Give it up for my most played song on iTunes of all time! One of the premier examples of that soaring mid-00s pop-rock all the gals were serving up - and the fact that it was the debut of a brand-new, brilliant Australian act was just the cherry on top. I get such a rush when this one comes on. Blistering power-pop perfection.
"4ever" played in the background of a couple of movies so I kept thinking "I should check out the Veronicas". I didn't actually get around to it until around the time "Hook me up" came out because a user on this forum said their favourite love song was "I could get used to this".
Sadly I missed the "hook me up" tour so I didn't get to see them live in the UK until 2015. Covid has made seeing them difficult.
It would be nice to have re-rate for The Veronicas since the last one was handled so poorly and they've alot of material since then, but I also don't remember that rate having a ton of voters and/or hype so I'd be hesitant to take the reins myself.
It would be nice to have re-rate for The Veronicas since the last one was handled so poorly and they've alot of material since then, but I also don't remember that rate having a ton of voters and/or hype so I'd be hesitant to take the reigns myself.
TAKE BACK| KODA KUMI Voted By:@RUNAWAY Year: 2000 Country of Origin: Japan Appearance: 2nd
I don’t even know how to explain how much joy this song brings. As soon as it starts, it’s like...I’m a carefree teenager again. There are just songs that take you there, specific places in time, and this is one of them for me. I can’t even list the amount of times I’ve been feeling like shit only for this song to come on and completely change my mood. I’m so happy that I discovered Kuu-chan when I did, or else I might be a totally different person now.
IF YOU WANNA HAVE SOME FUN| SPICE GIRLS Voted By:@saviodxl Year: 2000 Country of Origin: England
The hit that never was! Had they released this amazing track as a single, I'm pretty sure this would've been a classic. Now a fan favorite, this R&B funky pop banger sees the Spice Girls surfing a sound that was very in vogue those days, but adding some spice to it. Yeah, I did that. The bass guitar sounds in the beginning are so inviting, Emma's ad libs in the final chorus just make me wanna melt, those 'wink wink nudge nudge' in the pre-chorus sung in perfect harmony are a bliss and the chorus itself it's sassy af, after all they were not that young anymore. Tik Tokers, do your job and bring this song some justice.