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4-8-10. I'll probably add the second song in my list of Guilty Pleasures, hadn't declared a GP since "Mandy" by Barry Manilow. As for those other two songs, Lean On Me is obviously a 10. IBLY (Forever) is at least not the worst NKOTB song to hit #1...nor is it their best song to hit #1.
And I think it's fly when girls stop by For the summer, for the summer
The Number 3s!!! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Thank you to the 80 of you TNOCS folks and visitors for doing Monday’s Poll, here are the results below The Scores ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Bobby Brown- Every Little Step (1989) [“Lowest Ratings”] Average- 7.2 (AC: 7.22) Mode: 7 (x23) [29.9%] Highest Rating- 10 (x7) Lowest Rating- 1 (x1) CRS (Out of 104)- 35 Fun Fact: Bobby Brown has appeared in these polls before (I believe the one with the “Burning Bridges” song appeared). “Roni” is 46 Spots below “Every Little Step” (Roni is currently at position 81 above “State of Shock” by The Jacksons (Ft. Mick Jagger) and below “Hard Habit To Break” by Chicago) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Boz Scaggs- Lowdown (1976) Average- 7.9 (AC: 7.87) Mode: 8 (x19) [25%] Highest Rating- 10 (x12) Lowest Rating- 4 (x2) CRS (Out of 104)- 19 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Suzanne Vega- Luka (1987) [Highest Ratings] Average- 8.0 (AC: 8.03) Mode: 9 (x22) [27.5%] Highest Rating- 10 (x13) Lowest Rating- 2 (x1) CRS (Out of 104)- 14 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Eric Burdon And War- Spill The Wine (1970) Average- 7.5 (AC: 7.54) Mode: 8 (x21) [27.6%] Highest Rating- 10 (x10) Lowest Rating- 1 (x2) CRS (Out of 104)- 25 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Wednesday’s Poll is up Right now. Hope you liked Monday’s Poll because I probably spoiled you on Monday again : ‘ ): https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScZT_u-YYXcBVphKZVQ76uFeVn1cx22wkAwAAbkqhs46jkA2g/viewform?usp=sf_link ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Edits: Spiders and Snakes is supposed to be 5.09. Errors from Part 23: So it turned out that there was an 8 in the bottom when I was doing the averages and it was still there even though I only had 66 responses. Here’s the updated scores though: Lonely Days- 6.63 Couldn’t Get It right- 7.18 (Apparently Nasty still got a score of 8.36 though) Surfin’ USA- 7.98
This is our 100 songs special (I was originally gonna give you the option to edit your response, but then I was like “Nah…. We stick to the branding of the TNOCS, there is no edit button :). ) So Instead I will list my favorite songs from The Number 3s Right Here: Top 10 best of The Number 3s (Currently): 1- “Green Onions” by Booker T & The M.G’s (1962) [I know I’m biased :)] 2- “Backstabbers” by The O’Jays (1972) [I mean...come on] 3- “Instant Karma! (We All Shine On)” by John Lennon & Plastic Ono Band (1970) 4- “If You Don’t Know Me By Now” by Harold Melvin And The Blue Notes (1972) 5- “I Am A Rock” by Simon & Garfunkel (1966) 6- “Spirit in the Sky” by Norman Greenbaum (1970) 7- “Band of Gold” by Freeda Payne (1970) 8- (Hot Take?) “A Little More Love” by Olivia Newton-John (1978 (Peak: 1979)) 9- “California Girls” by The Beach Boys (1965) 10- (Tie) “Harden My Heart” by Quarterflash (1981 (Peak: 1982)) / “She Works Hard For The Money” by Donna Summer (1983) Hms: “I Got You (I Feel Good)” by James Brown and the Famous Flames (1965) “Saturday In The Park” by Chicago (1972) “I’m Still in Love With You” by Al Green (1972) “Jackie Blue” by Ozark Mountain Devils (1975) [Most underappreciated song] “Armageddon It” by Def Leppard (1988 (Peak: 1989)) “Dirty Laundry” by Don Henley (1982 (Peak: 1983) “Overkill” by Men At Work (1983) “Rhythm of the Rain” by The Cascades (1963) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ TNOCS’ Current Favorite Songs- 1- “Backstabbers” by The O’Jays (1972) [9.25] 2- “I Got You (I Feel Good)” by James Brown and The Famous Flames 1965) [8.92] 3- “Green Onions” by Booker T & The M.G’s (1962) [8.86] 4- “Band of Gold” by Freeda Payne (1970) [8.8] 5- “You Sexy Thing” by Hot Chocolate (1975 (Peak: 1976)) [8.45] 6- “Nasty” by Janet Jackson (1986) [8.36] 7- “If You Don’t Know Me By Now” by Harold Melvin And The Blue Notes (1972) [8.32] 8- “California Girls” by The Beach Boys (1965) [8.23] 9- “Harden My Heart” by Quarterflash (1981 (Peak: 1982) [8.22] 10- “She Works Hard For The Money” by Donna Summer (1983) [8.2] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Wednesday I'll post the "Worst" we've gotten in these polls. ERROR (If I haven’t addressed it already) So I was just checking, but from the Polls of Part 1, “My True Story” should’ve had an average of 5.0 (or 5). My bad if I haven’t addressed that, it was saying 4.21 before I checked again with the score.]
4-3-9 or 10. WBMW- I mean it's Bette Midler, her literal name has me say "Yep Mid tier". The Rose is good though. Now this song, it is a ballad and nothing too special. I will give points for this: you CAN technically use it for God AND Human relationships. Now am I putting a bias to God? Heck yes I am. Bette Midler had "From a Distance" so That song is a 1. BAW- alright I have just one glaring issue. So you have a song talking about the world of "We all live in a Black and White World". But IMO the musicality doesn't represent it AT ALL. At the very least though it has good intent (and isn't using Black and White to compare Piano Keys *Cough Cough*) B(YAFG)- I stated This is the song I want people to know me for when I walk into a bar. Everything works for me. Although I don't know yet to give it a 10 as I'm giving a score in the same vein as "Dreams" and "Dancing Queen". 9 or 10 seems right.
THE NUMBER 3s!!! ------------------------------------------------------------ Thank you to the 78 of you fellow TNOCS ambassadors/commentators/visitors for doing this poll. The Scores ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The Rolling Stones- Emotional Rescue (1980) Average- 7.2 (AC: 7.18) Mode: 8 (x25) [32.1%] Highest Rating- 10 (x4) Lowest Rating- 2 (x1) CRS (Out of 100)- 33 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Al Green- I’m Still In Love With You (1972) [Highest Ratings] Average- 8.1 (AC: 8.13) Mode: 10 (x19) [24.7%] Highest Rating- 10 (x19) Lowest Rating- 1 (x1) [We will find you] CRS (Out of 100)- 12 [Top 12] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Kathy Young With The Innocents- A Thousand Stars (1960) Average- 5.1 (AC: 5.11) Mode: 5 (x22) [31%] Highest Rating- 10 (x1) Lowest Rating- 1 (x1) CRS (Out of 100)- 81 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Jack Scott- My True Love (1958) [Lowest Ratings (As expected lol)] Average- 4.3 (AC: 4.33) Mode: 3 (x19) [26.8%] Highest Rating- 7 (x6) Lowest Rating- 1 (x1) CRS (Out of 100)- 92 Fun Facts: 1- When I was writing that I couldn’t remember giving a song a 2 (Besides “I Got Rhythm”), I listened to this song 5 Minutes later and…..gave it a 2 lol.] 2- This is the second song to get the lowest-highest rating, and it’s by the same person :D (Dear I hope there’s no more Jack Scott songs) 3- Speaking of Jack Scott, “Burning Bridges” (1960) is 3 spots below “My True Love” ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Here’s Monday’s Poll: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScCwSwTi0yYItR3gyFEjvjVHi6veKdMbRnbgdbraw9W3-Q72w/viewform?usp=sf_link
Alright, I usually don't put bias for these polls, but who tf gave "I'm Still In Love With You" a 1?!
Yes indeed Losing My Religion is a 10.
3-8-2 RO- I don't have that big of a connection with the original (Which I think it's trying to be "Royals" by Lorde but for Rock n Roll) but it is WAY better than this version. Ben- The first Solo Michael Jackson song. This makes sense as there are Extraordinary songs from MJ's number ones. (My favorite? "Billie Jean") BDGHOM- This isn't in the 2 category because of the actual story per say, but it's just REALLY misleading tones for the musicality. You are wanting this person to not get hooked on you? THEN WHY DOES IT SOUND SO "Resort-Like". This is also one of the most boring songs I've listened to in the 70s, at least "Puppy Love" by Donny Osmond had someone to ruin my ears instead of bore them. I believe no one else covered this song?
We got a new record from the past Poll! The Number 3s!!! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Thank you to the 54 of you who did these polls, it means a lot. The Scores ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Sammy Turner- Lavender Blue (1959) Average- 6.1 (AC: 6.09) Mode: 7 (x14) [29.8%] Highest Rating- 9 (x1) Lowest Rating- 2 (x1) CRS (Out of 96)- 57 Fun Fact: Coincidentally, “Lavender Blue” is above “South Street” by The Orleans by .02 points, but both songs have the same highest rating and lowest rating ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Donny Osmond- Puppy Love (1972) [Lowest Ratings] Average- 2.9 (AC: 2.85) Mode: 2 (x14) [25.9%] Highest Rating- 8 (x1) Lowest Rating- 1 (x12) CRS (Out of 96)- 96 Raspberry Award this song holds: a) The FIRST song to have a mode of 2. The lowest Mode originally was 3 [Which was held by 7 songs (“How Can I Fall?” by Breathe, “Sometimes When We Touch” by Dan Hill, “Burning Bridges” by Jack Scott, “When The Children Cry” by White Lion, “I Don’t Wanna Live Without Your Love” by Chicago, “Sink The Bismarck” by Johnny Horton and “Say, Has Anybody Seen My Sweet Gypsy Rose?” by Dawn Featuring Tony Orlando) b) This is the FIRST EVER 1 I have ever given to a song. I can’t remember if I have given a 2 to other songs (Well except for “I Got Rhythm” by The Happenings), but this was just putrid for me to listen to. c) This is currently the LOWEST RATED SONG IN THE NUMBER 3s SERIES. This record was originally held by “Say Has Anyone Seen My Sweet Gypsy Rose” by Dawn ft. Tony Orlando (Which had an average of 3.3, which is a 0.45 difference from this rating] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Sugarloaf- Green-Eyed Lady (1970) [Highest Ratings] Average- 7.1 (AC: 7.06) Mode: 9 (x11) [20.8%] Highest Rating- 10 (x3) Lowest Rating- 3 (x2) CRS (Out of 96)- 38 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Wings- Let ‘Em In (1976) Average- 6.4 (AC: 6.43) Mode: 7 (x10) [18.9%] (There were also 10 votes for the score of 8, 7 is closer to average) Highest Rating- 10 (x4) Lowest Rating- 1 (x1) CRS (Out of 96)- 50 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Wait...96...That means after Friday’s Poll I would have results for 100 songs…..dang! Anyways, Friday’s Poll is Up: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc5h3Dw-mJFbDU91Yxf7JdKxSXOHy_mnTRl2SR_QkIvB2zOtg/viewform?usp=sf_link
Sorry I'm extremely late, I will most likely post Wednesday's Poll for Friday if there isn't like at least 40 responses. I can tell this particular poll is either gonna get some attention or rather disgust towards the poll. Either way, can’t wait to find out. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The Number 3s!!! Thank you to the 66 of you who did these polls, which means a lot. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The Scores ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Bee Gees- Lonely Days (1970 (Peak: 1971)) [Lowest Ratings] Average- 6.7 (AC: 6.65) Mode: 7 (x15) [23.1%] Highest Rating- 10 (x1) Lowest Rating- 2 (x3) CRS (Out of 92)- 46 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Climax Blues Band- Couldn’t Get It Right (1977) Average- 7.2 Mode: 7 (x20) [30.8%] Highest Rating- 10 (x2) Lowest Rating- 3 (x2) CRS (Out of 92)- 31 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Janet Jackson- Nasty (1986) [Highest Ratings] Average- 8.4 (AC: 8.36) Mode: 9 (x25) [37.9%] Highest Rating- 10 (x13) Lowest Rating- 3 (x2) CRS (Out of 92)- 6 (Top 6) Awards this song holds: a) This is currently the song that holds second place of Highest rated song by a female artist, kept from first place by “Band of Gold” by Freeda Payne (Which is at 4th place) b) This is currently the highest rated song of the 80’s, originally held by “Harden My Heart” by Quarterflash (which is at 9th place) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The Beach Boys- Surfin’ U.S.A. (1963) Average- 8.0 (AC: 7.99) Mode: 9 (x24) [36.4%] Highest Rating- 10 (x6) Lowest Rating- 4 (x1) CRS (Out of 92)- 14 Fun Fact: In terms of Beach Boys songs, this is actually currently the lowest rated song from the Beach Boys, in 3rd place. “Sloop John B” is two spots above “Surfin U.S.A” and “California Girls” is 6 spots above “Surfin U.S.A”. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Hope you guys enjoy Wednesday’s Poll: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf48p5a4KfDQ-tKzWnkQNLWmk3A4OIhlr1oXo_XvbajhQcr8Q/viewform?usp=sf_link
5-8-10. Papa was a Rollin' Stone ftw. If you dont give this song at least a 7 (Which is still too low honestly), you will get a virtual slap in the back of the head from me.
As for the song "Born to Be My Baby", that song got an average of 4.9 (AC: 4.91) so Tom would Be in the common consensus for that song.
I don’t really have anything to say up here, so I’m just gonna say thank God “Funky Cold Medina” didn’t win. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The Number 3s!!! Thank you to the 66 of you who did this poll. Means a lot. The Scores ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Tone Loc- Funky Cold Medina (1989) Average- 6.8 Mode: 7 (x18) [27.7%] [There was also 18 votes for the score of 8, 7 is closer to average] Highest Rating- 9 (x8) Lowest Rating- 1 (x1) CRS (Out of 88)- 38 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Don Henley- Dirty Laundry (1982 (Peak: 1983)) [Highest Ratings] Average- 7.5 Mode: 8 (x16) [25%] Highest Rating- 10 (x9) Lowest Rating- 2 (x2) CRS (Out of 88)- 22 [It is technically tied with “Desire” by U2 in average, but Desire’s Mode was 9 so Desire is above Dirty Laundry] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Al Martino- I Love You Because (1963) [Lowest Ratings] Average- 4.3 (AC: 4.33) Mode: 5 (x14) [24.1%] Highest Rating- 10 (x1) Lowest Rating- 1 (x2) CRS (Out of 88)- 81 [Bottom 8] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Cyndi Lauper- Change of Heart (1986 (Peak: 1987)) Average- 7.2 (AC: 7.15) Mode: 8 (x19) [29.2%] Highest Rating- 10 (x4) Lowest Rating- 3 (x1) CRS (Out of 88)- 30 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Monday’s Poll is up: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd2tvhQOs3wHKaiOHsCjcPCgmOsq-ZKbyMxWCqqtW93Qvyx4g/viewform?usp=sf_link
Hold up, let me find the document... (5 minutes later) Okay, this rule came from the "My Prerogative" TNO episode I believe (It was either that or "Two Hearts") CRS= Current Ranking Spot, 1 out of 52 means the song is THE best of the current songs that had appeared in the poll, 52 out of 52 means the song is THE worst of the songs that had appeared on these polls
1. 8 (Sorry Stevie Wonder) 2. 8 3. 8 4. 7 5. 7 6. 7 7. 6 (I guess?) 8. 6 (It was hard to decide either 6 or 8) 9. 7 10. 7 (Again...I guess?)
10-9-9 Like a prayer is a PERFECT song. You're So Vain is amazing I remember I wasnt into Me and Mrs. Jones the first time I listened to it, but then I was watching "One Hit Wonderland" and understood it all. I won't give it a 10 per say because of my first reaction, but it is a damn great song.
10-5-3 As for the last song, this is coming from someone who would rate "Summer in the City" a 9.
Well I knew this group of songs wouldn’t get a high score honestly...I mean most of the songs went past the average of 5 but not by much. The Number 3s!!! ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Thank you to the 63 of you who did these polls, it means a lot. The Scores ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The Four Seasons Featuring “The Sound of Frankie Valli”- Let’s Hang On (1965) [“Highest Ratings”] Average- 5.8 (AC: 5.76) Mode: 7 (x18) [29%] Highest Rating- 9 (x2) Lowest Rating- 1 (x1) CRS (Out of 84)- 55 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The Happenings- See You In September (1966) Average- 5.4 (AC: 5.44) Mode: 5 (x18) [29.5%] Highest Rating- 10 (x1) Lowest Rating- 2 (x1) CRS (Out of 84)- 59 Fun Fact: “I Got Rhythm” (Which was the other song by The Happenings that peaked at #3) is currently at 76 so the CRS difference from “I Got Rhythm” and “See You In September” is 17. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Chicago- Hard Habit To Break (1984) Average- 5.3 (AC: 5.29) Mode: 5 (x13) [21%] Highest Rating- 10 (x3) Lowest Rating- 1 (x4) CRS (Out of 84)- 64 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The String-A-Longs- Wheels (1961) [Lowest Ratings] (Ironic considering I gave it an 8...huh) Average- 4.8 (AC: 4.83) Mode: 5 (x17) [28.8%] Highest Rating- 8 (x3) Lowest Rating- 2 (x5) CRS (Out of 84)- 72 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Friday’s Poll is up: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSceGmqn4m3xPYqoBDY8etnosJbdnjL9i_1hvZP_dgm_XnE0BQ/viewform?usp=sf_link
7-5-10 I only have one minor issue for the first song....I can't hear a god damn thing he said in the verses. Other than that, it's good. Crocodile Rock is fine I guess, it's more of a novelty than anything Superstition is God damn Stevie Wonder alright, It obviously gets a 10
Well...this is a surprisement THE NUMBER 3s!!! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Thank you to the 65 of you who did these polls. The Scores ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ James Brown & The Famous Flames- I Got You (I Feel Good) (1965) [Highest Ratings] Average- 8.9 (AC: 8.92) Mode: 10 (x28) [43.1%] Highest Rating- 10 (x28) Lowest Rating- 4 (x1) CRS (Out of 80)- 2 (Top 2) [SILVER MEDAL HOLDER CURRENTLY!!!] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The Pointer Sisters- Jump (For My Love) (1984) Average- 8.0 (AC: 7.98) Mode: 8 (x21) [32.3%] Highest Rating- 10 (x10) Lowest Rating- 4 (x3) CRS (Out of 80)- 13 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Bonnie Tyler- It’s A Heartache (1978) Average- 7.6 (AC: 7.62) Mode: 8 (x22) [34.9%] Highest Rating- 10 (x5) Lowest Rating- 4 (x2) CRS (Out of 80)- 16 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Johnny Rivers- Secret Agent Man (1966) [“Lowest” Ratings (as in the weakest of the bunch, it’s still in the top 20 of TNT’s] Average- 7.6 (AC: 7.58) Mode: 8 (x22) [35.5%] Highest Rating- 10 (x4) Lowest Rating- 3 (x1) CRS (Out of 80)- 17 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ (Wow, literally no 2s at all) Anyways, here’s Wednesday’s overloaded 60’s Poll (3:1 ratio of 60s songs to 80s songs in this poll): https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc97-jZ6HuWJ3x1zLNJKIolbtP61xgWakdoA_fKt-_nZdpFJg/viewform?usp=sf_link (Now I have an apology I would like to make, if I don't address it I will become the next Mini Ladd.) I want to apologize for my actions yesterday as I wasn't thinking clearly. The n-word slipped off of the fingers thinking I had an idea what the n-word pass meant. Now I got banned from that server in Discord and want to apologize for my vulgar and inappropriate behavior. If you have any black/mixed friends, I would like to apologize for my actions towards them. I promise you these actions won't happen again. (JUST DON'T MAKE ME RANK "Hot (Tigger)" as that was the cause of the n-word. )
HOLY BEJESUS! ~~~~~~~~~~~~ THE NUMBER 3s!!! A NEW RECORD: 100 people. This is truly something I honestly didn’t expect (It may not feel important to you guys, but it’s like the likes to a YouTube video you made (Subscribers is pushing it a bit). Anyways thank you to the 100 fellow TNOCS ambassadors, commenters and visitors for doing these polls. THE SCORES ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Aretha Franklin- Freeway Of Love (1985) Average- 7.6 (AC: 7.58) Mode: 7 (x29) [29.6%] Highest Rating- 10 (x6) Lowest Rating- 2 (x1) CRS (out of 78)- 14 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Dion- Lovers Who Wander (1962) Average- 5.9 (AC: 5.88) Mode: 6 (x24) [26.1%] Highest Rating- 10 (x1) Lowest Rating- 1 (x2) CRS (out of 78)- 48 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Norman Greenbaum- Spirit In The Sky (1970) [Highest Ratings] Average- 8.2 (AC: 8.19) Mode: 10 (x27) [27.3%] Highest Rating- 10 (x27) Lowest Rating- 2 (x2) CRS (Out of 78)- 9 (Top 9) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The DeFranco Family (Ft. Tony DeFranco)- Heartbeat- It’s A Lovebeat (1973) [Lowest Ratings] Average- 4.6 (AC: 4.63) Mode: 5 (x19) [19.8%] Highest Rating- 10 (x4) Lowest Rating- 1 (x8) CRS (Out of 78)- 67 (Bottom 10) Fun Fact: This was originally going to be in the Custom Choice poll due to how many times it keeps recommending me that song whenever I listen to “Crazy Horses” or “Down By The Lazy River” (Crazy Horses is a 9, Down by the Lazy River is a 7 (although that will change))] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Monday’s Poll is ANOTHER Custom choice :D: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfpTP4egVyREMtP6VCoiPYsC1j05gbJJMw_JH_rl8ghmEMOtA/viewform?usp=sf_link
Just be glad that Little Jimmy Osmond song never became a hit lol "Lover From Liverpool" (I believe that's the title?)
Eternal Flame- 8 [I’m not always in the mood for it, but hot damn that is a creative idea and they do it enough justice to satisfy the idea] TAYRRTOOT- 1 (I WOULD like to tear this down, but I went through a whole fiasco thing and got muted on discord because of it so I’m just gonna state this: Tony Orlando doesn’t sound believable one bit) TNTLWOIG- 8 (I remember seeing the first episode of Helluva Boss and remembering the beginning scene…. I won’t spoil it but if you know you know, I was singing that song in my head and was laughing my head off. I am actually the type of person to be into murder ballads, I know I’m a lunatic but it’s not real life so it’s fine. This is just beautifully orchestrated of how tense the whole situation is and the plot twist was REALLY good (Also forgot to mention John Cena, but I couldn’t see him sooooo…) The only thing holding this down is I prefer the Reba McEntire version of this song (which is a 9).
THE NUMBER 3s!!! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Thank you to the 72 of you who did Wednesday’s Poll :). Fun fact: my mom knew every song except “Sloop John B” (Of course she knows who The Beach Boys are) The Scores ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Huey Lewis & The News- Hip To Be Square (1986) Average- 5.8 (AC: 5.79) Mode: 7 (x16) [22.5%] Highest Rating- 10 (x2) Lowest Rating- 1 (x3) CRS (Out of 72)- 47 Fun Fact: This song is 3 Spots above the other song by Huey Lewis & The News we had in our polls (in fact the 2nd one) which was “Perfect World” (1988) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Atlantic Starr- Secret Lovers (1985 (Peak: 1986)) [Lowest Ratings] Average- 5.1 (AC: 5.13) Mode: 5 (x19) [27.5%] Highest Rating- 10 (x1) Lowest Rating- 1 (x4) CRS (Out of 72)- 57 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ John Lennon & Plastic Ono Band- Instant Karma (We All Shine On) (1970) Average- 7.8 (AC: 7.82) Mode: 9 (x21) [29.2%] Highest Rating- 10 (x14) Lowest Rating- 1 (x1) CRS (Out of 72)- 12 Fun Fact: Out of the Number 3s, this is the 5th song I have given a 10 to. The others were “Backstabbers” by The O’Jays (If I didn’t give this a 10, I wouldn’t be allowed to do these polls lol), “Green Onions” by Booker T. & The M.G. 's, “I Am A Rock” by Simon & Garfunkel, and “If You Don’t Know Me By Now” by Harold Melvin And The Blue Notes.] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The Beach Boys- Sloop John B (1966) [Highest Ratings] Average- 8.1 (AC: 8.13) Mode: 10 (x21) [29.2%] Highest Rating- 10 (x21) Lowest Rating- 3 (x2) CRS (Out of 72)- 9 [Top 9] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Friday’s Poll is here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeCApKWKxBs7G7GyLLkyCJJN6ABWiIZ8UMxSd1MhBWr568yZg/viewform?usp=sf_link ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
For the record Tom, "How Long" by Ace got an average of 7.6 (AC: 7.55).
This poll that was on Monday didn’t have that much affection towards it, thank the number generator for not giving you any 70s songs. THE NUMBER 3s!!! Thank you to the 53 of you who did this poll, means a lot, yadi yadi yada (okay that last line makes it sound less sincere than it actually is, I am just a little embarrassed from putting the wrong # of people from last time lol) THE SCORES ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ New Kids On The Block- You Got It (The Right Stuff) (1988 (Peak: 1989)) Average- 5.4 (AC: 5.43) Mode: 7 (x12) [22.6%] Highest Rating- 10 (x1) Lowest Rating- 1 (x3) CRS (Out of 68)- 48 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Bobby Brown- Roni (1989) Average- 5.3 (AC: 5.29) Mode: 7 (x10) [19.2%] Highest Rating- 10 (x1) Lowest Rating- 1 (x2) CRS (Out of 68)- 52 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Jack Scott- Burning Bridges (1960) [Lowest Ratings] Average- 4.0 (AC: 4.02) Mode: 3 (x13) [27.7%] Highest Rating- 7 (x3) Lowest Rating- 1 (x1) CRS (Out of 68)- 64 (Bottom 5) The Raspberry Award this song holds- a- This is the ONLY song currently to not have a score higher than 7! The record for the lowest-highest score was held by “Carrie” by Europe and “I Don’t Wanna Live Without Your Love” by Chicago, which was 8. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Freddy Cannon- Palisades Park (1962) [Highest Ratings] Average- 6.6 (AC: 6.62) Mode: 7 (x12) [23.1%] (There was also 12 Votes for the 8 score, 7 is closer to average] Highest Rating- 10 (x2) Lowest Rating- 2 (x1) CRS (Out of 68)- 32 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Wednesday’s Poll is up: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfnIV5pUrZNKAH4a6XhvLLZTfrAZd1AYPBCBEkpLxxZZWIw8A/viewform?usp=sf_link
Edit: it wasn't 41 people (God I suck at editing sometimes) it was 57
(SO HELP ME GOD IF I’M LATE! I F**KIN’ MADE IT!) Budadadadaaaaaaa!!!!!!! Another success for a few songs. Fun fact: My mom (who was born in 1959) never heard of “Band of Gold” …. In fact the only song she’d heard of from this list of songs was “Spiders & Snakes” (To add my opinion on “Spiders & Snakes'', you all should be GLAD that “My Girl Bill” never peaked in the top 10, that song is a 1. This song is a 4 for me. ) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- THE NUMBER 3s!!! Thank you to the 41 of you who did these polls. I don’t have anything else to say exactly, lol. The Scores ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Bon Jovi- Born To Be My Baby (1988 (Peak: 1989)) [Lowest Ratings] Average- 4.9 (AC: 4.91) Mode: 6 (x10) [17.5%] Highest Rating- 9 (x2) Lowest Rating- 1 (x2) CRS (out of 64)- 53 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Timmy Thomas- Why Can’t We Live Together? (1972 (Peak: 1973)) Average- 7.3 (AC: 7.33) Mode: 7 (x15) [27.3%] Highest Rating- 10 (x7) Lowest Rating- 1 (x1) CRS (out of 64)- 18 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Freda Payne- Band Of Gold (1970) [Highest Ratings] Average- 8.8 Mode: 9 (x20) [35.7%] Highest Rating- 10 (x18) Lowest Rating- 6 (x3) CRS (out of 64)- 3 The Awards this song holds: a) This is currently the highest rated song from a female artist. This achievement was originally held by Donna Summer (Unless you count Quarterflash)) b) This is the first song out of all the polls currently to not get a score lower than 6. The original record was 5, which was held by “Backstabbers” by The O’Jays, “You Sexy Thing” by Hot Chocolate, “Harden My Heart” by Quarterflash and “She Works Hard For the Money” by Donna Summer) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Jim Stafford- Spiders & Snakes (1973 (Peak: 1974)) Average- 5.1 (AC: 5.08) Mode: 5 (x11) [19.6%] (There was also 11 votes for the scores of 4 and 6, 5 is closer to average] Highest Rating- 9 (x1) Lowest Rating- 1 (x2) CRS (out of 64)- 52 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ (Hmm, this is weird. I believe this poll right here is the first poll without any songs from the 1970s decade. Huh…….(Don’t worry, there’s one 70s song in Wednesday’s Poll...You’ll have to be patient :) ) Monday’s Poll: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScIeBSI1CWKl0yPcv6YNBPb24JIPii2SfHb9cZi5wwqO8-MoA/viewform?usp=sf_link
I think you're talking about "Cold Hearted" Probably
8-5-5 (I've already stated I'm not the hugest fan of Billy Preston's number one hits (Not counting "Get Back") but at least it's better than "Nothing From Nothing"
Sorry I'm late folks: bABABABABABAAAAAAAAAAAAA WE FINALLY GOT SCORES THAT PAST THE 8 Score! AND MY MOM GOT IT RIGHT :D) THE NUMBER 3s!!! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thank you to the 64 of you TNOCS regulars and Non-TNOCS visitors. This was a fine one to do compared to Monday’s Poll: The Scores ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ White Lion- When The Children Cry (1988 (Peak: 1989)) [Lowest Ratings] Average- 3.9 (AC: 3.94) Mode: 3 (x12) [18.8%] Highest Rating- 9 (x1) Lowest Rating- 1 (x9) CRS (out of 60)- 57 (Bottom 4) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Harold Melvin And The Blue Notes- If You Don’t Know Me By Now (1972) [Highest Ratings] Average- 8.3 (AC: 8.32) Mode: 10 (x20) [31.7%] Highest Rating- 10 (x20) Lowest Rating- 3 (x1) CRS (out of 60)- 4 (Top 4 (Literally contrary to the last score lol) (This is the third song to get a Mode of 10 exclusively, along with “You Sexy Thing” by Hot Chocolate and, of course, “Backstabbers” by The O’Jays) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Olivia Newton-John- A Little More Love (1978 (Peak: 1979)) Average- 7.1 (AC: 7.08) Mode: 9 (x13) [20.6%] Highest Rating- 10 (x6) Lowest Rating- 3 (x3) CRS (out of 60)- 21 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Richard Marx- Should’ve Known Better (1987) Average- 5.4 (AC: 5.41) Mode: 6 (x13) [20.6%] Highest Rating- 10 (x1) Lowest Rating- 1 (x3) CRS (out of 60)- 45 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Friday’s Poll (warning; ‘70s overload): https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdIYPmFxOz9vtCqMU_Q8HxHbc7KxY6KKZDGHdDax4Np1dhMVA/viewform?usp=sf_link
4-5-4 Is my ratings. I was thinking of giving the last song a 5 but then I was like "Do I really have a reason to rate this higher than a 4?"
*She thought that it was gonna win
Yep, my daily schedule is to do this on mobile now :/ (REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE) THE NUMBER 3s!!! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Thank you to the 55 of you who did Monday’s Poll. For the record, I asked my mom her opinions on these songs and she thought that “(If Loving You Is Wrong) I Don’t Wanna Be Right” by Luther Ingram. My mom has Very good taste...not perfect, but good. The Scores ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Def Leppard- Armageddon It (1988 (Peak: 1989)) Average- 6.3 (AC: 6.27) Mode: 7 (x18) [32.7%] Highest Rating- 10 (x2) [3.6%] Lowest Rating- 1 (x3) [5.5%] CRS (Out of 56)- 33 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Harold Faltermeyer- Axel F (1985) [Highest Ratings] (Enjoy your Crazy Frog Ringtone I guess) Average- 7.1 (AC: 7.09) Mode: 7 (x12) [21.8%] Highest Rating- 10 (x6) [10.9%] Lowest Rating- 1 (x1) [1.8%] CRS (Out of 56)- 19 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Patrick Swayze (Featuring Wendy Fraser)- She’s Like The Wind (1987 (Peak: 1988)) [Lowest Ratings] Average- 4.9 (AC: 4.89) Mode: 4 (x13) [24.1%] Highest Rating- 10 (x1) [1.9%] Lowest Rating- 1 (x4) [7.4%] CRS (Out of 56)- 47 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Luther Ingram- (If Loving You Is Wrong) I Don’t Want To Be Right (1972) Average- 6.7 (AC: 6.73) Mode: 6 (x10) [19.2%] [There was also 10 Votes for the score of 8, 6 is closer to average] Highest Rating- 10 (x2) [3.8%] Lowest Rating- 1 (x3) [5.8%] CRS (Out of 56)- 24 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Wednesday’s Poll is Right here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSerLQI3mZObyemNHQUX4tdMpIeM6gg1s_ltdXaT8oqRklJt7w/viewform?usp=sf_link The Deadline is Thursday at 8:00 PM. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
(I warned you this would be late...either that or this is on mobile lol) THE NUMBER 3s!!! Thank you to the 61 of you who did this poll, it means a lot that you’re doing these polls honestly. The Scores ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Genesis- In Too Deep (1987) [Lowest Ratings (This doesn’t mean it’s the worst, it means it’s the worst scoring song of the bunch :) ] Average- 6.0 (AC: 5.98) Mode: 7 (x16) Highest Rating- 10 (x1) Lowest Rating- 1 (x2) CRS*: 33 out of 52 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The Orlons- South Street (1963) Average- 6.1 (AC: 6.07) Mode: 7 (x17) Highest Rating- 9 (x4) Lowest Rating- 2 (x2) CRS: 32 out of 52 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The Honeydrippers- Sea of Love (1984 (Peak: 1985)) Average- 6.7 (AC: 6.66) Mode: 8 (x15) Highest Rating- 10 (x1) Lowest Rating- 1 (x1) CRS: 25 out of 52 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ John Lennon- Imagine (1971) [Highest Ratings] Average- 7.1 Mode- 7 (x11) [There were also 11 votes for 10 and 8, 7 is closer to average] Highest Rating- 10 (x11) Lowest Rating- 1 (x2) CRS: 18 out of 52 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Monday’s Poll: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScX1zzS3Ekwug1Te3Ljevoz9UPGNTGefK-ylmhF5yT32kAh1Q/viewform?usp=sf_link ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ CRS= Current Ranking Spot, 1 out of 52 means the song is THE best of the current songs that had appeared in the poll, 52 out of 52 means the song is THE worst of the songs that had appeared on these polls
Well just you wait for when Tom Covers "The Living Years", It'll appear in that poll :) (aka, not the coming up Wednesday, the Wednesday after :D )
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