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Old 12-09-2004, 15:37
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What has been the worst number 1 this year so far?
The options are at everyhit

My personal choice has to be Michelle McManus and that Eamon and Frankee farce.
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Old 12-09-2004, 15:44
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All the number ones this year have been awful except Natasha Bedingfield and The Streets IMO

If i had to choose it would be either FURB or F IT or Cha Cha Slide

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Old 12-09-2004, 16:05
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Every last one of 'em is sh**e!

But the worst ? - I couldn't pick between Ch-cha slide, the eamon/Frankee abominations, and that dirge by the streets.
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Old 12-09-2004, 16:31
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Hey andrewcasric, I didn't think we were allowed to sig our posts on here!
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Old 12-09-2004, 16:48
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It has to be that godawful pair of "F*ck you you f*cking ho I don't want you back" songs. Close runners up are the numerous McFly and Busted tracks to top the charts.
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Old 12-09-2004, 16:54
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Baby Cakes - simply becuase of the chavette rapper
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Old 12-09-2004, 16:58
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ALL THESE NUMBER ONES WERE TOTAL RUBBISH IN 2004, SO FAR
Michelle -All This Time
LMC vs U2- Take Me to the Clouds Above
Sam & Mark -With A Little Help From My Friends / Measure Of A Man
Busted -Who's David?
Britney Spears -Toxic
DJ Casper -Cha Cha Slide
Usher featuring Lil' Jon & Ludacris- Yeah
Britney Spears -Everytime
Usher -Burn
Shapeshifters -Lola's Theme
3 Of A Kind -Babycakes
Nelly -My Place / Flap Your Wings

THE REST WERE GOOD ESPECIALLY NATASHA BEDINGFIELD, THE STREETS & EAMON.

We must remember its 12-14 year kids buying most of the shite thats in the charts these days.

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Old 12-09-2004, 17:23
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OK - I'll admit that the Natasha Bedingfield track wasn't too bad.


But the rest - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Utter pap!
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Old 12-09-2004, 17:25
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Has to be the Eamon/Frankee crap..
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Old 12-09-2004, 17:36
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Originally Posted by musicmen
Baby Cakes - simply becuase of the chavette rapper
I dunno what chavette means, but were you referring to the Philippa Forrester lookalike?
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Old 12-09-2004, 19:21
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Easily that Michelle McManus crap. Even worse, she is the only British Artist to be in the Top 10 best selling singles of the year so far!
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Old 12-09-2004, 19:21
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Peter Andre - Mysterious Girl.

BY FAR!
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Old 12-09-2004, 20:32
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Originally Posted by Garbage
Has to be the Eamon/Frankee crap..
Definitely, and the current one by Nelly.
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Old 12-09-2004, 22:22
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It has to be Babycakes... its so cringeable!!!
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Old 12-09-2004, 23:38
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With the exception of LMC, Natasha Beddingfield, SHapeshifters and now Brian McFadden the number ones of 2004 have been truly dire. If pushed to choose I would pick Michelle McFatWhore and the Eamon/Frankee farce.
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Old 13-09-2004, 00:17
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Mick McManus and her cringeworthy "All This Time" most especially for the comedy line about "Not LITTLE me" at least she has had the decency to disappear in shame,good riddance too.
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Old 13-09-2004, 01:40
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Got to be Cha Cha Slide or Babycakes.
There have been a few good ones though - LMC vs. U2, Peter Andre (you know you love it ), Usher, Shapeshifters, The Streets and Natasha Beddingfield.
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Old 13-09-2004, 07:20
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Poor Michelle. just cos she large she gets abuse. I thought we'd come on from that moronic attitude to be honest, silly me.
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Old 13-09-2004, 08:24
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3 years ago when I ceased lift-sharing with two girls from work (where previously I was over exposed daily to stations like Radio One and local commercial stations playing the same crap over and over again 3 times a day) I made a pact with myself that I would make a concerted effort to avoid, at all costs, any exposure to commercial pop music via radio or TV. It is only during the last couple of months since Kerrang 105.2 FM was launched in the West Midlands area that I have listened to any recent crap released via the radio, this crap being in the form of bands like the Rasmus and god-awful hip-hop that for some obscure reason gets airplay on a rock station. So unfortunately (fortunately for myself, I suspect), I cannot contribute a nomination to this thread. It appears that my effort has paid off as I can honestly say I have never knowingly heard 99% of the songs listed in this thread. Thank god for Radio 4, 5 and evening talk radio.
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Old 13-09-2004, 09:05
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I actually follow the top 40 chart on everyhit and BBC radio and practically every week i pull my braids out as I see the chart run down. Here is my list of the worst no 1s this year in order of "offensive-ness", 1 being the most offensive and 12 being the least offensive...and my comments.

1.Peter Andre - Mysterious Girl (once is bad enough, twice is just being greedy)

2. Eamon - F**k It (I Don't Want You Back)
Frankee - F.U.R.B. (F U Right Back)
(even people in hell shouldn't be subject to this kind of torture)

3.DJ Casper - Cha Cha Slide (why is there another single coming out?)

4.Mario Winans featuring Enya & P Diddy - I Don't Wanna Know (I really really want to know... how he made it to number one)

5. Michelle - All This Time (too many sympathy voters and buyers)

6.Busted - Who's David? (****!, who is busted?)
6.Busted - Thunderbirds / 3AM (out of tune piece of shit)
6.McFly Five - Colours In Her Hair (same as above)
6.McFly - Obviously (same as above)

7.Sam & Mark With A Little Help From My Friends / Measure Of A Man (all I can say is, thank GOD! they have been dropped by their label)

8.3 Of A Kind - Babycakes
8.LMC vs U2 - Take Me to the Clouds Above
(Why do people buy this one hit wonder dance acts?)

9.Britney Spears - Everytime (no, britney Spears, it is not normal to sing through your nose)

10.Usher featuring Lil' Jon & Ludacris - Yeah
Usher - Burn
(no,no,no, NO! the CD! the CD!the CD's on fire let it burn! let it burn!)

11.Brian McFadden - Real To Me (no Brian, you are not Robbie Willaims)

12. Britney Spears - Toxic (I'll let britney off the hook for this because it's a nice club song)
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Old 13-09-2004, 10:47
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To be fair to Peter Andre, it was Chris Moyles who made the push to get it re-released whilst he was in the jungle. And all the proceedings went to charity
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Old 13-09-2004, 12:36
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Originally Posted by Johnny English
ALL THESE NUMBER ONES WERE TOTAL RUBBISH IN 2004, SO FAR
Michelle -All This Time
LMC vs U2- Take Me to the Clouds Above
Sam & Mark -With A Little Help From My Friends / Measure Of A Man
Busted -Who's David?
Britney Spears -Toxic
DJ Casper -Cha Cha Slide
Usher featuring Lil' Jon & Ludacris- Yeah
Britney Spears -Everytime
Usher -Burn
Shapeshifters -Lola's Theme
3 Of A Kind -Babycakes
Nelly -My Place / Flap Your Wings

THE REST WERE GOOD ESPECIALLY NATASHA BEDINGFIELD, THE STREETS & EAMON.

We must remember its 12-14 year kids buying most of the shite thats in the charts these days.
Usher is a decent genuwine RnB artist and has been for many years. the rest is pop fused with RnB/dance crap which the 12 year old tweeny girls love.
also, i hate that usher "Yeah" track as it was played on every radio station and music channel non-stop!!

does the pop charts give a true representation of peoples music preference?
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Old 13-09-2004, 20:07
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Originally Posted by Brianlion
does the pop charts give a true representation of peoples music preference?
No. Because the very same people who whinge about the state of the British music charts are the very same people who haven't bought a single in umpteen years. Yet, despite this, they still think they have the right to whinge about the state of the charts (cf. people who whinge about the state of the country but don't get off their arse and vote).

And, for the record - McFly's Obviously is a great tune. If people could overlook (or not realise - see here) the fact that McFly are sell-out pop or whatever derogatory term you choose to use, they would appreciate it too.
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Old 13-09-2004, 20:17
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To be fair to Peter Andre, it was Chris Moyles who made the push to get it re-released whilst he was in the jungle. And all the proceedings went to charity
That only furthers my hate for Moyles

I suppose if the proceedings went to charity it makes it a little better.

I agree with everything cybergirl3 says too, and Toxic isn't too bad. Babycakes and that new one by Jo Jo are getting on my nerves now. That DJ Casper one looks/sounds just like the last one.

Has Fat Man Scoop come out with anything this year?
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Old 13-09-2004, 21:35
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Usher is a decent genuwine RnB artist and has been for many years.
I do hope you're joking.
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