I'd add to this the coincidence of the two rates and the Madonna rare ending up with the same positions for both Like A Prayer (#2) and Frozen (#1)It's interesting that the second and first placed songs in the 'Women Of The 80's' rate, 'Like A Prayer' and
'Running Up That Hill' got more points then the winner of the 'Women Of The 90's' rate.
Back to the main five divas for this elimination.
Please do try and keep up.
Highest score: 10 from @Doodvid
Lowest score: 3 from @rav4boy
WRITTEN BY: Brian Higgins, Tim Powell, Stuart McLennan, and Matt Grey
PRODUCED BY: Brian Higgins, Matt Grey, Tim Powell, and Stuart McLennan (Xenomania)
@DJHazey (6): A lot of the same arguments I had against “Everything I Wanted” apply to this as well, just it’s generally more pleasant I guess. Never Give Up on the Good Times it is not.
@daninternational (6.25): basic bop
@berserkboi (7.5): Very nice, but also very repetitive!
@Remorque (7.75): A great bonus track, but I understand why it was left off of the album in the end as it didn’t really fit the soundscape.
@rav4boy (3): Sounds like a bit of a regression to be honest and too much like Dannii’s earlier work.
Next time… sadly, the first 11 falls.
Song Data Rundown (so I don't have to type that all up tomorrow and can just post the results)
Artist | Britney Spears | Madonna
1990s Decade Charts | #8 in UK, #78 in US | #233 in Belgium
Wait, "Baby One More Time" was the 8th best selling single of the 90s?!
7 songs included in the rate were in the Top 20 best-selling singles of the 90's in the UK -Wait, "Baby One More Time" was the 8th best selling single of the 90s?!
7 songs included in the rate were in the Top 20 best-selling singles of the 90's in the UK -
Barbie Girl - 4th
Believe - 5th
...Baby One More Time - 8th
I Will Always Love You - 10th
My Heart Will Go On - 11th
Wannabe - 12th
Never Ever - 14th
Celine's Think Twice was 16th
I wouldn't rule out stanning Teletubbies if they brought the bubblegum bops. I did once give a 10 to LazyTown...