That the band is named after a dildo from William S.
Burroughs' counter culture blow-out, , it's Christopher Cross' ubiquitous hit, "Sailing," which takes our top honors on the list.
She claims the mogul led her to an empty room and asked her to give him a massage.
She reluctantly agreed, and halfway through he began to perform oral sex on her after forcibly lifting up her skirt despite her repeated requests for him to stop.
'We’re at a point in time when women need to send a clear message that this is over,' said Paltrow.
'This way of treating women ends now.'Argento says that she became suspicious when the party she arrived at was just an empty hotel room, but was assured that people would soon be arriving by Weinstein.
Rosanna Arquette and Mira Sorvino also state that the powerful Hollywood executive forced himself upon them, but that they were able to fight off his sexual advances.
Soon after, the two women say their careers began to suffer.
The Doobie Brothers -- "What a Fool Believes" (1978) The Doubs already kind of made the list with our #6 entry, Michael Mc Donald.
But here we give the entire group its Yacht Rock toast, though admittedly, they never entered YR territory until after Mc Donald joined the band in 1975.
This track, which was released on the group's 1978 album , was not only a Number One single, but it helped propel the album to remain in the Number One slot on the charts for a staggering give weeks. Steely Dan -- "Hey Nineteen" (1980) The duo of Donald Fagan and Walter Becker brought soft faux jazz to the forefront with their intricate, quasi-progressive compositions and a light, airy feel that pissed off a whole generation of jazz purists at the same time that it climbed the pop charts, became an integral soundtrack to a generation, and provided untold amounts of samples for the world of rap.
The bubbly keyboards and Mc Donald's bouncy vocals make it a quirky slice of mellow pop goodness. While entire albums from the Steely canon could be considered Yacht Rock staples, if you had to pinpoint one singular song that exemplifies the good life of Dom Perignon, fresh Colombian powder, and waifish bikini babes strolling with bored determination across the deck of a 100 foot schooner, well this puppy would be it.
Cross burst onto the scene in 1980 with his self-titled debut album.