Discussion in 'Charts, rates etc' started by Mvnl, May 8, 2017.
Oh sadly I can't watch this because "SME" has blocked it in Austria ...
New upload coming. It's like labels don't want their artists to be discovered!
Is always satisfying to see someone enjoy an artist you already love
Lay down is really a cute song! And again I don't know the most of the others but I instantly liked the Divinyls and the Monks ...
DiVinyls was me - adding more Steinberg/Kelly compositions so my list (whose songs so dominated my early draft of the list - after a little arrangement, no more "In your room" for The Bangles, who I'm happy to see will have people other than me supporting them).
Pop! were an OK pop group, but "Heaven and Earth" is such a bop.
Dame Lonnie Gordon!
Heaven & Earth!
Not watched any new videos since Friday so I'm catching up now. Some random thoughts:
- Neverending Story by Creamy was the first CD single I ever bought.
- Monrose should have done a little better in this. (I know I didn't vote for them, but still.)
- That Clare Maguire song is amazing. I knew that already, but I just felt like saying that.
Yeah, I'm sure Monrose could/would have been a little higher if they'd made more international impact.
But I guess the same 'what if..' scenarios apply to a lot of acts leaving now. As a lot of comments show it's not like these are only acts appreciated by one person.
I hope Kimberley Walsh pops up again.
What an odd wish.
Remaining #37s coming up soon!
I hope Sarah beats Chimola. I know it's not happening.
That's it for the #37s with 1 vote!
The quality of some of those acts already leaving!!
Of course I wasn't expecting people to put total shit near the bottom of their lists, but this bodes pretty well for the 880 acts ahead.
Thought Bruno might do slightly better, Unorthodox Jukebox is one of the best male pop albums of recent years and 24K ain't too shabby either.
Bit of a kii at his song pick being a feature.
It's kinda his best song though, and Mark Ronson really is just the producer.
Love me some Jody Watley/Shalamar over the last year or two.
Where The Boys Are
Looking For A New Love
Still A Thrill
Some Kind Of Lover
Most Of All
So many top tunes. I'm glad she was briefly big in the US at least.
Get ready for my #36 and her classic 1988 Finnish megahit!
Alright, one more!
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