Before revealing my TOP-100, I would like to present the 10 worst songs, which have really annoyed me in year 2005.
Firts I would like to say that there have only been 3 really bad songs this year, places 4-10 are just overplayed songs, from which I'm tired of listening. Let's start the countdown then.
10. Kelly Osbourne - One Word
Kelly Osbourne is at #10. Her problem is she herself. She always wants to get attention and she's so moody. Well, she is still from famous Osbourne family. We have all heard stories about them.
After releasing a dance-rock album this year, Kelly's music has been surprisingly popular in clubs. First single from album called One Word was remixed by Chris Cox and it became a real powerful hit. It reached to TOP-10 in UK and landed #9 in May.
When I first heard it, I liked it a little, that explains an eight-week chart run. If radios and clubs would stopped playing this at the time it dropped out from my chart, then Kelly would not be in this chart. Even today I heard this again from radio. I think the time of One Word is over. Even Chris Cox couldn't make this so good.
9. Kylie Minogue - I Believe In You
The second woman in this chart is Kylie Minogue. She has had very difficult times recently due to cancer, but I hope that she is strong and can be fine. I'm sure that Oliver Martinez will help her too.
I Believe In You was released at the end of 2004 actually, but the main airplay was in January and February. In UK she charted at #2. Song is equipped with Mylo's remix, which surprisingly doesn't make it better. Still, enough...I was shocked when Kylie became nr.1 in European Dance Traxx in January.
I didn't like the song from the beginning and it didn't make it to my chart at all. Kylie's last great single was Red Blooded Woman. After that she has been a disappointment to me.
Tomorrow I will reveal places 7-8 and there are two urban tracks.