A thread in which we discuss/argue about Beat's weekly top ten list and laud its brilliant wordplay.
For one, this songs rules.
Woah, when did the Top 10 down in the corner there start linking to iTunes? Nice one!
since yesterday. Steve's idea.
WHERE IS THIS WEEK'S TOP TEN?? THIS IS AN OUTRAGE!
FYI...On the Internet, no one can hear you joke. You need to add a smiley face.
The Top 10 Songs you wrote about 'getting your way' are up...you also have it your way.
I fixed up the wrong song titles that you used as well. Also, songs/albums not the same thing. Have a denim weekend ;)
Wasn't responsible for the Top Ten this week, that might explain the drop in quality control, eh? :p
I could be wrong, but You Can't Always Get What You Want may in fact have been performed by another popular British band - unless Moz & co. busted out a superior cover I'm not aware of.
Love ya work!
Listing Eric Clapton's version of Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out is just disrespectful to the galaxy of blues legends that have performed it prior. Especially Rod Stewart.
Gregorian chants were of papal origin and ancient babylon finished up around 500bc. If you must take the piss at least do it factually. Dumbarses.
Wow, on Wikipedia blackout day too. Impressive.
FOR YEARS WE HERE AT BEAT HAVE WONDERED WHO THIS MYSTERIOUS "LEOPOLD" WAS. YOU'VE JUST REVEALED YOURSELF ROB. YOU FOOL!
I feel like Marianas Trench should be on the top ten. They're such an amazing band!
Beat how you gon' be doing a top 10 'about saying yes' without this jam
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