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95. Dude Looks Like a LADY + 64. MADONNA = either Fats Domino or The Beatles


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5. HOT + 36. STUFF and 14. NO MORE + 87. TEARS = 103. Donna Summer

I also think Melly is right about Bobby Vinton and the Billy Joel and Elton John matches are wrong. I see a Captain Jack in there, which would replace Big Shot in the Billy Joel match, and I think Island Girl is in that vein of "too generic" that Frank said wouldn't work.

I'll post an updated consolidation in a minute. We're like halfway done!

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5. HOT + 36. STUFF and 14. NO MORE + 87. TEARS = 103. Donna Summer

I also think Melly is right about Bobby Vinton and the Billy Joel and Elton John matches are wrong. I see a Captain Jack in there, which would replace Big Shot in the Billy Joel match, and I think Island Girl is in that vein of "too generic" that Frank said wouldn't work.

I'll post an updated consolidation in a minute. We're like halfway done!


The "too generic" thing would apply if there's more than one way to make that exact match. The Elton John match is indeed half wrong ... but it's the other half.


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Added Bobby Vinton, took out Elton John and replaced the second half of Billy Joel.

Game #182: Title and Artist (and Vice Versa)

Identify the 120 songs below. Then, match them into 35 groups of five according to a Tangredi, or principle you must discover for yourself. 45 songs will be used twice, each time in a different capacity. Five songs will be used three times, each time in a different capacity. (There are only three possible capacities in which a song may be used.)

No song will be matched with itself.

This game will require a very precise following of the rules, once you figure out what the rules are.

Let’s kick things off with the song everyone has been waiting for –
Game #182: Title and Artist (and Vice Versa)

Identify the 120 songs below. Then, match them into 35 groups of five according to a Tangredi, or principle you must discover for yourself. 45 songs will be used twice, each time in a different capacity. Five songs will be used three times, each time in a different capacity. (There are only three possible capacities in which a song may be used.)

No song will be matched with itself.

This game will require a very precise following of the rules, once you figure out what the rules are.

Let’s kick things off with the song everyone has been waiting for –

[*=title words used, ^=artist words used, ~=artist used]

^1. Friday – Rebecca Black
2. Bad – Michael Jackson
*3. Hit the Road, Jack – Ray Charles
^4. Fame – Irene Cara
5. Scar Tissue – Red Hot Chili Peppers
6. Crazy Little Thing Called Love – Queen
7. Honky Tonk Woman – Rolling Stones
^8. Evil Woman – Electric Light Orchestra
*~9. Saturday Night is the Loneliest Night of the Week – Frank Sinatra
*10. Hungry Eyes – Eric Carmen
^11. Which Way You Goin', Billy? – Poppy Family
~12. What You Need – INXS
13. You Were on My Mind – We Five
14. Epic – Faith No More
^15. United We Stand – The Brotherhood of Man
16. Kiss – Prince
*~17. You Should be Dancing – Bee Gees
18. Living in a Box – Living in a Box
19. Baby, Baby – Amy Grant
20. Bounce With Me – Lil Bow Wow
*^21. The One Who Really Loves You – Mary Wells
*22. Back in my Arms Again – Supremes
^23. Oh Sheila - Ready For The World
^~24. Come a Little Bit Closer – Jay & the Americans
*25. Kisses On The Wind - Neneh Cherry
^26. To Be With You – Mr. Big
^27. Do That to me One More Time – Captain and Tennille
~28. The River – Bruce Springsteen
29. Who Can I Turn To? – Sammy Davis, Jr/Anthony Newley
30. Fly – Sugar Ray
31. Come on Down to my Boat, Baby – Every Mother's Son
*32. Boogie Oogie Oogie – A Taste of Honey
33. I Want to be Wanted – Brenda Lee
^34. The Ghost In You - Psychedelic Furs
^35. The Curly Shuffle – Jump 'n the Saddle
^36. You Got It (The Right Stuff) – New Kids on the Block
37. Take a Letter, Maria – R.B. Greaves
^38. Relax – Frankie Goes to Hollywood
*39. What is a Youth - Henry Mancini
*40. Man on the Corner – Genesis
*41. One of a Kind Love Affair – The Spinners
42. Comin' to America – Neil Diamond
*43. Fever – Peggy Lee/Elvis Presley/Michael Buble
44. Dirty Little Secret - All American Rejects
~*45. Havin’ a Party – Sam Cooke
*~46. Blue Jean - David Bowie
*^47. I Second That Emotion – Smokey Robinson and the Miracles
48. You Belong With Me – Taylor Swift
49. Tuesday Afternoon – The Moody Blues
50. Deeper shade of Soul – Urban Dance Squad
51. You Spin Me Round (Like a Record) – Dead or Alive
^52. YMCA – The Village People
*53. Candy - Iggy Pop
*54. Mamma Mia – ABBA
55. Only God Knows Why - Kid Rock
*56. Overnight Sensation - Raspberries
^57. Bootylicious – Destiny’s Child
*^58. Dog and the Butterfly - Heart
59. Been Around The World - Lisa Stansfield
*60. Hit Me with your Best Shot – Pat Benatar
*61. Chain of Fools – Aretha Franklin
62. O Holy Night – I like the Mario Lanza version
^63. Venus In Furs - Velvet Underground
64. Material Girl – Madonna
~*65. Ain’t Too Proud to Beg – The Temptations
~66. I've Loved These Days – Billy Joel
*~67. Young World - Ricky Nelson
^68. Ballroom Blitz – Sweet
*69. Suicide is Painless (Theme from MASH) – Johnny Mandel
*~70. Only in My Dreams – Debby Gibson
71. You're the First, the Last, My Everything – Barry White
72. Touch me in the Morning – Diana Ross
^73. Missing – Everything But the Girl
74. A Boy Named Sue – Johnny Cash
75. Someone Saved My Life Tonight – Elton John
76. Speedy Gonzales - Pat Boone
77. Suga Suga – Baby Bash
78. Mrs. Brown You've Got a Lovely Daughter – Herman's Hermits
^79. If You Leave – Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark
^80. So Alive – Love and Rockets
*^81. Get Down on it – Kool and the Gang
82. Wherever You Will Go - The Calling
83. It's A Sin - Pet Shop Boys
*84. Pocketful of Sunshine – Natasha Bedingfield
^85. Celebrate – Three Dog Night
86. Peace Train – Cat Stevens
87. And When I Die – Blood, Sweat, and Tears
*88. Reach Out of the Darkness – Friend and Lover
*89. The Living Years – Mike + the Mechanics
90. Gimme, Gimme Good Lovin’ – Crazy Elephant
91. Honey Bun – Mary Martin
^92. No Sugar Tonight/New Mother Nature – The Guess Who
93. This Ain't A Scene, It's An Arms Race - Fall Out Boy
94. My Melody of Love – Bobby Vinton
~95. Dude Looks Like a Lady – Aerosmith
~96. The Immigrant Song – Led Zeppelin
*~97. Travelin Band – Creedence Clearwater Revival
98. (Keep Feelin’) Fascination – Human League
99. Cherry Bomb – John Mellencamp
^100. Horse With No Name – America
*101. Love Shack – The B-52s
^102. Twilight Zone – Golden Earring
^103. The Wanderer - Donna Summer
~104. Hot Fun in the Summertime – Sly and the Family Stone
105. I Just Had Sex – The Lonely Island
^106. Burning for You – Blue Oyster Cult
*107. Whole Lot Of Lovin' - Fats Domino
108. Promises Promises - Naked Eyes
^109. Iesha - Another Bad Creation
110. Shut Up + Dance – Walk the Moon
111. I Wanna Be a Cowboy – Boys Don’t Cry
*112. Never Say Goodbye – Bon Jovi
*113. (Hey There) Lonely Girl - Eddie Holman
^114. Truly, Madly, Deeply – Savage Garden
^115. Joey – Concrete Blonde
~116. Rag Doll – Four Seasons
117. Oops... I Did It Again - Britney Spears
^118. Hypnotize - System Of A Down
*119. Everyday – Buddy Holly
120. I Wanna Be Your Man – The Beatles

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119. EVERYDAY + 52. The Village PEOPLE + 11. Poppy FAMILY + 41. One of a Kind Love AFFAIR = 104. Sly and the Family Stone
112. Never SAY GOODBYE + 38. Frankie Goes TO HOLLYWOOD + 27. CAPTAIN + 3. JACK = 66. Billy Joel
69. SUICIDE + 115. BLONDE and 36. NEW + 56. SENSATION = 12. INXS
32. BOOGIE + 57. CHILD + 85. Three Dog NIGHT + 43. FEVER = 17. Bee Gees
88. Reach OUT OF THE Darkness + 106. BLUE Oyster Cult + 8. ELECTRIC Light Orchestra + 39. YOUTH ? = 70. Debbie Gibson
22. BACK IN + 35. THE SADDLE and 68. SWEET + 47. EMOTION = 95. Aerosmith
118. DOWN + 40. ON THE CORNER and 65. PROUD + 21. MARY = 97. CCR
114. GARDEN + 45. PARTY & 97. TRAVELIN' + 15. MAN = 67. Ricky Nelson
61. CHAIN + 81. GANG and 109. ANOTHER + 9. SATURDAY NIGHT = 45. SAM COOKE
17. You Should be DANCING + 79. in the Dark and 10. HUNGRY Eyes + 58. HEART = 28. Bruce Springsteen
84. POCKETFUL OF Sunshine + 47. Smokey Robinson and the MIRACLES + 103. SUMMER + 25. WIND = 9. Frank Sinatra
34. PSYCHEDELIC + 101. SHACK and 81. GET + 23. READY = 65. The Temptations
4. CARA + 54. MIA and 70. ONLY IN + 100. AMERICA = 24. Jay & the Americans
1. BLACK + 58. DOG and 107. WHOLE LOTTA + 80. LOVE = 96. Led Zeppelin
67. YOUNG + 24. AMERICANS and 102. GOLDEN Earring + 89. The Living YEARS = 46. DAVID BOWIE
92. WHO + 21. LOVES YOU and 53. CANDY + 73. GIRL = 116. The Four Seasons
5. HOT + 36. STUFF and 14. NO MORE + 87. TEARS = 103. Donna Summer
46. BLUE + 63. VELVET and 26. MR. + 113. LONELY = 94. Bobby Vinton
PARTIALS
33. I Want to Be WANTED + 51. DEAD OR ALIVE + ? + ? = 112. Bon Jovi
78. Mrs. BROWN, You've Got a Lovely Daughter + 30. SUGAR Ray + ? + ? = 7. Rolling Stones
120. I WANNA BE YOUR Man + 88. Friend & LOVER = 16. PRINCE

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 17, 2018 10:52 am 
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I feel stupid.

7. HONKY + 86. CAT and 105. ISLAND + 64. GIRL = 75. Elton John

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Finally found the rest of Bon Jovi

33. I Want to Be WANTED + 51. DEAD OR ALIVE + 18. LIVING IN + 83. SIN = 112. Bon Jovi

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Not sure about this one -- it may violate the no two ways rule:

66. THESE + 108. EYES and 44. AMERICAN + 8. WOMAN = 92. The Guess Who

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Had to change the Springsteen match, but found a different "in the dark" song....

25. CHERRY + 99. CHERRY and 119. HOLLY + 62. HOLY = 42. Neil Diamond
17. DANCING + 6. QUEEN and 32. HONEY + 91. HONEY = 54. ABBA
108. PROMISES + 79. IN THE DARK and 13. WE + 48. BELONG = 60. Pat Benatar
83. SHOP + 59. AROUND and 19. BABY, BABY + 111. DON’T CRY = 47. Smokey Robinson and the Miracles
49. MOODY + 28. RIVER and 92. SUGAR + 110. MOON = 76. Pat Boone
98. HUMAN + 72. TOUCH and 10. HUNGRY Eyes + 58. HEART = 28. Bruce Springsteen

I have to be done for the day, so I'll post an updated consolidation next.

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Game #182: Title and Artist (and Vice Versa)

Identify the 120 songs below. Then, match them into 35 groups of five according to a Tangredi, or principle you must discover for yourself. 45 songs will be used twice, each time in a different capacity. Five songs will be used three times, each time in a different capacity. (There are only three possible capacities in which a song may be used.)

No song will be matched with itself.

This game will require a very precise following of the rules, once you figure out what the rules are.

Let’s kick things off with the song everyone has been waiting for –
Game #182: Title and Artist (and Vice Versa)

Identify the 120 songs below. Then, match them into 35 groups of five according to a Tangredi, or principle you must discover for yourself. 45 songs will be used twice, each time in a different capacity. Five songs will be used three times, each time in a different capacity. (There are only three possible capacities in which a song may be used.)

No song will be matched with itself.

This game will require a very precise following of the rules, once you figure out what the rules are.

Let’s kick things off with the song everyone has been waiting for –

[*=title words used, ^=artist words used, ~=artist used]

^1. Friday – Rebecca Black
2. Bad – Michael Jackson
*3. Hit the Road, Jack – Ray Charles
^4. Fame – Irene Cara
^5. Scar Tissue – Red Hot Chili Peppers
^6. Crazy Little Thing Called Love – Queen
*7. Honky Tonk Woman – Rolling Stones
*^8. Evil Woman – Electric Light Orchestra
*~9. Saturday Night is the Loneliest Night of the Week – Frank Sinatra
*10. Hungry Eyes – Eric Carmen
^11. Which Way You Goin', Billy? – Poppy Family
~12. What You Need – INXS
^13. You Were on My Mind – We Five
^14. Epic – Faith No More
^15. United We Stand – The Brotherhood of Man
16. Kiss – Prince
*~17. You Should be Dancing – Bee Gees
^18. Living in a Box – Living in a Box
*19. Baby, Baby – Amy Grant
20. Bounce With Me – Lil Bow Wow
*^21. The One Who Really Loves You – Mary Wells
*22. Back in my Arms Again – Supremes
^23. Oh Sheila - Ready For The World
^~24. Come a Little Bit Closer – Jay & the Americans
^*25. Kisses On The Wind - Neneh Cherry
^26. To Be With You – Mr. Big
^27. Do That to me One More Time – Captain and Tennille
*~28. The River – Bruce Springsteen
29. Who Can I Turn To? – Sammy Davis, Jr/Anthony Newley
30. Fly – Sugar Ray
31. Come on Down to my Boat, Baby – Every Mother's Son
^*32. Boogie Oogie Oogie – A Taste of Honey
*33. I Want to be Wanted – Brenda Lee
^34. The Ghost In You - Psychedelic Furs
^35. The Curly Shuffle – Jump 'n the Saddle
*^36. You Got It (The Right Stuff) – New Kids on the Block
37. Take a Letter, Maria – R.B. Greaves
^38. Relax – Frankie Goes to Hollywood
*39. What is a Youth - Henry Mancini
*40. Man on the Corner – Genesis
*41. One of a Kind Love Affair – The Spinners
~42. Comin' to America – Neil Diamond
*43. Fever – Peggy Lee/Elvis Presley/Michael Buble
^44. Dirty Little Secret - All American Rejects
~*45. Havin’ a Party – Sam Cooke
*~46. Blue Jean - David Bowie
*^47. I Second That Emotion – Smokey Robinson and the Miracles
*48. You Belong With Me – Taylor Swift
^49. Tuesday Afternoon – The Moody Blues
50. Deeper shade of Soul – Urban Dance Squad
^51. You Spin Me Round (Like a Record) – Dead or Alive
^52. YMCA – The Village People
*53. Candy - Iggy Pop
*~54. Mamma Mia – ABBA
55. Only God Knows Why - Kid Rock
*56. Overnight Sensation - Raspberries
^57. Bootylicious – Destiny’s Child
*^58. Dog and the Butterfly - Heart
*59. Been Around The World - Lisa Stansfield
~*60. Hit Me with your Best Shot – Pat Benatar
*61. Chain of Fools – Aretha Franklin
*62. O Holy Night – I like the Mario Lanza version
^63. Venus In Furs - Velvet Underground
*64. Material Girl – Madonna
~*65. Ain’t Too Proud to Beg – The Temptations
*~66. I've Loved These Days – Billy Joel
*~67. Young World - Ricky Nelson
^68. Ballroom Blitz – Sweet
*69. Suicide is Painless (Theme from MASH) – Johnny Mandel
*~70. Only in My Dreams – Debby Gibson
71. You're the First, the Last, My Everything – Barry White
*72. Touch me in the Morning – Diana Ross
^73. Missing – Everything But the Girl
74. A Boy Named Sue – Johnny Cash
~75. Someone Saved My Life Tonight – Elton John
~76. Speedy Gonzales - Pat Boone
77. Suga Suga – Baby Bash
78. Mrs. Brown You've Got a Lovely Daughter – Herman's Hermits
^79. If You Leave – Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark
^80. So Alive – Love and Rockets
*^81. Get Down on it – Kool and the Gang
82. Wherever You Will Go - The Calling
^*83. It's A Sin - Pet Shop Boys
*84. Pocketful of Sunshine – Natasha Bedingfield
^85. Celebrate – Three Dog Night
^86. Peace Train – Cat Stevens
^87. And When I Die – Blood, Sweat, and Tears
*88. Reach Out of the Darkness – Friend and Lover
*89. The Living Years – Mike + the Mechanics
90. Gimme, Gimme Good Lovin’ – Crazy Elephant
*91. Honey Bun – Mary Martin
*~^92. No Sugar Tonight/New Mother Nature – The Guess Who
93. This Ain't A Scene, It's An Arms Race - Fall Out Boy
~94. My Melody of Love – Bobby Vinton
~95. Dude Looks Like a Lady – Aerosmith
~96. The Immigrant Song – Led Zeppelin
*~97. Travelin Band – Creedence Clearwater Revival
^98. (Keep Feelin’) Fascination – Human League
*99. Cherry Bomb – John Mellencamp
^100. Horse With No Name – America
*101. Love Shack – The B-52s
^102. Twilight Zone – Golden Earring
~^103. The Wanderer - Donna Summer
~104. Hot Fun in the Summertime – Sly and the Family Stone
^105. I Just Had Sex – The Lonely Island
^106. Burning for You – Blue Oyster Cult
*107. Whole Lot Of Lovin' - Fats Domino
*^108. Promises Promises - Naked Eyes
^109. Iesha - Another Bad Creation
^110. Shut Up + Dance – Walk the Moon
^111. I Wanna Be a Cowboy – Boys Don’t Cry
~*112. Never Say Goodbye – Bon Jovi
*113. (Hey There) Lonely Girl - Eddie Holman
^114. Truly, Madly, Deeply – Savage Garden
^115. Joey – Concrete Blonde
~116. Rag Doll – Four Seasons
117. Oops... I Did It Again - Britney Spears
^118. Hypnotize - System Of A Down
*^119. Everyday – Buddy Holly
120. I Wanna Be Your Man – The Beatles

MATCHES
119. EVERYDAY + 52. The Village PEOPLE + 11. Poppy FAMILY + 41. One of a Kind Love AFFAIR = 104. Sly and the Family Stone
112. Never SAY GOODBYE + 38. Frankie Goes TO HOLLYWOOD + 27. CAPTAIN + 3. JACK = 66. Billy Joel
69. SUICIDE + 115. BLONDE and 36. NEW + 56. SENSATION = 12. INXS

32. BOOGIE + 57. CHILD + 85. Three Dog NIGHT + 43. FEVER = 17. Bee Gees

88. Reach OUT OF THE Darkness + 106. BLUE Oyster Cult + 8. ELECTRIC Light Orchestra + 39. YOUTH = 70. Debbie Gibson

22. BACK IN + 35. THE SADDLE and 68. SWEET + 47. EMOTION = 95. Aerosmith

118. DOWN + 40. ON THE CORNER and 65. PROUD + 21. MARY = 97. CCR
114. GARDEN + 45. PARTY & 97. TRAVELIN' + 15. MAN = 67. Ricky Nelson
61. CHAIN + 81. GANG and 109. ANOTHER + 9. SATURDAY NIGHT = 45. SAM COOKE
98. HUMAN + 72. TOUCH and 10. HUNGRY Eyes + 58. HEART = 28. Bruce Springsteen

84. POCKETFUL OF Sunshine + 47. Smokey Robinson and the MIRACLES + 103. SUMMER + 25. WIND = 9. Frank Sinatra
34. PSYCHEDELIC + 101. SHACK and 81. GET + 23. READY = 65. The Temptations
4. CARA + 54. MIA and 70. ONLY IN + 100. AMERICA = 24. Jay & the Americans
1. BLACK + 58. DOG and 107. WHOLE LOTTA + 80. LOVE = 96. Led Zeppelin
67. YOUNG + 24. AMERICANS and 102. GOLDEN Earring + 89. The Living YEARS = 46. DAVID BOWIE
92. WHO + 21. LOVES YOU and 53. CANDY + 73. GIRL = 116. The Four Seasons
5. HOT + 36. STUFF and 14. NO MORE + 87. TEARS = 103. Donna Summer
46. BLUE + 63. VELVET and 26. MR. + 113. LONELY = 94. Bobby Vinton
7. HONKY + 86. CAT and 105. ISLAND + 64. GIRL = 75. Elton John
33. I Want to Be WANTED + 51. DEAD OR ALIVE + 18. LIVING IN + 83. SIN = 112. Bon Jovi
66. THESE + 108. EYES and 44. AMERICAN + 8. WOMAN = 92. The Guess Who
25. CHERRY + 99. CHERRY and 119. HOLLY + 62. HOLY = 42. Neil Diamond
17. DANCING + 6. QUEEN and 32. HONEY + 91. HONEY = 54. ABBA
108. PROMISES + 79. IN THE DARK and 13. WE + 48. BELONG = 60. Pat Benatar
83. SHOP + 59. AROUND and 19. BABY, BABY + 111. DON’T CRY = 47. Smokey Robinson and the Miracles
49. MOODY + 28. RIVER and 92. SUGAR + 110. MOON = 76. Pat Boone
PARTIALS
78. Mrs. BROWN, You've Got a Lovely Daughter + 30. SUGAR Ray + ? + ? = 7. Rolling Stones
120. I WANNA BE YOUR Man + 88. Friend & LOVER = 16. PRINCE
95. Dude Looks Like a LADY + 64. MADONNA = either Fats Domino or The Beatles

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Thank you for the fresh consolidation. I wish CTrl-F was working in my Notepad to make this easier...

82. CALLING + 42. AMERICA & 29. TURN TO + 104. STONE = 8. ELO

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44. DIRTY + 72. DIANA & 98. HUMAN + 92. NATURE = 2. MICHAEL JACKSON

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44. DIRTY + 72. DIANA & 98. HUMAN + 92. NATURE = 2. MICHAEL JACKSON


Not sure about this one yet, since it messes up both the Springsteen match (again) and the Pat Boone match. I've added it to my consolidation for now, but I'm going to keep looking for other Michael Jackson songs, because Dirty Diana is too good to pass up.

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Here's three more, which caused some reconstruction. I'll post another consolidation soon.

2. BAD + 87 BLOOD and 71. WHITE + 100. HORSE = 48. Taylor Swift

77. BABY + 27. ONE MORE TIME and 90. GIMME + 14. MORE = 117. Britney Spears

53. POP + 75. LIFE and 120. I WANNA BE YOUR Man + 88. Friend & LOVER = 16. PRINCE

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Only a few left. I still think there's a Rolling Stones match here somewhere, since Brown Sugar has survived so long. But maybe not. We're down to 4 or 5 matches left to get, approximately, subject to what happens to Michael Jackson, Bruce Springsteen, and maybe a couple of others. I changed the second Donna Summer song to Last Dance, in order to free up songs for the (now completed) Taylor Swift match.

Game #182: Title and Artist (and Vice Versa)

Identify the 120 songs below. Then, match them into 35 groups of five according to a Tangredi, or principle you must discover for yourself. 45 songs will be used twice, each time in a different capacity. Five songs will be used three times, each time in a different capacity. (There are only three possible capacities in which a song may be used.)

No song will be matched with itself.

This game will require a very precise following of the rules, once you figure out what the rules are.

Let’s kick things off with the song everyone has been waiting for –
Game #182: Title and Artist (and Vice Versa)

Identify the 120 songs below. Then, match them into 35 groups of five according to a Tangredi, or principle you must discover for yourself. 45 songs will be used twice, each time in a different capacity. Five songs will be used three times, each time in a different capacity. (There are only three possible capacities in which a song may be used.)

No song will be matched with itself.

This game will require a very precise following of the rules, once you figure out what the rules are.

Let’s kick things off with the song everyone has been waiting for –

[*=title words used, ^=artist words used, ~=artist used]

^1. Friday – Rebecca Black
*2. Bad – Michael Jackson
*3. Hit the Road, Jack – Ray Charles
^4. Fame – Irene Cara
^5. Scar Tissue – Red Hot Chili Peppers
^6. Crazy Little Thing Called Love – Queen
*7. Honky Tonk Woman – Rolling Stones
~*^8. Evil Woman – Electric Light Orchestra
*~9. Saturday Night is the Loneliest Night of the Week – Frank Sinatra
*10. Hungry Eyes – Eric Carmen
^11. Which Way You Goin', Billy? – Poppy Family
~12. What You Need – INXS
^13. You Were on My Mind – We Five
^14. Epic – Faith No More
^15. United We Stand – The Brotherhood of Man
~16. Kiss – Prince
*~17. You Should be Dancing – Bee Gees
^18. Living in a Box – Living in a Box
*19. Baby, Baby – Amy Grant
20. Bounce With Me – Lil Bow Wow
*^21. The One Who Really Loves You – Mary Wells
*22. Back in my Arms Again – Supremes
^23. Oh Sheila - Ready For The World
^~24. Come a Little Bit Closer – Jay & the Americans
^*25. Kisses On The Wind - Neneh Cherry
^26. To Be With You – Mr. Big
*^27. Do That to me One More Time – Captain and Tennille
*~28. The River – Bruce Springsteen
*29. Who Can I Turn To? – Sammy Davis, Jr/Anthony Newley
30. Fly – Sugar Ray
31. Come on Down to my Boat, Baby – Every Mother's Son
^*32. Boogie Oogie Oogie – A Taste of Honey
*33. I Want to be Wanted – Brenda Lee
^34. The Ghost In You - Psychedelic Furs
^35. The Curly Shuffle – Jump 'n the Saddle
*^36. You Got It (The Right Stuff) – New Kids on the Block
37. Take a Letter, Maria – R.B. Greaves
^38. Relax – Frankie Goes to Hollywood
*39. What is a Youth - Henry Mancini
*40. Man on the Corner – Genesis
*41. One of a Kind Love Affair – The Spinners
*~42. Comin' to America – Neil Diamond
*43. Fever – Peggy Lee/Elvis Presley/Michael Buble
*^44. Dirty Little Secret - All American Rejects
~*45. Havin’ a Party – Sam Cooke
*~46. Blue Jean - David Bowie
*^47. I Second That Emotion – Smokey Robinson and the Miracles
~*48. You Belong With Me – Taylor Swift
^49. Tuesday Afternoon – The Moody Blues
^50. Deeper shade of Soul – Urban Dance Squad
^51. You Spin Me Round (Like a Record) – Dead or Alive
^52. YMCA – The Village People
^*53. Candy - Iggy Pop
*~54. Mamma Mia – ABBA
55. Only God Knows Why - Kid Rock
*56. Overnight Sensation - Raspberries
^57. Bootylicious – Destiny’s Child
*^58. Dog and the Butterfly - Heart
*59. Been Around The World - Lisa Stansfield
~*60. Hit Me with your Best Shot – Pat Benatar
*61. Chain of Fools – Aretha Franklin
*62. O Holy Night – I like the Mario Lanza version
^63. Venus In Furs - Velvet Underground
*64. Material Girl – Madonna
~*65. Ain’t Too Proud to Beg – The Temptations
*~66. I've Loved These Days – Billy Joel
*~67. Young World - Ricky Nelson
^68. Ballroom Blitz – Sweet
*69. Suicide is Painless (Theme from MASH) – Johnny Mandel
*~70. Only in My Dreams – Debby Gibson
*71. You're the First, the Last, My Everything – Barry White
^*72. Touch me in the Morning – Diana Ross
^73. Missing – Everything But the Girl
74. A Boy Named Sue – Johnny Cash
*~75. Someone Saved My Life Tonight – Elton John
~76. Speedy Gonzales - Pat Boone
^77. Suga Suga – Baby Bash
78. Mrs. Brown You've Got a Lovely Daughter – Herman's Hermits
^79. If You Leave – Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark
^80. So Alive – Love and Rockets
*^81. Get Down on it – Kool and the Gang
^82. Wherever You Will Go - The Calling
^*83. It's A Sin - Pet Shop Boys
*84. Pocketful of Sunshine – Natasha Bedingfield
^85. Celebrate – Three Dog Night
^86. Peace Train – Cat Stevens
^87. And When I Die – Blood, Sweat, and Tears
^*88. Reach Out of the Darkness – Friend and Lover
*89. The Living Years – Mike + the Mechanics
*90. Gimme, Gimme Good Lovin’ – Crazy Elephant
*91. Honey Bun – Mary Martin
*~^92. No Sugar Tonight/New Mother Nature – The Guess Who
93. This Ain't A Scene, It's An Arms Race - Fall Out Boy
~94. My Melody of Love – Bobby Vinton
~95. Dude Looks Like a Lady – Aerosmith
~96. The Immigrant Song – Led Zeppelin
*~97. Travelin Band – Creedence Clearwater Revival
^98. (Keep Feelin’) Fascination – Human League
*99. Cherry Bomb – John Mellencamp
*^100. Horse With No Name – America
*101. Love Shack – The B-52s
^102. Twilight Zone – Golden Earring
~^103. The Wanderer - Donna Summer
^~104. Hot Fun in the Summertime – Sly and the Family Stone
^105. I Just Had Sex – The Lonely Island
^106. Burning for You – Blue Oyster Cult
*107. Whole Lot Of Lovin' - Fats Domino
*^108. Promises Promises - Naked Eyes
^109. Iesha - Another Bad Creation
^110. Shut Up + Dance – Walk the Moon
^111. I Wanna Be a Cowboy – Boys Don’t Cry
~*112. Never Say Goodbye – Bon Jovi
*113. (Hey There) Lonely Girl - Eddie Holman
^114. Truly, Madly, Deeply – Savage Garden
^115. Joey – Concrete Blonde
~116. Rag Doll – Four Seasons
~117. Oops... I Did It Again - Britney Spears
^118. Hypnotize - System Of A Down
*^119. Everyday – Buddy Holly
*120. I Wanna Be Your Man – The Beatles

MATCHES
119. EVERYDAY + 52. The Village PEOPLE + 11. Poppy FAMILY + 41. One of a Kind Love AFFAIR = 104. Sly and the Family Stone
112. Never SAY GOODBYE + 38. Frankie Goes TO HOLLYWOOD + 27. CAPTAIN + 3. JACK = 66. Billy Joel
69. SUICIDE + 115. BLONDE and 36. NEW + 56. SENSATION = 12. INXS

32. BOOGIE + 57. CHILD + 85. Three Dog NIGHT + 43. FEVER = 17. Bee Gees

88. Reach OUT OF THE Darkness + 106. BLUE Oyster Cult + 8. ELECTRIC Light Orchestra + 39. YOUTH = 70. Debbie Gibson

22. BACK IN + 35. THE SADDLE and 68. SWEET + 47. EMOTION = 95. Aerosmith

118. DOWN + 40. ON THE CORNER and 65. PROUD + 21. MARY = 97. CCR
114. GARDEN + 45. PARTY & 97. TRAVELIN' + 15. MAN = 67. Ricky Nelson
61. CHAIN + 81. GANG and 109. ANOTHER + 9. SATURDAY NIGHT = 45. SAM COOKE
98. HUMAN + 72. TOUCH and 10. HUNGRY Eyes + 58. HEART = 28. Bruce Springsteen

84. POCKETFUL OF Sunshine + 47. Smokey Robinson and the MIRACLES + 103. SUMMER + 25. WIND = 9. Frank Sinatra
34. PSYCHEDELIC + 101. SHACK and 81. GET + 23. READY = 65. The Temptations
4. CARA + 54. MIA and 70. ONLY IN + 100. AMERICA = 24. Jay & the Americans
1. BLACK + 58. DOG and 107. WHOLE LOTTA + 80. LOVE = 96. Led Zeppelin
67. YOUNG + 24. AMERICANS and 102. GOLDEN Earring + 89. The Living YEARS = 46. DAVID BOWIE
92. WHO + 21. LOVES YOU and 53. CANDY + 73. GIRL = 116. The Four Seasons
5. HOT + 36. STUFF and 71. LAST + 50. DANCE = 103. Donna Summer
46. BLUE + 63. VELVET and 26. MR. + 113. LONELY = 94. Bobby Vinton
7. HONKY + 86. CAT and 105. ISLAND + 64. GIRL = 75. Elton John
33. I Want to Be WANTED + 51. DEAD OR ALIVE + 18. LIVING IN + 83. SIN = 112. Bon Jovi
66. THESE + 108. EYES and 44. AMERICAN + 8. WOMAN = 92. The Guess Who
25. CHERRY + 99. CHERRY and 119. HOLLY + 62. HOLY = 42. Neil Diamond
17. DANCING + 6. QUEEN and 32. HONEY + 91. HONEY = 54. ABBA
108. PROMISES + 79. IN THE DARK and 13. WE + 48. BELONG = 60. Pat Benatar
83. SHOP + 59. AROUND and 19. BABY, BABY + 111. DON’T CRY = 47. Smokey Robinson and the Miracles
49. MOODY + 28. RIVER and 92. SUGAR + 110. MOON = 76. Pat Boone
82. CALLING + 42. AMERICA & 29. TURN TO + 104. STONE = 8. ELO
??44. DIRTY + 72. DIANA & 98. HUMAN + 92. NATURE = 2. MICHAEL JACKSON??

2. BAD + 87 BLOOD and 71. WHITE + 100. HORSE = 48. Taylor Swift

77. BABY + 27. ONE MORE TIME and 90. GIMME + 14. MORE = 117. Britney Spears
53. POP + 75. LIFE and 120. I WANNA BE YOUR Man + 88. Friend & LOVER = 16. PRINCE

PARTIALS
78. Mrs. BROWN, You've Got a Lovely Daughter + 30. SUGAR Ray + ? + ? = 7. Rolling Stones

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Did we lose this one?

95. Dude Looks Like a LADY + 64. MADONNA = either Fats Domino or The Beatles

And how about …

23. OH Sheila + 93. Fall Out BOY and 43. PEGGY Lee + 74. A Boy Named SUE = 119. Buddy Holly


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mrkelley23 wrote:
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44. DIRTY + 72. DIANA & 98. HUMAN + 92. NATURE = 2. MICHAEL JACKSON


Not sure about this one yet, since it messes up both the Springsteen match (again) and the Pat Boone match. I've added it to my consolidation for now, but I'm going to keep looking for other Michael Jackson songs, because Dirty Diana is too good to pass up.


I think we've got it:

44. DIRTY + 72. DIANA & 55. Kid ROCK + 26. To Be WITH YOU = 2. Michael Jackson


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37. TAKE A + 20. BOW and 90. CRAZY + 106. FOR YOU = 64. Madonna

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37. TAKE A + 20. BOW and 90. CRAZY + 106. FOR YOU = 64. Madonna



By my count, this makes 34 matches - we need one more.

I think it's the Rolling Stones match because neither song has been used in another match. That's not true for either Lady or Madonna (thanks to this match).


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37. TAKE A + 20. BOW and 90. CRAZY + 106. FOR YOU = 64. Madonna



By my count, this makes 34 matches - we need one more.

I think it's the Rolling Stones match because neither song has been used in another match. That's not true for either Lady or Madonna (thanks to this match).



I may be miscounting, but I've only got 33. We've also got three songs that don't have any match yet. (below) I've been through the entire Beatles, Stones, and Fats Domino discography without finding another match.

78. Mrs. Brown You've Got a Lovely Daughter – Herman's Hermits
30. Fly – Sugar Ray
31. Come on Down to my Boat, Baby – Every Mother's Son


Frank, can you confirm that the 33 matches we've got are correct?

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You're missing half of one and half of another. In your list of three songs that haven't been used, two of them actually have been identified as one of the half-matches. You've been looking through the right discographies.

One problem is that one of the songs has been linked to the cover artist and not the original artist. The cover was actually the bigger hit, but the lyric I used for the song indicated that I wanted the original artist. Once you identify the artist, th key word will jump out at you.

Great job on this!


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37. TAKE A + 20. BOW and 90. CRAZY + 106. FOR YOU = 64. Madonna



By my count, this makes 34 matches - we need one more.

I think it's the Rolling Stones match because neither song has been used in another match. That's not true for either Lady or Madonna (thanks to this match).



I may be miscounting, but I've only got 33. We've also got three songs that don't have any match yet. (below) I've been through the entire Beatles, Stones, and Fats Domino discography without finding another match.

78. Mrs. Brown You've Got a Lovely Daughter – Herman's Hermits
30. Fly – Sugar Ray
31. Come on Down to my Boat, Baby – Every Mother's Son


Frank, can you confirm that the 33 matches we've got are correct?


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Yeah, I quit marking songs that were only partial matches, because so many of them turned out to be false. So if I'm reading Frank's message right, our two partials are the two matches we need to finish. So we're looking for another Rolling Stones song and another song by either the Beatles or Fats Domino.

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Song #113 is actually "Hey There Lonely Boy" by Ruby & The Romantics & that gives us:

78. Mrs. BROWN You've Got A Lovely Daughter + 30. SUGAR Ray & 113. RUBY & The Romantics + 49. TUESDAY Afternoon = 7. THE ROLLING STONES


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A Non E. Muss wrote:
Song #113 is actually "Hey There Lonely Boy" by Ruby & The Romantics & that gives us:

78. Mrs. BROWN You've Got A Lovely Daughter + 30. SUGAR Ray & 113. RUBY & The Romantics + 49. TUESDAY Afternoon = 7. THE ROLLING STONES


THANK YOU!!!!!

I kept looking at the puzzle and thinking, "Why isn't there a Ruby somewhere in the artists for Tuesday afternoon?" I had completely forgotten that there was an earlier, gender-swapped version of Lonely Girl.

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Song #113 is actually "Hey There Lonely Boy" by Ruby & The Romantics & that gives us:

78. Mrs. BROWN You've Got A Lovely Daughter + 30. SUGAR Ray & 113. RUBY & The Romantics + 49. TUESDAY Afternoon = 7. THE ROLLING STONES


THANK YOU!!!!!

I kept looking at the puzzle and thinking, "Why isn't there a Ruby somewhere in the artists for Tuesday afternoon?" I had completely forgotten that there was an earlier, gender-swapped version of Lonely Girl.


I thought Ruby and the Romantics WAS the cover

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So it's Lady Madonna and some combination of Come on Down to my boat, Baby by Every mother's son, and some song that already has two things marked off. By Frank's instruction, there will be five songs used thrfee times, and we only have four, at least by my count.

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