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Recently Saved by mark5four0 on December 01, 2011
First saved by wardeckm on November 19, 2008
#10- 12 Top Hits (featuring the finest in top hit entertainment) Have you ever been to one of those parties where everyone sits expectantly and watches two people dance around like retards in a retard shop? Right. No one has, because those parties don't happen. Maybe it was a simpler time when songs like Poor Little Fool and Splish Splash had some kind of mind controlling power over teenagers. It caused them to pull their pants up too high and wear the worst socks ever made. No wonder there was such condemnation of Rock and Roll in the fifties. Look at what it did to their stupid kids. Granted, this one isnt terribly offensive, but they get worse.
#9- Joyce Thats right, just Joyce. It practically sells itself. For as much as 50 cents, judging by the price tag. Kudos to the marketing genius who came up with this layout. Heres Joyces big day: Hello, Joyce residence Hi, Joyce? This is Artie, your producer. We got the photographer to come in today, so grab an extra bottle of aqua-net and get over here. Something with rainbow colors, or whatever you have on. I dont know what the background is going to be. Great! I just got new glasses. I think they make my head look less human. err good. Wear them. Bring a flower or something to accentuate your cheekbones Little known fact about Joyce: She started the whole one name thing for singers. Madonna, Cher, Prince, Pantera all Joyce wannabes.
#8- The McKeithens The lost art of using an Olan Mills family portrait as your album cover is lost for a reason, and this is it. Polyester as far as the eye can see, and some insane woman wearing the worlds largest ball of twine on her head. The McKeithen family from left to right- Marsha, JoJack, Ma, and Jebediah. They were as functional as you would imagine any Christian family singing group would be.