As I said Lindz - the other one is a very long way higher.
90. ShapeShifters - Lola's Theme
Arguably THE dance anthem of the summer - but there's actually other dance songs I prefer. This was just brilliantly put together though - with excellent instrumentation
89. Sophie Ellis-Bextor - I Won't Change You
Heh - any song about changing your underwear must be good, musn't it!
This was big on my chart at the start of the year and still I rank it as a great pop song.
88. Goldie Lookin' Chain - Self Suicide
Suicide is painless, or so it has been said. I would kill myself but I'd be better off dead. Okay, so there's those who wish the GLC massive WOULD kill themselves, but I really like them. The first of FIVE entries on my list - and that's more than anyone else. You knows it!
87. Darren Hayes - Pop!ular
An incredibly "Pop!ular" pop tune from summer now. This is how pure pop music should be done - a really good fun track.
86. Maroon 5 - This Love
A very very good rock song - but it was just so played out that it crashes out at No. 86 on my list. Sorry Maroon 5 fans!
85. Zutons - Remember Me
Their latest single lands at No. 102 on my chart, but the other three are all in my top 100. This was a perfectly pleasant song and it's a shame it barely made the top 40.
84. Brian McFadden - Real To Me
Westlife solo star in almost rock shocker! Yes, Brian McFadden did a u-turn on the image front and produced what I would say is a brilliant slice of guitar-pop music if you ask me. Shame I'm not a fan of either English Tea or Football on TV though.
83. Ash - Starcrossed
The highest Ash entry on my list - they came back this year on top form with a very cool collection of songs - but just not quite good enough to make my top 80 of the year.
82. Maroon 5 - Harder To Breathe
Yes, this is in fact my favourite Maroon 5 song - but that means that they didn't make my top 80 at all, shock horror! Anyway, a very cool pop-rock song that I really liked at the time, but haven't really heard much for the rest of the year.
81. George Michael - Round Here
I can't work out why after the first two tracks off "Patience" did so well, this one bombed. A classic slice of George Michael - rather like "Jesus To A Child" crossed with "Star People".