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Wallpaper: Tubular Bells

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Desktop: Wallpaper Bono

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Wallpaper: The Wall II

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Wallpaper: Nothing Compares

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Wallpaper: Guitar Player in Black

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Wallpaper: Blondie

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Pop-Up Video: Say, Say, Say (1983)

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Say Say Say Single: Paul McCartney & Michael Jackson Album: Pipes of Peace B-side: Ode to a Koala Bear Released: October 3, 1983 Genre: Post-disco, funk-pop Songwriters: Paul McCartney & Michael Jackson "Say Say Say," written by Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson ,  was a Number 1 hit in the United States and reached Number 2 in the United Kingdom. Billboard magazine listed it the 50th biggest hit of all time. In a Rolling Stone readers poll, it was voted the 9th best collaboration of all time.

Wallpaper: Slide

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Wallpaper: Guitar, Gently Weeping

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Tapestry: Rolling Stone's #25 of 500 Greatest Albums List

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Tapestry Studio album: Carole King Released: February 10, 1971 Genre: Soft rock, pop Writer: Carole King Singles from Tapestry It's Too Late/I Feel the Earth Move So Far Away/Smackwater Jack Tapestry , the second album by Carole King , received four Grammy Awards in 1971, including Album of the Year. The lead singles from the album—"It's Too Late" and "I Feel the Earth Move"—spent five weeks at number one on both the Billboard Hot 100 and Easy Listening charts.  Second only to  Pink Floyd 's 724 weeks with  The Dark Side of the Moon , Tapestry remained on the Billboard charts for 313 weeks.   James Taylor 's cover of " You've Got a Friend " hit number one in the US while the album was still on the charts.  Barbra Streisand 's recording of " Where You Lead " reached number 40. In 2000, Colin Larkin numbered it 74 in his All Time Top 1000 Albums. It ranked number 25 on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 greatest albums

Wallpaper: Sheryl Crow

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Wallpaper: Aja II

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Wallpaper: Slim Shady II

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Pop-Up Video: "D'Ya Think I'm Sexy" (1979)

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Da Ya Think I'm Sexy Single by: Rod Stewart Released: November 10, 1978 Genre: Disco "Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?" by Rod Stewart , known for his soulful blues and folk ballads, was a disco song that alienated many of his old fans who remembered Rod as a member of a hard-rocking group, The Faces . The track spent four weeks atop the US Billboard Hot 100  and ranked number four on their  Top Singles of 1979 year-end chart.  Stewart earned Grammy nominations in three different genres in 1980. "Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?" was nominated for Best Pop Vocal, Male, and for Best Disco Recording. For his rock fans, he was nominated Best Rock Vocal Performance, Male, for " Blondes (Have More Fun) ." Rolling Stone magazine ranked Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?" at Number 308 in its 2004 list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.

Wallpaper: Eddie Van Halen

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Wallpaper: Brick In the Wall

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Harry Belafonte: Banana Boat Song

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Day-O (The Banana Boat Song) Single: Harry Belafonte Album: Calypso Language: Jamaican Patois B-side: "Star-O" Released: 1956 Genre: Mento Songwriters: Traditional, arranged:  Harry Belafonte, William Attaway, Lord Burgess "Day-O (The Banana Boat Song)" is traditional Jamaican folk music; a call and response song of dock workers loading bananas onto ships. The daylight's come, the shift is over, they want their work counted and to go home. 

Wallpaper: Slim Shady

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Wallpaper: Freddie Mercury

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Susie-Q: One of 500 Songs that Shaped Rock & Roll

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Susie-Q Single: Dale Hawkins B-side: Don't Treat Me This Way Released: May 1957 Genre: Rockabilly Songwriters: Dale Hawkins, Robert Chaisson Dale Hawkins recorded "Susie Q" towards the end of the rockabilly era in 1957. His cousin, Ronnie Hawkins , released a version of the song with the Hawks, later known as The Band .  Notable live performances of "Susie Q" include Johnny Rivers ' cover on his album Meanwhile Back at the Whisky à Go Go and the Everly Brothers ' version on their LP The Everly Brothers Show . Dale's original version is listed in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's " 500 Songs that Shaped Rock and Roll ." 

Wallpaper: Gloria Estefan

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Wallpaper: INXS

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Wallpaper: Modern Music

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One-hit Wonders: Thomas Dolby (1982)

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She Blinded Me with Science Single: Thomas Dolby Album: The Golden Age of Wireless Released: 1982 Genre: Synth-pop, new wave Songwriters: Thomas Dolby, Jo Kerr Producer: Thomas Dolby "She Blinded Me with Science" by Thomas Dolby , released in 1982, peaked at Number 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States. His only hit in the US, the tune ranked  Number 13 on VH1's "100 Greatest One Hit Wonders of the 80s" and Number 76 on their list of "Greatest Songs of the '80s." In 2002, the network named it Number 20 on its list of the "100 Greatest One-hit Wonders." The song barely made the Top 60 in Dolby's native United Kingdom, peaking at Number 56 on the UK Singles Chart.

Wallpaper: Werewolf of London

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Wallpaper: Gold Gramophone

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Wallpaper: Sing It Again, Rod

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Every Picture Tells a Story: Rolling Stone's #177 of 500 Greatest Albums of All Time

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Every Picture Tells a Story Studio album: Rod Stewart Released: May 28, 1971 Genre: Roots rock Producer: Rod Stewart Every Picture Tells a Story, Rod Stewart 's third studio album, went to number one on both the UK and US charts.  It ranked third place in the Jazz & Pop critics' poll for best album of 1971. Rolling Stone's magazine lists it number 177 of the 500 greatest albums of all time. The LP spawned three singles in the US: the double A-sided "Reason to Believe"/"Maggie May" and "I Know I'm Losing You."