1. The ladies in Las Vegas give up their panties when this man asks this question.
2. This legendary 80's band has the antidote for being sad: it's this song about romantic felines.
3. Life's too good for them, and apparently so is English. So this song is sung in their native tongue, Icelandic.
4. It's a Cornhole song. It's title is short, sweet, and to the point.
5. One founder of this band evolved into a movie-composer, making soundtracks for movies like RUSHMORE.
6. This song title is named for the ultimate pre-teen cute-boys magazine of all time, from which 8th grade girls cut out pictures of Hanson and Ralph Macchio to hang in their lockers. It's from the album of the same name.
7. An overlooked non-hit song song from this popular 80's band band. Coincidentally, the album title has a cat-reference as well.
8. The comic strip from the 60's spawned a TV show in the 70's and a movie in 2001. This is the TV theme song.
9. REMember this album from 1992? The song wasn't an automatic hit, but I give it a gold star anyway.
10. Two songs on the tape are by this artist whose name is the reference needed. Here comes my baby to listen to them with me. Ooh, baby, it's a wild world.
11. Think 80s band. Think rockabilly revival. Then think jailbait.
12. An ultra-lounge-y song, by a lady who best known for her work with Nino Tempo. Cocktails anyone?
13. Da dum. Da dum. Da dum da dum da dum da dum da duuuuuum....
14. Before they were Jr. they had a self-titled CD that featured a song about cats and dishes.
15. Cum play this CD from one of Denton's best art-rock bands.
16. This song is on a recent compilation CD of Denton bands. Its one-word song title shares it's name with the only word in the most famous cat-food-commercial song.
17. This indie band who's fanbase included Kurt Cobain and Nirvana, is named after a common petroleum jelly. The song title suggests something that would not require the use of said lubricant.
18. The recipe for this band is one part Sonic Youth, one part Pavement, one part Boredoms, and one part Pussy Galore. The song is called Feed the Tree.
19. Song # 1 by Elvis Costello: a song full of feline references that can be found on the album that every volleyball player must have!
Song # 2 by Elvis Costello: came out on one of his Variety albums.