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       I grew up listening to my parents' radios blasting the 'oldies' and a lot of classic rock and country. Every now and then it's kind of nice to listen to this type of music again because they are all great. When these songs were produced, there was no autotune and the composition always sounded full and rich; there's a reason they are so easy to listen to and that they are considered "classics". 
"I Want You Back" The Jackson 5
"Brandy (You're A Fine Girl)" Looking Glass
"Your Song" Elton John
"Addicted to Love" Robert Palmer
"Cold As Ice" Foreigner
"Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch" The Four Tops
"Only The Good Die Young" Billy Joel
"Any Way You Want It" Journey
"No Sleep Till Brooklyn" Beastie Boys
"Hotel California" The Eagles
"Fire And Rain" James Taylor
"Operator (That's Not The Way It Feels)" Jim Croce
"Small Town" John Mellencamp
"Man In Black" Johnny Cash
"Everyday" Buddy Holly
"Wouldn't It Be Nice" Beach Boys
"I'm Into Something Good" Herman's Hermits
"Eleanor Rigby" The Beatles
"Mr. Blue Sky" Electric Light Orchestra
"Bohemian Rhapsody" Queen
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