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The US #1s of the 2000s Rate (Part 2: 2005-2009 - Your #1 Is...)

Discussion in 'Charts, rates etc' started by Ironheade, May 22, 2016.

  1. K94

    K94

    Find aural competence.
     
  2. These are either getting 10's or my 11.
     
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  3. Not on my watch!

    Besides, it would be kinda cool to see Jay-Z win both halves of the rate.
     
  4. If you want my ballot...

    I might be a nice and throw it a few points this time (my real score), since my 0 didn't really work too well in the Rihanna rate.
     
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  5. Of course they are, hehe. Three of your highlighted ones are my most serious contenders. Choosing between them will be murder.
     
  6. Hmm I won't guess but yeah it's hard to choose between some of those songs.
     
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  7. I anticipate my Umbrella score is going to get me dragged despite not actually being that low.
     
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  8. Disturbia > Umbrella I_CANNOT_USE_REAL_WORDS_PROPERLY_.
     
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  9. ohnostalgia

    ohnostalgia Staff Member

    Remember when you gave Crazy in Love a 5?
     
  10. Let. Me. Live.
     
  11. Kinda here for a Fergie 1/2 placement. And none for London Bridge byeeee
     
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  12. Wait what?? I guess Bey is good but she's no Nickelback...
     
  13. RJF

    RJF

    Everyone give "Say It Right" their 11/10 please ok thank you.
     
  14. I joke above but a Nelly Furtado 1/2 placement is actually what should happen.
     
  15. Crying so much. Can't wait for this.
     
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  16. MollieSwift21

    MollieSwift21 Staff Member

    The second half has a lot more outstanding tracks then the first part.
     

  17. I could debate the dum-dum-de-dums vs the eh-eh-eh's forever.
     
  18. KAG

    KAG

    This section isn’t as bad as I thought it’d be. Some great songs on that list and there’s more variety in this part of the decade but I’m surprised at the lack of Pussycat Dolls. ‘Don’t Cha’, in particular was one of the songs of 2005. I assumed it would’ve been #1.
     
  19. Blocked and reported.
     
  20. Pop really came back in a big way in 2010, didn't it?

    Some great songs here, but I can't say this was an ideal time in music for me!
     
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