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Forum - General: Forum Games - Quick List Vote Game Pt. 5: (LGBTI+ Artists)

Part 4: http://australian-charts.com/forum.asp?todo=viewthread&id=48872

This whole shindig has been going for over a year, but if you're new to it all, let me briefly explain: Quick List Vote Game (or QLVG for short) is a 5 stage voting game that takes place across a fortnight. The aim is to take a list of 100 songs and eliminate the bottom 20 songs per voting each round until there are just 20 songs left and a winner is crowned from that. Voting is done by selecting some 25-40% of the remaining songs each round and submitting it to my memo inbox before the voting deadline, which comes up at 6pm on Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays. Scoring in each round works as simple: regardless of how many songs you vote for, your #1 vote will score 40 points, and each subsequent song will score 1 point less, going down to #40 votes in round 1 scoring just 1 point. With each new round, you are free to adjust how many songs you wish to vote for, either for strategy or personal reasons, so long as it complies with the range that is set for that voting round. If you miss a round of voting, your previous round's votes will be re-used with a 20% penalty (so your top vote will get 32 points, #2 gets 31.2, etc), and your vote will consist of as many of your previously voted songs as possible, provided it doesn't go over the limit. This means that someone who voted 25 songs in round 1, could potentially be made to vote for 25 songs again in round 2. The 20% penalty stacks upon successive rounds. Meanwhile, to grant some purpose to your earlier votes, from round 2 onwards, I take 25% of a song's total points scored and add them to the total for the next round. In the event of a tie in points between two eliminated songs, if possible the tie will be broken by the number of (active) voters, and then the top vote received for the round. If that is not possible, the songs will be considered tied for ranking purposes. If this happens on the cusp of the elimination line (eg two songs tie at #80 for round 1) and the tie cannot be broken, all the tied songs will proceed into the next round, barring an extreme circumstance where there are somehow more than 20 songs scoring 0 points. In the interest of fairness, I will always lock in my own vote before the game begins, and I will be unable to adjust the order or proportion of my vote after that.

The list of songs included in each game is determined through a number of ways. Generally speaking, the songs will have to match a pre-determined theme, or feature on a certain list of songs that has been chosen. Typically, the theme will be chosen by a vote between multiple different themes, and from that, a voting process takes place in the Qualifying thread to determine the 100 songs that will compete in the next round. These Qualifying rounds typically open up on the Tuesday after a new QLVG is posted.
Retired Champions
Years & Years - King (2015 ARIA End Of Year)
La Roux - Bulletproof (2006-2015 Hottest 100 Top 10s)
Britney Spears - Toxic (2000-2016 ARIA Top 10s)
All Saints - Pure Shores (Girl Groups)
The Prodigy - Breathe (1990-1999 ARIA Top 10s)
Flight Facilities feat. Christine Hoberg - Clair de lune (Artists with 1 ARIA Top 50 hit)
a-ha - Take On Me (Debut singles)
A$AP Rocky feat. Drake, 2 Chainz & Kendrick Lamar - F**kin' Problems (Songs with <3.00 review averages)
Powderfinger - These Days (Movie soundtrack songs)
Lady Antebellum - Need You Now (Songs with male & female vocals)
Tears For Fears - Everybody Wants To Rule The World (#1 hit follow-ups)
Swedish House Mafia feat. John Martin - Don't You Worry Child (non-AU/UK/US/IE/CA artists)
James Blake - Retrograde (non-top 50 artists)
The Presets - My People (Australian artists)
Alexis Jordan - Happiness (One-word titles)
Dua Lipa - Be The One (2016 ARIA End Of Year)
Drake feat. Wizkid & Kyla - One Dance (2016 Hottest 100)
A Tribe Called Quest - We The People.... (2016 Favourites)
Michael Jackson - Thriller (Title tracks)
Bastille - Pompeii (Geographical tracks)
Evanescence - My Immortal (Unmentioned titles)
Carly Rae Jepsen - Run Away With Me (ACI Hits)
Queens Of The Stone Age - No One Knows (10 letter titles)
Crowded House - Don't Dream It's Over (#1 Hits Around The World)
Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell - Ain't No Mountain High Enough (First Time QLVG Artists)
Foo Fighters - Everlong (Top 10 Alternative Songs hits)
Lana Del Rey - Video Games (Non-Top 20 singles on #1 albums)
Regurgitator - Black Bugs (Animal songs)
The Chemical Brothers - Go (Artists Over 40)
Portishead - Glory Box (Songs with samples)
David Bowie - "Heroes" (Noun songs)
Pulp - Common People (5+ Minute songs)
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A simple game to kick off a new thread, songs whose titles refer to all manner of nouns

AC/DC - T.N.T.
After The Fall - Mirror Mirror
Alpine - Gasoline
alt-J - Breezeblocks
Ammonia - Drugs
Beastie Boys - Sabotage
Bee Gees - Words
Bertie Blackman - Thump
Best Coast - Boyfriend
Beyoncé - Halo
Bloc Party - Banquet
Bluejuice - Vitriol
Bon Iver - Blood Bank
Bring Me The Horizon - Happy Song
Bruno Mars - Grenade
Christina Aguilera - Fighter
CHVRCHES - Gun
D.R.A.M. feat. Lil Yachty - Broccoli
David Bowie - "Heroes"
Destiny's Child feat. Lil Wayne and T.I. - Soldier
Disclosure feat. Sam Smith - Omen
Ellie Goulding - Lights
Elton John - Tiny Dancer
Emma Louise - Jungle
Everything Everything - Cough Cough
Fleetwood Mac - Little Lies
Frank Ocean - Pyramids
Gary Numan - Cars
George Michael - Faith
Girls Aloud - Biology
Grenadiers - Summer
Grinspoon - Chemical Heart
Hole - Malibu
Interpol - Evil
Jessie Ware - Midnight
Jewel - Foolish Games
Jordin Sparks - Battlefield
Joy Division - Atmosphere
Kanye West feat. Jamie Foxx - Gold Digger
Kanye West feat. Pusha T - Runaway
Kate Bush - The Big Sky
Klaxons - Echoes
Kraftwerk - Autobahn
Lady Gaga - Bad Romance
Lady Gaga feat. Beyonce - Telephone
Lana Del Rey - Love
Lana Del Rey - Summertime Sadness
Little Mix - Power
Little Mix - Touch
Lorde - Green Light
Mary Mary - Shackles (Praise You)
Massive Attack - Teardrop
Massive Attack - Unfinished Sympathy
Midnight Juggernauts - Tombstone
Modest Mouse - Dashboard
Muse - Bliss
Mystery Jets feat. Laura Marling - Young Love
Neil Young - Old Man
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - Red Right Hand
Nicki Minaj - Super Bass
Nirvana - Lithium
OutKast - Roses
Peter Gabriel - Sledgehammer
Pixx - Waterslides
Portishead - Roads
Prince & The New Power Generation - Cream
Prince & The Revolution - Raspberry Beret
Radiohead - Airbag
Radiohead - Street Spirit (Fade Out)
Rammstein - Amerika
Rihanna feat. Jay-Z - Umbrella
Robbie Williams - Angels
Rollins Band - Liar
Sarah McLachlan - Angel
SBTRKT feat. Little Dragon - Wildfire
Sean Paul - Temperature
Siouxsie and the Banshees - Fireworks
Snakadaktal - Air
Something For Kate - Monsters
The Automatic - Monster
The Bravery - An Honest Mistake
The Chemical Brothers feat. The Flaming Lips - The Golden Path
The Cure - Lullaby
The Cure - Plainsong
The Killers - Bones
The Members - Radio
The Middle East - Blood
The Prodigy - Omen
The Ramones - Blitzkrieg Bop
The Smiths - Cemetery Gates
The Stone Roses - Fools Gold
The Supermen Lovers - Starlight
The xx - Islands
TLC - Creep
Touch Sensitive - Pizza Guy
Travis Scott - Antidote
Tyler Touche - Baguette
Way Of The Eagle feat. Dan Sultan - Rattlesnake
Wolfmother - Woman
Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Phenomena

Participation in this game is as simple as determining your Top 25 to 40 selections and submitting them to me by 6pm on Wednesday. Look out for a new qualifying game thread tomorrow which will detail 5 minute+ songs.
#100. Prince & The New Power Generation - Cream

Points - 0
Current Voters - 0
Top Vote - N/A


#99. Rammstein - Amerika

Points - 3
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #38


#98. The Members - Radio

Points - 9
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #35


#97. Lana Del Rey - Love

Points - 11
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #30


#96. Sarah McLachlan - Angel

Points - 14
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #27


What's that coming over the hill, it's the results in fact. It would seem for many of us this was quite a tough one to pin down votes so we've got some heavy hitters leaving early. Notably not being able to catch a break is "Cream", as Prince's other entry has taken the spotlight this time around. Rammstein have a wunderbar time with "Amerika" at #99 while I got an immense radio flashback via the members who nominated The Members. Despite being a UK band, the song "Radio" seemingly only caught on as a big hit on these shores. Things end up a bit more modern with the first single from Lana Del Rey's latest album, "Love" at #97, while we remain remorseful with Sarah McLachlan's "Angel" at #96.
#95. Fleetwood Mac - Little Lies

Points - 16
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #25


#94. The Chemical Brothers feat. The Flaming Lips - The Golden Path

Points - 18
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #23


#93. Jewel - Foolish Games

Points - 20
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #26


#92. Bring Me The Horizon - Happy Song

Points - 24
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #17


Fleetwood Mac bring us sweet little melodies with "Little Lies" at #95, while we get the only ever appearance in a Hottest 100 for The Flaming Lips, teaming up with The Chemical Brothers on "The Golden Path", the. One of the biggest hits on the Billboard charts of all time is Jewel's "Foolish Games" (when doubled with "You Were Meant For Me"), landing at #93, while Bring Me The Horizon write 10 second verses for you to sing along in their "Happy Song"
=#90. Sean Paul - Temperature

Points - 25
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #16


=#90. Travis Scott - Antidote

Points - 25
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #16


#89. Grenadiers - Summer

Points - 27
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #14


#88. Snakadaktal - Air

Points - 28
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #19


#87. Little Mix - Power

Points - 29
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #13


#86. Bruno Mars - Grenade

Points - 31
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #18


We're back to all one word titles now, starting with Sean Paul's 2nd Billboard #1 single keeping you warm at #90. It's tied with Travis Scott's breakout hit "Antidote" which comes in the midst of a recent viral video hit with a newscaster dropping loads of Travis Scott references because why not https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JDsw3dVYQHc We go to the local Unearthed side of things for the next two, with Grenadiers' pumping summer anthem "Summer" sitting next to the rather contrasting "Air" for Snakadaktal. Little Mix have a big hit that seems unwilling the cross from the UK shores in "Power", while Bruno Mars has a much larger hit with his #1 smash "Grenade".
#85. Siouxsie and the Banshees - Fireworks

Points - 33
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #8


#84. Robbie Williams - Angels

Points - 34
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #21


=#82. Ammonia - Drugs

Points - 35
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #6


=#82. The Smiths - Cemetry Gates

Points - 35
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #6


#81. Pixx - Waterslides

Points - 36
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #12


I continue to be marvelled by the Siouxsie and the Banshees songs I'm introduced to, the latest one being "Fireworks" which lands here at #85. Meanwhile Robbie Williams has his career defining hit "Angels" next up at #84, and then there's a tie with The Smiths' "Cemetry Gates" (which is not to be confused with the correctly spelled Pantera song), and '90s Australian band Ammonia with "Drugs". Finishing off the proceedings is a recent track, with the delightfully upbeat stylings of Pixx's "Waterslides".
The list may look stacked already, but we've got a long way to go from here, with these 80 continuing on

AC/DC - T.N.T.
After The Fall - Mirror Mirror
Alpine - Gasoline
alt-J - Breezeblocks
Beastie Boys - Sabotage
Bee Gees - Words
Bertie Blackman - Thump
Best Coast - Boyfriend
Beyoncé - Halo
Bloc Party - Banquet
Bluejuice - Vitriol
Bon Iver - Blood Bank
Christina Aguilera - Fighter
CHVRCHES - Gun
D.R.A.M. feat. Lil Yachty - Broccoli
David Bowie - "Heroes"
Destiny's Child feat. Lil Wayne and T.I. - Soldier
Disclosure feat. Sam Smith - Omen
Ellie Goulding - Lights
Elton John - Tiny Dancer
Emma Louise - Jungle
Everything Everything - Cough Cough
Frank Ocean - Pyramids
Gary Numan - Cars
George Michael - Faith
Girls Aloud - Biology
Grinspoon - Chemical Heart
Hole - Malibu
Interpol - Evil
Jessie Ware - Midnight
Jordin Sparks - Battlefield
Joy Division - Atmosphere
Kanye West feat. Jamie Foxx - Gold Digger
Kanye West feat. Pusha T - Runaway
Kate Bush - The Big Sky
Klaxons - Echoes
Kraftwerk - Autobahn
Lady Gaga - Bad Romance
Lady Gaga feat. Beyonce - Telephone
Lana Del Rey - Summertime Sadness
Little Mix - Touch
Lorde - Green Light
Mary Mary - Shackles (Praise You)
Massive Attack - Teardrop
Massive Attack - Unfinished Sympathy
Midnight Juggernauts - Tombstone
Modest Mouse - Dashboard
Muse - Bliss
Mystery Jets feat. Laura Marling - Young Love
Neil Young - Old Man
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - Red Right Hand
Nicki Minaj - Super Bass
Nirvana - Lithium
OutKast - Roses
Peter Gabriel - Sledgehammer
Portishead - Roads
Prince & The Revolution - Raspberry Beret
Radiohead - Airbag
Radiohead - Street Spirit (Fade Out)
Rihanna feat. Jay-Z - Umbrella
Rollins Band - Liar
SBTRKT feat. Little Dragon - Wildfire
Something For Kate - Monsters
The Automatic - Monster
The Bravery - An Honest Mistake
The Cure - Lullaby
The Cure - Plainsong
The Killers - Bones
The Middle East - Blood
The Prodigy - Omen
The Ramones - Blitzkrieg Bop
The Stone Roses - Fools Gold
The Supermen Lovers - Starlight
The xx - Islands
TLC - Creep
Touch Sensitive - Pizza Guy
Tyler Touche - Baguette
Way Of The Eagle feat. Dan Sultan - Rattlesnake
Wolfmother - Woman
Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Phenomena

I implore you to make the most of your opportunity to influence these results. Get around it by determining your Top 20 to 32 selections from here and submitting it to me by 6pm on Friday. The qualifying game is up and running, and the ACI is also ready to take your votes.
#80. Best Coast - Boyfriend

Round by round: 75-80

Points - 25
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #25


#79. Kate Bush - The Big Sky

Round by round: 78-79

Points - 28
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #13


#78. Lady Gaga feat. Beyonce - Telephone

Round by round: 72-78

Points - 29.6
Current Voters - 0
Top Vote - N/A


#77. AC/DC - T.N.T.

Round by round: 68-77

Points - 36
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #15


#76. Rollins Band - Liar

Round by round: 79-76

Points - 37
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #4


Sorry for the wait! We kick things off with the lo-fi stylings of Best Coast at #80, sitting right next to the larger than life stylings of Kate Bush at #79. Dropping off surprisingly early is Lady Gaga & Beyonce's big turn of the decade hit "Telephone" at #78, while AC/DC keep things similarly monumentous with "T.N.T." at #77. We then go for a crazy turn with Henry Rollins at #76 with "Liar".
#75. The Automatic - Monster

Round by round: 73-75

Points - 42
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #15


#74. Wolfmother - Woman

Round by round: 80-74

Points - 42
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #10


#73. Way Of The Eagle feat. Dan Sultan - Rattlesnake

Round by round: 74-73

Points - 43
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #9


#72. The Cure - Plainsong

Round by round: 70-72

Points - 46
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #5


#71. Kraftwerk - Autobahn

Round by round: 69-71

Points - 50
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #11


For real this time, what appears to be coming over the hill is indeed "Monster" by The Automatic at #75. Wolfmother rock out with one of their earliest hits "Woman" at #74. At #73 we have Way Of The Eagle, the much more pronounceable moniker of Jan Skubiszewski who you might recognise as having produced such Hottest 100 hits as "Eliza", "Brighter Than Gold", "Raiders" or "It Can Wait". The Cure have the first of their two entries here with "Plainsong" at #72, while for all the fahn fahn fahns of the "Autobahn", Kraftwerk appear at #71. Autobahn is in fact the name of a specific highway in Germany, but it's also the literal word for highway in German as well.
#70. Muse - Bliss

Round by round: 67-70

Points - 51
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #9


#69. Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Phenomena

Round by round: 57-69

Points - 52
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #18


#68. Jessie Ware - Midnight

Round by round: 60-68

Points - 53.8
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #4


#67. The Middle East - Blood

Round by round: 49-67

Points - 54
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #1


#66. Alpine - Gasoline

Round by round: 65-66

Points - 54
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #16


In a manner similar to Linkin Park's "Faint", you can remember the chorus to Muse's "Bliss", not because the title is in there, but because a word that sounds a lot like it ('peace') is there instead. Either would have made Muse eligible so it doesn't matter really. Then there's the "Phenomenon" of Yeah Yeah Yeahs having the fitting finish at #69. Only released a month ago, I have nothing but high praise to give for Jessie Ware's "Midnight" which lands at #68, landing behind some moderately nostalgic Australian tunes in The Middle East's "Blood" and Alpine's "Gasoline".
#65. Mystery Jets feat. Laura Marling - Young Love

Round by round: 46-65

Points - 55
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #8


#64. Neil Young - Old Man

Round by round: 77-64

Points - 55
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #13


#63. Kanye West feat. Jamie Foxx - Gold Digger

Round by round: 58-63

Points - 55.2
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #23


#62. Bon Iver - Blood Bank

Round by round: 61-62

Points - 56
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #11


#61. Disclosure feat. Sam Smith - Omen

Round by round: 71-61

Points - 56.4
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #18


We're playing opposites now, at #65 we have "Young Love" from the Mystery Jets, sitting next to "Old Man" from Neil Young. Depending on the context, you could see both sides at play considering #63 is "Gold Digger" by Kanye West. Rounding off this lot however, is the decidedly difficult to play on words "Blood Bank" from Bon Iver, and the first of two songs called "Omen", thus sparing me the potential of accidentally muddling up the points, as Disclosure take #61.
And I'm gonna bounce as I've got work to do but I'll leave you with these 60 songs to ponder over!

After The Fall - Mirror Mirror
alt-J - Breezeblocks
Beastie Boys - Sabotage
Bee Gees - Words
Bertie Blackman - Thump
Beyoncé - Halo
Bloc Party - Banquet
Bluejuice - Vitriol
Christina Aguilera - Fighter
CHVRCHES - Gun
D.R.A.M. feat. Lil Yachty - Broccoli
David Bowie - "Heroes"
Destiny's Child feat. Lil Wayne and T.I. - Soldier
Ellie Goulding - Lights
Elton John - Tiny Dancer
Emma Louise - Jungle
Everything Everything - Cough Cough
Frank Ocean - Pyramids
Gary Numan - Cars
George Michael - Faith
Girls Aloud - Biology
Grinspoon - Chemical Heart
Hole - Malibu
Interpol - Evil
Jordin Sparks - Battlefield
Joy Division - Atmosphere
Kanye West feat. Pusha T - Runaway
Klaxons - Echoes
Lady Gaga - Bad Romance
Lana Del Rey - Summertime Sadness
Little Mix - Touch
Lorde - Green Light
Mary Mary - Shackles (Praise You)
Massive Attack - Teardrop
Massive Attack - Unfinished Sympathy
Midnight Juggernauts - Tombstone
Modest Mouse - Dashboard
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - Red Right Hand
Nicki Minaj - Super Bass
Nirvana - Lithium
OutKast - Roses
Peter Gabriel - Sledgehammer
Portishead - Roads
Prince & The Revolution - Raspberry Beret
Radiohead - Airbag
Radiohead - Street Spirit (Fade Out)
Rihanna feat. Jay-Z - Umbrella
SBTRKT feat. Little Dragon - Wildfire
Something For Kate - Monsters
The Bravery - An Honest Mistake
The Cure - Lullaby
The Killers - Bones
The Prodigy - Omen
The Ramones - Blitzkrieg Bop
The Stone Roses - Fools Gold
The Supermen Lovers - Starlight
The xx - Islands
TLC - Creep
Touch Sensitive - Pizza Guy
Tyler Touche - Baguette


In order to keep things organised though, said pondering would be best achieved by determining your Top 15 to 24 selections for my inbox to acquiesce, provided you do so by 6pm on Monday. ACI can take your votes, Qualifying thread can take your votes, your weekend can be good I hope.
#60. Lana Del Rey - Summertime Sadness

Round by round: 56-57-60

Points - 50
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #11


#59. Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - Red Right Hand

Round by round: 31-38-59

Points - 54.2
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #6


#58. Klaxons - Echoes

Round by round: 26-35-58

Points - 55
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #10


#57. The Prodigy - Omen

Round by round: 45-55-57

Points - 56
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #6


#56. The Supermen Lovers - Starlight

Round by round: 24-31-56

Points - 56
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #6


Starting on a wordier side we have the #60 going to Lana Del Rey's "Summertime Sadness", the 2nd time she has appeared in this list, and she does so next to Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, with one of their biggest singles "Red Right Hand". Klaxons staged their comeback in 2010 to some effect with #58's "Echoes", while another comeback is in at #57 as we have the second "Omen" in this list, this time from The Prodigy, which proved a monster hit in the UK. Lastly is the ridiculous early 2000s hit "Starlight".
=#54. D.R.A.M. feat. Lil Yachty - Broccoli

Round by round: 47-52-54

Points - 59
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #9


=#54. The Stone Roses - Fools Gold

Round by round: 51-60-54

Points - 59
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #9


#53. alt-J - Breezeblocks

Round by round: 52-58-53

Points - 63
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #8


#52. Elton John - Tiny Dancer

Round by round: 50-42-52

Points - 63
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #4


#51. Everything Everything - Cough Cough

Round by round: 53-56-51

Points - 64.2
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #18


Everyone's favourite hit about vegetation and nothing else is D.R.A.M.'s "Broccoli" which comes in at #54. It has peculiar company next to it with The Stone Roses' super extended jam "Fools Gold" (also a reminder that the 5+ Minute qualifying game is still going). For many, an introduction to alt-J's zany world came with "Breezeblocks" at #53, while Elton John lands at #52 with one of his most beloved tracks in "Tiny Dancer". Finishing up the first half is current triple j feature stars Everything Everything, going back to their 2nd album with "Cough Cough".
#50. Tyler Touche - Baguette

Round by round: 35-48-50

Points - 65
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #8


#49. The xx - Islands

Round by round: 48-51-49

Points - 65
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #5


#48. The Bravery - An Honest Mistake

Round by round: 54-59-48

Points - 65.6
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #15


#47. Destiny's Child feat. Lil Wayne & T.I. - Soldier

Round by round: 76-54-47

Points - 67
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #4


#46. Modest Mouse - Dashboard

Round by round: 36-49-46

Points - 67
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #17


Then we've got a triple j Unearthed success story in Tyler Touche's "Baguette" at #50. The rest of this set is back to the '00s though, starting right near the end with The xx's "Islands" at #49, we've then got ultimate landfill indie with The Bravery at #48, and a return of Destiny's Child's "Soldier" at #47. Lastly it's Modest Mouse's modest return on the star making power of "Float On" as they scored another hit in "Dashboard" at #46.
#45. Little Mix - Touch

Round by round: 66-43-45

Points - 69
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #1


#44. Ramones - Blitzkrieg Bop

Round by round: 44-53-44

Points - 70
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #10


#43. Ellie Goulding - Lights

Round by round: 64-45-43

Points - 71
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #13


#42. Touch Sensitive - Pizza Guy

Round by round: 41-47-42

Points - 71.6
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #16


#41. Emma Louise - Jungle

Round by round: 33-32-41

Points - 74.4
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #14


Just a touch more voting power could have seen Little Mix through to the next round, but alas "Touch" remains at #45. They sit next to strange company with the Ramones at #44 with one of their most popular songs "Blitzkrieg Bop", aka 'hey, ho, let's go'. Ellie Goulding has "Lights" at #43, the song that was for some reason massive in the US and nowhere else, while Touch Sensitive brings some instrumental flair to #42 with "Pizza Guy". Just shy of the next round is Emma Louise with her oft-remixed hit "Jungle".
Once again I'm in a hurry but here's your list

After The Fall - Mirror Mirror
Beastie Boys - Sabotage
Bee Gees - Words
Bertie Blackman - Thump
Beyoncé - Halo
Bloc Party - Banquet
Bluejuice - Vitriol
Christina Aguilera - Fighter
CHVRCHES - Gun
David Bowie - "Heroes"
Frank Ocean - Pyramids
Gary Numan - Cars
George Michael - Faith
Girls Aloud - Biology
Grinspoon - Chemical Heart
Hole - Malibu
Interpol - Evil
Jordin Sparks - Battlefield
Joy Division - Atmosphere
Kanye West feat. Pusha T - Runaway
Lady Gaga - Bad Romance
Lorde - Green Light
Mary Mary - Shackles (Praise You)
Massive Attack - Teardrop
Massive Attack - Unfinished Sympathy
Midnight Juggernauts - Tombstone
Nicki Minaj - Super Bass
Nirvana - Lithium
OutKast - Roses
Peter Gabriel - Sledgehammer
Portishead - Roads
Prince & The Revolution - Raspberry Beret
Radiohead - Airbag
Radiohead - Street Spirit (Fade Out)
Rihanna feat. Jay-Z - Umbrella
SBTRKT feat. Little Dragon - Wildfire
Something For Kate - Monsters
The Cure - Lullaby
The Killers - Bones
TLC - Creep

We'll need to keep cutting it down though so I ask that you contribute via manner of determining your Top 10 to 16 selections and memo-ing them to me by 6pm on Wednesday.
#40. SBTRKT feat. Little Dragon - Wildfire

Round by round: 54-44-34-40

Points - 81.85
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #8


#39. Portishead - Roads

Round by round: 21-25-37-39

Points - 87.3
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #1


#38. Bertie Blackman - Thump

Round by round: 17-23-24-38

Points - 89.75
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #5


#37. OutKast - Roses

Round by round: 23-37-33-37

Points - 89.95
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #6


#36. Radiohead - Airbag

Round by round: 40-50-38-36

Points - 96.25
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #1

So today I found out I nearly made it into a Guinness Book of World Records, but in more relevant news I have the latest eliminations. Kicking it off is the delightful SBTRKT/Little Dragon collaboration "Wildfire" which I didn't know existed until it got voted into the Hottest 100, which is not usual for me. Unable to go back to back, but still finishing strongly is another strong cut from Portishead's "Dummy" in "Roads" at #39. Bertie Blackman has what I still think is the blueprint for Adele's "Rolling In The Deep" with "Thump" at #38, while OutKast have one of the stranger big pop hits around with "Roses" at #37. Finishing off, we have the opening track to Radiohead's "OK Computer" with "Airbag" at #36.
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#35. Beyoncé - Halo

Round by round: 63-34-26-35

Points - 100.5
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #1


#34. Nirvana - Lithium

Round by round: 39-27-39-34

Points - 109.1
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #10


#33. After The Fall - Mirror Mirror

Round by round: 38-46-40-33

Points - 109.8
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #6


#32. Midnight Juggernauts - Tombstone

Round by round: 27-39-36-32

Points - 110.35
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #2


#31. Grinspoon - Chemical Heart

Round by round: 28-40-35-31

Points - 112.95
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #8


Ever remaining as one of her biggest catalogue sellers, Beyonce lands at #35 with "Halo", while Nirvana see another strong finish, this time with a different "Nevermind" cut in "Lithium" at #34. We then turn to Australia in the 2000s for the rest, After The Fall with the quick and frantic "Mirror Mirror" at #33, while Midnight Juggernauts slow things down with "Tombstone" at #32, and Grinspoon slow down even more for their hugely successful "Chemical Heart" at #31.
#30. The Killers - Bones

Round by round: 30-41-32-30

Points - 113.5
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #9


#29. Girls Aloud - Biology

Round by round: 62-29-31-29

Points - 115.5
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #6


#28. Bee Gees - Words

Round by round: 59-28-22-28

Points - 117.4
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #5


#27. Nicki Minaj - Super Bass

Round by round: 43-30-29-27

Points - 119.75
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #1


#26. Bluejuice - Vitriol

Round by round: 16-20-20-26

Points - 121.95
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #4


Very nearly matching their Hottest 100 position, The Killers take the 2nd single from their 2nd album to #30 with "Bones". It leads us into a rather eclectic mix as Girls Aloud have their upbeat stomper "Biology" next to one of the Bee Gees very first hits "Words" at #28. Nicki Minaj takes a fascinating route into pop success with "Super Bass" at #27 while Bluejuice remain fascinating for totally different reasons with their triple j airplay monster "Vitriol".
#25. Mary Mary - Shackles (Praise You)

Round by round: 34-26-30-25

Points - 122.75
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #2


#24. TLC - Creep

Round by round: 19-33-27-24

Points - 123.5
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #6


#23. Something For Kate - Monsters

Round by round: 15-22-28-23

Points - 125.95
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #3


#22. Jordin Sparks - Battlefield

Round by round: 42-36-23-22

Points - 129
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #3


#21. CHVRCHES - Gun

Round by round: 18-21-25-21

Points - 129.6
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #1


We go into some classic R&B territory with a weird hybrid of gospel pop via Mary Mary's "Shackles" at #25, which sits next to TLC's huge US #1 hit "Creep" at #24. We find a second Hottest 100 runner up in this section as Something For Kate take "Monsters" to #23, sitting behind Jordin Sparks' still much regarded power ballad "Battlefield" at #22. Just falling short at the last hurdle is CHVRCHES' glorious electro pop triumph with "Gun".
And so that leaves us with 20

Beastie Boys - Sabotage
Bloc Party - Banquet
Christina Aguilera - Fighter
David Bowie - "Heroes"
Frank Ocean - Pyramids
Gary Numan - Cars
George Michael - Faith
Hole - Malibu
Interpol - Evil
Joy Division - Atmosphere
Kanye West feat. Pusha T - Runaway
Lady Gaga - Bad Romance
Lorde - Green Light
Massive Attack - Teardrop
Massive Attack - Unfinished Sympathy
Peter Gabriel - Sledgehammer
Prince & The Revolution - Raspberry Beret
Radiohead - Street Spirit (Fade Out)
Rihanna feat. Jay-Z - Umbrella
The Cure - Lullaby

But you shan't leave the result to the will of causality, make sure to leave your imprint on it (unless of course causality wills that you intend to do that). But ignore my nonsense are merely select your Top 5 to 8 from here, I'll tally it up on 6pm Friday. There is also precious little spots remaining in the Qualifying game as I run this, and the ACI is open for business as well.
#20. Radiohead - Street Spirit (Fade Out)

Round by round: 22-15-10-09-20

Points - 41.69
Current Voters - 0
Top Vote - N/A


#19. Joy Division - Atmosphere

Round by round: 25-24-17-13-19

Points - 108.56
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #5


A theme I've noticed with this game a lot lately is Radiohead's attraction to the #20, or at least a lot of their songs seem to fall just a tiny bit short of the final round. "Street Spirit" does the opposite, doing a mighty haul to get through to the last round, but losing all its voting support this round to fall back to #20. Meanwhile Joy Division bring "Atmosphere" back for a 2nd turn after appearing in the Worldwide #1's game. That time around they fell short in round 4, but now they're new and improved up to #19.
#18. Hole - Malibu

Round by round: 12-13-11-12-18

Points - 109
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #5


#17. Gary Numan - Cars

Round by round: 10-16-13-11-17

Points - 111.69
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #4


Hole are somewhat lucky to appear here as they only got across the line thanks to a last minute vote correction. They've wound up with a relatively steady run just staying in the 10s. That might be the best way to go, as Gary Numan did something similar while living in "Cars", which ends up unluckily at its lowest position of #17.
#16. Christina Aguilera - Fighter

Round by round: 29-17-16-19-16

Points - 139.31
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #3


#15. Kanye West feat. Pusha T - Runaway

Round by round: 06-05-12-18-15

Points - 140.31
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #3


The 3rd song here to have started outside the top 20, Christina Aguilera brings the pomp with her mighty "Fighter" at #16, while Kanye West takes that pomp away (or perhaps just transforms it) in his extremely introspective "Runaway". Snek.
#14. Peter Gabriel - Sledgehammer

Round by round: 08-12-15-20-14

Points - 141.56
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #2


#13. Rihanna feat. Jay-Z - Umbrella

Round by round: 32-19-21-17-13

Points - 143.65
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #1


With one of the most iconic music videos of the '80s, Peter Gabriel has "Sledgehammer" smashing its way through to #14. Things then get decidedly more modern as Rihanna has constantly improving positions with "Umbrella", a song that once came very close to winning this game a year ago.
#12. Lady Gaga - Bad Romance

Round by round: 37-18-19-16-12

Points - 145.7
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #1


#11. Interpol - Evil

Round by round: 05-11-09-15-11

Points - 147.75
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #1


Lady Gaga has a similar story for "Bad Romance", which originally landed at #6 in the 10 letter game. This time around she doubles it with a still impressive #12. Just missing the top 10 this time is Interpol's ever popular "Evil".
#10. George Michael - Faith

Round by round: 11-07-14-10-10

Points - 152.1
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #1


#9. Beastie Boys - Sabotage

Round by round: 09-10-06-04-09

Points - 155.23
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #4


Due to the unfortunate timing of George Michael passing away at peak gift card sales, "Faith" only just barely sneaked into the ARIA top 50 the next week and was his only song there apart from "Last Christmas". Not that it's not a worthy choice of course, with its popularity here paying dividends in a #10 finish. It sits alongside a perennial top 10 sitter with another iconic music video via Beastie Boys' "Sabotage".
#8. Bloc Party - Banquet

Round by round: 04-04-08-07-08

Points - 156.81
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #2


#7. Massive Attack - Teardrop

Round by round: 13-09-05-05-07

Points - 158.75
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #2


A huge breakout hit for Bloc Party over a decade ago now, and perhaps still their most popular song, "Banquet" takes its syncopated rhythms to #8 this time around. Meanwhile Massive Attack had a tremendously successful run in the game this time, "Teardrop" sits at #7 which is just now the first of their two entries in the list.
#6. Prince & The Revolution - Raspberry Beret

Round by round: 20-14-18-14-06

Points - 180.01
Current Voters - 4
Top Vote - #3


#5. Massive Attack - Unfinished Sympathy

Round by round: 14-08-07-08-05

Points - 186.75
Current Voters - 4
Top Vote - #1


And that other Massive Attack song is right here. Not at #6 but at #5 with "Unfinished Symphony" overtaking "Teardrop" for the first time in this crucial round. The two songs sandwich Prince's second entry, which considerably makes up for "Cream"'s false start as "Raspberry Beret" has a huge finish at #6.
#4. Lorde - Green Light

Round by round: 07-06-04-03-04

Points - 218.29
Current Voters - 4
Top Vote - #3


#3. Frank Ocean - Pyramids

Round by round: 02-03-03-06-03

Points - 222.8
Current Voters - 4
Top Vote - #2


The only 2017 track to get through to the top 60 this time around was Lorde's "Green Light", and she didn't squander it with a big finish at #4, perhaps she'll be one to watch when it comes to 2017 end of year QLVG festivities? The next song is hyping us up for the next 2 QLVG games, with Frank Ocean's immense "Pyramids" bringing up the bronze.
#2. The Cure - Lullaby

Round by round: 03-02-02-02-02

Points - 231.06
Current Voters - 5
Top Vote - #3


#1. David Bowie - "Heroes"

Round by round: 01-01-01-01-01

Points - 341
Current Voters - 7
Top Vote - #1


In a way that I've been tracking the scores, this has been one of the less surprising results we've encountered, I'm not sure how it was for you. That being said, I only refer to the very top, as I'm quite surprised to see The Cure landing all the way up at #2 with one of their odder, but bigger hits in "Lullaby". As for the top of the table, it was never going to anyone other than Bowie, who after many close calls, finally has his first winning song with "Heroes" smashing all the competition by over 100 points.
That's another game wrapped up, as always I thank you all for participating, or even if you're just reading along that's cool too. If you've not peeped the qualifying thread, you should know that the next game will be looking at particularly lengthy songs, so hopefully I don't overwork myself making a Spotify playlist for myself this weekend The next qualifying game will start on Tuesday looking at songs by LGBTI+ artists, see you then!
Time for a new round, it took me a long time to listen through on Spotify because all of these songs are 5 minutes long

ABBA - Chiquitita
Air - La Femme D'Argent
Arcade Fire - Rebellion (Lies)
Arcade Fire - Reflektor
Ash - Shining Light
Ball Park Music - Pariah
Battles - Atlas
Beyonce feat. Lady Gaga - Video Phone
Billy Idol - White Wedding
Billy Joel - Piano Man
Black Sabbath - War Pigs
Blur - For Tomorrow
Bob Dylan - Like A Rolling Stone
Car Seat Headrest - Vincent
Chairlift - Amanaemonesia
Childish Gambino - Redbone
Christina Aguilera - The Voice Within
Coldplay - The Scientist
Counting Crows - Round Here
David Bowie - Let's Dance
Death Cab For Cutie - I Will Possess Your Heart
Death In Vegas - Hands Around My Throat
Dire Straits - Money For Nothing
Dire Straits - Romeo and Juliet
Disclosure feat. AlunaGeorge - White Noise
DJ Khaled feat. Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, Jeremih, Future, August Alsina & Rick Ross - Do You Mind
Elbow - One Day Like This
Elton John - Bennie and the Jets
Elton John - Nikita
Faker - Sleepwalking
Filter - Take A Picture
Florence + The Machine - What The Water Gave Me
Foals - Spanish Sahara
Frank Ocean feat. Earl Sweatshirt - Super Rich Kids
George Michael - Freedom! '90
Gomez - We Haven't Turned Around
Gorillaz - Clint Eastwood
Green Day - Jesus of Suburbia
Groove Armada - Paper Romance
Hiatus Kaiyote - By Fire
Iron Butterfly - In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida
Janet Jackson - Together Again
Jebediah - Feet Touch The Ground
Jeff Buckley - Lover, You Should've Come Over
Julia Holter - Betsy On The Roof
Kanye West feat. Kid Cudi - Gorgeous
Kanye West feat. Nas & Really Doe - We Major
Kendrick Lamar - The Blacker The Berry
Laurie Anderson - O Superman
Lauryn Hill - Doo Wop (That Thing)
Machine Gun Fellatio - Unsent Letter
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis feat. Mary Lambert - Same Love
Madonna - Like A Prayer
Metallica - One
Methyl Ethel - Ubu
Midnight Oil - The Dead Heart
My Bloody Valentine - Soon
Neneh Cherry - Buffalo Stance
Neon Indian - Slumlord
Oasis - Champagne Supernova
Parliament - Give Up The Funk (Tear The Roof Off The Sucker)
Pearl Jam - Black
Pet Shop Boys - Go West
Prince & The Revolution - Purple Rain
Public Image Ltd. - Rise
Pulp - Common People
Pulp - This Is Hardcore
Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody
Queens Of The Stone Age - The Evil Has Landed
R.E.M. - Everybody Hurts
Rage Against The Machine - Bullet In The Head
Royksopp & Robyn - Do It Again
Silverchair - Emotion Sickness
Silversun Pickups - Lazy Eye
Sinead O'Connor - Nothing Compares 2 U
Sinead O'Connor - Troy
sleepmakeswaves - Tundra
Smashing Pumpkins - Rhinoceros
Sufjan Stevens - Should Have Known Better
Tame Impala - Apocalypse Dreams
Tears For Fears - Head Over Heels/Broken
Television - Marquee Moon
The Beatles - Hey Jude
The Cat Empire - The Chariot
The Cure - Pictures of You
The Mars Volta - L' Via L'Viaquez
The Panics - Don't Fight It
The Rapture - House Of Jealous Lovers
The Rolling Stones - Sympathy For The Devil
The Sisters of Mercy - More
The Smiths - The Queen Is Dead
The Stone Roses - I Am The Resurrection
The The - This Is The Day
The Verve - The Drugs Don't Work
The War On Drugs - Thinking Of A Place
Toni Braxton - Another Sad Love Song
Tool - Schism
U2- All I Want Is You
Underworld - Born Slippy .NUXX
Vera Blue - Mended


In order to participate, you'll need to determine your Top 25 to 40 in order and submit it to me by 6pm on Wednesday. Also tomorrow we'll have the new qualifying game so look out for that.
#100. Beyonce feat. Lady Gaga - Video Phone

Points - 6
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #35


#99. The Smashing Pumpkins - Rhinoceros

Points - 12
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #35


#98. DJ Khaled feat. Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, Jeremih, Future, August Alsina & Rick Ross - Do You Mind

Points - 14
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #27


#97. Toni Braxton - Another Sad Love Song

Points - 17
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #24


#96. Air - La Femme D'Argent

Points - 18
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #27


Starting this off, is one of the two members of the very specific grouping of songs by Lady Gaga & Beyonce released in 2009 that pertain to phones, as "Video Phone" kicks us off. We then go to pre-megafame Smashing Pumpkins with the most popular cut off "Gish" (based on Spotify plays at least), "Rhinoceros" at #99. Then DJ Khaled brings us a mega-collab in the form of 2016's "Do You Mind" at #98. It was unlucky not to crack the top 50 here, a similar case for Toni Braxton's track "Another Sad Love Song" at #97, while Air reel things back in at #96 with "La Femme D'Argent".
#95. Elbow - One Day Like This

Points - 20
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #26


#94. Queens Of The Stone Age - The Evil Has Landed

Points - 25
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #23


#93. The Rapture - House Of Jealous Lovers

Points - 26
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #17


#92. The War On Drugs - Thinking Of A Place

Points - 27
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #14


#91. Ball Park Music - Pariah

Points - 29
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #22


Elbow have a fan favourite that turned into an Olympic anthem with "One Day Like This" at #95. Queens Of The Stone Age are currently sitting at #1 on the ARIA Chart with their latest album, and the track "The Evil Has Landed" has recently given them their first ACI entry, while it lands at #94 here. The Rapture have arguably their most enduring song with "House Of Jealous Lovers" at #93, while The War On Drugs are ready to troll future EOY broadcasts with their 11 minute "Thinking Of A Place" at #92. Lastly is Ball Park Music with "Pariah", a song born out of the band's fondness for lengthy jams that had not previously been represented on their albums.
#90. Billy Idol - White Wedding

Points - 29
Current Voters - 4
Top Vote - #30


#89. Jebediah - Feet Touch The Ground

Points - 30
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #11


#88. Julia Holter - Betsy On The Roof

Points - 30
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #15


#87. Rage Against The Machine - Bullet In The Head

Points - 31
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #10


#86. Groove Armada - Paper Romance

Points - 34
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #7


A song I hadn't realised was so long before doing this is Billy Idol's "White Wedding" which comes in at #90 with plenty of low vote support. Jebediah just narrowly fit the qualifications of this round with the longest running of their Hottest 100 entries, "Feet Touch The Ground" at #89. Julia Holter provides us the delightful art pop of "Betsy On The Roof", while Rage Against The Machine are just slightly less peaceful on "Bullet In The Head". We finish with Groove Armada's 2010 hit "Paper Romance", whose length took me a long time to get used to having previously been used to the radio edit.
#85. Tame Impala - Apocalypse Dreams

Points - 34
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #15


#84. The Sisters Of Mercy - More

Points - 35
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #19


#83. Sinead O'Connor - Troy

Points - 35
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #16


#82. Disclosure feat. AlunaGeorge - White Noise

Points - 37
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #21


#81. Chairlift - Amanaemonesia

Points - 38
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #11


The original super long first peek at a new Tame Impala album came in the form of "Apocalypse Dreams", which just narrowly missed the Hottest 100 but a few years later they'd send a similar song to the top 5. We then have gothic rockers The Sisters Of Mercy with their Alt #1 hit "More". At #83 is Sinead O'Connor's debut single "Troy", while we finish off in the 2010s, first with Disclosure's UK #2 hit "White Noise", and followed by the very much missed Chairlift and their "Amanaemonesia".
as we say godspeed to those 20 songs, these 80 persevere

ABBA - Chiquitita
Arcade Fire - Rebellion (Lies)
Arcade Fire - Reflektor
Ash - Shining Light
Battles - Atlas
Billy Joel - Piano Man
Black Sabbath - War Pigs
Blur - For Tomorrow
Bob Dylan - Like A Rolling Stone
Car Seat Headrest - Vincent
Childish Gambino - Redbone
Christina Aguilera - The Voice Within
Coldplay - The Scientist
Counting Crows - Round Here
David Bowie - Let's Dance
Death Cab For Cutie - I Will Possess Your Heart
Death In Vegas - Hands Around My Throat
Dire Straits - Money For Nothing
Dire Straits - Romeo and Juliet
Elton John - Bennie and the Jets
Elton John - Nikita
Faker - Sleepwalking
Filter - Take A Picture
Florence + The Machine - What The Water Gave Me
Foals - Spanish Sahara
Frank Ocean feat. Earl Sweatshirt - Super Rich Kids
George Michael - Freedom! '90
Gomez - We Haven't Turned Around
Gorillaz - Clint Eastwood
Green Day - Jesus of Suburbia
Hiatus Kaiyote - By Fire
Iron Butterfly - In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida
Janet Jackson - Together Again
Jeff Buckley - Lover, You Should've Come Over
Kanye West feat. Kid Cudi - Gorgeous
Kanye West feat. Nas & Really Doe - We Major
Kendrick Lamar - The Blacker The Berry
Laurie Anderson - O Superman
Lauryn Hill - Doo Wop (That Thing)
Machine Gun Fellatio - Unsent Letter
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis feat. Mary Lambert - Same Love
Madonna - Like A Prayer
Metallica - One
Methyl Ethel - Ubu
Midnight Oil - The Dead Heart
My Bloody Valentine - Soon
Neneh Cherry - Buffalo Stance
Neon Indian - Slumlord
Oasis - Champagne Supernova
Parliament - Give Up The Funk (Tear The Roof Off The Sucker)
Pearl Jam - Black
Pet Shop Boys - Go West
Prince & The Revolution - Purple Rain
Public Image Ltd. - Rise
Pulp - Common People
Pulp - This Is Hardcore
Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody
R.E.M. - Everybody Hurts
Royksopp & Robyn - Do It Again
Silverchair - Emotion Sickness
Silversun Pickups - Lazy Eye
Sinead O'Connor - Nothing Compares 2 U
sleepmakeswaves - Tundra
Sufjan Stevens - Should Have Known Better
Tears For Fears - Head Over Heels/Broken
Television - Marquee Moon
The Beatles - Hey Jude
The Cat Empire - The Chariot
The Cure - Pictures of You
The Mars Volta - L' Via L'Viaquez
The Panics - Don't Fight It
The Rolling Stones - Sympathy For The Devil
The Smiths - The Queen Is Dead
The Stone Roses - I Am The Resurrection
The The - This Is The Day
The Verve - The Drugs Don't Work
Tool - Schism
U2 - All I Want Is You
Underworld - Born Slippy .NUXX
Vera Blue - Mended


It's up to you to determine how things go from here. Start by determining your Top 20 to 32 selections, and finish by submitting them to my inbox by 6pm on Wednesday. In case you were wondering, Billboard was delayed again so the ACI will be ready tonight.
#80. Lauryn Hill - Doo Wop (That Thing)

Round by round: 76-80

Points - 39
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #19


#79. ABBA - Chiquitita

Round by round: 79-79

Points - 42
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #17


#78. Elton John - Nikita

Round by round: 78-78

Points - 43
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #11


#77. The Cat Empire - The Chariot

Round by round: 80-77

Points - 44
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #11


#76. Pulp - This Is Hardcore

Round by round: 80-77

Points - 46
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #16


Kicking things off is Lauryn Hill's triumphant solo debut that sent her straight to #1 on the Hot 100 with "Doo Wop (That Thing)". We then go 30-40 years back in time for a rhyming couplet of ABBA's "Chiquitita" and Elton John's "Nikita". The Cat Empire have the curious honour of being the only band to make #100 in the Hottest 100 twice (alongside BOT/Karnivool's Kenny), doing it first with "The Chariot". Meanwhile in reaction to their commercial peak with "Different Class", Pulp followed up with the decidedly less commercially friendly "This Is Hardcore".
#75. Ash - Shining Light

Round by round: 66-75

Points - 47
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #19


#74. Kanye West feat. Kid Cudi - Gorgeous

Round by round: 74-74

Points - 48
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #2


#73. Black Sabbath - War Pigs

Round by round: 73-73

Points - 49
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #5


#72. The Cure - Pictures Of You

Round by round: 75-72

Points - 50
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #16


#71. Silverchair - Emotion Sickness

Round by round: 68-71

Points - 52
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #6


All grown up, early 2000s Ash give us the massive rock ballad "Shining Light". Kanye West launches a thousand memes with the lyrical dexterity of 2010's "Gorgeous". Kicking off Black Sabbath's "Paranoid" album is the monster "War Pigs", while we return to The Cure's "Disintegration" for "Pictures Of You" at #72. Silverchair finish off this set with their groan-inducing pun of "Emotion Sickness".
#70. Public Image Ltd. - Rise

Round by round: 65-70

Points - 54
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #4


#69. Vera Blue - Mended

Round by round: 72-69

Points - 54
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #15


#68. Hiatus Kaiyote - By Fire

Round by round: 70-68

Points - 55
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #12


#67. Car Seat Headrest - Vincent

Round by round: 69-67

Points - 55
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #12


#66. Kanye West feat. Nas & Really Doe - We Major

Round by round: 71-66

Points - 55
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #3


The first time I've been able to hear the connection to the Sex Pistols in Public Image Ltd., we've got "Rise" at #70. Meanwhile Vera Blue's been making the ACI 5 minutes longer for the past few months with one of her recent singles "Mended". Australian band Hiatus Kaiyote may not be super well known, but they can lay claim to having more Grammy nominations than Powderfinger, and also a fine #68 finish for "By Fire". Car Seat Headrest have some playful guitar noodling which I re-listened to because it helps you describe it yeah on "Vincent" at #67. Lastly is Kanye West's larger than life anthem and generally so nauuuuuts "We Major".
#65. Gomez - We Haven't Turned Around

Round by round: 63-65

Points - 58
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #3


#64. U2 - All I Want Is You

Round by round: 60-64

Points - 60
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #6


#63. Parliament - Give Up The Funk (Tear The Roof Off The Sucker)

Round by round: 77-63

Points - 60
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #5


#62. Janet Jackson - Together Again

Round by round: 61-62

Points - 61
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #9


#61. My Bloody Valentine - Soon

Round by round: 64-61

Points - 61
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #13


Gomez oddly enough scored their biggest Hottest 100 hit with one of their least poppy singles, "We Haven't Turned Around" showing up at #65 here. A similar case comes with U2 scoring arguably their biggest chart hit with the similarly slow ballad "All I Want Is You". Parliament demand the funk via "Give Up The Funk" at #63 while Janet Jackson finally provides this section some pop catharsis via "Together Again" at #62. Just missing out on the next round is the closing track to My Bloody Valentine's seminal "Loveless" album.
That's another 20 songs down, and you can acquiesce the list of remaining songs here

Arcade Fire - Rebellion (Lies)
Arcade Fire - Reflektor
Battles - Atlas
Billy Joel - Piano Man
Blur - For Tomorrow
Bob Dylan - Like A Rolling Stone
Childish Gambino - Redbone
Christina Aguilera - The Voice Within
Coldplay - The Scientist
Counting Crows - Round Here
David Bowie - Let's Dance
Death Cab For Cutie - I Will Possess Your Heart
Death In Vegas - Hands Around My Throat
Dire Straits - Money For Nothing
Dire Straits - Romeo and Juliet
Elton John - Bennie and the Jets
Faker - Sleepwalking
Filter - Take A Picture
Florence + The Machine - What The Water Gave Me
Foals - Spanish Sahara
Frank Ocean feat. Earl Sweatshirt - Super Rich Kids
George Michael - Freedom! '90
Gorillaz - Clint Eastwood
Green Day - Jesus of Suburbia
Iron Butterfly - In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida
Jeff Buckley - Lover, You Should've Come Over
Kendrick Lamar - The Blacker The Berry
Laurie Anderson - O Superman
Machine Gun Fellatio - Unsent Letter
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis feat. Mary Lambert - Same Love
Madonna - Like A Prayer
Metallica - One
Methyl Ethel - Ubu
Midnight Oil - The Dead Heart
Neneh Cherry - Buffalo Stance
Neon Indian - Slumlord
Oasis - Champagne Supernova
Pearl Jam - Black
Pet Shop Boys - Go West
Prince & The Revolution - Purple Rain
Pulp - Common People
Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody
R.E.M. - Everybody Hurts
Royksopp & Robyn - Do It Again
Silversun Pickups - Lazy Eye
Sinead O'Connor - Nothing Compares 2 U
sleepmakeswaves - Tundra
Sufjan Stevens - Should Have Known Better
Tears For Fears - Head Over Heels/Broken
Television - Marquee Moon
The Beatles - Hey Jude
The Mars Volta - L' Via L'Viaquez
The Panics - Don't Fight It
The Rolling Stones - Sympathy For The Devil
The Smiths - The Queen Is Dead
The Stone Roses - I Am The Resurrection
The The - This Is The Day
The Verve - The Drugs Don't Work
Tool - Schism
Underworld - Born Slippy .NUXX


Is it crunch time for your favourites, or are they going nowhere? You can provide some assistance by supplying your Top 15 to 24 selections to me by 6pm on Monday, after which I will do the unfortunate casualties list. The ACI can also take your votes, and have a good weekend.
#60. Metallica - One

Round by round: 51-57-60

Points - 74
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #12


#59. Laurie Anderson - O Superman

Round by round: 55-60-59

Points - 74.7
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #9


#58. The Mars Volta - L'Via L'Viaquez

Round by round: 52-52-58

Points - 80.4
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #4


=#56. Death In Vegas - Hands Around My Throat

Round by round: 58-58-56

Points - 81.75
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #3


=#56. The Smiths - The Queen Is Dead

Round by round: 59-59-56

Points - 81.75
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #3


Kicking things off, we have Metallica's commercial breakout hit "One", the first song they ever made a music video for. Laurie Anderson has one of the most bizarre songs to ever reach the UK #2 spot with "O Superman" at #59. The Mars Volta keep things particularly lengthy with "L'Via L'Viaquez" at #58, while the sole tie of the round comes from Death In Vegas' 2002 hit "Hands Around My Throat", sitting next to the title track from The Smiths' "The Queen Is Dead".
#55. The Stone Roses - I Am The Resurrection

Round by round: 56-56-55

Points - 84.25
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #4


#54. sleepmakeswaves - Tundra

Round by round: 62-55-54

Points - 87.25
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #15


#53. Blur - For Tomorrow

Round by round: 47-54-53

Points - 87.85
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #6


#52. Tool - Schism

Round by round: 57-48-52

Points - 88.25
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #11


#51. Billy Joel - Piano Man

Round by round: 45-39-51

Points - 90.65
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #9


The Stone Roses are back again with another track on their self-titled album, landing in a similar place to "Fools Gold" is "I Am The Resurrection" at #55. Local band sleepmakeswaves bring some instrumental flair with "Tundra", while Blur have one of their earliest hits "For Tomorrow" at #53. One of Tool's biggest radio hits comes by way of "Schism" at #52, while missing out on the top half is Billy Joel's "Piano Man", which I have to note had nearly the exact same voters as Billy Idol did in round 1.
#50. Counting Crows - Round Here

Round by round: 40-41-50

Points - 90.75
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #6


#49. Arcade Fire - Rebellion (Lies)

Round by round: 48-49-49

Points - 90.75
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #2


#48. The Rolling Stones - Sympathy For The Devil

Round by round: 49-53-48

Points - 91.75
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #9


#47. Elton John - Bennie and the Jets

Round by round: 37-36-47

Points - 92.95
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #13


#46. Coldplay - The Scientist

Round by round: 54-51-46

Points - 93
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #1


The big ballad hit of Counting Crows' debut album, "Round Here" crashes in at #50. Arcade Fire inadvertently inspired a decade of indie music with "Rebellion (Lies)" at #49, while we can be pleased to meet The Rolling Stones at #48 with "Sympathy For The Devil". Elton John lifts the mood just a little with the controlled chaos of "Bennie and the Jets", while things finish off with one of Coldplay's most enduring tracks, "The Scientist".
#45. Sufjan Stevens - Should Have Known Better

Round by round: 44-47-45

Points - 93.5
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #2


#44. Iron Butterfly - In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida

Round by round: 39-43-44

Points - 96.5
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #16


#43. Childish Gambino - Redbone

Round by round: 29-32-43

Points - 96.75
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #11


#42. Filter - Take A Picture

Round by round: 33-44-42

Points - 98.1
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #9


#41. Florence + The Machine - What The Water Gave Me

Round by round: 46-46-41

Points - 98.5
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #7


Things continue to be sad with Sufjan Stevens' ode to his estranged, passed mother on "Should Have Known Better" at #45. It's followed by everyone's favourite hymn, "In The Garden Of Eden" by I. Ron Butterfly, which everyone knew I was going to say. King of chart longevity in 2017, Childish Gambino lands at #43 with "Redbone", followed by a turn of the century hit, "Take A Picture" by Filter. Lastly for tonight, Florence + The Machine has a particularly ambitious lead single in "What The Water Gave Me" at #41.
That leaves us with 40 songs remaining in this battle of wits, might, and persuasion to get people to vote for them

Arcade Fire - Reflektor
Battles - Atlas
Bob Dylan - Like A Rolling Stone
Christina Aguilera - The Voice Within
David Bowie - Let's Dance
Death Cab For Cutie - I Will Possess Your Heart
Dire Straits - Money For Nothing
Dire Straits - Romeo and Juliet
Faker - Sleepwalking
Foals - Spanish Sahara
Frank Ocean feat. Earl Sweatshirt - Super Rich Kids
George Michael - Freedom! '90
Gorillaz - Clint Eastwood
Green Day - Jesus of Suburbia
Jeff Buckley - Lover, You Should've Come Over
Kendrick Lamar - The Blacker The Berry
Machine Gun Fellatio - Unsent Letter
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis feat. Mary Lambert - Same Love
Madonna - Like A Prayer
Methyl Ethel - Ubu
Midnight Oil - The Dead Heart
Neneh Cherry - Buffalo Stance
Neon Indian - Slumlord
Oasis - Champagne Supernova
Pearl Jam - Black
Pet Shop Boys - Go West
Prince & The Revolution - Purple Rain
Pulp - Common People
Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody
R.E.M. - Everybody Hurts
Royksopp & Robyn - Do It Again
Silversun Pickups - Lazy Eye
Sinead O'Connor - Nothing Compares 2 U
Tears For Fears - Head Over Heels/Broken
Television - Marquee Moon
The Beatles - Hey Jude
The Panics - Don't Fight It
The The - This Is The Day
The Verve - The Drugs Don't Work
Underworld - Born Slippy .NUXX


Have your say (or perhaps the songs' say) by submitting your Top 10 to 16 selections to me by 6pm on Wednesday, after which I will do the necessary tallying to determine what to do with the mess of data that I have received.

I also come with a new selection of Qualifying games to vote upon, pick as many as you like, and by all means give me suggestions for the next time this comes up http://www.strawpoll.me/13907466
#40. Bob Dylan - Like A Rolling Stone

Round by round: 42-40-40-40

Points - 90
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #5


#39. Dire Straits - Money For Nothing

Round by round: 15-11-24-39

Points - 106.48
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #7


#38. Tears For Fears - Head Over Heels/Broken

Round by round: 43-35-30-38

Points - 106.77
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #10


#37. David Bowie - Let's Dance

Round by round: 30-34-35-37

Points - 108.86
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #9


#36. Battles - Atlas

Round by round: 50-37-33-36

Points - 117.40
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #6


We start with the oldest song in the top 40, the only one more than 50 years old, as Bob Dylan's enduring "Like A Rolling Stone" checks in. Dire Straits have landed two songs in the top 40, with the first going out being their US #1 hit "Money For Nothing". Tears For Fears go back to perhaps the 3rd biggest hit from their "Songs From The Big Chair" album with "Head Over Heels/Broken" at #38. Recently appearing on a TV commercial I believe, David Bowie can't quite hold the throne with "Let's Dance" at #37, and we finish with Battles' chaotic math rock anthem "Atlas".
#35. Green Day - Jesus Of Suburbia

Round by round: 11-12-17-35

Points - 117.77
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #11


#34. The Verve - The Drugs Don't Work

Round by round: 41-42-37-34

Points - 118.69
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #2


#33. Neon Indian - Slumlord

Round by round: 38-38-36-33

Points - 119.38
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #6


#32. Dire Straits - Romeo and Juliet

Round by round: 53-50-38-32

Points - 119.63
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #1


#31. Faker - Sleepwalking

Round by round: 36-45-39-31

Points - 120.63
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #5


Despite their pop punk origins and what that tends to entail, Green Day curiously have one of the longest ever songs to poll in the Hottest 100 with "Jesus Of Suburbia". Meanwhile it's been roughly 20 years since The Verve's sole time spent at the top of the UK singles chart, not with "Bitter Sweet Symphony" but instead sadbanger "The Drugs Don't Work". We take a brief spell into the current decade with Neon Indian's "Slumlord", but then go way back as we get Dire Straits' other entry "Romeo and Juliet", which curiously started far behind "Money For Nothing" after round 1. Lastly we find Faker "Sleepwalking" at #31, but what the f**k is that anyway?
#30. Midnight Oil - The Dead Heart

Round by round: 21-21-31-30

Points - 121.81
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #1


#29. Royksopp & Robyn - Do It Again

Round by round: 32-33-32-29

Points - 122.69
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #8


#28. The The - This Is The Day

Round by round: 24-27-28-28

Points - 123.69
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #8


#27. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis feat. Mary Lambert - Same Love

Round by round: 20-22-29-27

Points - 124
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #4


#26. Death Cab For Cutie - I Will Possess Your Heart

Round by round: 34-29-34-26

Points - 124.31
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #4


With one of their most recognisable tracks, Midnight Oil kick off the top 30 with "The Dead Heart". It's followed by the very cromulent pairing of Royksopp & Robyn for 2014's "Do It Again" at #29, while The The see big success with "This Is The Day" at #28. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis have a very timely entry with "Same Love" at #27, while Death Cab For Cutie allow you to spend some time, with them as the never ending intro to "I Will Possess Your Heart" lands at #26.
#25. Christina Aguilera - The Voice Within

Round by round: 28-27-25-25

Points - 126.69
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #6


#24. Oasis - Champagne Supernova

Round by round: 23-31-27-24

Points - 128.06
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #4


#23. Madonna - Like A Prayer

Round by round: 17-17-23-23

Points - 131.44
Current Voters - 3
TOp Vote - #5


#22. Neneh Cherry - Buffalo Stance

Round by round: 13-14-14-22

Points - 132.12
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #1


#21. Television - Marquee Moon

Round by round: 31-30-26-21

Points - 132.44
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #1


Christina Aguilera shows off her pipes to reveal "The Voice Within" at #25. Oasis have one of their many extra long songs that are also super popular with "Champagne Supernova" coming in at #24, while Madonna's monumentous "Like A Prayer" lands at #23. Frequent appearance-maker Neneh Cherry lands at #22 this time with "Buffalo Stance", while just missing the last round is 1970s post punk via Television's terrific "Marquee Moon".
And so to finish things off, I present in a particular order which is not the scores, the top 20 songs

Arcade Fire - Reflektor
Foals - Spanish Sahara
Frank Ocean feat. Earl Sweatshirt - Super Rich Kids
George Michael - Freedom! '90
Gorillaz - Clint Eastwood
Jeff Buckley - Lover, You Should've Come Over
Kendrick Lamar - The Blacker The Berry
Machine Gun Fellatio - Unsent Letter
Methyl Ethel - Ubu
Pearl Jam - Black
Pet Shop Boys - Go West
Prince & The Revolution - Purple Rain
Pulp - Common People
Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody
R.E.M. - Everybody Hurts
Silversun Pickups - Lazy Eye
Sinead O'Connor - Nothing Compares 2 U
The Beatles - Hey Jude
The Panics - Don't Fight It
Underworld - Born Slippy .NUXX


Which means that it's your last chance to affect these results. The most effective way would be to determine your Top 5 to 8 selections and submit them to me, because then you don't have to spend money on organising a bribe. Do it before 6pm on Friday whereupon I will deliver the final blow. The ACI is also up and running, as is this poll to determine the next qualifying game http://www.strawpoll.me/13907466
#20. Methyl Ethel - Ubu

Round by round: 27-26-19-11-20

Points - 103.69
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #4


#19. Foals - Spanish Sahara

Round by round: 22-25-21-18-19

Points - 106.5
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #1


If nothing else I can assure you that my slight delay was not caused by me getting a haircut, as Methyl Ethel would not allow that to go unanswered for. Their big 2017 hit "Ubu" kicks us off at #20 which is fitting because it also only barely cracks the 5 minute mark. Next up we have Foals' "Spanish Sahara" which may or may not have more sentimental value to you if you choose objectively incorrect decisions at the end of certain video games.
#18. Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody

Round by round: 14-15-12-15-18

Points - 112.72
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #2


#17. Kendrick Lamar - The Blacker The Berry

Round by round: 18-19-20-19-17

Points - 113.30
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #1


In the time it takes for me to type this sentence up, several people have probably discovered and been awed by Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" for the first time, if its ceaseless appearances in the iTunes top 300 have anything to say. The dramatised pomp stands in contrast to Kendrick Lamar's rather evocative for different reasons, "The Blacker The Berry" which finishes at #17 after a consistent run of just sitting in the top 20.
#16. Gorillaz - Clint Eastwood

Round by round: 07-07-06-09-16

Points - 122.18
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #6


#15. Pet Shop Boys - Go West

Round by round: 08-09-13-12-15

Points - 131.18
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #4

/r/indieheads just voted "Clint Eastwood" as the #4 Gorillaz song (behind "On Melancholy Hill", "Empire Ants" and "Feel Good Inc."), sadly they don't quite yet have enough songs to do an entirely Gorillaz-dedicated QLVG, so they just have the one entry here at #16. It sits next to the Pet Shop Boys with their timely placing of "Go West", which may or may not be an instruction about which check box you should fill in given a hypothetical situation where you've been presented two check boxes.
#14. Pearl Jam - Black

Round by round: 09-08-08-10-14

Points - 132.57
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #1


#13. Sinead O'Connor - Nothing Compares 2 U

Round by round: 03-03-03-02-13

Points - 135.61
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #1


Though not an actual single, Pearl Jam's "Black" remains ever popular, I suppose being on a super high selling album also does dividends to the point that it might not need to be a single. Also of a similar age is Sinead O'Connor's "Nothing Compares 2 U", the first of two Prince songs to appear in this top 20, and a high contender until its votes ran out somewhat this round.
#12. Machine Gun Fellatio - Unsent Letter

Round by round: 19-18-15-16-12

Points - 139.59
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #1


#11. Jeff Buckley - Lover, You Should've Come Over

Round by round: 25-20-22-20-11

Points - 143.86
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #1


One of the several bands whose name is some sort of combination of weapons & intercourse, Machine Gun Fellatio have a respectable finish with "Unsent Letter" creeping up to #12. Also moving on up is Jeff Buckley, who went from just barely making the final round to moving up to #11 with "Lover, You Should've Come Over", one of the many glorious moments on his "Grace" album.
#10. The Beatles - Hey Jude

Round by round: 12-13-09-17-10

Points - 146.17
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #3


#9. Frank Ocean feat. Earl Sweatshirt - Super Rich Kids

Round by round: 35-23-16-13-09

Points - 154.36
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #3


The first ever #1 hit to include the words 'f**king hell', is The Beatles' extended coda of na "Hey Jude", which kicks off the top 10. Frank Ocean's "Super Rich Kids" does not contain the aforementioned phrase and thus can be concluded as more wholesome. With a slow start to the game, it's quite fortunate to finish in the top 10 at #9.
#8. George Michael - Freedom! '90

Round by round: 16-16-11-14-08

Points - 158.74
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #3


#7. Silversun Pickups - Lazy Eye

Round by round: 10-10-10-08-07

Points - 161.84
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #5


I like to imagine that George Michael created the perfect hook which also served as a cathartic form of expression given his artistic progression in "Freedom! '90", only later realising that he'd already written another song of the same name when he was in Wham!, thus giving us a slightly awkward title that does not lessen the impact as he finishes at #8. Meanwhile Silversun Pickups were only at the start of their career when they wrote "Lazy Eye" so such an issue wasn't a matter, not that it would be anyway since they showed an early tendency to askew their hooks when titling their songs. I guess "Dun Dun Dun Dun Dun Dun Dun Dun Dun Dun Dun Dun" doesn't work as well as a title anyway.
#6. Underworld - Born Slippy .NUXX

Round by round: 05-05-07-06-06

Points - 162.53
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #2


#5. The Panics - Don't Fight It

Round by round: 26-24-18-07-05

Points - 173.60
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #4


Sitting at #6 is Underworld's ode to the hysteria of the drunken nightlife and existentialism or something like that and it was also used quite notably in Trainspotting. Nonetheless, any mega mega white things should be pleased at "Born Slippy .NUXX"'s finish. After that behemoth is something like an underdog, as perhaps the most low profile J Award winners The Panics land in the top 5 with "Don't Fight It", which might please Jason Derulo if he follows Australian music meme pages on Facebook.
#4. Arcade Fire - Reflektor

Round by round: 04-04-04-04-04

Points - 205.5
Current Voters - 4
Top Vote - #2


#3. R.E.M. - Everybody Hurts

Round by round: 02-02-02-03-03

Points - 217.96
Current Voters - 4
Top Vote - #5


You thought you found a way to enter the top 4 but it was just a Chuck Testa. Arcade Fire are here also, and granting Bowie an even closer attempt at retaining his crown from last fortnight, with one of his last musical outings featured on the title track to "Reflektor". If thinking about Bowie isn't sad enough, we also have the heartstrings being pulled for R.E.M.'s huge melancholic anthem "Everybody Hurts", a day late for R U OK? Day but it's a healthy reminder all year around.
#2. Prince & The Revolution - Purple Rain

Round by round: 06-06-05-05-02

Points - 218.43
Current Voters - 4
Top Vote - #4


#1. Pulp - Common People

Round by round: 01-01-01-01-01

Points - 273.88
Current Voters - 5
Top Vote - #1


Less than half a point separated the 2nd & 3rd placers which isn't dramatically important but it is interesting. It was the incumbent falling short though as Prince's "Purple Rain" rises to a new high of #2, keeping up his status as a regular high performer who is still yet to come out on top for this game. But since former winners are excluded, there's always a new winner to catch the throne, and this time around it's Pulp, because deep down we always have a certain fascination of the estranged perceptions among class relations, or we just like to dance to it because it's catchy as hell.
And it is as Mariah Carey and/or Mary J. Blige might say, a wrap. Thanks as always to voters/contributors of any and all capacities. The strawpoll votes are in and the next Qualifying game will be songs from the 1970s, which is sure to be interesting as we've only had one '70s winner prior I believe. That'll start on Tuesday, which will be one day after the main QLVG event on Monday, with our recently selected 100 songs by LGBTI+ artists. Enjoy your weekend, vote in ACI if that's a thing you do, and I'll see you in the next one.
With a new week, we arrive at a new game. A timely one perhaps, as in a rare moment, both the #1 single & #1 album holders at this time would qualify for this list (and one of them does feature), as we look at songs by LGBTI+ artists. In the hypothetical situation that we are to be currently undergoing a non-legally binding public survey, I am not to sway your decisions, but I imagine many of these artists may have strong feelings about it.

*NSYNC - It's Gonna Be Me
Against Me! - Stop
Anthony Callea - The Prayer
Antony & The Johnsons - Hope There's Someone
Austra - Home
Azealia Banks feat. Lazy Jay - 212
Big Brother and the Holding Company - Summertime
Bloc Party - Flux
Bloc Party - I Still Remember
Blondie - Heart of Glass
Blue - All Rise
Boyzone - No Matter What
Bronski Beat - Smalltown Boy
Courtney Barnett - Depreston
Cub Sport - Come On Mess Me Up
Culture Club - Do You Really Want To Hurt Me
David Sylvian & Ryuichi Sakamoto - Forbidden Colours
Dead or Alive - You Spin Me Round (Like a Record)
Dusty Springfield - Son Of A Preacher Man
Elton John - Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
Elton John - Someone Saved My Life Tonight
Faith No More - Falling To Pieces
Faker - Hurricane
Faker - This Heart Attack
Fergie - Life Goes On
Frank Ocean - Nights
Frankie Goes To Hollywood - Two Tribes
Goldfrapp - Number 1
Gossip - Standing In The Way Of Control
Green Day - Welcome To Paradise
Grizzly Bear - Two Weeks
Hercules & Love Affair - Blind
Husker Du - Don't Want To Know If You Are Lonely
iLoveMakonnen feat. Drake - Tuesday
Janis Ian - Society's Child
Jill Sobule - I Kissed A Girl
Judas Priest - Breaking The Law
k.d. lang - Constant Craving
Kele - Tenderoni
Ladyhawke - Back Of The Van
Ladyhawke - Black White & Blue
Lana Pellay - Pistol In My Pocket
Le Tigre - Deceptacon
Melissa Etheridge - Bring Me Some Water
Mika - Grace Kelly
Missy Higgins - Scar
Missy Higgins - Steer
Missy Higgins - The Special Two
MUNA - I Know A Place
Mykki Blanco feat. Jean Deaux - Loner
Passion Pit - Little Secrets
Passion Pit - The Reeling
Perfume Genius - Slip Away
Pet Shop Boys - Always On My Mind
Pet Shop Boys - It's A Sin
Peter Allen - I Go To Rio
Peter Allen - Tenterfield Saddler
Placebo - Pure Morning
Placebo - Song To Say Goodbye
Queen - A Kind of Magic
Queen - I Want To Break Free
Queen & David Bowie - Under Pressure
R.E.M. - The One I Love
Right Said Fred - I'm Too Sexy
S Club 7 - Bring It All Back
Sam Sparro - Black & Gold
Savage Garden - Chained To You
Savage Garden - I Want You
Savages - She Will
Scissor Sisters - I Don't Feel Like Dancin'
Scissor Sisters - Laura
Shamir - On The Regular
Shona Laing - (Glad I'm) Not A Kennedy
Sia - Bring Night
Sia - Little Man
Sigur Ros - Hoppipolla
Skunk Anansie - Hedonism (Just Because You Feel Good)
Skunk Anansie - I Can Dream
Sophie B Hawkins - Damn I Wish I Was Your Lover
Suede - Beautiful Ones
Supernaut - I Like It Both Ways
Tash Sultana - Notion
Tegan and Sara - Walking With a Ghost
The B-52's - Roam
The Dresden Dolls - Coin-Operated Boy
The Internet feat. KAYTRANADA - Girl
The Kinks - Lola
The Kinks - You Really Got Me
The Magician feat. Years & Years - Sunlight
The Veronicas - Untouched
The xx - Angels
Tracy Chapman - Talkin' 'Bout A Revolution
Troye Sivan - YOUTH
Vampire Weekend - Cousins
Village People - Y.M.C.A.
Westlife - Flying Without Wings
Westlife - Swear It Again
Wham! - The Edge of Heaven
Will Young - Leave Right Now
Years & Years - Eyes Shut


It's time to make your picks. Deliberate and determine your Top 25 to 40 selections and memo them to me by 6pm on Wednesday, after which I will carefully crunch the numbers and perhaps eliminate 20 songs on that spot. Also look out tomorrow as the next Qualifying game will commence then.
=#99. Anthony Callea - The Prayer

Points - 0
Current Voters - 0
Top Vote - N/A


=#99. Big Brother and the Holding Company - Summertime

Points - 0
Current Voters - 0
Top Vote - N/A


#98. Queen - A Kind Of Magic

Points - 10
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #31


#97. Lana Pellay - Pistol In My Pocket

Points - 17
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #29


#96. Ladyhawke - Black White & Blue

Points - 18
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #23


In vintage QLVG fashion, we start things off with some nul pwah, and it just so happens to come from the artist I shouted out on the previous chart, as Anthony Callea's ARIA Chart success does not carry over here for "The Prayer", though he's probably not too fussed considering that he snubbed it for "Rain" on his new album. Sitting alongside him is Big Brother & The Holding Company, which was originally submitted as a Janis Joplin song but I had to correct it because I am extremely pedantic about metadata. It's still Janis of course, just that she performed it with said band. Queen take a hit with "A Kind Of Magic" at #98 but they've got two other entries that you suspect could do well for them anyway. A performer of many psuedonyms & guises, Lana Pellay comes in at #97 with "Pistol In My Pocket". Lastly we have the first of two entries for Ladyhawke, this one being the lead single to her second album at #96.
#95. Fergie - Life Goes On

Points - 21
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #20


#94. Supernaut - I Like It Both Ways

Points - 23
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #18


=#92. Boyzone - No Matter What

Points - 25
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #16


=#92. Janis Ian - Society's Child

Points - 25
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #16


One of the many tracks Fergie has released in this interim of not actually releasing an album, "Life Goes On" figures in at #95. Supernaut have a perhaps apt song title for this game with "I Like It Both Ways" at #94. Tied at #92 we have another Janis, this time Janis Ian with her protest anthem "Society's Child", sitting next to one of Boyzone's biggest hits, "No Matter What".
=#90. Elton John - Someone Saved My Life Tonight

Points - 27
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #14


=#90. Right Said Fred - I'm Too Sexy

Points - 27
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #14


=#87. Bronski Beat - Smalltown Boy

Points - 30
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #11


=#87. Missy Higgins - Steer

Points - 30
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #11


=#87. Savage Garden - Chained To You

Points - 30
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #11


#86. Mykki Blanco feat. Jean Deaux - Loner

Points - 30
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #25


If you want ties, I've got 'em. First off we have Elton John with the first of his two entries at #90, "Someone Saved My Life Tonight", and he sits next to a timely entry from Right Said Fred, who have just this past month been sampled in a #1 hit from Taylor Swift, imagine hearing that sentence a year ago! Now for more ties at #87, we have the first of two entries for Savage Garden with "Chained To You", sitting next to one of three entries for Missy Higgins with her perhaps somewhat forgotten #1 hit "Steer". Alongside them is Bronski Beat who only have the one track here, but it's an influential one. Not with anything to do with Dustin Lynch's current hit, but modern tunes by September & Brandon Flowers certainly owe a debt to "Smalltown Boy". Lastly we have Mykki Blanco's "Loner" which I must say has really clicked with me during this proceeding in a way it hadn't when it was released last year.
#85. *NSYNC - It's Gonna Be Me

Points - 31
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #10


#84. Shona Laing - (Glad I'm) Not A Kennedy

Points - 32
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #20


#83. Kele - Tenderoni

Points - 32
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #15


#82. Cub Sport - Come On Mess Me Up

Points - 33
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #24


#81. Green Day - Welcome To Paradise

Points - 33
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #18


Flashback to the year 2000, *NSYNC score a #1 hit with "It's Gonna Be Me", little did anyone know that they'd never do so again, but a solo member teaming up with the same producer would go on to score a number one hit 16 years later, and the two are now among the most prolific and successful in their fields of all time. Info dumb aside, the former track lands at #85 here. At #84 we have a big '80s top 10 hit from New Zealand artist Shona Laing with "(Glad I'm) Not A Kennedy", while #83 sees a solo entry for Kele Okereke of Bloc Party fame, who will be showing up here later. #82 sees a curious case of shared partnership between band members with Cub Sport's "Come On Mess Me Up", while just missing the cut is some early Green Day with "Welcome To Paradise".
That wraps up round 1, things will only continue to heat up here, in the metaphorical sense, and also in the impending summer sense

Against Me! - Stop
Antony & The Johnsons - Hope There's Someone
Austra - Home
Azealia Banks feat. Lazy Jay - 212
Bloc Party - Flux
Bloc Party - I Still Remember
Blondie - Heart of Glass
Blue - All Rise
Courtney Barnett - Depreston
Culture Club - Do You Really Want To Hurt Me
David Sylvian & Ryuichi Sakamoto - Forbidden Colours
Dead or Alive - You Spin Me Round (Like a Record)
Dusty Springfield - Son Of A Preacher Man
Elton John - Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
Faith No More - Falling To Pieces
Faker - Hurricane
Faker - This Heart Attack
Frank Ocean - Nights
Frankie Goes To Hollywood - Two Tribes
Goldfrapp - Number 1
Gossip - Standing In The Way Of Control
Grizzly Bear - Two Weeks
Hercules & Love Affair - Blind
Husker Du - Don't Want To Know If You Are Lonely
iLoveMakonnen feat. Drake - Tuesday
Jill Sobule - I Kissed A Girl
Judas Priest - Breaking The Law
k.d. lang - Constant Craving
Ladyhawke - Back Of The Van
Le Tigre - Deceptacon
Melissa Etheridge - Bring Me Some Water
Mika - Grace Kelly
Missy Higgins - Scar
Missy Higgins - The Special Two
MUNA - I Know A Place
Passion Pit - Little Secrets
Passion Pit - The Reeling
Perfume Genius - Slip Away
Pet Shop Boys - Always On My Mind
Pet Shop Boys - It's A Sin
Peter Allen - I Go To Rio
Peter Allen - Tenterfield Saddler
Placebo - Pure Morning
Placebo - Song To Say Goodbye
Queen - I Want To Break Free
Queen & David Bowie - Under Pressure
R.E.M. - The One I Love
S Club 7 - Bring It All Back
Sam Sparro - Black & Gold
Savage Garden - I Want You
Savages - She Will
Scissor Sisters - I Don't Feel Like Dancin'
Scissor Sisters - Laura
Shamir - On The Regular
Sia - Bring Night
Sia - Little Man
Sigur Ros - Hoppipolla
Skunk Anansie - Hedonism (Just Because You Feel Good)
Skunk Anansie - I Can Dream
Sophie B Hawkins - Damn I Wish I Was Your Lover
Suede - Beautiful Ones
Tash Sultana - Notion
Tegan and Sara - Walking With a Ghost
The B-52's - Roam
The Dresden Dolls - Coin-Operated Boy
The Internet feat. KAYTRANADA - Girl
The Kinks - Lola
The Kinks - You Really Got Me
The Magician feat. Years & Years - Sunlight
The Veronicas - Untouched
The xx - Angels
Tracy Chapman - Talkin' 'Bout A Revolution
Troye Sivan - YOUTH
Vampire Weekend - Cousins
Village People - Y.M.C.A.
Westlife - Flying Without Wings
Westlife - Swear It Again
Wham! - The Edge of Heaven
Will Young - Leave Right Now
Years & Years - Eyes Shut

Have your input help decide who stays and who goes. Flick through the list and pick out your Top 20 to 32 selections and submit them to me by 6pm on Friday, and then I will do the typical tallying. As usual I'll plug that the nominations game is running, and the ACI is up, on time if you can believe it.
=#79. Le Tigre - Deceptacon

Round by round: 79-79

Points - 34
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #7


=#79. Years & Years - Eyes Shut

Round by round: 79-79

Points - 34
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #7


#78. iLoveMakonnen feat. Drake - Tuesday

Round by round: 77-78

Points - 35
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #18


#77. Westlife - Swear It Again

Round by round: 78-77

Points - 36
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #5


#76. Judas Priest - Breaking The Law

Round by round: 73-76

Points - 37
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #4


We kick things off with a tie that could not be broken. It sees the highly politicised stylings of Le Tigre next to the relatively restrained (at least musically) Years & Years. At #78 we have iLoveMakonnen's anthem to being too busy to party on the weekend. Westlife have the first of their two entries with their very first UK #1 single and perhaps their best, "Swear It Again", while Judas Priest kick things up a gear with "Breaking The Law" at #76.
#75. Pet Shop Boys - Always On My Mind

Round by round: 75-75

Points - 38
Current Voters - 1
Top Vote - #3


#74. Azealia Banks feat. Lazy Jay - 212

Round by round: 72-74

Points - 38
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #15


#73. Jill Sobule - I Kissed A Girl

Round by round: 70-73

Points - 39
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #19


#72. Skunk Anansie - I Can Dream

Round by round: 68-72

Points - 39
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #16


#71. Peter Allen - Tenterfield Saddler

Round by round: 76-71

Points - 39
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #25


First up we have the oft-covered "Always On My Mind", this being the particularly notable Pet Shop Boys version, and then we have the understandably not oft-covered "212" by Azealia Banks at #74. The perhaps less morally questionable song with the name "I Kissed A Girl" sits at #73 courtesy of Jill Sobule, while Skunk Anansie go wild with "I Can Dream" at #72. We have one of the occasional Australian entries in this list via The Boy From Oz himself Peter Allen, with the much loved "Tenterfield Saddler" which didn't chart until 2015, sadly shortly before I started making a catalogue chart to...catalogue such events.
#70. Wham! - The Edge Of Heaven

Round by round: 67-70

Points - 42
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #14


#69. Peter Allen - I Go To Rio

Round by round: 74-69

Points - 42
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #9


#68. Ladyhawke - Back Of The Van

Round by round: 71-68

Points - 46
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #8


#67. Missy Higgins - Scar

Round by round: 53-67

Points - 46
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #4


#66. Savages - She Will

Round by round: 65-66

Points - 49
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #16


And Peter Allen is back again rather quickly, as "I Go To Rio" lands a little higher at #69. Sandwiched between the two is the sole appearance for Wham! with "The Edge Of Heaven" at #70. Ladyhawke is back again at #68 this time from her first album with "Back Of The Van", while Missy Higgins is also up to her second entry though with another one on the way as her other ARIA #1 "Scar" takes the fall. We're then treated to the delightful post-punk stylings of Savages at #66 with "She Will".
=#64. David Sylvian & Ryuichi Sakamoto - Forbidden Colours

Round by round: 62-64

Points - 51
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #10


=#64. Passion Pit - Little Secrets

Round by round: 57-64

Points - 51
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #10


#63. Village People - Y.M.C.A.

Round by round: 69-63

Points - 51
Current Voters - 3
Top Vote - #17


#62. Faith No More - Falling To Pieces

Round by round: 64-62

Points - 52
Current Voters - 2
Top Vote - #8


#61. Tracy Chapman - Talkin' 'Bout A Revolution

Round by round: 66-61

Points - 52
Current Voters - 4
Top Vote - #23


A delightful discovery for me in this game was the '80s soundtrack hit "Forbidden Colours" which lands at #65. It heads up a mostly old school set with the sole exception of Passion Pit who see "Little Secrets" finish at #64, the first of their two entries. This list wouldn't feel right if it didn't include the Village People, so "Y.M.C.A." struts in fine fashion at #63. I have learnt through this game that the keyboardist for Faith No More is homosexual, and they have a single entry here with "Falling To Pieces" at #62, while Tracy Chapman just narrowly misses the next round with "Talkin' 'Bout A Revolution".
From that, we have just 60 left to stand

Against Me! - Stop
Antony & The Johnsons - Hope There's Someone
Austra - Home
Bloc Party - Flux
Bloc Party - I Still Remember
Blondie - Heart of Glass
Blue - All Rise
Courtney Barnett - Depreston
Culture Club - Do You Really Want To Hurt Me
Dead or Alive - You Spin Me Round (Like a Record)
Dusty Springfield - Son Of A Preacher Man
Elton John - Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
Faker - Hurricane
Faker - This Heart Attack
Frank Ocean - Nights
Frankie Goes To Hollywood - Two Tribes
Goldfrapp - Number 1
Gossip - Standing In The Way Of Control
Grizzly Bear - Two Weeks
Hercules & Love Affair - Blind
Husker Du - Don't Want To Know If You Are Lonely
k.d. lang - Constant Craving
Melissa Etheridge - Bring Me Some Water
Mika - Grace Kelly
Missy Higgins - The Special Two
MUNA - I Know A Place
Passion Pit - The Reeling
Perfume Genius - Slip Away
Pet Shop Boys - It's A Sin
Placebo - Pure Morning
Placebo - Song To Say Goodbye
Queen - I Want To Break Free
Queen & David Bowie - Under Pressure
R.E.M. - The One I Love
S Club 7 - Bring It All Back
Sam Sparro - Black & Gold
Savage Garden - I Want You
Scissor Sisters - I Don't Feel Like Dancin'
Scissor Sisters - Laura
Shamir - On The Regular
Sia - Bring Night
Sia - Little Man
Sigur Ros - Hoppipolla
Skunk Anansie - Hedonism (Just Because You Feel Good)
Sophie B Hawkins - Damn I Wish I Was Your Lover
Suede - Beautiful Ones
Tash Sultana - Notion
Tegan and Sara - Walking With a Ghost
The B-52's - Roam
The Dresden Dolls - Coin-Operated Boy
The Internet feat. KAYTRANADA - Girl
The Kinks - Lola
The Kinks - You Really Got Me
The Magician feat. Years & Years - Sunlight
The Veronicas - Untouched
The xx - Angels
Troye Sivan - YOUTH
Vampire Weekend - Cousins
Westlife - Flying Without Wings
Will Young - Leave Right Now


The game is not over yet as you might understand, but it requires input to function most efficiently, so I say you see to it that you provide your Top 15 to 24 selections to my inbox by 6pm Monday. I'll need to come up with new qualifying ideas then so feel free to throw a suggestion into the hat, and also possibly do the ACI because that's open too.

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