The Videogum Song Contest: The Finalists

By Gabe Delahaye / October 7, 2010

DING DONG BING BONG BONG DING DONG! You know, song stuff! The Videogum Song Contest enters the next phase. After receiving 19 entries, which might not sound like a lot of entries, but then you think about it, and you realize that is actually kind of a ton of entries, the guest/founding judges, werttrewShellbomber and Chris Trash have narrowed the field down to their five favorites based on a complicated and scientific algorithm, I’m sure. After the jump, you can listen to the 5 finalists, as well as vote in our state of the art on-line poll that uses only the best polling technology. (Thanks for the tip, David Axelrod.)

Let me also say at this point: congratulations to all of the entrants! I will post all of the songs at a future date so that we can all enjoy everyone’s hard work together, like when a couple shares earbuds on their Zune, but EVEN MORE. But that is for later. I mean, congratulations, yes, but we can’t get distracted by non-viable songs. What do you think this is? A Clown Show? No. This is not a clown show. So, for today, double-congratulations to the five songs that made it into the finals.

Check them out and vote for your favorite:

Here is where you listen:

Teacherman – “Fell In Love With A Monster” by Videogum

Robin Rubbermaid – “Goodbye Monkey (Whither Da Cake Eatur)” by Videogum

Lawblog – “We Monsters” by Videogum

Del Preston – “J.O.R.T.S” by Videogum

Topknot – “We Should All Be So Lucky” by Videogum

And here is where you vote:

The polls will remain open for one week, and the winners will be announced in the Monsters’ Ball on October 15th.