Is Phil Collins still one of those guys who should be considered a guilty pleasure? Fuck that. I’ve been re-thinking the whole “guilty pleasure” thing anyway (you like what you like), but even though Phil’s music was the mainstream-iest of the mainstream during his heyday (roughly 1984-1991), there’s no denying the man’s talent. To be a fantastic singer is one thing. To be a fantastic (and versatile) vocalist, “A” class drummer, solid songwriter and stellar producer? Phil’s got the juice-no […]
Mariah’s long list of chart-toppers, ranked from worst to first.
I rank every song to hit #1 in 1990. Let’s kick it!
Can you stand the suspense? Well, worry no more-the top ten is here.
Let’s keep on movin’ to the top of our ranking of each song to hit #1 R&B on Billboard in the ’80s. In this installment-Soul II Soul and more!
It’s not time to say “hasta la vista, baby” just yet…but we’re close!
It’s all about Quincy Jones as we head into the top 50–Q produced three songs in the latest installment.
You might think we’re crazy, but we’re serious.
Frankie Beverly loved those hats, didn’t he?
We continue our ranking of every #1 R&B song of the ’80s with Rick & Teena (but not together.)
We continue our countdown with a double dose of Whitney and so much more…