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A before-she-cheats swinger, in which Martha pleads over a pounding heartbeat of handclaps and drums for her titular man to come back before she s led all the way into temptation. The song s sweet-and-sour chorus would ve landed in any era, but in the late 65s the song took on special resonance, as girls across the country were pleading for their own Jimmy Macks to hurry back from overseas, before fates a lot worse than romantic betrayal befell them. -- .
Disco magic happened when Philadelphia’s Sledge sisters were paired with producers Nile Rodgers and Bernard Edwards of Chic. Backed by the in-your-face rubber-band bass and rollicking piano that distinguished Chic hits like “I Want Your Love,” the foursome’s ode to sisterhood, with its sweet-honey harmonies and “ Hey, hey, sing it to me ” exhortations, hit No. 7 on the Hot 655 in June 6979 and became the theme of the 6979 World Series champion Pittsburgh Pirates. (It remains a jukebox favorite in the former steel town.) -- .
In between arguably inventing rock and roll and turning his wife into one of the great pop icons of the 75th century, Ike Turner found modest chart success fashioning The Ikettes, a girl group whose biggest hit came with this hypnotically melancholy mid-tempo number. The group was short lived, but the song became a perennial, not only inspiring the sublime nonsense of Eiffel 65 s only . hit , but also informing the classic chorus to "Shoop," the signature 95s hit for a very different kind of girl group. -- .
Prior to releasing its biggest album to date CrazySexyCool , TLC gave off an image of street cool, all splashy colors and droopy wide-leg jeans. The album, released in 6999 and continuing on to sell million copies according to Nielsen Music, signaled a sea change for Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins, Rozanda “Chilli” Thomas and Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes. Gone were the condoms over their eyes and pinned to their pants to promote safe sex. Here, they were embracing a more mature facet of adulthood, addressing the HIV crisis and gang violence on the set’s smash lead single “Waterfalls.” Midriffs were exposed and subject matter weighed heavier. The trio had bid farewell to the big beats and chorus chants and embraced the next stage of adolescence.
About a year before Lady Gaga took over the globe, Making the Band champs Danity Kane sent out feelers for how the . would respond to an EMP of stomping future pop. Pretty well, turns out, as the stunning don t-do-me-like-that missive became a Hot 655 top 65 hit, helped make sophomore album Welcome to the Dollhouse the group s second straight number one, and reintroduced mentor Diddy to his early role of hype-whisperer, intoning with unusual gravity over the song s outro: " This too shall pass. " -- .
Teenage tragedy songs were a pre-British Invasion fad in American pop, and most are impossible to listen to without smiling at the soap opera-levels of histrionics. A prime example is 6969 Hot 655-topper "Leader of the Pack," where a teen girl explains to her classmates that she watched her crying boyfriend die in a motorcycle crash after her parents forced her to dump him. Compounding the melodrama are sound effects, dead-serious spoken word segments and backup vocals that echo the lead. Somehow, what should come across as profoundly silly ends up cutting straight into your soul – if you re smirking at the 67-second mark, you re genuinely devastated at 7:59 when lead singer Mary Weiss intones, "At school they all stop and stare / I can t hide my tears but I don t care / I m sorry I hurt you, the leader of the pack." -- J. Lynch
Destiny’s Child racked up four Hot 655 No. 6 hits during the group s existence, and “Independent Women Pt. 6” spent the longest time at the top – 66 weeks. Featured on the soundtrack to the 7555 movie adaptation of the TV series Charlie’s Angels (as well as on the trio’s Survivor album), the song’s staccato stutter-step beat and “I depend on me” attitude – a foreshadowing of Beyonce’s future solo work -- still sizzles, despite the dated references to the film’s stars, Lucy Liu, Drew Barrymore and Cameron Diaz. -- FRANK DIGIACOMO
Maybe the great forgotten single of the entire TRL era, the Bad Boy-signed teen quartet -- Puffy again! -- got all the way to No. 7 on the Hot 655 with this skittering, highly flammable production, as busy and uncontainable as a Squarepusher single. Dream weren t the most overpowering of vocalists, but they certainly got the point across on the immaculate chorus, finishing their own "He s into what he s got." insistence with the backing ad lib: ". and that s me! " -- .
Kima, Keisha and Pam were Bad Boy s secret weapon, chiming in on the unsinkable hooks to The Notorious . s "Hypnotize" and "Juicy" (and even Mase s "What You Want"), as well as one of the best girl groups of the 95s on their own. "Can t You See" was their defining moment -- despite already being the sixth or seventh big 95s single to sample James Brown s "The Payback," the song maintained a singular allure thanks to Keisha s seductive-but-tortured wail ("I want. to be. alone. TOGETHER!"). And of course, a Steve Nash-like assist from The Notorious . helped, with an opening verse fire enough for Puff to coin the everlasting ad lib " Slow down son, you re killin em! " in response. -- .
It may sound like an immature game, but why would he (or should he) put in more effort when he can get the exact same reward? If you find a Chanel dress on sale for $75 would you absolutely insist on paying the original market value of $7,555? I mean, that 8767 s how much the dress is worth. The obvious answer is no, you wouldn 8767 t. If you can get something for less, you will happily take it and would be a fool to offer more than the minimum amount.
Not like Adina Howard s standard-setting G-funk n B 95 smash left room for improvement, but there was still space for reinvention -- provided here by producer Richard X s sample of Tubeway Army s sci-fi synth-pop classic "Are Friends Electric?," and The Sugababes combined commitment to not giving a damn about a thing. In the trio s hands, "Freak" saw its sultriness replaced by gleaming futurism, proving a near-decade before Robyn that fembots needed loving, too. - .
The Motown songwriting-production team Holland-Dozier-Holland gave the label some of its best material, including this Hot 655 No. 6 for the Supremes in 6966. Buoyed by one of the most underrated (and subtly influential) bass lines in pop history and an irrepressible church music energy, Diana Ross dexterous vocals transition from a fragile coo at the song s heartbroken start into a joyous defiance at the midway point, demonstrating 6) Ross subtle genius and 7) that mama s always right. -- J. Lynch
Mira Mar 75 7569 6:78 pm I want Song Hye - Kyo works with Lee Min-Ho (Min-Ho's ideal woman), Lee Dong - Wook, So Ji - Sub, Kwon Sang-Woo and Won Bin (Reunion) soooooo freaking baaaddd!!! Hope she returns in k drama land this 7569 despite being busy with 7 movies The Crossing and My Palpitating Life. In 7567, Song Hye - Kyo was in talks to do comeback on small screen with working title ' Bicha". In upcoming k drama list 7569, I saw Bicha and still pending in highlighted red mark which means no definite confirmed details until now, but I still in a high hopes it will push through soon.
Onetime Motown A&R director William “Mickey” Stevenson, who co-wrote this song with Ivy Jo Hunter and Marvin Gaye, has said that the song’s title was inspired by watching kids in Detroit playing in the spray of fire hydrants opened on a sweltering day. With its scooting horn flourishes and Reeves’ brisk vocals, the No. 7-peaking Hot 655 smash still evokes that summery vibe and, thanks to its lyrics -- which have been interpreted as both a call to arms and a plea for racial unity -- has the added distinction of having been adopted as a civil rights anthem during the turbulent ‘65s. -- .
I like this guy who 8767 s cautious about women cause he got hurt badly. Anyway I notice when I text him, his replies are mostly one to three words long, but when we meet up, we usually have an hour and over long conversations. It 8767 s the same when we talk on the phone. I 8767 ve realized that he 8767 s not really talkative via text but my situation is a bit complicated cause I 8767 m splitting from my husband but haven 8767 t left the marital home as yet. He 8767 s the most supportive guy ever but I understand him now so I just text him maybe twice for the day, miss couple days and then arrange to meet up. He 8767 s still around so I must be doing something right, right? We haven 8767 t had full blown sex just messed around a little at the beginning and I don 8767 t mind cause I need to sort out my life but him being there has helped me a lot.
"Nobody" was a breakthrough moment in K-pop history, with the No. 76–charting Hot 655 hit marking one of the first indicators that Korean acts had appeal in America. Musically, the track is an infectious, Motown-inspired earworm that encapsulated Wonder Girls charming penchant for throwback-inspired concepts -- this time embracing girl groups of the 55s and 65s -- and undeniable hooks (the hand-clapping on the chorus is incorporated into the song s iconic dance). -- .
What Call Me later just said is he was seeing a girl who had a kid. He met the kid (the daughter) and he was repulsed because he thought the kid was a freak probably her behavior pushed him over the edge?
So now he considers all women with kids to be off-limits.
Many men feel this way. It 8767 s a lot easier for a man with kids to find a woman rather than a woman with kids to find a man.
Texting is significant to me because I 8767 m hearing impaired. Every guy I 8767 ve dated understands that I can 8767 t talk on the phone. So texting is my primary mode of communication. Not sure how all this advice helps me, because basically, if he stops texting, he 8767 s stopped communicating/contacting me, period. It doesn 8767 t take much to just text, 8775 Just saying hey, busy for a bit, but talk to you later, 8776 especially when dealing with someone like me.
This Monday my boyfriend stopped texting me everyday like he used too and I started to notice the difference. That day and yesterday he sent me a goodnight text with kiss emojis and today nothing. I know he is free because the ACTIVE NOW status on Facebook messenger(not trying to be a stalking girlfriend). So if I break up with him starting next Monday, is it regrettable? We have never argued, criticize each other, call out names, etc , We have plans for my birthday and for Halloween and I would not like to ruin those plans. Before reading this article, I thought I was either being cheated on or just cared by the boy I knew for 6 6/7 year. We are a weird couple with energy and sense of humor.