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The Videogum Song Contest: The Finalists

By Gabe Delahaye / October 7, 2010 - 5:30 pm

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.