Voices: Daryl Hall And John Oates
First of all, I would like to congratulate me for making it to 5,000 recommendations. Congratulations Chad! It's a monstrous task that few -- maybe only two-- can truly appreciate. I think it's important to note though that I really did nothing. In some act of God or scientific miracle, at the very least, my impeccable taste took over my body. And for the last umpteen months, I've blacked out on a regular basis. The result: 5k recommendations. Consciously thought, I've been plotting my five thousandth rec. for weeks. I mean, it's a big one and people will read about it and appreciate it for years -- hell, decades to come. So, it was important for me to really do something special. And when we think of important and special, I think we all think of the same thing: John Oates' unparalleled mustache. I mean, it's beautiful. Jesus Christ himself called him up and asked for his barber's phone number -- like it would help. But, the mustache itself is just a coincidence. We'll call it collateral awesomeness to the real gem here. I, of course, am talking about the 9th studio album from Hall & Oates. This 1980 masterpiece isn't just peppered with four top 40 songs, but is also overflowing with genius 80s pop tunes in every track. Listen to "You Make My Dreams" right now and you'll instantly see why this album got such an honor.