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Thanks for visiting! I figured I'd set up a thread to discuss my song entries. I'm not going to focus heavily on points distribution. This is mainly just a space for me to explain and perhaps outline why I've chosen the songs I've done so.

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Game     Song                                                                   SF Position     Final Position              
137      Jerome (Lykke Li)                                                        3rd                8th
138      Show Me Love (Robin S)                                                   6th                7th
139      New York I Love You But You're Bringing Me Down (LCD Soundsystem)        9th                15th
140      Pink + White (Frank Ocean)                                               17th               DNQ 
141      Do You Realize?? (The Flaming Lips)                                      2nd                7th
142      Lighthouse (Patrick Watson)                                              1st                1st
143      One More Time (Daft Punk)                                                5th                8th
144      The Sing (Bill Callahan)                                                 9th                19th
145      The Rip (Portishead)                                                     2nd                3rd
146      Two Weeks (Grizzly Bear)                                                 11th               DNQ
147      Lisztomania (Phoenix)                                                    9th                17th
148      Drone Bomb Me (ANOHNI)                                                   14th               DNQ
149      Bored In The USA (Father John Misty)                                     4th                18th
150      Ha Howa Ha Howa (SEXWITCH)                                               3rd                7th
151      Surf Solar (Fuck Buttons)                                                8th                19th
152      When I'm Small (Phantogram)                                              3rd                4th
153      The Christmas Song (The Raveonettes)                                     --                 1st
154      O... Saya (A.R. Rahman)                                                  13th               DNQ
155      Sun (Caribou)                                                            6th                13th
156      Your Best American Girl (Mitski)                                         1st                2nd
157      Rabbit In Your Headlight (UNKLE)                                         4th                12th
158      Jungle (Tash Sultana)                                                    2nd                1st
159      Oh Pretty Woman (Roy Orbison)                                            1st                2nd
160      Quand Vas Tu Rentrer? (Melody's Echo Chamber)                            4th                13th
161      It's Real (Real Estate)                                                  14th               DNQ
162      Heartbeats (The Knife)                                                   1st                1st
163      I Know There's Gonna Be (Good Times) (Jamie xx, Young Thug)              7th                17th
164      Rockabye (Clean Bandit)                                                  8th                15th
165      I Can't Give Everything Away (David Bowie)                               4th                9th
166      Cold War (Janelle Monae)                                                 9th                18th
167      The Bay (Metronomy)                                                      5th                20th
168      Dreams (Fleetwood Mac)                                                   1st                1st
169      Flesh Without Blood (Grimes)                                             5th                10th
170      Break The Rules (Charli XCX)                                             3rd                5th
171      Scar Tissue (Red Hot Chilli Peppers)                                     12th               DNQ
172      Think (Aretha Franklin)                                                  3rd                4th
173      I Put A Spell On You (Nina Simone)                                       1st                3rd
174      Good Times (Chic)                                                        7th                10th
175      Do It Again (Robyn & Royksopp)                                           12th               DNQ
176      The Fear (Lily Allen)                                                    1st                1st
177      Karma Police (Radiohead)                                                 1st                2nd
178      Sugar For The Pill (Slowdive)                                            1st                1st
179      Nothing Feels Natural (Priests)                                          1st                8th
180      Black Steel (Tricky)                                                     6th                4th
181      Round & Round (Ariel Pink)                                               5th                14th
182      The Governor (Nicolas Jaar)                                              7th                13th
183      Keep On Movin' (Soul II Soul)                                            5th                16th
184      The Revolution Will Not Be Televised (Gil Scott-Heron)                   5th                5th
185-188  Did Not Participate
189      Truth (Kamasi Washington)                                                4th                20th
190      Collider (Jon Hopkins)                                                   3rd                10th
191      Praise You (Fatboy Slim)                                                 1st                5th
192      Are You That Somebody (Aaliyah)                                          3rd                5th
193      Roscoe (Midlake)                                                         1st                8th
194      Angel (Massive Attack)                                                   1st                1st

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A Visual Representation

1
Fleetwood Mac, Dreams
The Knife, Heartbeats
Lily Allen, The Fear
Massive Attack, Angel
Patrick Watson, Lighthouse
The Raveonettes, The Christmas Song
Slowdive, Sugar For The Pill
Tash Sultana, Jungle

2
Mitski, Your Best American Girl
Radiohead, Karma Police
Roy Orbison, Oh Pretty Woman

3
Nina Simone, I Put A Spell On You
Portishead, The Rip

4
Aretha Franklin, Think
Phantogram, When I'm Small
Tricky, Black Steel

5
Aaliyah, Are You That Somebody
Charli XCX, Break The Rules
Fatboy Slim, Praise You
Gil Scott-Heron, The Revolution Will Not Be Televised

6
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7
The Flaming Lips, Do You Realize??
Robin S, Show Me Love
SEXWITCH, Ha Howa Ha Howa

8
Daft Punk, One More Time
Lykke Li, Jerome
Midlake, Roscoe
Priests, Nothing Feels Natural

9
David Bowie, I Can't Give Everything Away

10
Chic, Good Times
Grimes, Flesh Without Blood
Jon Hopkins, Collider

11
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12
UNKLE, Rabbit In Your Headlights

13
Caribou, Sun
Melody's Echo Chamber, Quand Vas Tu Rentrer?
Nicolas Jaar, The Governor

14
Ariel Pink, Round & Round

15
Clean Bandit, Rockabye
LCD Soundsystem, New York, I Love You But You're Bringing Me Down

16
Soul II Soul, Keep On Movin'

17
Jamie xx (feat. Young Thug, Popcaan), I Know There's Gonna Be (Good Times)
Phoenix, Lisztomania

18
Bill Callahan, The Sing
Father John Misty, Bored In The USA
Janelle Monae, Cold War

19
Fuck Buttons, Surf Solar

20
Kamasi Washington, Truth
Metronomy, The Bay


The Reject Pile
11
Grizzly Bear, Two Weeks

12
Red Hot Chilli Peppers, Scar Tissue
Robyn & Royksopp, Do It Again

13
AR Rahman, O... Saya

14
ANOHNI, Drone Bomb Me
Real Estate, It's Real

17
Frank Ocean, Pink + White
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A Yearly Visual

2016
ANOHNI, Drone Bomb Me
Frank Ocean, Pink And White

2015
Father John Misty, Bored In The USA
SEXWITCH, Ha Howa Ha Howa

2014

2013
Bill Callahan, The Sing

2012
Patrick Watson, Lighthouse

2011
Lykke Li, Jerome

2010
Phantogram, When I'm Small

2009
Fuck Buttons, Surf Solar
Grizzly Bear, Two Weeks
Phoenix, Lisztomania

2008
Portishead, The Rip

2007
LCD Soundsystem, New York, I Love Your But You're Bringing Me Down

2006

2005

2004
The Raveonettes, The Christmas Song

2003

2002
The Flaming Lips, Do You Realize??

2001
Daft Punk, One More Time

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Game 137 | First Names

Lykke Li | Jerome ||| 2011

From the album Wounded Rhymes



I was never much of a Lykke Li fan. Her first album Youth Novels was very hit and miss for me and looking at her three albums she's currently released, it's her weakest for me. I recall hearing I Follow Rivers and thinking that her sound hadn't so much as changed but that she had finally found something she was comfortable with and I felt the same way about Wounded Rhymes when I heard it. I passed the album onto a few of my friends who also became fans quickly to the point that we'd all made plans that when Lykke announces a show, we'd all go.

Fair enough, Lykke Li was announced as one of the headliners for a touring festival called Parklife Festival, a festival more commonly known for it's predominant dance/DJ acts with a few indie/synth pop/hip hop acts also added to the lineup to appeal to the younger adult demographic who would inevitably attend the festival. While this scared off a few of my friends from attending, a couple of friends and I were still keen to go. Given that it was spring time, it would have been about 28 degrees during the day but sometime during the afternoon, this massive cold breeze came through the parklands where the festival had gone, which left a lot of leaving the grounds given that everyone was in singlets/short shorts (LOL the fashion of 2011) and the temperature dropping to 10 degrees in the space of an hour. Despite being cold as hell, we wanted to stay for Santigold, The Streets and Lykke Li, who was finishing off the festival. Given that there were 4 stages, the 'indie' stage was on the other side of the grounds from the main stage, which meant that around 1000 people would've been there for Lykke Li. The first song she started off her set with this long instrumental piece, which in itself was beautiful. The black curtains for the stage had still not been drawn but once she appeared (all black, like the rest of her band), she had begun her first song: Jerome. I was blown away at just how well the song had come to life in a live setting in comparison to the album version I'd been listening to previously. The chorus was much bigger with multiple harmonies from the live band supporting her as well as the less is more approach the band took with instruments in favour of focusing on vocals, which stuck with me.

It's still not my favourite song from Lykke Li but I've grown to appreciate it a lot more because of that performance.

I think the song performed as well as I probably anticipated. Getting a Top 10 with my first entry is a great start.
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Game 138 | The 90s

Robin S | Show Me Love ||| 1990

From the album Show Me Love



There's a lot of direction i could've gone with my song choice for 90s. I felt that a lot of entries would be primarily focused on alternative rock or other rock genres. I wanted to choose something, which I felt was iconic to the 90s yet something that I really loved. I'm a major fan of the electronica movement of the 90s although in particular, I'm a massive fan of early 90s dance/house music. The two songs I had in mind to submit was Gonna Make You Sweat by C+C Music Factory and Show Me Love. I figured the first song was probably a bit too cliche so I opted to go with the second song.

Show Me Love is one of the first songs I play when I'm controlling the speakers because it always gets a great reaction and it's a great song to sing along to. I remember being at one of my first pop concerts and hearing this song being played by the warm up DJ and recalling the massive positive reaction it got that the DJ played it again.

I would've been disappointed if this song had not made the finals because I do think this song categorizes what 90s was about and a few of the higher placing songs are songs that would easily have been submitted in other categories and very interchangeable depending on the category for the week. However, it made the final so I was content.
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Game 139 | Grand Slam Game

LCD Soundsystem | New York I Love You But You're Bringing Me Down ||| 2007

From the album Sound of Silver



I love LCD Soundsystem and I'm a bigger fan of when they play their drawn out live electronica. I tried really hard to see them this year during their reunion tour because I had such a great time seeing them before they retired the first time. I saw them at Splendour In The Grass in 2010. It was the very first multi day festival I had gone to so I was excited for pretty much anyone and anything. They were one of the best acts I'd seen that weekend that we completely avoided seeing who we were originally planning on seeing during their set because we didn't wanna leave. It's a very fun, live and energetic show, with a massive stage set up filled with incredibly talented musicians, which I'd recommend to anyone.

In saying that, I have absolutely no idea why I chose this song because it's their slowest song and I have no attachment to it whatsoever. It's a simple song, nothing complicated. I think I found it amusing because of how simple it was but other than that, I don't particularly care for it. It works better in the context of the album, where it acts as a good close rather than as an individual piece on it's own.

The song made the final but fizzled. I wouldn't have voted for this particular song given the better entrants that were present.
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Game 140 | Open

Frank Ocean | Pink + White ||| 2016

From the album Blonde


I'm a massive Frank Ocean fan. He has disappointed me like no other given how many times he's cancelled on concerts, announced he's releasing music and then withholding it. Channel ORANGE is definitely one of my most played albums and one of my favourites. His new album had just been released and I had it as background music at work during the first week it came out.

When this category came up, I wanted to submit something that went against the grain of what was normally submitted. Having looked at the songs sent list, I've noticed there's a very big lack of Rap, Hip Hop, R&B artists submitted. I'm not sure whether this is because there are no fans around, whether these genres have traditionally performed very poorly beforehand but I figured I'd send something and test the waters. Ideally, I'd be submitting something rap but I knew that wouldn't do well so I went for a safer option.

Pink + White was the best song I liked from blonde. The production was handled by Pharrell and Tyler, The Creator and the song also featured uncredited vocals from Beyonce. The song had a bit of an old school vibe whilst being somewhat of a slow jam. I also felt like this wasn't necessarily a cut and copy R&B track because of it's psychedelic elements.

The song was hampered by the fact that the song link kept being taken down and me having to send a new link to Adey that it was expected that when the songs would be released, the new link would be dead again. I knew the song wouldn't have much life because it would force each listener to have to manually search the song and given that Frank Ocean was against the flow of what was usually sent, him being a flavour of the month type artist wouldn't necessarily encourage people towards it. I think the response the song received was quite good although I totally do believe that the song's chances of making the final were slim even if the links weren't being taken down at all.

I'm still happy with my choice to submit this song because I wanted to disprove people's beliefs regarding the artist without listening to the song first. There was one comment that someone made that Frank Ocean was a marketing tool (I think that's what the words were) which is one that is made about personal opinions about the artist and not about any of his musical output, which is something I wanted to disprove and change. I do think that when you have a 'flavour of the month' type artist, it is very hard to change that perception. I know how I feel when everyone raves on about how great Adele or Beyonce and you don't share the same sentiment.

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Great thread, @Adam .

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Thanks @Wally.

I was really surprised to win so quickly after seeing how long it took you and hearing about how close Leif has gotten to winning. I'm really pulling for him to take out one of these editions because he really deserves a win for the amount he's been playing.
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Game 141 | No Woman, No Cry

The Flaming Lips | Do You Realize?? ||| 2002

From the album Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots



I'm well aware that The Flaming Lips have a massive cult following. Psychedelic bands tend to have that effect. Someone I know has a friend who is incredibly averse to getting tattoos but has a Flaming Lips tattoo on his chest, which lead singer Wayne Coyne loved so much he tweeted an actual photo of it. I'm also a massive Portlandia fan. The opening episode for Season 6 revolved around a camping music festival where The Flaming Lips were the headlining band although satirically, the band no longer existed because Wayne Coyne had departed from the group and formed his own version of Flaming Lips whereas the former bandmates had also formed their version of The Flaming Lips. The agent who represented both of the bands had unintentionally booked both bands to play the same headline set and a large chunk of the episode derived from both bands arguing about who was going to perform 'Do You Realize??', their most well known song.

I have seen The Flaming Lips live before and they are one of the most whackiest, most impressive bands I have ever seen because they know how to create a sense of euphoria with their shows. You definitely don't need to know any of their music to enjoy their live show - in fact, I think their sets are generally better enjoyed if you know nothing about their music because it's one big trip.

For me, Do You Realize?? is one of those songs that is so melodically simple and lyrically poignant because of it's simplistic message. I read somewhere that despite how drug cultured The Flaming Lips are/were, they wrote this song after seeing the effects one of their band members was having after kicking his heroin addiction. I don't know whether that helps me with this song because the message I get from the song is 'life is short and we don't have the answers for everything and we should be ok with that'.

I can definitely understand why the song would not have done so well because it is slow and somewhat repetitive and possibly a bit cliche. In saying that, I'm very happy with the Top 10 finish the song achieved.

I highly recommend giving Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots a listen because it is my favourite Flaming Lips album.
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Game 142 | Oh Canada

Patrick Watson | Lighthouse ||| 2002

From the album Adventures In Your Backyard



I was at a New Years Eve party down in Byron Bay in 2013 at a festival called Falls Festival. It would have been around 11pm the day before 2014. My friends were somewhere in the crowd and I was sitting on top of the hill solo. Someone a bit younger than me had finished his shift at the bar and during his break, he asked to sit down next to me. Surely enough, during the next hour rather than paying much attention to The Roots who were playing, I had this incredible conversation with this guy. He began telling me why he'd moved out of home, what he'd done with his life, what he was doing at university and why he was now living in Byron Bay. Generally, I hate people talking to me during festivals but I was so intrigued by this guy and him opening up to me that I completely drowned out the music and began talking to him more intensely. One of the things he wanted to do with his life was to be an audio engineer. We began talking about music and he mentioned he was not very big on the indie scene and given his surfer appearance, I was somewhat shocked that his favourite type of music was chamber pop and the reason he had taken up audio engineering was because he loved the intricacies that baroque pop would create when it was being recorded. He started listing artists who he loved such as Joanna Newsom, Andrew Bird and then began to explain how Pet Sounds by The Beach Boys really transformed the way audio engineering worked.

The one thing that stuck with me was the way he began talking favourably about this one artist called Patrick Watson and the way he felt his production work was under appreciated in favour of other artists who he felt were over valued for less than stellar mastering and mixing. I began nodding along saying that I too really appreciated his work. He thought I was being polite and jovial and asked me to name any Patrick Watson song. I responded back with 'Lighthouse'. He mentioned he was shocked that someone was familiar with his music since none of his friends were.

I have a Chillout Playlist that I continually add to that I play loud when I have the house to myself and Lighthouse is one of the first songs on it. I remember hearing it for the first time and being immediately struck by how beautiful the song was even if the message itself seemed sullen and a touch depressing. I love the fact that the song turns from a classical folk-piano number to a full blown Spaghetti Western track with the trumpets and loud drum beats. The production is lush and incredibly melodic. It's a song I always found myself coming back to because of how simple the song was in spite of how complex the production may have seemed.

I was pretty surprised that I won with the song and I am really appreciative of all the points that were allocated because I felt the final was stacked with great options. I hesitated with this song because I originally submitted this song for No Woman, No Cry and once I saw Wally had proposed the Canadian theme, I immediately transferred this song from Game 141 to Game 142 with the intention of choosing another song to replace Lighthouse and still buying a bit of time to choose for 141. I didn't feel comfortable with my other Canadian choices so I stuck with Patrick Watson.
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You did well to send from Daft Punk's "Discovery" album. There's something for everyone there.

As I mentioned before I sent the dance track "Superheroes" once.

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You did well to send from Daft Punk's "Discovery" album. There's something for everyone there.

As I mentioned before I sent the dance track "Superheroes" once.
Thanks! I totally agree about Discovery. It's my favourite Daft Punk album because of how accessible it is. Not one bad track for me. Random Access Memories isn't a bad album either but I find that Discovery is more true to their core. Plus I love French House music so there's that.

This edition, it really hit me that it's really risky to be sending dance/electronica songs because the reception is incredibly polarising even if the songs are not that polarizing to begin with. One More Time finished 8th but only 11 or 12 players players actually voted for the song, which was less than half the voters. I saw Superheroes was previously nominated on the list but never knew that was you. Brave choice!!
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Thanks! I totally agree about Discovery. It's my favourite Daft Punk album because of how accessible it is. Not one bad track for me. Random Access Memories isn't a bad album either but I find that Discovery is more true to their core. Plus I love French House music so there's that.

This edition, it really hit me that it's really risky to be sending dance/electronica songs because the reception is incredibly polarising even if the songs are not that polarizing to begin with. One More Time finished 8th but only 11 or 12 players players actually voted for the song, which was less than half the voters. I saw Superheroes was previously nominated on the list but never knew that was you. Brave choice!!
Wonder if you ever watched the beautiful animated film "Interstellar 5555" that went with Discovery as a means to promote its release? I thought the film and the music synced nicely. That was how my friend introduced me to Discovery (actually a lot of MVs for that album come out of scenes from it).

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