#85 Crash & Burn (Frankmusik feat. Natasha Bedingfield) Average Score: 5.98 Highest Scores: 10 x 1 (myblood), 9 x 1 (Sprockrooster), 8.25 x 1 (Remorque) Lowest Scores: 1 x 1 (Verandi), 3 x 2 (abael, Epic Chocolat) Yet another feature leaves us, this time it's 2014's Crash & Burn by Frankmusik. The song itself is OK, I might have even liked it had Natasha been the sole vocalist, but Frankmusik's voice is kind of annoying (& there's the whole... him being a racist now). Sprockrooster (9) loved it (This is unexpectedly great.) but the rest of you weren't as complimentary. RUNAWAY (7) questions the song's inclusion in the rate (why we had to include Frankmusik in this rate is….unknown…...he tries to be so cool and he just isn’t. He’s so insufferable. Natasha’s contribution to this song is the best thing about it.) - and yet he still gave it a 7? pop3blow2 (6) also seems to have overscored (Ummm, this really goes nowhere… and the non-hook is not helping). Epic Chocolat (3) found the song's sound unexpected, but still wasn't a fan (I didn't expect this sound). OspreyQueen (4) also seemed to have her enjoyment ruined by Frankmusik's clownery (Four points for Natasha, zero for the alt-right clown), Verandi (0) did too, by the looks of it (Hello Brexiter). #84 Miracle (The Dirty Tees feat. Natasha Bedingfield) Average Score: 6.055 Highest Scores: 10 x 1 (Sprockrooster), 8 x 2 (OspreyQueen, abael) Lowest Scores: 3 x 2 (RainOnFire, Sail On), 4 x 2 (Butterfly, Epic Chocolat) Another feature in the casket, though at least The Dirty Tees' Miracle has the distinction of being our first elimination rated above a 6. The song is a cover of Fragma's 2000 hit 'Toca's Miracle', released in 2011 as a free download since The Dirty Tees and Natasha had some kind of management connection. Sprockrooster (10) thought this one was great too (A shameless trashy bop. I stan), as did OspreyQueen (8) from the looks of her score, though her comment doesn't seem to mirror that (Sure). Epic Chocolat (4) wasn't a fan (Another unnecessary cover and there are plenty). RUNAWAY (6) once again questions the inclusion of the track in the rate (this song was all production. Really didn’t need to be included here) - truthfully it was just easier to include all the features than be selective and leave out just a couple of them. #83 Sojourn Average Score: 6.058 Highest Scores: 8 x 2 (Butterfly, RUNAWAY), 7.8 x 1 (myblood), 7.5 x 3 (OspreyQueen, pop3blow2, vague) Lowest Scores: 3 x 2 (RainOnFire, Hurricane Drunk), 4 x 1 (Sprockrooster) The hidden track Sojourn becomes the first song from Unwritten to leave us. I have to say, this one does upset me a bit! I think it's great, it's always been one of my favourites of hers. I also have a soft spot for it as it was my first ever hidden track, I remember being surprised to discover it after the end of Wild Horses. I'm a non-conformist / I like doing stupid things / Like laughing on a train is one of her worst lyrics though. Verandi (4.5) seems to think this was an unnecessary inclusion after Wild Horses (Because Wild Horses wasn't enough. It's a bit less shit though. It's a shame we don't have a fully produced version of this, I'm sure it would have been a banger). RUNAWAY (8) however, was a fan - and seems to have similar memories associated with it as I do (when I first played this album and this song came on after I thought the album was done, I was kind of shook. I think this might have been my first ‘hidden track’. It’s a cute song about getting away, but yeah, it’s a great hidden track for the very end of the album).