July 21,1948 in London.He converted to Islam at the height of his fame,in December of 1977,and adopted his Muslim name,Yusuf Islam,the following year.In 1979,he auctioned all his guitars away for charity and left his music career to devote himself to educational and philanthropic causes in the Muslim community.He has been given several awards for his work in promoting peace in the world,including 2003's World Award,the 2004 Man for Peace Award,and the 2007 Mediterranean Prize for Peace.In 2006,he returned to pop music with his first album of new pop songs in 28 years,entitled "An Other Cup".He now goes professionally by the single name Yusuf.The album,"Roadsinger", was released on May fifth (5th) in 2009.

  The song at #3257 by a band from Andover,Hampshire,England would be covered twenty-six (26) years later.The cover version of #3257 spent 14 weeks at #1 in The UK and is in the Top 100 of this list.The version at position #3257 is a song composed by Reg Presley.It was purportedly inspired by a television transmission of the Joy Strings Salvation Army band,the song was first released as single in the UK in October 1967,peaking at #5 on the UK charts.It went on to reach #7 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the US on May 18,1968.This version features a string quartet and a 'tick tock' sound on percussion.

  Born Cornell Haynes, Jr. on November 2, 1974 in Austin,Texas (raised in St,Louis) is the singer at position #3244 and this is his the seventh of sixteen (16) appearances in the Top 5000,He has three songs in the Top 1000.Two songs in the top 300. And one song in the Top 100 a duet with Texan Kelly Rowland.He won Grammy Awards in 2003 and 2004 and starred in the 2005 remake film The Longest Yard with Adam Sandler and Chris Rock.He has two clothing lines,Vokal and Apple Bottoms.He has been referred to by Peter Shapiro as "one of the biggest stars of the new millennium",and he has sold over 20 million records.On December 11th, 2009 he was ranked as the 3rd Top Overall Artist of the 2000-2009 decade by Billboard Magazine.

  The song at position #3243 was Cash Box Magazine's (USA) #1 single for the entire year of 1961.

  The New Jersey recording act at #3236 has seven (7) songs in the Top 3000 with one of them in the Top 1000.The band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1997.

 Robert Anthony Plant born on August 20,1948 in West Broomwich,England at position #3191 you will find the third of five (5) songs in the Top 6000 for this former Led Zeppelin lead singer. One of his five (5) songs is a duet with Allison Krauss.In 2007 Plant released "Raising Sand",an album produced by T-Bone Burnett with American bluegrass soprano Alison Krauss,which won the 2009 Grammy Award for Album of the Year.

    Making their second of five appearances in the Top 4000. They previously appeared at #3426 and now at #3185.They have two (2) songs in the Top 1000 and one song in the Top 500.The lead singer of the group was born Michael Anthony Orlando Cassavitis to a Greek father and a Puerto Rican mother on April 3,1944 in New York City and was raised in Manhattan's then-notorious Hell's Kitchen.


   The song at position #3182 by this Baltimore group  would be covered and released twelve years later by the King of Rock & Roll.That version can be found in the Top 500 of this list.The recording act at position #3182 is generally acknowledged as R&B?s first vocal group.These Baltimore natives blended rhythm with group harmonies.Dubbing themselves after Maryland?s state bird,The group started the trend of bird groups (The Cardinals,The Crows,The Flamingos,The Larks,The Penguins,The Ravens,The Wrens, etc.). 

  Texan Kelly Clarkson has #3165 with one of her hits from 2003.The song is the second single from pop rock singer's debut album,"Thankful",and her third overall to date.The single was written by Jimmy Harry and produced by Clif Magness.The song is notable for being the first single in which Clarkson explores the "pop rock" element that would later define her career in singles like "Breakaway" and "Since U Been Gone",however the intro guitar riff gives the song a minor R&B element.It opens with a guitar chord strum,played backwards.The music video to the somg features Clarkson driving in a car.During the chorus she is shown singing the song at position #3165 live.The car is presumably her ex's, at the end of the video she pushes it off a cliff.

   Although previous singles,"A Moment Like This" and "Miss Independent",
had been hits,at this point in her career Clarkson was still being dismissed by critics who felt that she was still an American Idol product,and that her two hits had been flukes.They predicted that her career would go downhill with the release of the song at position #3165:and they were right,but only for a little while.The song at position #3165 was a mediocre hit, peaking at number fifty-eight (58) on the Billboard Hot 100.It also yielded disappointing results on several airplay charts,including the Top 40 Tracks and the Hot 100 Airplay,but did a little better by peaking at number fourteen on the Top 40 Mainstream.In the United Kingdom,the song at position #3165 was released as a double A-side single with "The Trouble with Love Is",where it also performed poorly,peaking at number thirty-five (35). It did,however,do a little better in Australia,coming in at number eleven and achieving gold status.
   The song at position #3165 was able to breakthrough on the charts in Canada,where it peaked at number two.After debuting at number fifty-eight (58),the song slowly began climbing up the Canadian Singles Chart.Eight weeks later,the song had made it into the top ten,and eleven weeks following its debut,the song reached the number two position. This came as a surprise to many critics and fans of Clarkson's in other countries around the world.In "High School Musical" auditions,Vanessa Hudgens sang a capella version of the song.

  The song at position #3162 was to be covered nineteen (19) years later.The cover version is yet to come in the countdown. The 1974 version at position #3162 topped the Billboard Hot 100 during Christmas,1974.It was at #1 from December 21-December 28.The lyrics to the verses of the song were originally written as a poem by Chapin's wife,Sandy Chapin, who is credited as the song's co-writer.The poem itself was inspired by the awkward relationship between Sandy Chapin's first husband, James Cashmore, and his father,a New York City politician.She was also inspired by a country song she heard on the radio. More than a year later, after the birth of his own son,Harry added the music and the chorus. Label executive David Geffen selected the song as a single, over Chapin's objections.          Chapin has two songs in the top 6000.This is his second and final appearance. 


 Born John Robert "Joe" Cocker on May 20,1944 in Sheffield,England the recording act at #3151 has seven (7) songs in the Top 6000. One is a duet with Californian Jennifer Warnes. He is the recipient of several awards, including a 1983 Grammy Award for the song he does with Jennifer Warnes. He was ranked #97 on Rolling Stone's 100 greatest singers list.

  Darren Costin,Dave Burnand,Bryan Hitt are the members of this British new wave group from London that record the song that occupies position #3137.The name of the group means ?Yellow Bell? in Chinese.It is also the first note in the Chinese musical scale.This group had much greater success in the USA than in their native UK. The song at position #3137 peaked at #2 on the US Billboard Hot 100.Because of not much success outside of the USA this is the groups? one and only entry in the top 6000.

  This native of Spring Hill,Nova Scotia,Canada with her song at #3130 on October 28th,1978 began a three (3) week run at #1 in Canada.She also managed to spend one week at the Top of the charts south of the border.

  In 1985 there were three songs with the same title as the song at position #3119. The other two songs with the same title are yet to come in the Top 3000.One of them is in the Top 500.

    Lead singer Brenda Reid,her husband Herb Rooney,Carolyn Johnson and Lillian Walker from the borough of Queens in New York City are the members of the group that sing the song that occupies position #3109.The song peaked at #4 on the Billboard US Hot 100 for two (2) weeks beginning the week ending January 19,1963.  

   The song at position #3105 is the song that some musicologists consider the beginning of rock & roll.When the king of rock & roll went into the ?Sun Music Recording Studios? in Memphis,Tennesse on July 5,1954 and recorded this song,they claim rock & roll was born.Although at the time the song only charted locally in Memphis,it charted on both single and album charts later on.

 Paula Abdul with her second song to reach #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 on May 20,1989  and spent two (2) weeks at the top is the song at position #3101.The song is about loyalty in a relationship. The female vocalist proclaims that, despite rumors that others may be interested in her,none of those matter because she will remain faithful to the man she loves; she will remain "forever ...l." The single version differs slightly from the album version,as it uses more of the background male vocal and denser instrumentation.

  Born Ciara Princess Harris on October 25, 1985 in the capital city of 
Austin. This female artist out of the lonestar state artist at position 
#3100 has five (5) songs in the Top 4000. But none are solo acts.Just Like 
she is part of a duet at #3697 she is part of three other duets in the 
countdown;one with Ludacris,one with Missy Elliot & one with Petey Pablo. 
In one song she is part of trio.The other members of that trio are Fat Joe 
& Missy Elliot.One of her duets is in the Top 1000.
   The song at position #3087 by this Philadelphia Virgo born September 18, 
1939 was the #1 song for the entire year of 1959 on Radio Station CHUM from 
Toronto.On Saturday, September 5,1959 he sang this song on the "Dick 
Clark Show".
  On March 27,1976 the song at position #3086 began a six week run at #1 in 
the UK.The song was also the winning song of the Eurovision Song Contest 
1976 in The Hague, Netherlands.The lyrics and music were written by Tony 
Hiller, Lee Sheriden, and Martin Lee,the latter two being members of the band.
This was the third consecutive occasion on which a group had won the contest.

  The song at #3077 is a cover of a song that was released thirty-three 
(33) years prior.That version can be found in the Top 100 of this list. The song at position #3077 spent thirteen (13) weeks at #1 in Canada by this singer who was born on November 30, 1978 in Raleigh,North Carolina.He was the runner-up in season 2 of American Idol.
 
On October 28,1967 the song at position #3074 by this New Jersey group 
went to #1 for a week in Canada.The song peaked at #4 in the USA.This was 
the group's highest charted record with Eddie Brigati singing lead 
vocals.The song featured the haunting sounds of an accordion in the 
background,as well as a trumpet,piano, drums,and strings.This gives the 
feeling of cabaret music.The song came out of the experience with 
Transcendental meditation that the Rascals were involved in.

  Born Bj?rk Gu?mundsd?ttir Icelandic pronunciation::(?pj?r?k
?kv??m?nts?to?ht?r];) in Reykjav?k, Iceland on November 21st,1965 is the 
recording act who sings the song at position #3052.This is her second of 
her only two solo entries in the top 6000.She has previously appeared in 
the countdown with the ?Sugar Cubes?. Now in the third decade of her solo 
career,the artist at position #3052 has developed an eclectic musical style that incorporates aspects of dance,rock,jazz,electronic,classical and avant-garde music.

   The San Francisco Bay area recording act at position #3043 has fifteen 
(15) songs in the Top 6000 with one (1) of them in the Top 1000.The song at position #3043 is an example of 'swamp rock',a genre associated with John Fogerty and Tony Joe White.The guitar setting for the intro is over-driven with amp vibrato on a slow setting;Fogerty uses a Gibson semi-acoustic with humbuckers (which was stolen from his car soon after recording this track).The E7 chord gives the song a strong Southern blues feel.To many,the vocal performance on this track represents a pinnacle in John Fogerty's singing,the performance as a whole is regarded as one of CCR's finest hours. This song opens most of CCR's concerts,and was known as the band's signature song.

  An alternative rock band with members Ben Gibbard,Chris Walla,Nick Harmer and Jason McGerr,formed in 1997 in Bellingham,Washington,USA  have the song at position #3036.Ben Gibbard took the band name from the title of the song written by Neil Innes and Vivian Stanshall and performed by their group,the Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band.The song's name was in turn taken from an invented pulp fiction crime magazine The Uses of Literacy, devised by Richard Hoggart as part of his 1957 study of working class culture. In a 2011 interview,Gibbard stated, "The name was never supposed to be something that someone was going to reference 15 years on.So yeah,I would absolutelygo back and give it a more obvious name.
  This group has one other song in the top 6000.It can be found in the top
1000.

  Born on October 3rd,1984 October 3rd, Richardson,Texas,with a sister 
named Jessica,has the song at position #3024.It is her one and only 
appearance in thin Dallas,Texas,with a sister named Jessica,has the song at position #3024.It is her one and only appearance in the top 6000.This song peaked at #5 on the US Billboard Hot 100 the week of September 18th,2004.

  The song at #3007 will appear again in the Top 3000 with part of the 
recording act at #3007 doing the song.
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