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* CreatorBacklash: In addition to above, he didn't care for "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2jMNwMg7joQ Two To The Power Of Love]]." his duet with Music/JanetJackson, telling ''Smash Hits'' he figured [[Music/MichaelJackson her brother]] would help out on it so it would turn out all right.

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* CreatorBacklash: In addition to above, he didn't care for "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2jMNwMg7joQ Two To The Power Of Love]]." his duet with Music/JanetJackson, telling ''Smash Hits'' he figured [[Music/MichaelJackson her brother]] would help out on it so it would turn out all right.right.
* [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff Filipinos Love Cliff Richard]]: In the Philippines he is mostly known for the melancholic saccharine ballad “Ocean Deep” as an epitome of “senti” aka sentimental music.


* CreatorBacklash: In addition to above, he didn't care for "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2jMNwMg7joQ Two To The Power Of Love]]." his duet with Music/JanetJackson, telling ''Smash Hits''he figured [[Music/MichaelJackson her brother]] would help out on it so it would turn out all right.

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* CreatorBacklash: In addition to above, he didn't care for "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2jMNwMg7joQ Two To The Power Of Love]]." his duet with Music/JanetJackson, telling ''Smash Hits''he Hits'' he figured [[Music/MichaelJackson her brother]] would help out on it so it would turn out all right.


* CreatorBacklash: In addition to above, he didn't care for [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2jMNwMg7joQ Two To The Power Of Love]]." his duet with Music/JanetJackson telling ''Smash Hits'' that her figured [[Music/MichaelJackson her brother]] would help out on it so it would turn out all right.

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* CreatorBacklash: In addition to above, he didn't care for [[https://www."[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2jMNwMg7joQ Two To The Power Of Love]]." his duet with Music/JanetJackson Music/JanetJackson, telling ''Smash Hits'' that her Hits''he figured [[Music/MichaelJackson her brother]] would help out on it so it would turn out all right.


* OldShame: his CoverVersion of "Honky Tonk Angel,"''immediately'' became this for Sir Cliff when he found out the title didn't mean a piano player, but instead [[TheOldestProfession something rather different]].

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* OldShame: his CoverVersion of "Honky Tonk Angel,"''immediately'' became this for Sir Cliff when he found out the title didn't mean a piano player, but instead [[TheOldestProfession something rather different]].different]].
* CreatorBacklash: In addition to above, he didn't care for [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2jMNwMg7joQ Two To The Power Of Love]]." his duet with Music/JanetJackson telling ''Smash Hits'' that her figured [[Music/MichaelJackson her brother]] would help out on it so it would turn out all right.


* OldShame: his CoverVersion of "Honky Tonk Angels,"

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* OldShame: his CoverVersion of "Honky Tonk Angels,"Angel,"''immediately'' became this for Sir Cliff when he found out the title didn't mean a piano player, but instead [[TheOldestProfession something rather different]].


* TechnologyMarchesOn: In "Carrie" the protagonist visits an address trying to find the titular girl only to be told that "doesn't live here any more" and "that she left no forwarding address". These days he'd probably just look her up on Website/{{Facebook}}. The song also talks about a "message on a payphone wall" - with payphones rapidly disappearing in most modern locales this seems quaint to modern listeners.

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* TechnologyMarchesOn: In "Carrie" the protagonist visits an address trying to find the titular girl only to be told that "doesn't live here any more" and "that she left no forwarding address". These days he'd probably just look her up on Website/{{Facebook}}. The song also talks about a "message on a payphone wall" - with payphones rapidly disappearing in most modern locales this seems quaint to modern listeners.listeners.
* OldShame: his CoverVersion of "Honky Tonk Angels,"


* TechnologyMarchesOn: In "Carrie" the protagonist visits an address trying to find the titular girl only to be told that "doesn't live here any more" and "that she left no forwarding address". These days he'd probably just look her up on Website/{{Facebook}}.

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* TechnologyMarchesOn: In "Carrie" the protagonist visits an address trying to find the titular girl only to be told that "doesn't live here any more" and "that she left no forwarding address". These days he'd probably just look her up on Website/{{Facebook}}. The song also talks about a "message on a payphone wall" - with payphones rapidly disappearing in most modern locales this seems quaint to modern listeners.


* TechnologyMarchesOn: In "Carrie" the protagonist visits an address trying to find the titular girl only to be told that "doesn't live here any more" and "that she left no forwarding address". These days he'd probably just her up on Website/{{Facebook}}.

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* TechnologyMarchesOn: In "Carrie" the protagonist visits an address trying to find the titular girl only to be told that "doesn't live here any more" and "that she left no forwarding address". These days he'd probably just look her up on Website/{{Facebook}}.

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* TechnologyMarchesOn: In "Carrie" the protagonist visits an address trying to find the titular girl only to be told that "doesn't live here any more" and "that she left no forwarding address". These days he'd probably just her up on Website/{{Facebook}}.

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