Sunday, February 04, 2007

It's Almost Too Late . . .

. . . but maybe you can get your vote in.

FTTW - a daily magazine: "Time to Vote: Worst Songs of the 70's

The nomination process is over and now that all those songs got stuck in your heads, we will make a half hearted attempt to apologize.

Sorry.

Really.

Vote as many times as you want. If clicking 'Paradise By The Dashboard Light' for four straight hours is your thing, then go for it. We're sure one of the editors of FTTW will be right behind you.

Poll stays up til Sunday 2pm. We're closing early this week because most of you will be doing Super Bowl partying Sunday anyhow."

4 comments:

Todd Mason said...

Among the songs by folks who made careers, even "Hotel California" and "We Are the Champions" aren't quite as dire as that other Queen offense, "Bohemian Rhapsody." I'm sorry I couldn't put a bad word in for Melanie's "Brand New Key" nor "Billy, Don't Be a Hero" nor anything by Styx or Sweet, but there's plenty bad to choose from.

Bill Crider said...

There are couple on there that I actually like.

TM said...

Oh, me, too, even when a further subset of those are undeniably cheeze.

Patrick Shawn Bagley said...

Now that damn "Brand New Key" song is stuck in my head. I hate that song. Thanks a lot.

Okay. "Dream Weaver." Take that.