Del Ametri - Roll To Me 2:12 Foo Fighters - Big Me 2:13 Cranberries - Salvation 2:24 Patty Rothberg - Inside 2:25 Fastball - Out Of My Head 2:33 Weezer - Buddy Holly 2:40 Alanis Morissette - So Pure 2:41 Lenny Kravitz - Where Are We Runnin? 2:42 Maria Mena - You're The Only One 2:43 Good Charlotte - I Just Wanna Live 2:46 Hootie And The Blowfish - Sad Caper 2:49 City High - What Would You Do 2:52 Ace Of Base - Lucky Love 2:52 Meja - All 'Bout The Money 2:52 Maroon 5 - Harder To Breathe 2:54 Sass Jordan - Sun's Gonna Shine 2:54 Eve 6 - Promise 2:57 Gnarls Barkley - Crazy 2:58
Post by Tanisha Thomas. on Dec 29, 2009 2:30:36 GMT -5
I'm not sure if this makes the cut, but "Where My Girls At?" (Album version) was 2:47 but the radio edit was 3:10??? I guess it wouldn't make the cut or would it? Anyway, I believe it peaked at #1 on Rhythmic Top 40.
Enough with the 5 minute songs, it gets very tired very quickly.
Personally, I'd take an epic tune over anything else, in any genre. The dance music world since 1973 is full of them. The longer, the more sophisticated or ferocious, the better.
If it has to be long, let it be filled with music and lyrics. I can't stand long songs with 3 minute intros and breakdowns and s**t. Its just very tired. Like "Its All Coming Back To Me" is long and epic and fantastic- it appears to have like 5 verses, lol. But George Michael- Freedom '90- wow... 6 minutes of what? Instrumentation? Chanting "Freedom" over and over? Its a 3 minute song stretched to its limits. Those are the sort of songs I'm talking about. Stuff like Bohemian Rhapsody and A Day in the Life are fine, because there's actually a REASON they're so f**kin long.
Vanessa Hudgens - Come Back To Me (2:45) Hilary Duff feat. Haylie Duff - Our Lips Are Sealed #39 (2:40) Blink 182 - All The Small Things (2:51) Chris Brown feat. Juelz Santana - Run It! #1 (2:53) Spice Girls - Spice Up Your Life (2:53) Blink 182 - Feeling This (2:53) Green Day - American Idiot (2:56)
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