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06 Dec 2004 10:41 AM
    Hey Hey Did anyone see what won song of the Year im curious as to what one it? Not sure if this has been covered yet but If you could have a song or the year what would it be?
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    06 Dec 2004 10:43 AM
    Dunno It's not been a good year, well, at least not by my standards.
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    06 Dec 2004 10:43 AM
    C'mon Opti there has to be one!!
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    06 Dec 2004 12:39 PM
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    C'mon Opti there has to be one!!
    When did "Wonderboy" come out? Oh wait, Gwen Stefani's new 'un...whatever it's called. Thats a good 'un. Good enough for me...
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    06 Dec 2004 12:44 PM
    Therapy? - "Die Like A Motherf**ker" or "Long Distance". But realistically as they get no coverage, Green Day, track 2 from american idiot. forget the name. great concept, great lyrics great band.
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    06 Dec 2004 12:54 PM
    I'm thinking the Killers Mr Brightside is cathcy as hell
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    06 Dec 2004 12:56 PM
    'Girl I'm Gonna f**k You Up' Republic Of Loose ....it at least deserves a mention
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    06 Dec 2004 01:36 PM
    totally forgot about ROL! best band in a long long time. with you on the that choice of song Gar. I also love that or the one where he calls everyone a motherf**ker.(think i have a thing about that word?)
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    06 Dec 2004 02:42 PM
    god i absolutley hate the republic of loose. worst band ever. anyway, eh, on that note, heh... so my fav tracks: mr brightside, take me out, eh... and...um.. popwise i think that natasha bedingfield song was great when i heard it first... i normally dislike all chart pop, but y'know exceptions sexmeptions....
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    06 Dec 2004 02:49 PM
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    god i absolutley hate the republic of loose. worst band ever. anyway, eh, on that note, heh...
    RE ROL, they're an antidote to all the b(l)ands who seem to exist and spawn if you will from around wexford street...anything that upsets the norm in any art/sport is OK by me. no one is hurt after all! But I think I'd love the albumn if they came from Russia or someplace else I know little about. gotta compliment your choices for best song though Kierry. (despite hating franz ferdinand's persona, i conceed they have some good tunes.)
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    06 Dec 2004 04:12 PM
    song of the year: either 'take me out' by franz ferdinand or 'take your mama' by scissor sisters. two deadly singles that seemed to be played everywhere, on every shop radio and in every bar.
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    06 Dec 2004 07:43 PM
    The Bucket - Kings of Leon
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    06 Dec 2004 11:04 PM
    I do a column for a different site every week and I this week I'm doing a top 13 songs of 2004 list, its very much off the top of my head comprised of songs that easily came to mind so it's quite a poppy list. Next week I might do a more scientific list by going through what I actually bought this year, but this is what I came up with. 13. Scissor Sisters – Take your Mama 12. Iron and Wine – Sodom, South Georgia 11. Sufjan Stevens – Sister 10. PJ Harvey – The Letter 9. The Shins – Saint Simon 8. Hope of the states - The Red, The White, the Black, The Blue 7. Cathy Davey – Cold Man’s Nightmare 6. Franz Ferdinand – Take Me Out 5. The Killers – Mr. Brightside 4. Johnny Boy – You are the generation that bought more shoes and you get what you deserve 3. Sufjan Stevens – Romulus 2. Jeff Buckley – Forget Her 1. Modest Mouse – Float On Honourable mentions: Morrissey – Irish Blood, English Heart Belle and Sebastian – Step into my office baby Kanye West – Jesus Walks Interpol – Slow Hands Republic Of Loose – Girl I’m Gonna f**k You Up The Radio - Remember Me, Remember You
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    07 Dec 2004 05:28 AM
    What is the site you write for?
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    07 Dec 2004 09:52 AM
    www.411mania.com/music I write the tuesday music news column
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    07 Dec 2004 10:02 AM
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    'take your mama' by scissor sisters.
    gah! that song makes me want to vomit on my spandex sequinned cords.
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    07 Dec 2004 10:40 AM
    "I Can't Get Behind That" - William Shatner/Henry Rollins. Song of the year for me, anyway.
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    07 Dec 2004 11:16 AM
    My Faves this year, in no particular order would be: "Professional Distortion" - Miss Kittin "NY Excuse" - Soulwax (featuring James Murphy and Nancy Whang from LCD Soundsystem) "Ladyflash" - The Go! Team "All These Things That I’ve Done" - The Killers "I Believe in You" - Kylie Minogue "Paper Cut Exit" - Sonic Youth And if we can include instrumental tracks: "17 Years" - Ratatat I wish I could include new single "Galvanise" by The Chemical Brothers. It's good, but I'm undecided. At the moment I think it's not up there with their best work, but maybe after a few listens..
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    07 Dec 2004 12:54 PM
    Just a few that have caught my attention over 2004. 'Take Me Out' - Franz Ferdinand 'Girl I'm Gonna f**k You Up' - Republic Of Loose 'Hey Juliet' - Sean Needham 'Fading Phase' - Jenny Lindfors 'Porterhouse Blues' - Stewart Agnew 'Condi, Condi' - Steve Earle 'Lucinda' - Colm Lynch 'Never Said Anything' - The Belles 'When You Get Out Of Jail' - Fried 'Grace' - Mike Errico 'Stray Dogs' - Rod Picott 'Hell Bent On You' - Roesy 'Your World' - Declan O'Rourke 'Cmon Cmon' - Von Bondies
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    07 Dec 2004 04:07 PM
    quote:
    Originally posted by Binokular
    I wish I could include new single "Galvanise" by The Chemical Brothers. It's good, but I'm undecided. At the moment I think it's not up there with their best work, but maybe after a few listens..
    I think if its good enough to make into the list of songs of the year, it must hit you straight away as a lasting piece of musical genius, or just something that'a a bit fun. Growers don't count (esp. not Chemical Brother, ugh)
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