The “Angry Young Man” grew up to become a Furious Middle-Aged Dude.
Some of these are the greatest records you’ve ever heard. Others, not so much.
These are the 147 most perfect pop records ever created. How much of a pop addict are you?
Plus puppies, a kitty, and a bunny; our guilty celeb crushes; and the alcohol that actually HELPS you lose weight.
What else would you expect Sudeikis to on a Saturday night in his hometown? “Just The Way You Are,” exactly.
Justin Timberlake, Daft Punk, My Bloody Valentine, David Bowie and other artists have released new music after extended absences this year. Who could be next?
Just try to make it through this post without joy-crying at least once.
Because nothing says I love you like reminding your partner of his shortcomings.
ForAmerica, a conservative 501(c)(4) group, has released a very elaborate anti-Obama version of “We Didn’t Start the Fire.” “They just keep on lying as our freedom’s dying.”
The Piano Man symbolized everything I hated about living on Long Island – until his music itself won me over.
It’s basically just them singing and doing silly voices.
In honor of Billy Joel’s 63rd birthday, here are 10 cats and dogs completely and totally inspired by his song lyrics.
Ethan, an insanely talented six-year-old with autism, plays the classic song. My heart melts.
To mark the passing of Masturbation Month, here are 40 musical odes to onanism. These songs are either completely about masturbation, make reference to masturbation or involve sex toys designed for self-pleasure. This list is by no means comprehensive. Add your favorite auto-erotic tracks in the comments below!
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A new Slate article attempts to dissect why Billy Joel is “the worst pop singer ever,” leading others to chime in on why (or why not) Piano Man sucks. Don’t think that everyone on Long Island won’t find your home address, haterz. When it comes to BJ, they will stop at nothing.
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Billy Joel’s breakout record is celebrating its 30th anniversary with a re-release. The toxic combination of hairspray, motor oil, and Aqua di Gio will be unavoidable when the album hits, so if you know what’s good for you (and your lungs), you’ll stay as far away from Long Island as possible. (Confession: Having grown up on Long Island, I can recite every lyric to “Scenes From An Italian Restaurant” verbatim. Can’t deny your roots, right?)
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