Pop Culture Madness'
Music Charts Different From
Other Music Charts?
Did you know that more people are familiar with Frank Sinatra's
"Summer Wind" than "Winchester Cathedral"
or "Ballad of the Green Berets," yet the latter
two were No. 1 hits in 1966, whereas the former only reached
No. 25? And the Romantics' "What I Like about You"
and Bob Marley's "Jamming" are among the most requested
songs, but neither reached the Billboard Top 40 list?
Don't worry if you didn't know that, because Pop Culture
Madness strives to give readers a true list of songs that
have outlasted the rest from their era. The music lists are
always subject to change and are based on YOUR suggestions
and requests. And unless you're older than Methuselah, you
can find the greatest and most remembered 200, 500, 1000,
2000, even 3000 songs since you were born, all listed by year
(and going through this month's
PCM's 1920 - 2012 Top Music Hits
# 1 Song When You
What Were Mom and Dad Listening
to When You Were Conceived?
Song Specialty Lists
Many websites rehash music that "was," but Pop
Culture Madness' Pop Music lists are designed to show what
music "still is." So stick around awhile and take
a peek. Soon you'll go from being the person above to a music
maven and all-around "Daddy Cool."