The 100 Songs You Should Know presented by 88.7 The Pulse all Labor Day Weekend

88.7 The Pulse is ready to increase your music I.Q this Labor Day weekend with 100 Songs That You Should Know! From Friday, September 1st at 6am with Steve and Jonathan on The Morning Beat and continuing through Midnight, Labor Day, Monday September 4th, The Pulse will be playing some of the most important songs in music history. Each unveils a story that has affected popular culture in some way. Do you think you can name them all?

The Pulse and EVIT (The East Valley Institute of Technology) radio students will join in with “behind the music” segments. Enjoy your three days off work and/or school, and join us by the pool, in your car, at home, with friends, on the go with our smartphone app, 887 The Pulse, even online at pulseradio.fm, as we play the 100 Songs You Should Know throughout Labor Day Weekend!

Sweet Child of Mine Guns N Roses
YMCA Village People
Hotel California The Eagles
Lose Yourself Eminem
Thriller Michael Jackson
Billie Jean Michael Jackson
When Doves Cry Prince
ABC The Jackson 5
Respect Aretha Franklin
Play That Funky Music Wild Cherry
Achy Breaky Heart Billy Ray Cyrus
Enter Sandman Metallica
Eye of The Tiger Survivor
Pour Some Sugar on Me Def Lepard
Vision of Love Mariah Carey
Party in the USA Miley Cyrus
Party Rock Anthem LMFAO
In Da Club 50 Cent
Sandstorm DaRude
Girl You Know It’s True Milli Vanilli
Baby One More Time Britney Spears
I love Rock N Roll Joan Jett & The Blackhearts
Maneater Daryl Hall & John Oats
Born in the USA Bruce Springsteen
Purple Haze Jimi Hendrix
Baby Got Back Sir Mix A lot
Macarena Los Del Rio
Jack & Dianne John Mellencamp
Baby Justin Bieber
Bye Bye Bye *NSYNC
I Got You Babe Sonny & Cher
I Gotta Feeling Black Eye peas
I Want it That Way The Backstreet Boys
You Can’t Touch This MC Hammer
Ice Ice Baby Vanilla Ice
Smells Like Teen Spirit Nirvana
The Twist Chubby Checker
Don’t be Cruel/Hound Dog Elvis Presley
Hey Ya/The Way You Move Outkast
Friends in Low Places Garth Brooks
Satisfaction The Rolling Stones
Surfin USA The beach Boys
Kokomo the Beach Boys
Stairway to heaven Led Zeppelin
Light My Fire The Doors
Fight for your Right Beastie Boys
I Want to Hold Your Hand The Beatles
My Girl The Temptations
Ring of Fire Johnny Cash
Stayin’ Alive The Bee Gees
Rapper’s Delight The Sugar Hill Gang
Physical Olivia Newton John
I’ll be there for you (the Friends Theme) The Rembrandts
Like a Virgin Madonna
Like a Prayer Madonna
Hey Jude The Beatles
Livin on a Prayer Bon Jovi
We’re not Gonna Take it Twisted Sister
Video Killed The Radio Star The Buggles
Sweet Caroline Neil Diamond
God Bless the USA Lee Greenwood
My Sharona The Knack
867-5309 Jenny Tommy Tutone
Mony Mony Tommy James/Billy Idol
Rock Around The Clock Bill Hailey and The Comets
Rock This Town Stray Cats
Old Time Rock N Roll Bob Seger
Walk This Way Run DMC feat Aerosmith
Waterfalls TLC
Can you feel the Love Tonight Elton John
Poison Bel Biv Devoe
Gonna Make you Sweat C&C Music Factory
I’m too Sexy Right Said Fred
Jump Around House of Pain
Beth Kiss
More than a Feeling Boston
We Built this City Starship
Money For Nothing Dire Straits
The Message Grandmaster Flash
Everything I do (I do for you) Bryan Adams
Nothin’ but A G Thang Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg
Boyz in The Hood NWA
All the Small Things Blink 182
Barbie Girl Aqua
Electric Boogie Marcia Griffiths
The Fox Ylvis
Bangarang Skrillex
Despacito Luis Fonsi-Justin Bieber
End of the Road Boys II Men
Laffy Taffy D4L
Yeah Usher feat Lil Jon
Get Low Lil Jon & The Eastside Boys
Live Like You Were Dyin’ Tim McGraw
I Still haven’t Found what I’m looking for U2
Daughter Pearl Jam
Under The Bridge The Red Hot Chili peppers
Take On Me A-ha
Toy Soldiers Martika/Eminem
Stand By Me Ben E. King
Born to Be Wild SteppenWolf

Jeff Kode

Jeff Kode has previously written articles for The Arizona Republic, as well as other publications including Echo Magazine and IONAZ Magazine. He is an enthusiastic movie lover, and enjoys discovering new music. He was previously on air middays with his own show The Sugar Rush, 6-9 am on The Morning Beat with Steve and Jeff, and can now be heard during the afternoon drive 3 to 5 pm at 88.7 The Pulse.