December 13, 2006 at 19:27 #4358insomniacParticipant
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1) "Lady in Red" – Chris de Burgh. Cheesy, vomit-inducing schmaltz.<br>2) "Come on Eileen" – Dexy’s Midnight Runners. About 4 minutes too long.<br>3) "We gonna make you a star"- David Essex. Grossly moronic lyrics. This song would never have got aired at all if Essex had been a fat, ugly, bast**rd. <br>4) "Hold me Close"- David Essex. See 3<br>and last but not least<br>5) "Goodbye England’s Rose" – Elton John. Vomitatious, gut-wrenching, slime that I fear we might be hearing again in 2007. Enough to make Diana turn in her grave.<br>Can anybody else come up with five hits as bad as that?December 13, 2006 at 19:33 #103980lollys mateMember
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Save your love my darling, save your love.<br> You know who it was.
Shad uppa your face!<br> You know him aswell.
We are the cheeky girls.<br> Some passport hunting tarts.
Blobby!<br> Say no more.
DOO WHAA DIDI, DIDI DUM DIDI DOO?<br> What the ****S that all about?December 13, 2006 at 19:33 #103981ZozMember
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That bloody Crazy Frog.
And anything by The Feeling or Razorlight.
Grr. Grr I say!December 13, 2006 at 20:28 #103982
Whigfield – Saturday NightDecember 13, 2006 at 21:25 #103983Andrew HughesMember
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No! I remember Whigfield! The horror!
The continuing career of Razorlight is a constant source of astonishment. So, little twig-limbed man, you have discerned, with your ‘razorlight’ intelligence, that there is indeed, ‘trouble in America’. And what do you have to say about said trouble? Oh oh oh ohh….. Fascinating. And such tediously twingly twangly music, a masterpiece of mediocrity, so soon after your last snoozathon.
Anything by Westlife (I don’t remember the actual songs)
That abomination produced by the cast of Emmerdale some years ago
Champagne Supernova by the Status Quo brothers. Utter gibberish from start to finish. Throughout the making of the first three albums, no-one had the heart to tell Noel that he was holding his dictionary upside down.
The English National Anthem
The Wall. A dirge
Mistletoe and Wine
<br>December 13, 2006 at 22:55 #103984
Quote: from insomniac on 7:27 pm on Dec. 13, 2006[br]
3) "We gonna make you a star"- David Essex. Grossly moronic lyrics. This song would never have got aired at all if Essex had been a fat, ugly, bast**rd. <br>
<br>Number one when I was born, that was. Poor me.
The title of the song remains inaccurate in my case to this day, I note.
The patron saint of lower-grade fare. A gently critical friend of point-to-pointing. Kindness is a political act.December 14, 2006 at 13:54 #103985MeshaheerMember
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Anything by Hear’Say, Westlife and S Club Juniors.
Can’t be having Come On Eileen knocked…brings back a few memories from a ball I went to last year (the DJ only had two CDs!)
Don’t worry GC, number one when I was born (mid eighties mind you) was "Frankie" by Sister Sledge! :noway:December 14, 2006 at 22:52 #103986
Quote: from Meshaheer on 1:54 pm on Dec. 14, 2006[br]
Can’t be having Come On Eileen knocked
<br>Oh I bloody can! Any number of Dexy’s songs were better than that dungarees-wearing, banjo-picking heap of droppings – anything off of Searching for the Young Soul Rebels, for starters.
Don’t worry GC, number one when I was born (mid eighties mind you) was "Frankie" by Sister Sledge! :noway:
The patron saint of lower-grade fare. A gently critical friend of point-to-pointing. Kindness is a political act.December 16, 2006 at 23:21 #103987non vintageMember
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i’m very tired and still just a little hungover from last night, but…
Saturday Night by Whigfield – this is not that bad. I genuinely like it. It has a certain minimalist charm which was probably unintentional, but works for me. No comment in regards to her ‘Last Christmas’ cover though…
S-Club Juniors – sorry to disagree, but whilst their material mostly sucked in an all-too-predictable fashion, ‘New Direction’ is a very good song and well worth checking out. I’m not entirely sure it was written with a group of 13 year olds in mind though, so god knows how they came to be singing it!December 17, 2006 at 11:58 #103988
Saturday Night by Whigfield – this is not that bad.
You are very tired and more than a little hungover, aren’tcha?December 17, 2006 at 12:51 #103989roryParticipant
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Boys, Boys, Boys, anyone?December 17, 2006 at 13:28 #103990
Strangely, Dad never objected to this being performed on Top of the Pops…December 17, 2006 at 15:43 #103991
Quote: from rory on 12:51 pm on Dec. 17, 2006[br]Boys, Boys, Boys, anyone?<br>
<br>No thanks, I’m trying to give them up.<br>
The patron saint of lower-grade fare. A gently critical friend of point-to-pointing. Kindness is a political act.December 17, 2006 at 20:31 #103992DroneParticipant
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Long Haired Lover from Liverpool – Little Jimmy Osmond
My Ding-a-ling – Chuck Berry
There’s no one quite like Grandma – St Winifred’s School ChoirDecember 17, 2006 at 21:14 #103993Tete RougeParticipant
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