Errr, none of these two. There is a system based on points, but the most important part is about the real importance that the song had in the period of the year. Last year's chart was well received here on UKmix... Next week I'll do the preview of this 2005 edition (surprise! ), and I hope that this year the top 100 I prepaired will surprise more posters! Anyway, already big numbers: last year in the poll voted 3 persons; this year already 11!!!!!!!! A big thanks to all the voters! Cheers! xox.dan888 wrote: By the way, how do you compile the Top 100- is it based on a personal chart points system (like mine) or do you simply rank them as to how much you like them now?
Sounds like a movie, not a end of year chart!Cornholio wrote:Here are the comments about last year's chart:
"A really great chart there Cornholio - lots of amazing songs!"
"This chart's full of great tracks.All in all, it was a great chart."
"Great musical taste Cornholio."
100. Mario - Here I Go Again
The last position of my year end chart sees the second single released by Mario from his second album titled "Turning Point".I'm not a big lover of soft R&B, and so this slick production hits this lowest position of this 2005 chart. Don't worry fans of Mario:he will have another song inside this year ending chart.
99. Jamiroquai - Seven Days in Sunny June
Number 99 sees an artist that I can call an enigma, because I never understood the art that wants to express with his music. Summer 2005 saw "Dynamite" and this is the second release single.After 4 years that they missed from the music scene, I must admit that their funk-pop is the same. Another hit from Jay Kay still to come upper inside this Top 100.
98. Craig David - All The Way
Now I'm sure this number 98 will generate a lot of bad comments. As I sad 2 positions above, not being a big fan of the soft R&B, not even the third album "The Story Goes" did not change my oppinion about Craig David's music. "All The Way" represents 2005, but for me lower than maybe for other persons that admire this genre of music.
97. Mariah Carey - Get Your Number
One of the best production for 2005 was "The Emancipation Of Mimi",the tenth studio album from Mariah Carey. A big voice and a bunch of entrances inside this year ending chart. "Get Your Number" is the lowest inside the chart,but wait to see her great songs peaking upper. After some years, finally Mariah charts again inside a year ending chart. And I'm sure this is a good sign!
So, this was the first little part of this year ending chart. Very soon another update... Cheers ya all! xox.96. Ricky Martin & Fat Joe & Amerie - I Don't Care
The song we find at number 96 I'm sure will be included also next year inside the year-end chart, maybe at a higher position. Not that much impressed about this featuring with Amerie, I must admit that the new album "Life" has big resources of new singles, because finally is all produced in English.This song is more R&B than all that latin stuff that Ricky teached us other times ...
These songs have been in my TOP-40 this year.Cornholio wrote:99. Jamiroquai - Seven Days in Sunny June
98. Craig David - All The Way