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Subject: Re: Toolin Down the Interstate
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On Thursday, March 8, 2018 at 9:53:04 AM UTC-6, wrote:
> Cheap Trick rules.
> KISS deserves a place. 
> Green Day, meh.

I wouldn't argue against Cheap Trick or KISS, but I'd agree with JB that I would have voted for the
Doobie Brothers before either of them.

I'll admit I'm surprised that the Doobies sales aren't as high as I would have guessed. When I think
of groups a lot of people were listening to in the 70s, I generally think of the Doobies along with
the Eagles.