You're question reminded me of the scene in Tommy Boy where Chris Farley and David Spade are riding in the car and the Carpenter's "Don't You Remember You Told Me You Love Me Baby" comes on, and they just start looking at each other like, "How gay is this!" but agree to leave it on. Then the scene jumps ahead a minute or two and they are both singing the song at the top of their lungs and bawling their heads off!! What made the scene great is that we've all been there.
I LOVE this scene, great guilty pleasure movie as well. Leon Russel and Bonnie Bramlet wrote Superstar. At the time, I thought The Carpenters were too easy listening. Now I love them.
I was one of the only people to admit to liking Hanson. Oom Bop made me think of The Partridge Family, happy music for me. I love Bobby Sherman, Donnie Osmond/Osmond Brothers oldies. David Cassidy is STILL a dream. His Cherish was better than the Association's version which is a classic. I love the Monkees and the Archies. Tommy Roe, Tommy James, 1910 Fruitgum Co. Anything bubblegum. Love the Ramones doing bubblegum.
How about Cartman from South Park singing, "Come sail away. Come sail away. Come sail away with me..You Guys?"