Unfortunately, time has caught up with the Bottom Feeders camp, so there will be a one-week delay for the 45th installment. (Dave just wants everyone to read the 44th installment again, but if you interpret this delay as a tribute to our 44th president, Dave and his teething infant son won’t mind. Á¢€”Ed.) To hold you over until we continue next week, I give you three songs from the Billboard Hot Dance/Disco chart during the 1980s.

Á¢€Å“The Record Keeps SpinningÁ¢€ — 1984, #32

Á¢€Å“Watch the Closing DoorsÁ¢€ — 1984, #6

Á¢€Å“Dancing on the FireÁ¢€ — 1988, #15

Finally, while this has nothing to do with the ’80s, it screams out what Bottom Feeders is all about. Until Monday night I thought no one would ever be able to wiggle under the bar that was set so low by D4L’s “Laffy Taffy,” but by the grace of God, I present you with what is probably the lowest point of the entire decade — maybe all of music history, for that matter. Feast your eyes on the G-Spot Boyz and their “hit” song, “Stanky Legg.”

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You have to wonder why more people don’t just pick two notes on their Fisher-Price keyboard and any two random words and have a hit record.

Please forgive me for the sin of “Stanky Legg” and come back next week, when we continue with the letter J and I premiere my video for “Do the Douchebag Crunch.”

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Dave Steed

Dave Steed is all about music; 80's and metal to be exact. His iPod will shuffle from Culture Club to Slayer and he won't blink an eye. He's never heard Astral Weeks but thinks "Dazzey Duks" by Duice is the bomb. It's an odd little corner of the world he lives in.

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