183 SCORE: 6.191 2015 PLACEMENT: 168 of 210 (5.99) HIGHEST SCORE: 10 x 1 (@DJHazey) LOWEST SCORE: 0 x 2 (@Bleu Noir @Mister_G) MY SCORE: 4/10 I hate to say it I hope I don't sound ridiculous but I don't know what this song is. I mean, it could be walking down the street and I wouldn't... I wouldn't know a thing. Sorry to this song. I'm not even being that hyperbolic. In fact I'm probably lucky it didn't come up in that game I mentioned last week where I had to guess the Madonna song by the first five seconds because this would have stumped me. I think I've listened to "It's So Cool" a grand total of five, maybe six times. 1. Discovering it actually existed in the perineum of Celebration 2. Scoring it in 2015 (1 and 2 might have happened in one listen) 3. After @DJHazey gave it his 11/10 in 2015 to wonder what on earth he was thinking 4. Doing the write up for its elimination in 2015 5. Scoring it in 2020 6. Doing the write up for its elimination in 2020 Narrator Voice: He didn't yet know it, but the sixth time would actually be the last time @RJF listened to "It's So Cool" because when the time to run the Madonna Discography Rate for a third time came, he would instead choose to jump from the nearest bridge. Bizarrely enough, it was originally an American Life outtake, which at least explains the lyrical perspective and the Mirwais Ahmadzaï writing credit. Did Paul Oakenfold just power hose any identity off of it? I mean, at least "Revolver" manages to imprint itself on your memory for better or worse. The 2002 demo is a marked improvement if only for the fact that the spirit of the song hasn't been crushed under anonymous pop-dance production but overall it doesn't sound fit to lick the sole of the shoes of any song on American Life in any form. I've included a link below. There are also a few attention seekers on YouTube with demos marked as being produced by Bloodshy & Avant, and I can confidently tell you, dear readers, that this is a hoax and they ever touched the damn thing. Another myth busted wide open by my pole of truth. This will be the last time I acknowledge this song. I've already forgotten what it sounds like, although I'm sure @DJHazey is about to tell us.