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Lionel Ritchie: Hello (Pop-Up Video)

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Hello Single: Lionel Richie Album: Can't Slow Down Released: February 13, 1984 Genre: Pop, R&B, Soft Rock Songwriter: Lionel Richie "Hello" by Lionel Richie was the second number 1 song released from his sophomore solo effort, Can't Slow Down.  The other chart topper was " All Night Long (All Night). "  In total, the LP spawned five singles, including " Running with the Night , " " Stuck on You , " and " Penny Lover . "   The  biggest-selling album in the history of Motown Records, Can't Slow Down won the 1984 Grammy for Album of the Year. The video for "Hello" was voted the worst music video of all time in a poll of 8,000 music fans by UK TV music channel The Box.

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I'm Eighteen: One of 500 Songs that Shaped Rock & Roll

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I'm Eighteen Single by: Alice Cooper Album: Love It to Death Released: November 1970 Genre: Hard rock, glam rock Songwriters: Alice Cooper, Michael Bruce, Glen Buxton, Dennis Dunaway, Neal Smith " I'm Eighteen , " from their third album  Love It to Death , was  Alice Cooper 's breakthrough hit, reaching number 21 on the Billboard Hot 100 single's chart. The song describes the frustrations of being an American teenager. According to the group's drummer, Neal Smith:  "It was a song about growing up in the '60s, with lines in it like you could go to war but you couldn't vote. We had no idea it would become an anthem; we were just thinking it would be a cool song."

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Tumbleweed Connection: Rolling Stone's #458 of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time

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Tumbleweed Connection Studio album: Elton John Released: October 30, 1970 Recorded: March 1970 Genre: Roots rock, country rock Tumbleweed Connection is Elton John 's third studio album. His attempt at American country and western themes, it reached number 2 on the UK Albums Chart and number 5 on the US Billboard 200 chart.  No singles were released from the album in the US. It was certified platinum in the US in August 1998.   In 2012, Rolling Stone magazine ranked Tumbleweed Connection number 458 of the 500 greatest albums of all time.