(Refresh for a surprise. Can you find them all?) Debuting in January 2009 with the single album, "New Schoolgirl", After School instantly made their mark on the kpop industry with a nonstop barrage of hit singles. Over their seven year run, the group has tackled numerous concepts including drumming, tap dancing, and pole dancing, cementing themselves as a top-tier performance group. Originally modeled after both the Pussycat Dolls (with their early styling) and Morning Musume (with their admissions and graduations concept), After School has had a revolving door of members and line-ups since its debut. Altogether, eleven different women have been part of the group. The group's total roster includes Kahi, Jung-A, Soyoung, Juyeon, Bekah, U-ie, Raina, Nana, Lizzy, E-Young, and Kaeun. As of today, Nana is the only member to not have graduated from the group. Earlier this year, five former members, Kahi, Jung-A, Juyeon, Bekah, and Raina, reunited for the MMTG Hidden Gems Concert, so it feels like the perfect time to celebrate their career. — 01 Please give all 70 songs in the rate a score between 0 and 10, with your ONE favorite song getting an 11. Simple decimals points (.1, .25, .5, .75, etc.) are allowed. 02 For songs with multiple versions, feel free to rate the version you prefer. The only exceptions are the alternate versions included in the song list (i.e. the "Japan Ver." tracks from PLAYGIRLZ). 03 Commentary is greatly encouraged - and very much appreciated - but it's not mandatory. 04 Please don't troll. We would like this rate to be a celebration of After School's legacy and achievements, so if you find your scores are low to middling, it's okay not to send a ballot. 05 Please us the PM list we've provided in the post below when you PM your finished scores, alongside any commentary you've written, to both @Love Deluxe and me, @vague. It makes entering your scores so much easier for us. Voting closes Sunday, October 24th, 2021 at 11:59 pm in the last time zone. An extension is always a possibility, but, for now, count on ballots being due then.