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Top Ten Musical Moments That Defined 2005

By: Andrew Unterberger

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Posted 12/23/2005 - 08:24:02 AM by J_R_K_:
 even gothier... at least it wasn't zwan.
Posted 12/23/2005 - 11:06:39 AM by cwperry:
 That Crazy Frog comment is hilarious. Yes, that was a scary week. When that thing went to #1 in Britain, I had to do some serious soul-searching.
Posted 12/23/2005 - 12:51:28 PM by wantondisco:
 The Frog topped Australia too. But we're all convicts so the two really go hand in hand right?
Posted 12/23/2005 - 02:15:56 PM by garlad1:
 Eh? Crazy frogs and convicts? Gotta take another hit of chia-weed to grasp that one...
Posted 12/27/2005 - 02:17:52 PM by Hystyk:
 As a life long Chicagoan, I'm politely requesting that in the future you do not refer to Billy Corgan as our "pride". Other than that, fantastical article.
Posted 12/27/2005 - 04:58:33 PM by proffokker:
 Good show, old chap.
Posted 12/28/2005 - 10:04:12 AM by jhitting:
 Funny article. How about a runner up for worst musical moment of 2005? OK, my vote goes to X&Y; for being the worst piece of garbage ever released by artists that should know better. How in the world did Coldplay go from writing songs like "Don't Panic" (awesome song) to "Speed of Sound" or whatever the fuck it was called? Their handlers must be twitching.
Posted 12/29/2005 - 06:19:48 AM by ketsume717:
 We all said “no way could the American public possibly be stupid enough to make this popular, please don’t let the American public be stupid enough to make this song popular”. And as it turns out, we weren’t. Go us. And then My Humps came along and proved that we were. *sigh*