There are a group of guilty pleasures that I keep in my garbage pail kids stickered trapper keeper and I couldn’t decide which one would be the best to showcase. I should put them all in a shake and bake bag, mix them up and see what happens. But then I might cross over on someone else’s territory and a lot of contributors will be clamoring for this subject. So I’m going with soft rock or my own coined term “Walgreens music”. When I worked there I noticed they would have a certain line-up of dreamy 70’s tunes that were inspirational, like Air Supply’s "Makin Love out of Nothin at all", creepy: Benny Mardones “If I could fly I’d pick you up and take you into the night” (like the child molesting vampire that I am). Or just pretty: "IF…" by Bread or anything by Bread is earnestly sincere and dripping with corporate radio, manufactured feelings. I think Walgreens is to blame for my gravitating toward this FM 70’s radio goodness; I’ve made my own comps of type of soft rock (I was even excited to see The Yacht Rock people on Vh1 classics, ironic or not, doesn’t really matter to me). Eckerd Drugs had their own radio (and my wife will testify, it played the same songs that Walgreens played). It’s a corporate 70’s radio deal inked by Fleetwood Mac, Journey and Satan in ancient times. The two drugstore conglomerates got together and handpicked songs that would correspond to shopping for toothbrushes, laxatives or cold medicine. It’s a perfect marriage (See, I’ve been brainwashed!?). I kept hearing these 2 songs with piano and zombie like vocals played every hour at Walgreens, one is by Double (Double what penetration?,what a retarded name) and Alan Parsons, both are included on here. On a recent note I’ve totally been loving the Tim Heidecker & Wood’s tongue in cheek take on soft rock (it’s Spinal Tap genius level parody). And I can’t find anyone else who likes it? I guess it is guilty pleasure that only a few will admit to liking, the humiliation continues!