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Wumbo

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  1. "The Box" - Roddy Ricch
  2. I didn't know that I was starving til I tasted you

    1. Steel Sponge

      Steel Sponge

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  3. Before we get to the Top 5 of my list, some honourable mentions: Okay! On to the finale. Wumbo's Top 25 Albums of the 2010s (5-1) Thanks for reading everyone!
  4. All right! That was a bit of a rough worst list to get through. Fortunately, it's all uphill from here. Let's kiss the decade goodbye with... Wumbo's Top 10 Hits of 2019 Full List:
  5. Hello!! This is the first installment of a list of my favourite albums of the decade. I'll be posting them daily in five-entry increments, hopefully ending on the 31st. Enjoy! Wumbo's Top 25 Albums of the 2010s (25-21)
  6. "everything i wanted" - Billie Eilish
  7. did anyone even see the 2018 version
  8. It's definitely a great review, but as someone who has really grown to like Todd's new reviewing style, it's far from his best this year. Still majorly quotable and enjoyable though.
  9. "Dark Necessities" - Red Hot Chili Peppers
  10. Daytrip took it to 10

  11. "Are You Gonna Be My Girl": Screw Todd, I love Jet. They bring back classic rock in a way that still exhibits their swagger as a band, and this is easily one of the catchiest songs of 2004. "100 Years": Willowy, wistful piano ballad that works for what it is. "My Band": To me, this was the real discrowning moment of Eminem's career. I mean, listen to this. It just sounds like garbage. No one but ironybois would find this entertaining. "I'm Still in Love with You": Sorry guys, Sean Paul is the most overrated artist of the entire decade. No bones about it. "American Soldier": *barf* "Change Clothes": Not Jay-Z's nor Pharrell's best work. So I guess 2004 wasn't perfect for Jay-Z after all. "One Thing": I get why "Paralyzer" crossed over. I don't get this one. "Drop It Like It's Hot": Snoop being Snoop can only get him so far, but hey, at least he's still in the Top 30? Pajama Time: I just have nothing to say about this song. Again, it's a troll record designed to appeal to those poisoned by irony. Ha ha, Eminem's not trying! So what? Anyone could have done this. Hell, Kanye actually did it better in 2018 with "Lift Yourself", which at least resembled a joke with setup of the beautiful sample and payoff of poopity scoop. This is just white, and I mean very white, noise. A moment in Em's career that should be justly forgotten. "My Band" is still worse though. (Okay, so maybe I had more to say about this song than I thought...) "Toxic": Classic Britney, might actually be her best single upon retrospect. It's certainly got the best production of all of them. "My Immortal": I think the consensus with Evanescence is they have a beautiful singer in Amy Lee wasted by a pretty mediocre band. So a song like "My Immortal" works by stripping that band away and just letting Amy Lee shine. It's definitely one of the best songs in the Evanescence catalog. "Milkshake": This song just exists. No strong feelings one way or the other. "It's My Life": Sorry to all you Talk Talk fans, but this is better than the original. A lot of that can be attributed to the force of charisma that is Gwen Stefani. Just a totally iconic pop star. "Salt Shaker": Not much to say except Lil Jon's energy is infectious here, as it always is. He carries this song. "Don't Tell Me": Another strong song from Avril Lavigne. I toyed with putting it on the list proper, but realized I'd be making most of the same points anyway with "My Happy Ending". Consider it a very honourable mention, along with the songs above it. (Surprised none of you asked why "Yeah!" didn't make the list, but for those of you curious, well, honourable mention it is.) "Breakaway": A very sweet song by a very sweet performer. I definitely prefer her rock side, but I can appreciate a tune like this too. "The Way You Move": Big Boi gets a chance to shine on the charts too! Man, what a great album. Now then, the next month will probably be taken up by 2019, whenever that year-end list comes out, but join me again in this thread when we look at... 2009 We say goodbye to the 2000s with its last year. How will these songs hold up a decade later? Tune in and find out!
  12. Yeah! 2004 may have been the year of crunk, but that meant it was also the year of fun, too. So many of these songs I remember fondly. But it wasn't without its serious side, either. A lot of these songs really tugged at the heartstrings. As I said before, it was a varied year, and I'd argue a very good one. To further my argument, here's a list of 10 songs I found enjoyable enough to stick in a Top 10. Enjoy! Wumbo's Top 10 Hits of 2004 Full List:
  13. "It's Raining Men" - The Weather Girls
  14. "Side to Side" is at least fun, something a lot of songs from that year were lacking. I think I'll take a review of my worst/best lists too, we'll see.
  15. "Call Out My Name" - The Weeknd
  16. I haven't gotten that far yet
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