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Old 08-20-2009, 04:10 AM   #31
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"All My Friends" to win? -225 at this point.
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The top track will be one that none of us have mentioned.
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Old 08-20-2009, 04:18 AM   #33
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Let's Go To The Mall...

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Old 08-20-2009, 04:19 AM   #34
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The top track will be one that none of us have mentioned.
It's my liiiiiiiiiife
It's now or never
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yellow is an out and out classic.

shake it like a polaroid picture
Yellow is one of the weakest songs Coldplay have ever released, I've never understood what all the hype was about with it




B.O.B for the win still, with Hey Ya top 5
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Old 08-20-2009, 10:28 AM   #36
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Yellow makes my indietastic heart melt. It's so sweet, yet anthemic enough to make for a great, rousing singalong. If only all of their U2 homages songs were so irresistible.

Highlights from 50-21:

Chicago
Take Me Out
Atlas
Since I Left You
Svefn-G-Englar
The Way We Get By
Seven Nation Army
Umbrella
Everything In Its Right Place
Someone Great
Since U Been Gone

I've got my money on Hey Ya FTW. How To Disappear Completely will find its way somewhere in the top 10.
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Old 08-20-2009, 10:49 AM   #37
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Have either "House of the Jealous Lovers" (The Rapture) or "Last Nite" (The Strokes) shown up, yet? If not, they're sure to make appearances.
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Have either "House of the Jealous Lovers" (The Rapture) or "Last Nite" (The Strokes) shown up, yet? If not, they're sure to make appearances.
I'm not sure whether or not "Last Nite" will show up. It very well could, but they already represented Is This It (my personal album of the decade, by the way) with "Someday." And they also tossed a Room On Fire track in the list when "What Ever Happened?" showed up somewhere around the 400s. So they might have filled their Strokes quota already. We'll see.
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What about "Heartbeats" by The Knife for #1?
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I doubt that it will be number one, but I have spent an embarrassing amount of time, over the last two days, trying to decide just how high it will land. I don't think that I've seen "We Share Our Mother's Health," yet. That's just weird, but I think it'd be just as weird to see two Knife songs in the top 20 (even on a Pitchfork list).
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I don't think any songs off of MPP have shown up yet. So you know that either "My Girls" or "Summertime Clothes" or whatever will show up.

"Neighborhood #1", "Paper Planes", "Maps", some Radiohead song, another big rap song (Jay-Z maybe?), etc. etc.
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I'm still holding out hope for a coup by "The International TWEEXCORE Underground," but it seems less and less likely with each passing moment.
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Wouldn't Y!M!D! have a better shot?

I'm putting my money on All My Friends as well. Paper Planes is great, but it just doesn't have the power and feeling of the LCD track.

Not looking at the actual list because I'm boycotting ones made by Pitchfork, but has Madonna shown up at all? Because she had some killer singles (and other album tracks) this decade.
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Can you just put the entire Confessions On a Dance Floor album on the list?
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Y!M!D! already showed up a long time ago. And, yeah, there was a Madonna song. "Don't Tell Me." Which is an awesome song, if I remember.

One thing I will say about "Hey Ya!" is that it really isn't as good without the accompanying music video.
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