Discussion in 'Charts, rates etc' started by Daniel!, Jun 1, 2015.
I hope you emptied out your plate until the food was all gone.
As long as "Not That Kinda Girl" gets the highest placing b-side for being horribly cut from "On Your Radar."
Even though they fought the label for it to be on. God bless.
I'm actually ashamed for everybody, how can I Can't Wait not make the top 40 when shit like Wilfire, 808, Walking Through the Desert, Puppet & Karma are still in.
Hmm... Did the one for Ladykiller also get a side-eye?
Wildfire might be the next B-side to leave, but there's more offensive audio remaining.
Missing You doesn't even deserve a Top 70 placing, let alone a Top 40.
Shame on those that have given it a high score.
Just leave now. GO.
What's this story?
I wouldn't mind that one either, if I'm honest.
How dare you @Fascination
I Can't Wait is for me easily a 'should-of-been-on-the-album', such a shame to see it go. There are a few tracks I'd have like to have seen it beat.
@Fascination, the black sheep within the fanbase.
(Love him to bits, though.)
Issues needs to go, but I don't think it will. Maybe If This Is Love will be the next single to leave.
I Can't Wait is weak and Frankie sounds terrible.
That's basically it.
I can't deal with people continually calling out Lose Control, Puppet, Karma, and Forever Is Over. That's literally 40% of my Top 10!
Also whoever keeps thinking "What About Us" is going anywhere soon, better not play lottery or get into any kind of gambling...that's money flushed down the toilet.
I doubt What About Us is leaving soon but it's not a very good song anyway so it probably should get the fuck out of here.
This is it. I don't love you anymore.
What About Us will clearly be TOP 5 at the very least.
I'm not crazy about What About Us.
I Can't Wait is gorgeous.
Another 10 of mine falls before the Top 40. You came so near...
I Can't Wait definitely deserved better than a #41 placing... It's one of their best B-sides.
It's so incredibly lush, but sweet at the same time. Rochelle/Una/Vanessa are very good in the verses (though the latter's ad-libs tend to ruin the song's general 'feel' at the end), Mollie's middle 8 isn't my favourite, though she sounds good, I guess, but Frankie really shines on this one. Her bridge, the chorus, some of those lush harmonies... It's all her and I'm very glad she got to do this one.
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