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Wallpaper: Sax

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One Hit Wonders: Soft Cell (1982)

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Soft Cell Tainted Love Album: Non-Stop Erotic Cabaret A-side: "Tainted Love" / "Where Did Our Love Go" B-side: "Memorabilia" / Tainted Dub Released: July 17, 1981 (UK) Released: January 16, 1982 (US) Recorded: December 1980 Songwriter: Ed Cobb Although  Soft Cell had several hits in the UK, they only charted once in the USA.  A  Rolling Stone's  readers poll of the  Top 10 One-Hit Wonders of All Time, dated May of 2011, ranked "Tainted Love" by Soft Cell at number 5 . It's listed at number five on VH1's 100 Greatest One Hit Wonders of the 1980s   and number 2 on their all time 100 Greatest One-Hit Wonders,

Christmas Wallpaper: Gold Ornament

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 Christmas Wallpaper Desktop  Gold Ornament

Christmas: From Post Modern Jukebox

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On their website, Postmodern Jukebox announced: Even though holiday repertoire doesn’t necessarily fit the typical PMJ mold of “new song turned vintage,” there’s something timeless about holiday songs that evoke the same feelings of nostalgia that we also try to give listeners.

Christmas Songs #1: White Christmas Bing Crosby (1942)

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Number 1 : Festive Christmas Songs Good Housekeeping: Nov. 30, 2019 White Christmas  Bing Crosby (1942) Bing Crosby's classic hit about a picturesque Christmas scene is one of the most popular holiday songs ever.  Guinness World Records named it the best-selling single of all time.

Christmas Songs #2: I'll Be Home For Christmas Bing Crosby(1943)

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Number 2 : Festive Christmas Songs Good Housekeeping: Nov. 30, 2019 I'll Be Home For Christmas  Bing Crosby  (1943) Bing Crosby holds the top two spots on Good Housekeeping magazine's 2019 list of favorite Christmas songs.  This heartfelt holiday tune is a moving tribute to the soldiers fighting in World War II.

Christmas Wallpaper: Red Ornament

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Christmas Wallpaper Desktop Red Ornament

Christmas Songs #3: Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas by Judy Garland (1944)

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Number 3 : Festive Christmas Songs Good Housekeeping: Nov. 30, 2019 Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas Judy Garland (1944) Judy Garland originally recorded this soft Christmas song for the musical Meet Me in St. Louis, which is about four daughters coming of age while getting ready to move to New York. 

Christmas Songs #4. The Christmas Song by Nat King Cole (1946)

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Number 4 : Festive Christmas Songs Good Housekeeping: Nov. 30, 2019 The Christmas Song  Nat King Cole (1946) Everyone knows this holiday song, so it barely needs a name — it's the one where Nat King Cole sings, "Chestnuts roasting on an open fire." It's so popular that it was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 1974. 

Christmas Songs #5: Frosty the Snowman by Gene Autry (1947)

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Number 5 : Festive Christmas Songs Good Housekeeping: Nov. 30, 2019 Frosty the Snowman  Gene Autry  (1947) Gene Autry is the performer behind this song and "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer," so it's a voice you've been attached to since you were a little kid. 

Christmas Wallpaper: Snowflake

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 Christmas Wallpaper Desktop Snowflake

Christmas Songs #6: Let It Snow! by Frank Sinatra (1948)

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Number 6 : Festive Christmas Songs Good Housekeeping: Nov. 30, 2019 Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Frank Sinatra (1948) This jazzy holiday song by Frank Sinatra is about that cold winter weather we all have a love-hate relationship with. Although it wasn't on his original Christmas album, it was featured on the updated compilation album.

Christmas Songs #7: Santa Baby by Eartha Kitt (1953)

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Number 7 : Festive Christmas Songs Good Housekeeping: Nov. 30, 2019 Santa Baby  Eartha Kitt  (1953) This cheeky song by Eartha Kitt is about wanting some pretty extravagant Christmas gifts. Even though this is a holiday tune, it's one of her most well-known songs ever. 

Christmas Wallpaper: Blue Wreath

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 Christmas Wallpaper Desktop Blue Wreath