Tuesday, January 31st, 2012
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katherine (#10,025)

The pop critics of the world demand Britney's inclusion. ("You Drive Me" is a parenthetical and thus doesn't count.)

deepomega (#1,720)

CRAZY ABOVE CRAZY YOU'VE GOT TO BE KIDDING ME

Dave Bry (#422)

Nice!

C_Webb (#855)

@deepomega ALSO NO MENTION OF "CRAZY" — UNFORGIVABLE.

mjfrombuffalo (#2,561)

1. Yes. As for the rest, the order doesn't matter so much.

SeanP (#4,058)

@mjfrombuffalo No kidding. If Patsy Cline wasn't first I was gonna cut somebody.

maybe i'm the only one that was looking for the classic by kc and jojo…

ComradePsmith (#4,477)

Ok, Patsy Cline at #1 is fine, but Mud really needs to be #2. Otherwise the list is INSANE, etc.

omitofo (#4,921)

WHERE IS BRITNEY!!!!??!?!?

I just have never understood the appeal BNL. They're like the Canadian Rembrandts. Unless the Rembrandts are also Canadian. In which case they're like the more successful Rembrandts. And I'm not saying I know any Rembrandts songs other than the theme to Fwends but what I mean is more that, like, they've always sounded like a sort of novelty band that sings cloying sitcom theme tunes. That voice, geez, it's like "I'm kind of sounding like I'm making a joke but maybe not really. I'll never tell." It's the sort of half-assed almost cleverness that scientists like. Which is about the most Canadian thing you can say about any band. Even those from Canada.

@My Number Is My Address 1) It isn't a novelty band. Do your homework.

2) The Rembrandts are from L.A.

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