sancho839;1563973 said:i'm gonna say Semi-Charmed Life by Third Eye Blind. but i'm way too lazy to put a video up.
afterstasis;1563610 said:blondie - dreamingone of the most underrated 80's pop singles, in my opinion.
Fizzeler;1570973 said:Totally forgot this awesome pop single that helped one of my favorite Prog bandsYes - Owner Of A Lonely Hearthttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ELpmmeT69cEI believe this song is classified as pop although the group does mostly prog this song was different
thedoorsdk;1571239 said:I think the entire 90125 album is brilliant, particularly from a production standpoint.And you know Trevor Rabin was just like, "I'm gonna make a hit record," and that's exactly what he did. I don't think that record was meant to be taken as anything more than an album with a lot of commercial appeal, which a lot of Yes fans seem to neglect.But yeah, early Yes is obviously superior.
thedoorsdk;1571268 said:Even Big Generator?Union?I loathe these albums, although Union has some great stuff on it (Lift Me Up, good lord! Easily top 3 songs of the Rabin era).
JukeBoxHero;1571309 said:Yeah, I don't go about saying it often but I am a Yes fanatic. Big Generator and Union are not too bad, not my favorites though. That would go to The Yes Album and Close to the Edge(although I absolutely love everything from the debut to Drama).
Bub;1572023 said:Hey, it's the poppiest Nirvana tune I think Kurt has ever written.
afterstasis;1572057 said:i always thought "on a plain" was kurt's poppiest tune.