So two regions have the most people with their highest average, Denmark's nine members haven't been able to prevent its early cull, but what about the other region with nine members? It's time for it to take multiple hits.. #65. T-Spoon - A Part of My Life - 6.231 After 5: #70 After 10: #66 After 15: #54 After 20: #52 After 25: #57 After 30: #63 Final: #65 Highest: 10 (@31entrance) 9 x 2 (@geomixes, @Eric) Hey look, neither host is among the top scorers, but I gave this a 8.5 so I still love it. Lowest: 2 (@Aester) 2.5 (@Ray) 3 x 2 (@One Stop Candy Shop, @Conan) Album: Lexicon of Melody (1996) Charts: #17 (Netherlands) Producers: Dominic Sas and Serge Ramaekers (Cartouche) The group was founded by Shalamon Baskin (Shamrock) and Remy de Groot (Prince Peration) who were offered a recoding deal by No More Music in 1991. The band always consisted of four members on stage, but those four members were constantly changing. The initial female vocalist though was Ingrid Simons (aka BB Queen - named after B.B. King) who was a very popular session singer during this time and the main rapper was co-founder Shamrock. The band's name came about because one day Shamrock was stirring a cup of tea and said "I'd rather have a gold record than a gold tea spoon any day" and Prince Peration said "that's it...that's our name". Arguably the best combo for T-Spoon was when Linda Estelle and Shamrock teamed, which is what you hear in "A Part of My Life" as well as "Sex on the Beach" (Linda can always be spotted because her iconic short blonde hair). It's obvious "Sex on the Beach" was their biggest hit as none of their other singles touch it as far as charting outside of the Netherlands. But it wasn't always on the song list until late, more on why when that elimination happens. "A Part of My Life" is one of a handful songs I know by this group and has always been a favorite, though my ultimate favorite that would be on all-time list if I made one today, I'll post that one below. I feared people might thing this was too fast-paced for them so let's see if that's what happened. Not A Part Of Their Lives: @WowWowWowWow (6) - I'm worried that the songs that I never heard before this rate are going to suffer in scores compared to the ones I've memorized every nook and cranny of, but it is what it is. This is new to me, and I'm not sure how much I am here for these frenetic / borderline happy hardcore sounding songs. Hey, just be happy I didn't bring Blümchen into the rate, because I very could've. *evil laugh* (One of my all-time favorites so it was hard not to break the rules and add her) @berserkboi (8.7) - Weaker than the other entry. @sfmartin (6) - A bit shrill. Gives me a headache. Throws a bit too much as the wall and not all of it stick's. It sounds unnecessarily and awkwardly sped up. They are known to do all kinds of variations in the Eurodance spectrum so I bet you'd love some of their music. @Empty Shoebox (4) - All my points here going to the vocal, because the rest of the track just doesn't have it. We can waste hours debating what 'it' is, or we can just move on. I vote for the latter. At least you know Linda is the queen she is. @Seventeen Days (5) - Holy crap, this song has a super fast BPM. I bet the ravers loved this shit back in the day. I’m not ready to stan over it, but it’s catchy. @Sprockrooster (6) - This is probably a fucking jam when you are at least tipsy, but completely sober this has little impact. *watches these two hit the rave this weekend* @Ray - *got tired within 30 seconds* @One Stop Candy Shop (2.5) - Give me sex on the beach but not this. I bet your happy about the T-Spoon ranking order then. The Sun Is Always Shining, Love Is Everywhere: @geomixes (9) - This was an unexpected and most welcome Euro-frenzy I'm here to add to people's playlists. @A$AP Robbie (6) - I didn't know they had other songs. I'm just going to assume this was a good thing for you. @ohnoitisnathan (7) - Hadn't heard this before. Nice. @phily693 (7.5) - I actually know this. Or at least it sounds very familiar. Was it ever a song for the dancemat/dance machines because I can picture myself doing the steps? I don't believe so, but it would've definitely fit in well. @Remorque (8) - This was never really on my radar back in 1995, because they didn't play this on the radio, oh at all, but I did discover it on a dance compilation way back when my mother used to get me all of them and I used to listen to it all the time. A couple of years after it was initially released they did always play this at parties I was at when I was way too young to be at them when we took our annual family holiday in the south of the country. Love the stories. The reason I didn't add my all-time favorite song to this song list is because I wasn't really sure about whether it fit within the parameters of the rate. Wikipedia doesn't have it listed as a single at all and discogs says 2000, but Eurodance encyclopedia says 1999 so maybe in retrospect it could've been added. The video doesn't help much because it doesn't exactly scream official release, but whatever the case it would be in my all-time 100 songs without question. The lyrics are deliciously naughty (pun intended) - it's such a jam. PJOPS participants will know it, but the rest of you get your lives. Let's do a couple more 'songs we could have rated'. @P Grandson tells us "anything by 2 Brothers on the 4th Floor'. Okay will this do? We'll stick to the Dutch picks with this one: Also I forgot to mention after they were eliminated from this rate that he suggested "Feel the Rhythm" for Capital Sound which is worthy pick too.