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  1. Standard member uzless
    The So Fist
    23 Dec '09 06:03 / 1 edit
    Need to come up with a playlist with about 50 songs for a group of average music listeners in the 27-40 age range for a new years eve party. The music tastes range but new country/rap/slow sleepy music will not be part of my list.

    Care to suggest any songs that most AVERAGE people will like and perhaps even tap a few toes to?
  2. 23 Dec '09 08:04
    B52's - Love Shack
  3. Standard member karoly aczel
    the Devil himself
    23 Dec '09 15:28
    Originally posted by uzless
    Need to come up with a playlist with about 50 songs for a group of average music listeners in the 27-40 age range for a new years eve party. The music tastes range but new country/rap/slow sleepy music will not be part of my list.

    Care to suggest any songs that most AVERAGE people will like and perhaps even tap a few toes to?
    Been Caught Stealin'-Janes Addiction
    Smells like Teen Spirit-Nirvana
    Tribute-Tenacious D
  4. 23 Dec '09 15:42
    Originally posted by uzless
    Need to come up with a playlist with about 50 songs for a group of average music listeners in the 27-40 age range for a new years eve party. The music tastes range but new country/rap/slow sleepy music will not be part of my list.

    Care to suggest any songs that most AVERAGE people will like and perhaps even tap a few toes to?
    People tend to always favor what was popular when they were in high school or shortly after. Go back 12-15 years and use those songs circa 1992-1997...I guess a bunch of grunge and throw in some Chili Peppers and Metallicca.
  5. Standard member Palynka
    Upward Spiral
    23 Dec '09 16:04
    Smells like Bootylicious.
    YouTube

    WINNAR!
  6. 23 Dec '09 19:18
    Originally posted by badmoon
    People tend to always favor what was popular when they were in high school or shortly after. Go back 12-15 years and use those songs circa 1992-1997...I guess a bunch of grunge and throw in some Chili Peppers and Metallicca.
    Someone who is 40 was not in high school in the 90's. 😉
  7. Standard member Palynka
    Upward Spiral
    23 Dec '09 19:45
    Rock the Casbah - The Clash
  8. 23 Dec '09 20:06
    britney spears... all night long.
  9. Standard member rbmorris
    Vampyroteuthis
    23 Dec '09 20:39
  10. 24 Dec '09 18:21
    Originally posted by Badwater
    Someone who is 40 was not in high school in the 90's. 😉
    Guess you're right. Better end the list with songs released no later than 91. So I would say rock and popular danceable tunes released from 77-91.
  11. 24 Dec '09 21:24
    Save it for later - english beat
  12. 24 Dec '09 21:24
    Originally posted by badmoon
    People tend to always favor what was popular when they were in high school or shortly after. Go back 12-15 years and use those songs circa 1992-1997...I guess a bunch of grunge and throw in some Chili Peppers and Metallicca.
    Party killer
  13. 24 Dec '09 21:26
    Originally posted by badmoon
    Guess you're right. Better end the list with songs released no later than 91. So I would say rock and popular danceable tunes released from 77-91.
    Badmoon - folks from my generation appreciatemusic from all decades and eras.
  14. 25 Dec '09 19:34
    Originally posted by darvlay
    Badmoon - folks from my generation appreciatemusic from all decades and eras.
    You dig music, Darv. I'm sure that you'd lend an ear to any new sounds, even if they're old sounds. Not sure what the heck that means but anyway don't you agree that we are all always attached to what we heard when we were really getting to know what we actually liked?

    I'm not tripping, really.
  15. 29 Dec '09 18:09
    Mozart's Horn Concerto, 4, Rondo

    😉