Discussion in 'Charts, rates etc' started by ohnostalgia, Apr 1, 2016.
I have @iheartpoptarts like, so... mission accomplished anyway
Aw, I like Drag Me Down. I didn't really like it when it came out, but it's a pretty enjoyable song for me now that I still listen from time to time. (I also like that I own a jacket that looks almost 95% like Harry's in that video.)
No Control needs to go.
Harry/robot is real, open your eyes, sheeple!
Also definitely a song that deserved to be top ten, shaking my head at all y'all.
Oh I was hoping Drag Me Down would be top 10. Great song.
Drag Me Down has grown on me a little since. But Louis' hook is the best bit, so how much can y'all love it?
I'm screaming at Tell Me A Lie still being here though, the little bop that could.
Unreal that No Control and Where Do Broken Hearts Go are continuing to beat superior songs...
Anyway, congratulations on creating the most outrageous/extravagant write ups in PJ history @ohnostalgia.
The real surprise story of the rate, teeb.
Now that was a really sad late birthday gift to @constantino
I'm upset because my 1 is still in this freaking rate. Also Tell Me a Lie is a certified bop. Do not speak ill of Tell Me a Lie.
I will really be okay again once No Control and Where Do Broken Hearts Go just miss out on the top 10.
AND ON MY BIRTHDAY OF ALL DAYS.
It's his birthday??? Noooooo that's so terrible. I hope y'all are ashamed of yourselves!
When the rate started did you all expect Best Song Ever and What a Feeling to be the final representatives for their albums?
Ops, not late then.
But happy birthday @constantino!!!!!
Best Song Ever, yes. What a Feeling, no.
WAY TO RUIN @constantino's BIRTHDAY.
I truly expected Drag Me Down and Perfect to make it past What A Feeling...
To be honest, there are at least 3 songs left that shouldn't be in the top 10, which is why it sucks that Rock Me and Drag Me Down were thrown out so early.
Tell Me a Lie is one of their most-loved songs on Popjustice from what I remember. That Kelly Clarkson connection goes a long way.
@Posh Spears you weren't a fan during MITAM were you? Because What a Feeling was all people could talk about. I'm not surprised by its great showing. I think I always expected it to beat out the entire album, deep down in my heart.
No, I haven't actively followed their fanbase in years, but I'm aware that it has a lot of love which is probably why I'm less upset about that being in compared to fucking Where Do Broken Hearts Go which is so damn random... At least No Control is known to be widely loved (though I'm surprised that translated here).
Where Do Broken Hearts Go is the Emma Bunton of this rate, but nowhere near as good.
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