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Ha! Frank wondered if there would be any alternate matches. This one uses a previously used song, though I can't get over the fact that there's actually a "Sensation" song in the game with INXS....

21. Overnight SENSATION + 95. Those Were The DAYS = 91. INXS (NEW SENSATION) + 23. Chicago (OLD DAYS)

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86. Goo Goo Dolls (BLACK) + 37. Yellow BALLOON = 14. Billy Idol (WHITE) + 74. The WEDDING song

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Ha! Frank wondered if there would be any alternate matches. This one uses a previously used song, though I can't get over the fact that there's actually a "Sensation" song in the game with INXS....

21. Overnight SENSATION + 95. Those Were The DAYS = 91. INXS (NEW SENSATION) + 23. Chicago (OLD DAYS)


Yeah, I realized too late that this might screw things up. It will straighten itself out.


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I got just one and it's probably an alternate.

53. Get Out of My DREAMS Get Into My Car + 63. No More TEARS (Enough Is Enough) = 1. Beyoncé (SWEET DREAMS) + 91. INXS (BITTER TEARS)


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I got just one and it's probably an alternate.

53. Get Out of My DREAMS Get Into My Car + 63. No More TEARS (Enough Is Enough) = 1. Beyoncé (SWEET DREAMS) + 91. INXS (BITTER TEARS)


Yes, it is. Dang. INXS managed to get themselves into TWO alternates!


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94. JUST LIKE Me + 52. WHAT THE World... + HEAVEN/HELL = JUST LIKE HEAVEN (12. THE CURE) + WHAT THE HELL (40. AVRIL LAVIGNE)

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And this might be a better match with INXS:

13. ...Friend OF MINE + 45. Living INSIDE Myself + ANGEL/DEVIL = ANGEL OF MINE (58. MONICA) + DEVIL INSIDE (91. INXS)

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90. BE MY BABY + 61. MY LOVE + ALWAYS/NEVER = ALWAYS BE MY BABY (31. MARIAH CAREY) + NEVER MY LOVE (7. THE ASSOCIATION)

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97. You TURN ME On... + 34. HOLD ME Now + LOOSE/TIGHT = TURN ME LOOSE (22. LOVERBOY) + HOLD ME TIGHT (72. JOHNNY NASH)

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85. A hymn to HIM + 36. DO YOU really want to hurt me? + FORGET/REMEMBER = FORGET HIM (88. Gary Lewis and the Playboys) + DO YOU REMEMBER (20. Phil Collins)

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85. A hymn to HIM + 36. DO YOU really want to hurt me? + FORGET/REMEMBER = FORGET HIM (88. Gary Lewis and the Playboys) + DO YOU REMEMBER (20. Phil Collins)


Bobby Rydell also did Forget Him. Just in case we need that to make the matches work.


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83. There. I Said It AGAIN + 61. MY LOVE = 10. The Cars (HELLO AGAIN) + 93. James Brown (GOODBYE MY LOVE)

And naturally, the hardest working man in this Tangredi game comes up again in my next match I find.... so one of these has to be an alternate...

39. Skinny LEGS and All + 51. Gonna Make You SWEAT = 2. Rod Stewart (HOT Legs) + 93. James Brown (COLD SWEAT)

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85. A hymn to HIM + 36. DO YOU really want to hurt me? + FORGET/REMEMBER = FORGET HIM (88. Gary Lewis and the Playboys) + DO YOU REMEMBER (20. Phil Collins)


Bobby Rydell also did Forget Him. Just in case we need that to make the matches work.


I'm betting on Rydell. I have a feeling that we may need "This Diamond Ring" to make "Diamond Girl" for Seals & Crofts. Of course, we'll have to find a "Boy" song to pair with it. There are only, like, 38,000 "Boy" songs out there.

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83. There. I Said It AGAIN + 61. MY LOVE = 10. The Cars (HELLO AGAIN) + 93. James Brown (GOODBYE MY LOVE)

And naturally, the hardest working man in this Tangredi game comes up again in my next match I find.... so one of these has to be an alternate...

39. Skinny LEGS and All + 51. Gonna Make You SWEAT = 2. Rod Stewart (HOT Legs) + 93. James Brown (COLD SWEAT)


I think the Hot Legs/Cold Sweat match is correct. There are a lot of "Goodbye" songs out there, so we're probably looking for a more well-known one.

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Aha... I found this one:

54. SHAKE IT Off + 78. FOLLOW YOU Follow Me + UP/DOWN = SHAKE IT UP (10. THE CARS) + FOLLOW YOU DOWN (27. GIN BLOSSOMS)

"Follow You Down" has to be correct. If "Shake It Up" is the correct match to it, then we know that the Cars can't go into the Hello/Goodbye match and the Hot Legs/Cold Sweat match is correct. Too bad that we don't have Neil Diamond in this game because he also had a hit called "Hello Again".

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Time for another consolidation. We have an unexpected (and unnecessary, IMHO) snow day here in river country, so I'll try to knock out a few more of these while I'm procrastinating today.

1. SINGLE LADIES (PUT A RING ON IT), Beyonce
*2. MAGGIE MAY, Rod Stewart
3. IT HURTS TO BE IN LOVE, Gene Pitney
4. FEVER, Peggy Lee (or Little Willie John)
5. HOLLYWOOD NIGHTS, Bob Seger
6. LIFE IN A NORTHERN TOWN, The Dream Academy
*7. WINDY, The Association
*8. A FINE ROMANCE, Fred & Ginger
9. PEG, Steely Dan
*10. YOU MIGHT THINK, The Cars
*11. GIVE ME ONE REASON, Tracy Chapman
*12. LOVESONG, The Cure
*13. YOU’RE A FRIEND OF MINE, Jackson Browne & Clarence Clemons
*14. EYES WITHOUT A FACE, Billy Idol
15. HITCHIN’ A RIDE, Vanity Fair
*16. UNEASY RIDER, Charlie Daniels Band
17. THE TIDE IS HIGH, Blondie
18. BETCHA BY GOLLY WOW, The Stylistics
*19. MAKE IT EASY ON YOURSELF, Jerry Butler
*20. SUSSUDIO, Phil Collins
*21. OVERNIGHT SENSATION (HIT RECORD), The Raspberries
*22. LOVIN’ EVERY MINUTE OF IT, Loverboy
23. 25 OR 6 TO 4, Chicago
*24. THE IMPRESSION THAT I GET, The Mighty Mighty Bosstones
25. YOU KEEP ME HANGIN’ ON, The Supremes
26. HEART FULL OF SOUL, The Yardbirds
*27. HEY JEALOUSY, Gin Blossoms
28. IF I WERE A CARPENTER, Bobby Darin
29. SUNDAY WILL NEVER BE THE SAME, Spanky and Our Gang
30. IN THE EVENING, Led Zeppelin
*31. DREAMLOVER, Mariah Carey
*32. ALREADY GONE, Eagles
33. SHOCK THE MONKEY, Peter Gabriel
*34. HOLD ME NOW, Thompson Twins
*35. THE NEUTRON DANCE, The Pointer Sisters
*36. DO YOU REALLY WANT TO HURT ME, Culture Club
*37. YELLOW BALLOON, Yellow Balloon
38. (ALL I HAVE TO DO IS) DREAM, The Everly Brothers
*39. SKINNY LEGS AND ALL, Joe Tex
*40. COMPLICATED, Avril Lavigne
*41. WHY CAN'T WE BE FRIENDS, War
*42. LE FREAK, Chic
*43. IF IT MAKES YOU HAPPY, Sheryl Crow
44. ONLY THE LONELY, Roy Orbison
*45. LIVING INSIDE MYSELF, Gino Vanilli
*46. THE AIR THAT I BREATHE, The Hollies
47. LET IT GO, Idina Menzel
48. I’LL BE LOVING YOU FOREVER, New Kids on the Block
49. EVERY TIME YOU GO AWAY, Paul Young
50. I KNOW WHAT BOYS LIKE, The Waitresses
*51. GONNA MAKE YOU SWEAT (EVERYBODY DANCE NOW), C&C Music Factory
*52. WHAT THE WORLD NEEDS NOW IS LOVE, Jackie Deshannon or Dionne Warwick
*53. GET OUT OF MY DREAMS GET INTO MY CAR, Billy Ocean
*54. SHAKE IT OFF, Taylor Swift
*55. EYE OF THE TIGER, Survivor
56. TIME WON’T LET ME, The Outsiders
*57. A LITTLE BIT ME, A LITTLE BIT YOU, The Monkees
*58. BEFORE YOU WALK OUT OF MY LIFE, Monica
59. COME AS YOU ARE, Nirvana
60. THE LAZY SONG, Bruno Mars
*61. MY LOVE, Petula Clark
62. YOUR LOVE, The Outfield
*63. NO MORE TEARS (ENOUGH IS ENOUGH), Donna Summer and Barbra Streisand
64. WONDERWALL, Oasis
*65. SWINGING SCHOOL, Bobby Rydell
66. TOUCH ME IN THE MORNING, Diana Ross
67. OPEN ARMS, Journey
68. LOVE ME LIKE YOU DO, Ellie Goulding
69. LADY GODIVA, Peter & Gordon
*70. ALL THE WAY, Frank Sinatra
71. GET CLOSER, Seals and Crofts
*72. I CAN SEE CLEARLY NOW, Johnny Nash
73. UNBREAK MY HEART, Toni Braxton
*74. THE WEDDING SONG (THERE IS LOVE), Peter, Paul & Mary
*75. POKER FACE, Lady Gaga
76. CATCH THE WIND, Donovan
*77. CRAZY ON YOU, Heart
*78. FOLLOW YOU, FOLLOW ME, Genesis
79. SO EMOTIONAL, Whitney Houston
*80. WITH PEN IN HAND, Vikki Carr
*81. MAD ABOUT YOU, Belinda Carlisle
82. JIVE TALKING, Bee Gees
83. THERE I'VE SAID IT AGAIN, Vaughn Monroe
*84. THE BEST OF TIMES, Styx
*85. A HYMN TO HIM, Rex Harrison
*86. NAME, Goo Goo Dolls
*87. MAGIC BUS, The Who
88. THIS DIAMOND RING, Gary Lewis & The Playboys
89. AUTHORITY SONG, John Cougar Mellencamp
*90. BE MY BABY, The Ronettes
*91. NEED YOU TONIGHT, INXS
*92. THE LOGICAL SONG, Supertramp
*93. LICKING STICK, James Brown
*94. JUST LIKE ME, Paul Revere & The Raiders
95. THOSE WERE THE DAYS, Mary Hopkin
96. MOTHER AND CHILD REUNION, Paul Simon
*97. YOU TURN ME ON (I’M A RADIO), Joni Mitchell
98. YOU’VE LOST THAT LOVING FEELING, Righteous Bothers
99. LOSING MY RELIGION, R.E.M.
100. RETURN TO SENDER, Elvis Presley

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Part of a title, plus a key word, makes the title of a song by one of the artists. Part of another title, plus the opposite of the key word, makes the title of a song by another artist.

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70. ALL THE WAY + 87. Magic BUS + GO/STOP = 21. The Raspberries (GO ALL THE WAY) + 46. The Hollies (BUS STOP)
63. No More Tears (ENOUGH Is Enough) + 24. The Impression That I GET + STRONG/WEAK = 43. Sheryl Crow (STRONG ENOUGH) + 81. Belinda Carlisle (I GET WEAK)
77. Crazy ON YOU + 16. Uneasy RIDER + HIGH/LOW = 55. Survivor (HIGH ON YOU) + 41. War (LOW RIDER)
84. The Best of TIMES + 8. A Fine ROMANCE + GOOD/BAD = 42. Chic (GOOD TIMES) + 75. Lady Gaga (BAD ROMANCE)
80. With Pen In HAND + 53. Get Out Of My Dreams Get Into My CAR + SLOW/FAST = 35. Pointer Sisters (SLOW HAND) + 11. Tracy Chapman (FAST CAR)
57. A LITTLE BIT Me, A Little Bit You + 19. Make IT EASY on Yourself + GIVE/TAKE = 92. Supertramp (GIVE A LITTLE BIT) + 32. Eagles (TAKE IT EASY)
86. Goo Goo Dolls (BLACK) + 37. Yellow BALLOON + BLACK WHITE = 14. Billy Idol (WHITE) + 74. The WEDDING song
94. JUST LIKE Me + 52. WHAT THE World... + HEAVEN/HELL = JUST LIKE HEAVEN (12. THE CURE) + WHAT THE HELL (40. AVRIL LAVIGNE)
13. ...Friend OF MINE + 45. Living INSIDE Myself + ANGEL/DEVIL = ANGEL OF MINE (58. MONICA) + DEVIL INSIDE (91. INXS)
90. BE MY BABY + 61. MY LOVE + ALWAYS/NEVER = ALWAYS BE MY BABY (31. MARIAH CAREY) + NEVER MY LOVE (7. THE ASSOCIATION)
97. You TURN ME On... + 34. HOLD ME Now + LOOSE/TIGHT = TURN ME LOOSE (22. LOVERBOY) + HOLD ME TIGHT (72. JOHNNY NASH)
85. A hymn to HIM + 36. DO YOU really want to hurt me? + FORGET/REMEMBER = FORGET HIM (65. Bobby Rydell) + DO YOU REMEMBER (20. Phil Collins)
39. Skinny LEGS and All + 51. Gonna Make You SWEAT + HOT/COLD = 2. Rod Stewart (HOT Legs) + 93. James Brown (COLD SWEAT)
54. SHAKE IT Off + 78. FOLLOW YOU Follow Me + UP/DOWN = SHAKE IT UP (10. THE CARS) + FOLLOW YOU DOWN (27. GIN BLOSSOMS)

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62. YOUR LOVE + 76. catch THE WIND + FOR/AGAINST = FOR YOUR LOVE (26. The Yardbirds) + AGAINST THE WIND (5. Bob Seger)

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95. those were the DAYS + 44. ONLY THE lonely + OLD/YOUNG = OLD DAYS (23. Chicago) + ONLY THE YOUNG (67. Journey)

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66. touch me IN THE MORNING + 30. IN THE EVENING + EARLY/LATE = EARLY IN THE MORNING (15. Vanity Fare) + LATE IN THE EVENING (96. Paul Simon)

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6. life in a northern TOWN + 56. TIME won’t let me + SMALL/BIG = SMALL TOWN (89. John Mellencamp) + BIG TIME (33. Peter Gabriel)

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4. FEVER + 60. the LAZY song + NIGHT/DAY = Night Fever (82. The Bee-Gees) + LAZY DAY (29. Spanky and our Gang)

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Finally found pastor's Boy/Girl match

28. IF I WERE A carpenter + 88. this DIAMOND ring + BOY/GIRL = IF I WERE A BOY (1. Beyonce) + DIAMOND GIRL (71. Seals and Crofts)

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And one I've been looking for for a long time. Didn't know the Oasis song:

83. there I’ve said IT AGAIN + 49. Every time you GO AWAY + DO/DON’T = DO IT AGAIN (9. Steely Dan) + DON’T GO AWAY (64. Oasis)

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Could not for the life of me figure out what the alternate Elvis song was going to be:

25. you keep me HANGIN’ on + 68. LOVE ME like you do + TOUGH/TENDER = HANGIN’ TOUGH (48. New Kids on the Block) + LOVE ME TENDER (100. Elvis Presley)

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3. it HURTS to be in love + 50. I KNOW what boys like + EVERYBODY/NOBODY = EVERYBODY HURTS (99. R.E.M.) + NOBODY I KNOW (69. Peter & Gordon)

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