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World's Worst iPod

 
It's back! Every Wednesday at 7:15, we play songs from the horrible iPod Kitty found while dumpster diving.
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World's Worst iPod: Patrick Hernandez "Born to be Alive"

A lot of disco lovers must have been tuning in, because Wednesday's World's Worst iPod song seemed to get more yes votes than just about any other song we've ever featured.

The song made it up to #16 in the United States,and was the only hit for Patrick Hernandez, a French singer who was born (to be alive) in Spain.

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World's Worst iPod: Eric Carmen "Make Me Lose Control"

For some reason, both Jonathan and Kitty had a special place in their hearts for this 1988 hit by Eric Carmen.

"Make Me Lose Control" was a follow-up to "Hungry Eyes," which was on the Dirty Dancing soundtrack. It never appeared on an Eric Carmen album until it showed up on some greatest hits compilations.

The listeners did not share our enthusiasm for this '80s rock anthem, so it didn't play on the air. But lucky you, you can click below and be transported back to days of big hair and stonewashed jeans. If you get really adventurous, you can tool around youtube and find his 1970's hit "All By Myself," another World's Worst iPod selection.

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World's Worst iPod: M. McCoo and Billy Davis Jr " You Don't Have to be a Star...

Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis Jr. were already big stars in 1976 when they released the song "You Don't Have To Be A Star To Be In My Show). The husband and wife team were former members of the hit group The 5th Dimension.

This song was on the charts in 1976-77 and went all the way to Number One on the Pop and Soul Charts.

While Kitty has memories of singing this song with her previous co-host John Urban, he of course has no member of that. Thanks for calling in and sharing that with us Mr. Urban!


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World's Worst iPod: Patrick Hernandez "Born to be Alive"
A lot of disco lovers must have been tuning in, because Wednesday's World's Worst iPod song seemed to get more yes votes than just about any other song we've ever featured. The song made it up to #16 in the United States,and was the only...
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World's Worst iPod: Eric Carmen "Make Me Lose Control"
For some reason, both Jonathan and Kitty had a special place in their hearts for this 1988 hit by Eric Carmen. "Make Me Lose Control" was a follow-up to "Hungry Eyes," which was on the Dirty Dancing soundtrack. It never appeared on an Eric Carmen...
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World's Worst iPod: M. McCoo and Billy Davis Jr " You Don't Have to be a Star...
Marilyn McCoo and Billy Davis Jr. were already big stars in 1976 when they released the song "You Don't Have To Be A Star To Be In My Show). The husband and wife team were former members of the hit group The 5th Dimension. This song was on the...
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