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  1. jdmc218

    Christina Aguilera's 20 Year Ranking!!

    20 Years Ago, the voice of a new generation arrived on the music scene. And while Britney Spears showcased her entertainment skills, Christina Aguilera came with the RAW vocal talent. Coming off from the Mickey Mouse Club, Christina sought to sign with a record label. After a not so successful moment with Warlock Records after recording demos (later becoming 'Just Be Free'), she went to RCA records, who sent her Disney due to their financial difficulties. Learning that Disney was looking for someone to record the song 'Reflection' for the Mulan soundtrack, she sent her cover of Whitney Houston's 'Run To You', and she was instantly picked (after hitting a certain note, lol). Soon after, she was immediately signed to RCA Records and began working on her debut self-titled album. And the rest is history! Christina Aguilera became an instant success! Peaking at #1 on the Billboard 200, it went on to sell over 9 Million copies in the US, and over 17M copies worldwide, her most successful album to date! Four singles were released from the album, all reaching the Top 5 on the Hot 100. Genie in a Bottle, What a Girl Wants, & Come On Over all made it to #1, while I Turn to You reached #3. The new voice was here, and because of her success of Genie in a Bottle and the album, Christina won the Best New Artist award at the Grammy's! This being my FAVORITE album, I'm glad to be hosting this rate for the Fighters! RULES: - Please participate in this ranking and PM me your list by August 19th. - Rank from best to worst, #1 being the best to #16 being the worst. - Each song will be scored, your #1 song worth 16 points down to 1 point with your #16. - Comments are allowed. - Have fun! Ranking will start on Saturday, August 24th! Enjoy!!! SONGS: Genie in a Bottle What a Girl Wants I Turn to You So Emotional Come On Over (All I Want Is You) Reflection Love For All Seasons Somebody's Somebody When You Put Your Hands On Me Blessed Love Will Find a Way Obvious We're a Miracle Don't Make Me Love You Too Beautiful For Words Dreamy Eyes PARTICIPANTS::
  2. Ace Reject

    Rate Signup Thread

    8. Female Rap Rate Part 1(VOTE NOW) Rate Host: Diarrhoea 11. These ARE The Acclaimed Singles (VOTE NOW) Rate Host: Wicked COMPLETED RATES 1. Post 2005 Pop Girls: The Singles - #1s Rate Host: Mark Rih Winner: Katy Perry, "Teenage Dream" 2. The Sade Singles Rate (VOTE NOW) Rate Host: conatus Winner: "No Ordinary Love" 3. The Twenty One Pilots Discography Rate Rate Host: Sabbath Winner: "Holding On To You" 4. This WAS 2016: Part 1 Rate Host: Eeveelution Winner: Solange, "Cranes in the Sky" 5. The Ayumi Hamasaki Singles Rate Rate Host: Kxvk Winner: "M" 6. This Generation's Pop Girls - The Singles Part 2: Top Tens Rate Host: Mark Rih Winner: Taylor Swift, "Style" 7. Mariah Carey: The Remixes Rate Rate Host: Buyonce1814 Winner: "Thank God I Found You (Make It Last Forever)" 8. The Kate Bush Discography Rate (VOTE NOW) Rate Host: Clueless Winner: "Cloudbusting" 9. The Ciara Discography Rate Rate Host: K$Ellie Winner: "Promise" 10. The Flops of 2015 Rate Host: I am Luke Winner: Ciara, "Only One" 11. Man! I Feel Like Shania! The Discography Rate Rate Host: Auburn Winner: "Thank You Baby (For Making Someday Come Soon)" 12. The New Wave of R&B: Part 2 Rate Host: MP2K Winner: Kelela, "Rewind" 13. Lady Soul: The Aretha Franklin Singles Rate Rate Host: Reverie Winner: "Ain't No Way" 14. Hey Girl: The 21st Century Female Collaboration Rate Host: genetic fail Winner: Lady Gaga, "Telephone (featuring Beyonce)" 15. Faith in the Sound: The George Michael Singles Rate Rate Host: Achilles. Winner: "Freedom' 90" 16. 80s One Hit Wonders Rate Rate Host: Yndda Winner: Lipps Inc., "Funkytown" 17. This Generation's Pop Girls: Part 3 [Top 40] Rate Host: Mark Rih Winner: Ariana Grande, "One Last Time" 18. Adele Discography Rate Rate Host: feelslikeadream Winner: "Rolling in the Deep" 19. 2017's Pop Girls ... So Far Rate Host: Diarrhoea Winner: Dua Lipa, "New Rules" 20. 21st Century One Hit Wonder Rate Rate Host: Queen Conchita Winner: Gotye, "Somebody That I Used to Know" (featuring Kimbra) 21. PRIMADONNAS 2: The Rate Rate Host: Ace Reject Winner: Natalie Cole, "This Will Be (An Everlasting Love)" 22. Grimes Discography Rate Rate Host: Pendulum Winner: "Oblivion" 23. Entering The Madness: The Weeknd Discography Rate Rate Host: Pink Matter Winner: "High for This" 24. This Generation's Pop Girls: The Final Act Rate Host: Mark Rih Winner: Lady Gaga, "The Edge of Glory" 25. This WAS 2016: Part 2 Rate Host: Tom Vercetti Winner: Mitski, "Your Best American Girl" 26. Don't Call It a Comeback Rate Host: supaspaz Winner: Rihanna, "Love on the Brain" 27. Bjork Singles Rate Rate Host: theblackestday Winner: "Pagan Poetry" 28. Lana Del Rey Essentials Rate Rate Host: Clueless Winner: "Brooklyn Baby" 29. Thank You for the Music: The ABBA Discography Rate Rate Host: conatus Winner: "Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight)" 30.These WERE The Singles: 2005 - 2009 Rate Host: Tom Vercetti Winner: Madonna, "Hung Up" 31. The Hip-Hop Debutante Rate Rate Host: Woo Winner: Foxy Brown, "I'll Be" (featuring Jay-Z) 32. The UOG of the 80s: Part 2 Rate Host: Ace Reject Winner: Belinda Carlisle, "Heaven is a Place on Earth" 33.Kesha Essentials Rate Rate Host: K$Ellie Winner: "Animal" 34. Billboard's 100 Greatest Choruses of the 21st Century Rate Host: KatyCatPH Winner: Shakira, "Whenever, Wherever" 35. The 21st Century One-Hit Wonder Rate: Part 2 Rate Host: Queen Conchita Winner: Natalie Imbruglia, "Torn" 36. Ice Princess: The Azealia Banks Discography Rate Rate Host: prezli Winner: "Liquorice" 37. Linkin Park Singles Rate Rate Host: chilicheese01 Winner: "In The End" 38. I Was Thinking Bout Boys: The Singles Rate Rate Host: Carly Winner: Harry Styles, "Sign Of The Times" 39. The Demi Lovato Discography Rate Rate Host: Hanzo Winner: "Tell Me You Love Me" 40. Jennifer Lopez Essentials Rate Rate Host: Killing Your Career Winner: "What is Love?" 41. The Boss: The Diana Ross Singles Rate Rate Host: Subomie Winner: "I'm Coming Out" 42. Finally: The Namie Amuro Singles Rate Rate Host: Kxvk Winner: DR. 43. Read My Lips: The Sophie Ellis-Bextor Singles Rate Rate Host: EJQL8 Winner: "Murder on the Dancefloor" 44. Kendrick Lamar Singles Rate Rate Host: Clueless Winner: "Alright" 45.The Tove Lo Discography Rate Rate Host: Moonlightbae Winner: "Talking Body" 46. The Sleigh Bells Discography Rate Rate Host: Diarrhoea Winner: "Infinity Guitars" 47. The Selena Gomez Discography Rate Rate Host: SoSickOfThatSOL Winner: "Hands to Myself" 48. St Vincent Essentials Rate Rate Host: Pendulum Winner: "Strange Mercy" 49. The ULTIMATE US Girl Group Rate: The 21st Century Rate Host: wabayou Winner: Destiny's Child, "Lose My Breath" 50. The 2017 Alternative Rate Rate Host: Superpower Winner: The National, "Dark Side of the Gym" 51. THIS WAS 2017 Rate Host: supaspaz Winner: Kendrick Lamar, "DNA" 52. Solo Spice Singles Rate Rate Host: EJQL8 Winner: Victoria Beckham, "Let Your Head Go" 53. Kanye West Singles Rate (VOTE NOW) Rate Host: Clueless Winner: "Runaway" 54. These WERE The Singles: 1990 - 1994 Rate Host: Superpower Winner: Madonna, "Vogue" 55. This Was 2017 Part 2 Rate Host: Tom Vercetti Winner: Vince Staples, "Yeah Right" 56. The Mariah Carey Videography Rate Rate Host: Kim Kardashian Winner: "Honey" 57. Billboard R&B #1's Part 1: 1990 - 1992 Rate Host: conatus Winner: Mary J. Blige, "Real Love" 58. The Katy Perry Discography Rate Rate Host: Ferst Winner: "E.T." 59. 50 Great Female Voices: The Rate Rate Host: Pepo Winner: Tina Turner, "What's Love Got to Do With It?" 60. Charli XCX Discography Rate Rate Host: wabayou Winner: "Vroom Vroom" 61. In a Reverie: The Tinashe Discography Rate Rate Host: Pink Matter Winner: "Bet" 62. The Flops of 2017 Rate Host: Lukey Winner: Rachel Platten, "Perfect for You" 63. The Janelle Monae Discography Rate Rate Host: K$Ellie Winner: "Make Me Feel" 64. Female Top 5 Hits - '13 - '18 Rate Host: umich Winner: Taylor Swift, "Blank Space" 65. When Pop Stars Grow Up Rate Host: supaspaz Winner: Britney Spears, "I'm a Slave 4 U" 66.The Kacey Musgraves Discography Rate Rate Host: thecptz Winner: "Merry Go-Round" 67. Beyonce Essentials Rate Rate Host: Kool Aid King Winner: "Don't Hurt Yourself" 68. So Into You: The Tamia Singles Rate Rate Host: jdmc218 Winner: "So Into You" RATES ON HIATUS 1. The Radiohead Discography Rate (VOTE NOW) Rate Host: Tremor Christ 2. The Britney Spears Discography Rate (VOTE NOW) Rate Host: Verge of Obscene 3. Beyoncè: The Essentials (VOTE NOW) Rate Host: digitaldistortion 4. Electronic Daddy Music: The Rate Rate Host: genetic fail 5. This WAS POP: 2001 (VOTE NOW) Rate Host: EJQL8 6. This WAS 2013: The Rate (VOTE NOW) Rate Host: minho 7. 2010 ULTIMATE Rate (VOTE NOW) Rate Host: mike9009 8. The Male Rebellion Rate: part 2 (VOTE NOW) Rate Host: conatus 9. This WAS POP 2017 (VOTE NOW) Rate Host: Carly 10. The 21st Century One Hit Wonders Rate: The Ultimate Rate (VOTE NOW) Rate Host: Queen Conchita 11. Tame Impala Essentials Rate Rate Host: Clueless 12. THIS WAS 2017: THE EPs (VOTE NOW) Rate Host: Moonlightbae CANCELLED RATES 8. Gen Z-List Pop Girls: The Singles Rate Rate Host: skiddo 5. Crystal Castles Discography Rate Rate Host: Pendulum 10. Pure and Simple: The Dolly Parton Singles Rate Rate Host: StonedSoulPicnic
  3. Welcome to the Top 100 Greatest K-pop Songs of All Time rate Over the years, K-pop has been taking over the world. Known for its unique styles, significant concepts, fantastic audiovisuals, K-pop has never failed to amaze us. I would like to take the torch from the previous hosts to keep going with this year's chart update and to commemorate the greatest. Rules & Guidelines Your ballot may contain votes for your 10~50 favourite K-pop songs of all time, which means you can vote for 10 or 11 ... or 49 or 50 songs Only songs released from January 1, 1996 to December 31, 2017 (idol era) are eligible, keep this in mind! Only Korean songs are eligible, English or Japanese or any other language songs are not allowed ex: Tiffany Young and Kris Wu songs are ineligible Aside from the title tracks (singles), any b-side, OST, collaboration may also be voted Limit songs range for each artist is the first digit in the number of your total votes ex: if you have 23 songs in your ballot, you are only allowed to vote for two songs from one artist Sub-units are different from the main groups, feel free to distinguish them The lowest song on your ballot will receive 1 point and the next song will ascend 1 point as the list goes up Importantly, your #1 song will receive an extra 10 benefit points, so please pick your Best K-pop Song of All Time wisely! Please make sure to follow everything above correctly and read #2 before you start doing your ballot Send your final ballot to my ATRL messages, please carefully check them before you send in because I may not allow you to change your votes Deadline You have three weeks to vote, I will close voting at 7:30 PM PST on July 18, 2019 Depending on the amount of votes, deadline might be extended so I will announce the reveal show time later K-pop daebak!!!!! I am so excited to see how our tastes mixed together!
  4. Graphics by @Clueless The 2018 Grammys were not great for women. Lorde, the only female nominee for Album of the Year, declined to perform after she was not offered her own slot during the show. Just one woman, Alessia Cara, was presented with a solo award on the telecast. And the president of the Recording Academy, Neil Portnow, responded to the mounting controversy by telling female artists that they needed “to step up, because I think they would be welcome.” It was a stunningly tone-deaf comment, particularly following a year that had brought sensational work from SZA, Miranda Lambert, Kesha and others. Amid the burgeoning #MeToo movement, it generated enormous outrage, forcing Portnow to walk back his remarks and fend off calls for his resignation. (Months later, he would announce that he was stepping down anyway, after an unrelated scandal involving the misuse of charity funds.) But it set up a beautiful revenge narrative that would culminate a year later with the release of the 2018 Pazz & Jop critics’ poll, where all five of the most acclaimed albums were, for the first time, by women. The vindication began two months after Portnow’s gaffe, with the March 30 release of boundary-pushing country princess Kacey Musgraves’ Golden Hour, the eventual 2019 Grammy winner for Album of the Year. A week later, on April 6, Cardi B dropped her chart-topping debut Invasion of Privacy, full of in-your-face attitude and smash singles, while Janelle Monáe’s eclectic pop breakthrough Dirty Computer followed on April 27. Both would earn Album of the Year nominations of their own. Be the Cowboy, issued on August 17, saw indie rocker Mitski steer into more conceptual and stylistic territory to her greatest acclaim yet. And October 26 brought the long-awaited return of dance goddess Robyn with Honey, her first album in eight years, a deceptively personal collection of club-ready jams. Now things turn over to you, the good voters of ATRL. Which album was your favorite? You can help decide the winner by ranking each of these 61 songs on a scale of 1-10 and then sending me your ballot by Sunday, June 23. Please listen to everything again at least once before submitting. I want honest assessments, not scores based on your memory or biases. Feel free to include commentary if you are so moved. And no trolling or your vote will be tossed. Happy listening! Countdown Participants
  5. Madame X

    Prince: The Warner Brothers Years (Rate)

    HELLO LADIES Welcome to what might be the first PRINCE related rate on ATRL. Finally! I know ATRL is female-centric but I feel like Prince is the artist who is able to bridge the gap between pop girl loving gays and male artists pretty well, so it's time we finally celebrate him! I have decided by recommendation to be rating explicitly his years with Warner Brothers (he Emancipated himself from them in 1995). Nobody cares about his late career stuff really so let's not waste our time on that since there's already a large quantity of songs here. I have added a couple promo singles and album cuts that get airplay to be rated because many people feel like they essential to his career. Rules: You have til August 1 (subject to change) Rate each song from a scale of 0-10. One song may receive an 11 and one song may receive a -1 You may add commentary for any songs you want, I will incorporate them into the results. Post in this thread a lot so it doesn't flop. Have fun! Don't be afraid to voice any controversial opinions you have, don't be afraid to play dirty, I'm not the kind of host that cares about that stuff. Do what you gotta do! SONGS:
  6. Welcome to ATRL's Mylène Farmer singles rate! Mylène Farmer is a Canadian-French singer, songwriter, producer and poet. She debuted in 1984 with the single "Maman a Tort" and rose to fame with the single "Libertine". Mylène has released 11 studio albums, 2 Greatest Hits compilations and several live albums. She holds the record for the largest amount of #1 hits in the French singles chart, which is 19, and is one of the most successful French pop singers. She is famous for her philosophical and melancholic lyrics about love, mortality, religion and for her provocative, cinematic music videos that have earned her the title "The French Madonna". Farmer is also known as the writer of one of the most successful French songs ever, "Moi... Lolita" by Alizèe. Mylène has been around for over three decades and now it's time to find out which single from her is the best. RULES 1. Rank every song with a score from 1 tgo 10 (where 1 is the lowest and 10 is the highest). 2. Decimals are allowed but only up to 1 digit. For example, scores like 8.5 or 6.9 are allowed, scores like 9.999, 4.25, 6 1/3 are not. 3. You can give two 11s to the songs you consider to be the best and one -1 to the song you consider the worst. 4. Comments are allowed and, moreover, I encourage their usage! 5. You submit your personal rankings through PM to me. Use PM friendly list that is given below. 6. Have fun! In case you aren't familiar enough with her music, here's the Youtube playlist with all of her singles Also here is a Spotify playlist that has been created by Miss @Alongoria13 who I am eternally grateful to Deadline: June 17th Results: Late June / Early July PM Friendly list
  7. Unoriginal

    The Beach House Discography Rate

    Thanks to @World Eater for making all the amazing graphics for the rate! Welcome to the Beach House discography rate! Here, we'll be rating the seven studio albums (and one B-Sides album) by the greatest dream pop band of all time. Rate all eighty-one songs from 1-10. Try to make your scores as varied as possible! You can give one 11 and one 0 to any song Up to one decimal place is welcome Comments are cool Use the PM friendly list Don't troll. I'll disqualify your ballot The deadline is flexible but for now it's November 30, 2018. If this flops or if extensions are needed I can accommodate!
  8. Voting is now open for the TOP 50 KPOP FEMALE SOLOISTS SONGS OF ALL TIME! 1. PM me a ranked Top 20 list of your personal favorite Female Solo Songs. 2. Here are the songs that can be voted: Solo track: 11:11 - Taeyeon Solo with a feature: Palette - IU ft. G-Dragon Collab with solo credits: What You Waiting For - R.Tee x Anda 3. Here are the songs that cannot be voted: As a featured solo: Oppa is Just My Style - Pst ft. Hyuna As a part of duo: Troublemaker - Troublemaker 4. Maximum of 3 songs per artist only. 5. Songs in other languages can be voted too, as long as they pass criteria #2. 6. Incomplete ballots will have less points. 7. Deadline for voting is on June 18, 2019.
  9. ManDown

    ATRL's 100 Greatest Artists Of All Time

    Welcome to the fourth installment of “ATRL’s Greatest”. Previously, we counted down the 250 Greatest Songs Of All Time, 150 Greatest Albums Of The Millennium, and 150 Greatest Songs Of The 20th Century. Now, it's time to let the artists shine! You may submit an unranked ballot of 10 to 50 artists to me via a Google Form. It can be any number in between 10 and 50. Each artist nominated will be given one point, so rank on the ballot is irrelevant. Solo artists are counted separately from groups, so you may nominate the group and solo artist(s) as separate entries (e.g. 1 for Justin Timberlake and 1 for NSYNC). Any artist of any country, genre, or level of success is eligible. You may rally voters in your Base thread, just don't spam or submit troll ballots. SUBMIT HERE If the form does not work, please PM me your ballot. Deadline: 12/31 at 11:59PM EST BALLOTS OPEN: NOW (SUBMIT HERE)
  10. Michael196

    The ARIANA Mini-Rate

    In Celebration of the newest MPG's 26th Birthday... Let's Rank her five Albums and pick the top 5 tracks from each one of them! and see if our taste is similar! Enjoy
  11. ♛ Welcome to the Girls' Generation Singles Rate ♛ (by @Soobin) As we all know, Soshi is the biggest K-pop girl group of all time () and their domination, impact, success have birthed so many of your new favourites nowadays. I would like to host this rate in order to recognize their quality singles and to see how our tastes look like when they are mixed together! Re-rank the list below, with your #1 fave on top decreasing to your least fave at the bottom. There's a total of 30 official singles including the sub-units', the points will go from 29 to 1 from your #2 to #30, and your #1 song will receive 40 points so choose it wisely! Include comments for certain songs if you would like to! Send your ballot to me thru ATRL messages. Voting closed this Saturday (May 17) Countdown: Sunday 5:30 PM PST (May 18) ♛ FOREVER, IT'S GIRLS' GENERATION ♛
  12. ATRL Top 50 Songs of Q1 2019! The 1st Quarter of 2019 was JAM-PACKED! And I (having barely some vacant time) can't let it pass without our traditional QUARTERLY RATE. Mechanics: 1. Create a ballot for your Top 30 Songs of the Quarter. 2. Only songs released within January 1 to March 31, 2019 are valid. (Refer to the list below for clarifications.) 3. You can vote for B-Sides, Japanese releases, and English collabs, as long as it involves a KPop act. 4. Any lists below 30 will have point deductions. 5. Send your ballots to me @TayRianaPH. Deadline: May 8, 2019
  13. Disconnect


    Rate FROOT vs your 12 best tracks from LOVE + FEAR. VS Here's my rating: Happy vs Handmade Heaven FROOT vs Superstar I’m a Ruin vs Orange Trees Blue vs Enjoy your Life Forget vs To Be Human Gold vs End of the Earth Can’t Pin me Down vs Believe in Love Solitaire vs Life Is Strange Better than That vs Karma Weeds vs Emotional Machine Savages vs No More Suckers Immortal vs Soft to be Strong 9 vs 6
  14. West Coast

    Song bridges, love them or hate them?

    I love them so much, the way they can change the entire songs Do you enjoy song bridges? Ones with actual lyrics and not pre-choruses or dance breaks What are some of your faves? These are bridges I enjoy from the top of my head
  15. genetic fail

    Electronic Music Rate [TOP 30]

    Electronic dance music (EDM) is one of the most prominent genres in today's music. It reached its peak in 2013 when Billboard had to create a separate chart for these bangers that pervade our clubs and airwaves. Despite not being as prevalent as it once was, a handful of names have been keeping the genre relevant by collaborating with big names such as Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez and Ellie Goulding. In this rate, we have collected 70 tracks from 10 of today's hottest (both literally and figuratively) DJs. All songs have charted somewhere in the Billboard Hot 100. Features do not count. We'll also be rating the paternal figures based on their looks, sex appeal and overall daddiness. Open the spoiler below for the complete list of entries. The Rules Listen to the songs once or twice more if you haven't already memorized them from weekend nights out. Make sure to be objective and take all aspects of the song (production, lyrics, vocals) into consideration. Rate each song from 1-10. You can give a 0 the song you think is the worst and an 11 to the best. Decimals are allowed as long as they're on tenths place (e.g. 0.5, 1.7) You may send a commentary for your 11 and your 0. Same rules apply to the daddies except you can't give a 0 or 11. Absolutely NO TROLLING. That only works for popgirls. You have three weeks to do the job. Send your ballot to me by August 13, 11:59 PM EST. Spotify Youtube Apple Music @calvinharris @alexpall @drewtaggart @davidguetta @djsnake @flumemusic @kygomusic @diplo @jillionaire @walsheyfire @martingarrix @robin__schulz @zedd PM-Friendly List Oh and btw, that Instagram is totally real! Follow me @edmrate_atrl for exclusive tea. A link to my previous rate, ( { H E Y G I R L } ).
  16. Alessia Cara - The Pains of Growing | Bebe Rexa - Expectations | Rita Ora - Phoenix | Tinashe - Joyride Welcome to The Flops of 2018 the latest rate in my "The Flops of..." series! I'm very delighted to be hosting the fourth edition of this much loved rate on ATRL. Can you believe it started 3 years ago?! The budget is higher although the albums might not be, but nonetheless I am ready to find out what the best of these four albums whom are classed as some of the biggest flops of 2018 according to critics/sales/hype/expectations (no pun intended Bebe). Once again you will have noticed that 2016 has yet to happen and I was actually going to host it and had shortlisted albums to participate, but I hope you all participate and have a fun time rating the songs from all albums, can't wait to see who ends up on top! Rules 1. Rate every song from 0 to 10 You are allowed one decimal point (6.5 not 6.75) 2. You are allowed to give two songs an 11 3. You are only allowed to give two songs a 0 4. Do not troll by giving all songs a 10 etc. 5. Be fair and listen to the songs with an open mind 6. Get voting! Deadline: 1st June 2019 PM friendly list: For Tinashe's bonus track "L-O-V-E" please find above in the PM list. Participants: Lukey
  17. TheFameMonster

    LOVE vs FEAR

    Handmade Heaven vs Believe In Love Superstar vs Life Is Strange Orange Trees vs You Baby vs Karma Enjoy Your Life vs Emotional Machine True vs Too Afraid To Be Human vs No More Suckers End Of The Earth vs Soft To Be Strong Bold the one you prefer!
  18. TayRianaPH

    [LIVE!] ATRL Top 100 KPop Songs of 2018!

    KPop has been such a chaos the past few days. I have to make something tonthrill the KPop gays. We're about to crown the BEST K-POP Songs of 2018!   ATRL's TOP 100 KPOP SONGS of 2018. RULES [PLEASE READ THOROUGHLY] 1. Vote for your Top 30 ranked FAVORITE Singles of 2018 in this thread. [#1 being your most fave, #30 the least], maximum of 3 songs per artist. 2. You may vote for less than 30 [example: 20 songs] , BUT instead of your #1 song getting full 30 points, they will get 20 points only.. 3. Songs released from January 1- December 31, 2018 ONLY can be voted. 4. All official tracks, including B-sides, those with no MVs, as long they are in the cut-off period, may be voted for. 5. For singles, the official single release date matters, regardless of the album release date, For B-sides, the album release dates matter. For re-releases, only new songs added will be eligible. 6. Send your votes via PM to me,TayRianaPH. Votes will be collected until March 30, 2018. Let's see who'll follow As If It's Your Last's crown?
  19. Verge of Obscene

    The Britney Spears Discography Rate

    Hello, and welcome to the Britney Spears Discography Rate! Over the past 2 decades, we've witnessed the rise, fall and resurrection of the Princess of Pop, Britney Jean Spears. From the moment she burst onto the scene wearing a Catholic school-girl outfit, Britney has given us 9(ish) studio albums, 2 greatest hits compilations and almost 20 years of hit songs we all know & love. Now the time has come to rate all 154 tracks, including album cuts, singles & B-Sides, to determine just what song is the best song of Miss Spears' career. Now, we tend to see a lot of sabotage going on in these rates so to avoid that and get clear results, I've decided to change it up a bit. Instead of sending a list of scores for each individual song, please click here and PM me your final list by March 31st, 2018. Please do not select the "I like both" or "No opinion" options. The rate will begin the following weekend. Comments for individual songs are encouraged but not required. PS Any lists that don't have Chillin' With You at #154 will be deleted.
  20. Pazz & Jop is an annual poll of musical releases compiled by American newspaper The Village Voice since 1971. The poll is tabulated from the submitted year-end top 10 lists of hundreds of music critics. Pazz & Jop was introduced by The Village Voice in 1971 as an album-only poll; it was expanded to include votes for singles in 1979. - We'll be rating every #1 single on Pazz & Jop's yearly poll since it's single inception. Rules 1. Only one 11 allowed, and only one zero. One 10.25 will also be allowed. 2. Only decimal ratings up to the hundreths place. Ex: 5.67 is allowed, 5.678 is not. 3. Comments are encouraged! 4. Deadline: December 20th. The Singles 1979: Ian Dury & the Blockheads - Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick / Reasons to Be Cheerful, Pt. 3 1980: Kurtis Blow - The Breaks 1981: Laurie Anderson - O Superman / Walk the Dog | The Rolling Stones - Start Me Up 1982: Grandmaster Flash & the Furious Five - The Message 1983: Michael Jackson - Billie Jean 1984: Prince - When Doves Cry / 17 Days 1985: Artists United Against Apartheid - Sun City 1986: Run-D.M.C. - Walk This Way 1987: Prince - Sign O' the Times 1988: Tracy Chapman - Fast Car 1989: Public Enemy - Fight the Power 1990: Deee-Lite - Groove Is in the Heart / What Is Love 1991: Nirvana - Smells Like Teen Spirit 1992: Arrested Development - Tennessee 1993: The Breeders - Cannonball 1994: Beck - Loser 1995: Coolio - Gangsta's Paradise 1996: Quad City DJs - C'mon N' Ride It (The Train) 1997: Hanson - MMMBop 1998: Fatboy Slim - The Rockafeller Skank 1999: TLC - No Scrubs 2000: OutKast - Ms. Jackson 2001: Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott - Get Ur Freak On 2002: Missy Elliott - Work It 2003: OutKast - Hey Ya! 2004: Franz Ferdinand - Take Me Out 2005: Kanye West Featuring Jamie Foxx - Gold Digger 2006: Gnarls Barkley - Crazy 2007: Amy Winehouse - Rehab 2008: MIA - Paper Planes 2009: Jay-Z - Empire State of Mind (featuring Alicia Keys) 2010: Cee-lo Green - **** You! 2011: Adele - Rolling in the Deep 2012: Carly Rae Jepsen - Call Me Maybe 2013: Daft Punk - Get Lucky (featuring Pharrell and Nile Rodgers) 2014: Future Islands - Seasons (Waiting on You) 2015: Drake - Hotline Bling 2016: Beyonce - Formation 2017: Cardi B - Bodak Yellow (Money Moves)
  21. TheFameMonster

    Rank all the BLACKPINK songs

    Kill This Love Forever Young Ddu-Du Ddu-Du As If It's Your Last Playing With Fire Boombayah Don't Know What To Do See U Later Really Whistle Stay Kick It Hope Not But wow what a album discography
  22. mysteriousness, mixtapes and mega internet hype. There is no denying that Frank Ocean, Miguel and The Weeknd were apart of pushing the limits of R&B in the 2010's. “Alternative R&B” is what it’s called, and these are the big three: For many, it began with Frank Ocean. His rise to prominence began with a mixtape Nostalgia, Ultra that leant heavily on its alternative music samples of MGMT and Radiohead, conjuring up an utterly unique sonic and lyrical world in the process. Channel Orange proved that R&B music could have a complicated depth, with complex lyrics and vulnerability. And a few stand-alone singles and Blonde pushed that even further with Frank developing his signature sound. Like Ocean, The Weeknd's journey began in the mixtape world. The three mixtapes (House of Balloons, Thursday, and Echoes of Silence) which have been banded together and released as Trilogy, brilliantly flipped the tropes of R&B on their heads. The synths, dark-twisted, downtempo productions and beat switches helped elevate his pleasure-filled songs about sex, love and drugs. After Kiss Land, The Weeknd went from the dark hole of indie music anonymity to becoming one of today’s biggest stars. Beauty Behind The Madness propelled The Weeknd into a superstar, where he started experimenting with his MJ impressions and Starboy further proved that he is the king of sex pop. Alongside Abel and Ocean, Miguel transformed R&B just as he was transforming his own sound. All I Want is You showed that Miguel was the closest to a traditional R&B artist among the three. So, Miguel melted the hearts of R&B fans on Kaleidoscope Dream, with his combined strands of psychedelic rock with dreamy soul harmonies. Though it was a tough act to follow, Wildheart continued to establish the new landscape of modern radio R&B. And War & Leisure doesn’t let down from his signature psychosexual sounds and euphoric vocal reverbs. These are the boys responsible for mainstream artists dipping their toes into abstract, atmospheric sounds, and synths. The sort-of nemeses are proud to wave the flag of the New Wave of R&B, but which one sits on the throne as KING? Voting: Rate each song from 1-10. A decimal to the tenths place is allowed. You're also allowed to give one 11 for your favorite song, one 10.25 to your second favorite song and one 0 for your most hated song. No trolling. Comments are allowed. Songs: All I Want Is You Sure Thing Quickie Lotus Flower Bomb (Wale) Girls Like You Power Trip (J. Cole) Adorn Do You... #Beautiful (Mariah Carey) Primetime (Janelle Monáe) How Many Drinks? NWA coffee Simple Things waves Sky Walker Told You So Come Through and Chill Remind Me to Forget Banana Clip Novacane Swim Good No Church In the Wild (Jay-Z & Kanye West) Thinkin' Bout You Pyramids Sweet Life Lost Super Rich Kids Bad Religion Nikes Ivy Nights Chanel Provider Biking Lens Slide (Calvin Harris) 911 / Mr. Lonely (Tyler, The Creator) Moon River Twenty-Eight House Of Balloons / Glass Table Girls Wicked Games The Zone High For This Kiss Land Belong To The World Wanderlust Love Me Harder (Ariana Grande) Often Earned It The Hills Can't Feel My Face In The Night Starboy Party Monster Low Life (Future) Reminder Die For You I Feel It Coming Pray For Me (with Kendrick Lamar) Call Out My Name PM Friendly:
  23. Blue Rose

    Winner Revealed | 2018 Alternative Rate

    The old definition of Alternative Rock doesn't even apply anymore. The genre is constantly evolving and changing the sound of popular music. And these four albums epitomize its diversity, influence and excellence. Rules Rate each track from 1 to 10, 10 being the highest score. Decimals are allowed. You are allowed to give 11 to one of your favorite songs. You can include comments if you want. Use the list below (please don’t change the order for the sake of my excel spreadsheet) and send me your scores via PM by February 15th at 2pm EST
  24. Well Ciccone fans. It's finally here. Arguably her BEST album of her career, Like a Prayer is turning 30. Having already released three albums earlier, Madonna was already seen as a main force of pop music. However, Like a Prayer would become an official turning point for Madonna, full of creativity and controversy. Turning 30 and facing difficulty in her personal and professional life at that time, Madonna wanted to take her music and career to a whole new level. Like a Prayer was built on her own experience with Catholicism, the struggle of her religion, and personal meditations. Madonna incorporated different types of elements into this album including dance, funk, and gospel into a commercial pop sound as well as touching on topics like religion, sexuality, and AIDS. The album became Madonna's most critically acclaimed album to date, with critics calling it elevating, consistent, thrilling, and as close to pop music as it gets. Six singles were released, four of which peaked in the top ten, with the title track topping the charts. Like a Prayer went on to sell 15 million copies worldwide. Like a Prayer has gone down in history as one of the best pop albums of all time taking Madonna into a more serious form of artistry. This album deserves to be appreciated by everyone. Personally my best album, I'm excited to be hosting this ranking for the fans. RULES: Please participate in this ranking and PM me your list by March 16th. Rank from best to worst, #1 being the best to #12 being the worst. Each song will be scored, your #1 song worth 12 points down to 1 point with #12. Comments are allowed. Ranking starts on Saturday, March 23rd! Enjoy!!! SONGS: Like a Prayer Express Yourself Love Song Till Death Do Us Part Promise to Try Cherish Dear Jessie Oh Father Keep It Together (Pray For) Spanish Eyes Act of Contrition Supernatural
  25. In every quarter rates, I've been doing these mini-awards section, and every time I do such, it's always the best part of the reveal. Now I'm thinking of doing something for the 1st time! ----- 2018 is nearly over, and the awards show season is on! Welcome to ATRL KPop Music Awards 2018 [Graphics soon, if anyone volunteers for it, thanks in advance] Rules [READ] Round 1: Nomination Voting Phase 1. Copy+paste the nominations ballot below. 2. Each participant must vote their RANKED Top 3 per category. Should you vote for only one, it will automatically have 1 point. If two, the Top 1 will get 2 points, the 2nd gets 1 point. 3. The nominees must be released from December 14, 2017 - December 13, 2018. 4. All categories must be filled out. (Except for the optional one.) 5. The votes must be posted in this thread, in a spoiler, please. 6. Voting ends on December 22, 2018. 6. By the end of the period, the Top 6 nominees per category will be announced. Round 2: Award Voting Phase [TBA] NOMINATION LIST MAIN AWARDS SONG OF THE YEAR 3 points: 2 points: 1 points: ALBUM OF THE YEAR 3 points: 2 points: 1 points: ARTIST OF THE YEAR 3 points: 2 points: 1 points: ARTIST AWARDS BEST GROUP - MALE 3 points: 2 points: 1 points: BEST GROUP - FEMALE 3 points: 2 points: 1 points: BEST SOLO ARTIST 3 points: 2 points: 1 points: BEST NEW ARTIST - MALE 3 points: 2 points: 1 points: BEST NEW ARTIST - FEMALE 3 points: 2 points: 1 points: DISCOVERY OF THE YEAR - those who had huge breaks this year 3 points: 2 points: 1 points: BEST BAND 3 points: 2 points: 1 points: GENRE AWARDS BEST VOCAL PERFORMANCE - SOLO 3 points: 2 points: 1 points: BEST VOCAL PERFORMANCE - MALE GROUP 3 points: 2 points: 1 points: BEST VOCAL PERFORMANCE - FEMALE GROUP 3 points: 2 points: 1 points: BEST DANCE PERFORMANCE - SOLO 3 points: 2 points: 1 points: BEST DANCE PERFORMANCE - MALE GROUP 3 points: 2 points: 1 points: BEST DANCE PERFORMANCE - FEMALE GROUP 3 points: 2 points: 1 points: BEST RAP/R&B PERFORMANCE 3 points: 2 points: 1 points: NUGU AWARDS (optional) NUGU SONG OF THE YEAR 3 points: 2 points: 1 points: NUGU ARTIST OF THE YEAR 3 points: 2 points: 1 points: NUGU ALBUM OF THE YEAR 3 points: 2 points: 1 points: OTHER AWARDS CELEBRITY OF THE YEAR - the one that caused too much buzz 3 points: 2 points: 1 points: BEST B-SIDE - all non-title tracks included 3 points: 2 points: 1 points: BEST SUB-UNIT 3 points: 2 points: 1 points: BEST MUSIC VIDEO 3 points: 2 points: 1 points: BEST COLLABORATION 3 points: 2 points: 1 points: