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Answer The Call - Various - Pretty Much, Everywhere, Kids Are Going To Get Rocked! (CD, Album)

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  1. Music has come a long way but some of the greatest songs go way back. Here are some of the greatest hit songs from the '60s through the '80s that most kids born in the '90s probably don't know. Prepare to feel nostalgia or discover some classic hits.
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  4. Aug 24,  · Kid Rock surprised fans Friday with the announcement of a greatest hits album. "Greatest Hits You Never Saw Coming," is set for a Sept. 21 .
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  5. Jan 04,  · Vary your little one's musical menu with a few cool picks from releases.
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  6. Sep 18,  · Don't dismay, because there are rock 'n' roll songs that kids love as much as their parents do, and thanks to the oh-so-popular Rock and Roll Playhouse, you .
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  7. Sep 22,  · "This album really is designed more for the kids who are 8 and 9 and 10 years old. They might bop along because it's got some catchy melodies, .
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  8. A long-overlooked song from the band's final album that was rediscovered, if only briefly, when it got included on the soundtrack of the film "High Fidelity," and a song that feels ever-so-slightly different than others in the Velvet canon because it was sung not by Lou Reed (whose voice was apparently shot from touring), but by Doug Yule, the.
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