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At The Hop
Written by John Madara, Arthur Singer and Dave White (uncredited)
Flash Cadillac (as Flash Cadillac and The Continental Kids)
Produced by Kim Fowley
Courtesy of Roulette Records:
A Thousand Miles Away
Written by James Sheppard and William H. Miller (uncredited)
The Heartbeats
Courtesy of Roulette Records:
Barbara Anne
Written by Fred Fassert (uncredited)
The Regents
Courtesy of Roulette Records:
Fannie Mae
Written by Morris Levy, Clarence Lewis and Waymon Glasco (uncredited)
Buster Brown
Courtesy of Roulette Records:
Gee
Written by Morris Levy and William Davis (uncredited)
The Crows
Courtesy of Roulette Records:
Heart And Soul
Written by Hoagy Carmichael and Frank Loesser (incredited)
The Cleftones
Courtesy of Roulette Records:
I Only Have Eyes For You
Music by Harry Warren (uncredited)
Lyrics by Al Dubin (uncredited)
The Flamingos
Courtesy of Roulette Records:
Party Doll
Written by Jimmy Bowen and Buddy Knox (uncredited)
Buddy Knox
Courtesy of Roulette Records:
Peppermint Twist
Written by Joey Dee and Henry Glover (uncredited)
Joey Dee and The Starlighters (as Joey Dee & The Starlighters)
Courtesy of Roulette Records:
See You In September
Written by Sid Wayne and Sherman Edwards (uncredited)
The Tempos
Courtesy of Roulette Records:
Why Do Fools Fall In Love
Written by Frankie Lymon and Morris Levy (uncredited)
Frankie Lymon
Courtesy of Roulette Records:
Ya Ya
Written by Lee Dorsey, Clarence Lewis, Morgan Robinson and Morris Levy (uncredited)
Lee Dorsey
Courtesy of Roulette Records:
Chantilly Lace
Written by The Big Bopper (as J.P. Richardson) (uncredited)
The Big Bopper
Courtesy of Mercury Records:
She's So Fine
Written by Kris Moe and Linn Phillips III (incredited)
Flash Cadillac (as Flash Cadillac and The Continental Kids)
Produced by Kim Fowley
Courtesy of Roulette Records:
Louie Louie
Written by Richard Berry (uncredited)
Performed by Flash Cadillac (as Flash Cadillac and The Continental Kids)
Produced by Kim Fowley
Courtesy of Roulette Records:
The Great Pretender
Written by Buck Ram (uncredited)
The Platters
Courtesy of Mercury Records:
Little Darlin'
Written by Maurice Williams (uncredited)
The Diamonds
Courtesy of Mercury Records:
Almost Grown
Written by Chuck Berry (uncredited)
Chuck Berry
Courtesy of Chess/Janus division of GRT Corporation:
Book of Love
Written by Warren Davis, Charles Patrick and George Malone (uncredited)
The Monotones
Courtesy of Chess/Janus division of GRT Corporation:
Goodnight Sweetheart Goodnight
Written by Pookie Hudson and Calvin Carter (uncredited)
The Spaniels'
Courtesy of Chess/Janus division of GRT Corporation:
Ain't That A Shame
Written by Fats Domino and David Bartholomew (uncredited)
Fats Domino
Courtesy of United Artists Records:
The Great Imposter
Written by Sharon Sheeley and Jackie DeShannon (uncredited)
The Fleetwoods
Courtesy of United Artists Records:
Love Potion #9
Written by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller (uncredited)
The Clovers
Courtesy of United Artists Records:
You're Sixteen
Written by Robert B. Sherman and Richard M. Sherman (uncredited)
Johnny Burnette
Courtesy of United Artists Records:
Maybe Baby
Written by Buddy Holly and Norman Petty (uncredited)
Buddy Holly
Courtesy of Decca Records:
Rock Around The Clock
Written by Max Freedman and James E. Myers (uncredited)
Bill Haley and the Comets (as Bill Haley & His Comets)
Courtesy of Decca Records:
All Summer Long
Written by Brian Wilson and Mike Love (uncredited)
The Beach Boys
Courtesy of Capitol Records:
Get a Job
Written by The Silhouettes (uncredited)
The Silhouettes
Courtesy of Bell Records:
To The Aisle
Written by Billy Dawn Smith and Stuart Wiener (uncredited)
The Five Satins
Courtesy of Bell Records:
Crying In The Chapel
Written by Artie Glenn (uncredited)
'Sonny Till & The Orioles
Courtesy of Sue-Ellen Productions:
Do You Wanna Dance
Written by Bobby Freeman (uncredited)
Bobby Freeman
Courtesy of Sue-Ellen Productions:
Green Onions
Written by Lewie Steinberg, Al Jackson Jr., Booker T. Jones and Steve Cropper (uncredited)
Booker T. & the M.G.s (as Booker T & The MG's)
Courtesy of Atlantic Records:
Runaway
Written by Del Shannon and Max Crook (uncredited)
Del Shannon
Courtesy of Embee Productions:
Teen Angel
Written by Red Surrey and Jean Dinning (as Jean Surrey) (uncredited)
Mark Dinning
Courtesy of MGM Records, Inc.:
Since I Don't Have You
Written by The Skyliners
The Skyliners
Courtesy of Original Sound Record Co., Inc.:
Come Go With Me
Written by Clarence E. Quick (uncredited)
The Del Vikings
Courtesy of Paramount Records:
Sixteen Candles
Written by Luther Dixon and Allyson Khent (uncredited)
The Crests
Courtesy of Post Records:
Some Enchanted Evening
(uncredited)
Music by Richard Rodgers
Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
Only You
Written by Buck Ram (uncredited)
The Platters
Courtesy of Mercury Records:
Smoke Gets In Your Eyes
Music by Jerome Kern (uncredited)
Lyrics by Otto A. Harbach (uncredited)
The Platters
Courtesy of Mercury Records:
The Stroll
Written by Clyde Otis and Nancy Lee (uncredited)
The Diamonds'
Courtesy of Mercury Records:
Johnnie B. Goode
Written by Chuck Berry (uncredited)
Chuck Berry
Courtesy of Chess/Janus division of GRT Corporation:
That'll Be the Day
Written by Jerry Allison, Buddy Holly and Norman Petty (uncredited)
Buddy Holly
Courtesy of Decca Records:
Surfin' Safari
Written by Brian Wilson and Mike Love (uncredited)
The Beach Boys
Courtesy of Capitol Records:

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