Allow me to list a few of the songs we heard while we were there: "Secret Agent Man," Neil Young's "Heart of Gold," "Magic Carpet Ride," Cher's "Turn Back Time," and the real winner, Creed's "Arms Wide Open."
Again, the catalog was gigantic. Ace of Base? Covered. Nelly Furtado? There. Bon Jovi? Oh, oh yes. There were only a couple (admittedly more obscure) singers we couldn't find (Tom Waits,) but so, so many more that we could. Operative X, I will have you know they, in fact, had one "You Never Call Me By My Name," so now you're obligated.
The next part of the plot is getting a bunch of people together to go down there, and, you know, actually try singing something. Sailor Tork is pushing me to sing Danzig's "Mother," but I think I will have to go with something simpler at first, either "Comfortably Numb" or, in fact, "Folsolm Prison Blues."