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Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Top 50 Singles of 2009: 10-6

10. Blake Lewis - Heartbreak On Vinyl

The Idol runner-up’s best single to date. A smart, hooky ode to record stores and those who love them.

9. Tommy Sparks - She’s Got Me Dancing

A springtime party track in a year where there weren’t many to go around. From the squeaky synth opening to the undeniable hook, this was pure magic.

8. Lady Gaga - Paparazzi

Gaga’s most lasting radio single yet, the jaw-dropping video was what really propelled this to the forefront of people’s minds. Several months in, it still hasn’t gotten old.

7. Melody Club - The Only Ones

A galloping pop single signaling a shift in the band’s sound, this track just makes you feel really, really good. Simple as that.

6. Filthy Dukes & Tommy Sparks - Messages

Even better than Sparks’ solo stuff, this electro dance track was the coolest thing to come out of the UK this Summer. I prefer to think of it as the 2009 Scissor Sisters comeback single that never was.

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Blogger Yuяi said...

Agree 100% about Blake's single. Smartest one yet. It went Top 3 on my chart. The GaGa vid did much to get her noticed as a serious artist, and having the dude from True Blood has her love interest didn't hurt those chances either.

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