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Listen to every song to be a #1 hit in America in the 1960s.
The Rolling Stones,
Experience that early morning, hands-in-the-air euphoria with these dark house and squelchy acid house track from the established legends and one-hit wonders of the late-'80s and '90s underground house music scene.
Sally may be sneaking cigarettes, booze, and boys into her dorm room, but her heart still belongs to the sweet and innocent hits of Top 40 AM radio.
Simon & Garfunkel,
The Mamas & The Papas,
The Box Tops
Sexy, vintage grooves from the down-and-dirty men (and a few sassy women) of classic blues, soul, and rock & roll. Strut your stuff.
Billy Lee Riley,
Whether you're in love, excited for a big breakfast, or just happy to be alive, you woke up with a smile on your face and plan on keeping it. Let these classic, feel-good soul and pop/rock songs soundtrack your morning routine.
Smokey Robinson & The Miracles,
The Beach Boys,
Listen to songs featured on Matthew Weiner's hit AMC drama, 'Mad Men.'
The Andrews Sisters,
Europopped is a music blog devoted to "all things Eurozone." Listen to a playlist of European pop songs by Poland's Britney Spears, Holland's Justin Bieber, France's Rihanna, Germany's Salt N' Pepa and more.
From Bing and Burl to Mariah and Madonna, these are all the biggest Christmas hits ever recorded. Listen to these favorites of Christmas past for a giant dose of holiday nostalgia.
The Beach Boys,
In late '50s Britain, the young Beatles absorbed a surprisingly eclectic mix of styles, including early rock & roll, pop, jazz, blues, folk, country & western, and swing. Here are the songs that inspired the 20th century's most influential band.