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The best song ever with 3 or more words in the title.

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Post by Mind the windows Tino. on Mon 7 Oct - 21:17

I said it would be Monday morning and, like my milkman, I always deliver.  So here is round 6 of quite possibly the most exciting tournament ever.  Before we move on to round 6 and the poll for 'The best song ever with 3 or more words in the title' lets have a look at what you could have won in round 5.

Round 5 saw the poll for 'Best piece of literature with a name in the title' and threw up some classic works of literature and no small measure of controversy with the 'missing' and 'reappearing' votes scandal throwing the integrity of the whole competition into doubt.  With the mystery still unsolved and the 'missing' votes no closer to being found, I have made the decision to move on, forget the past and continue the competition.  At least I am a man of extremely high integrity and moral fibre so we can proceed safe in the knowledge that the Culture Cup is still on the level.  I have my finest man (Wingrove) on the case to try and find out what happened but until then, lets move forward in peace.

Round 5 was an interesting one with the votes being split across the board resulting in many posters claiming a decent points haul.  Using my complicated results algorithm, you would have only needed to get 1 vote in this round to get 7 points.  Sot its bad luck to Union who received no votes, no points and has subsequently seen his already slim chance of winning almost certainly disappear for good.  What makes it worse it that he had some votes before 'votegate'.  Life can be so cruel.  Hero continues to be Mr Consistent and remains on top of the Christmas tree, just as a fairy should be.  Julius had a stunning reversal in fortune with his pick of Macbeth claiming top spot for this round.  A fair few posters picked up 10 points and at the half way point, the league is still within grasp for a fair few posters.  Here are the runners and riders;

Hero (A Streetcar Named Desire): (10) 46
compelling & rich (Schindler's List): (9): 42
seanmichaels (Oliver Twist): (9) 38
Adam (A Christmas Carol): (10) 37
Azzy (The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes): (10) 33
onlytreblewinners (Frankenstein): (10) 32
TopHat (Romeo and Juliet): (10) 32
Galted (The World According to Garp): (7) 30
The Womble (Matilda): (10) 31
Rowley (The Picture of Dorian Grey): (10) 29
superflyweight (The Great Gatsby): (9) 29
Dolphin (Winnie the Pooh): (9) 26
The Boss (Gulliver's Travels): (10) 26
bhb (Hamlet): (7) 25
ChequeredJersey (The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn): (8) 24
jbeadlesbigrighthand (Count of Monte Cristo): (8) 23
Julius ( Macbeth): (12) 22
Union (Horace) (0) 19

Round 7 is back to films and the question is this: Name the greatest film actor or actress born in the same year as you Best film originally released in the decade of your birth.  You can, of course, lie if you want to but I doubt any of you are that precious.  I will leave it up to your conscience but please PM a couple of choices.

Here is the poll for round 6 and remember, it is open for the whole forum to vote!

PLEASE ONLY VOTE FOR 2 NOMINATIONS
 I don't think it will survive another voting scandal.

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Post by Mind the windows Tino. on Mon 7 Oct - 21:18

Some good choices this round and after a bit of deliberation, I have gone for Sympathy for the Devil and Tracks of my Tears.

Sympathy for the Devil is my favourite Stones song and that opening when the quiet drum beats kicks in gets my feet tapping every time. I went to see them at the old Wembley in 1996. At one point, all the stadium lights were turned off and the place was plunged into darkness. Then the opening drums to Sympathy started up whilst everything was still pitch black. When it got to the words and the opening line “please allow me to introduce myself”, one light started to shine down just on Jagger. He was standing there head bowed wearing a black cloak and hood with his arms outstretched like he was being crucified. When the tune really kicked in, all the lights burst on and Jagger and Richards did their thing. It was great theatre and it’s a great song.

Tracks of my Tears is just such a brilliant song. The lyrics are moving and heartfelt and Robinson’s voice is so soulful. Love that tune.

Honourable mentions to Stone Roses and Joy Division. They were next in line.

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Post by Adam D on Mon 7 Oct - 21:21

I predict that Joy Division will win this round (it did in the music cup)!

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Post by Scottrf on Mon 7 Oct - 21:28

Laugh "Everytime We Touch – Cascada"

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Post by Rowley on Mon 7 Oct - 21:31

Went with the Roses, as I feel a sense of obligation to vote for them whenever they are nominated in these things. Also went with There Is a Light that Never Goes Out. Massive Smiths fan and this is probably their finest hour, brilliant lyrics and song that stands up to repeated listening.

Some good nominations on here, tough to pick.

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Post by Union Cane on Mon 7 Oct - 21:51

Went for Bridge Over Troubled Water, as it sticks in my head for days every time I hear it, in fact it is there now.

Also went for Field of Dreams as I'm not taking the risk of getting shafted by any voting shenanigans again. And I like it. Obviously.
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Post by Rowley on Mon 7 Oct - 21:53

Is there any chance you can tell me who superfly nominates every round Tina? I dearly want to beat him but I know he has good taste so I run the risk of voting for him by mistake as it stands.

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Post by bhb001 on Mon 7 Oct - 21:54

This is going to be a very competative round. Like a Rolling Stone and sympathy for the devil for me; both superb and iconic


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Post by Adam D on Mon 7 Oct - 21:55

There are absolutely no good actors in the year I was born!

Another poor round coming up.

My title as perenial runner up is in danger!

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Post by Mind the windows Tino. on Mon 7 Oct - 21:57

Rowley wrote:Is there any chance you can tell me who superfly nominates every round Tina? I dearly want to beat him but I know he has good taste so I run the risk of voting for him by mistake as it stands.
All I am going to say is yes, in this round he has very good taste. In my opinion anyway.




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Post by TopHat24/7 on Mon 7 Oct - 21:58

Went with Oasis (band and song of my youth) and Marvin (favourite song ever).

Would sooner quit 606 than vote for the Smiths (or anything/one connected to that Tinkywinky Morrissey).

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Post by JuliusHMarx on Mon 7 Oct - 21:59

Adam D wrote:There are absolutely no good actors in the year I was born!
1973? If so, yeah, you've had it in the next round. I thought 1965 was bad til I saw '73.

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Post by Mind the windows Tino. on Mon 7 Oct - 21:59

Adam D wrote:There are absolutely no good actors in the year I was born!

Same here, good job I am not playing. It gave me John Cena who, after a wee bit of googling, turns out is both a WRASSLER and an actor. He is also known as the Doctor of Thuganomics which is one of the funniest things I have ever read.

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Post by Galted on Mon 7 Oct - 22:00

Went for Bridge Over Troubled Water and A Whiter Shade Of Pale.  You're right not to give a toss, only posted this message so the thread shows when I refresh my posts.
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Post by Il Gialloblu on Mon 7 Oct - 22:02

TopHat24/7 wrote:Went with Oasis (band and song of my youth) and Marvin (favourite song ever).

Would sooner quit 606 than vote for the Smiths (or anything/one connected to that Tinkywinky Morrissey).
Rowley, I reckon you should ban TopHat if he doesn't vote for The Smiths.
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Post by JuliusHMarx on Mon 7 Oct - 22:02

Went for Joy Division and Dylan.

Oasis joint top, Beatles not even nominated. Alas, the callow youth of 606v2.

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Post by Rowley on Mon 7 Oct - 22:04

Adam D wrote:There are absolutely no good actors in the year I was born!

Another poor round coming up.

My title as perenial runner up is in danger!
I had the same year Adam, did find an oscar winner though so I may have a chance, and it also means you cannot have them, so win, win

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Post by Rowley on Mon 7 Oct - 22:05

Il Gialloblu wrote:
TopHat24/7 wrote:Went with Oasis (band and song of my youth) and Marvin (favourite song ever).

Would sooner quit 606 than vote for the Smiths (or anything/one connected to that Tinkywinky Morrissey).
Rowley, I reckon you should ban TopHat if he doesn't vote for The Smiths.
Will just add it to the other 50 reasons he tends to give me on a daily basis.

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Post by TopHat24/7 on Mon 7 Oct - 22:07

Rowley wrote:
Il Gialloblu wrote:
TopHat24/7 wrote:Went with Oasis (band and song of my youth) and Marvin (favourite song ever).

Would sooner quit 606 than vote for the Smiths (or anything/one connected to that Tinkywinky Morrissey).
Rowley, I reckon you should ban TopHat if he doesn't vote for The Smiths.
Will just add it to the other 50 reasons he tends to give me on a daily basis.
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Post by TopHat24/7 on Mon 7 Oct - 22:07

The list of hot actresses born in my year is incredible:

Scarlett Johansson
Olivia Wilde
Katy Perry (yeh, I didn’t know she ‘acted’ either)
Freida Pinto
Michelle Ryan
Gemma Atkinson.........

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Post by Mind the windows Tino. on Mon 7 Oct - 22:09

The book round ended with 67 votes.

This has 46 already. Music is obviously the most popular round.

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Post by JuliusHMarx on Mon 7 Oct - 22:10

TopHat24/7 wrote:The list of hot actresses born in my year is incredible:

Scarlett Johansson
Olivia Wilde
Katy Perry (yeh, I didn’t know she ‘acted’ either)
Freida Pinto
Michelle Ryan
Gemma Atkinson.........
Your dad got around a bit...

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Post by Il Gialloblu on Mon 7 Oct - 22:10

Hang on, how many are we voting for here? I've just noticed that I can vote for at least four. (I voted for four.) I was going to change my vote before sending but just clicked on a third one to change it and and it let me keep all three. So I added a fourth, just to check.
 
Might go some way to explaining the missing votes from last time, if one person could vote for loads and then take them away again? So it might not have been multiple aliases I mean.  chin
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Post by Mind the windows Tino. on Mon 7 Oct - 22:13

Il Gialloblu wrote:Hang on, how many are we voting for here? I've just noticed that I can vote for at least four. (I voted for four.) I was going to change my vote before sending but just clicked on a third one to change it and and it let me keep all three. So I added a fourth, just to check.
 
Might go some way to explaining the missing votes from last time, if one person could vote for loads and then take them away again? So it might not have been multiple aliases I mean.  chin
It's meant to be two each, I forgot to add that to the OP. Will do it now.

Adam, is it possible to limit it when you set up a poll?

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Post by Il Gialloblu on Mon 7 Oct - 22:15

I thought so, Tino. I'll cancel and vote for two again to be fair.
 
Thought you might want to know though, as I thought most polls I'd voted in before your tournament were restricted.
 
edit: voted for Simon & Garfunkel and Bob Dylan (Like a...), and not voted for Stones Roses or Joy Division.
 
I honestly misread it at first too and thought Union had nominated Sting's Fields of Gold.
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Post by Rowley on Mon 7 Oct - 22:20

Who nominated Bryan Adams? Come on Tina you owe it to us to out them so they can be subject to ridicule.

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Post by Mind the windows Tino. on Mon 7 Oct - 22:23

Rowley wrote:Who nominated Bryan Adams? Come on Tina you owe it to us to out them so they can be subject to ridicule.
I couldn't possibly say, but I imagine the person who did, hates (in the following order):

Immigrants
The unemployed
Azania
The Smiths

Over to you.

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Post by Galted on Mon 7 Oct - 22:32

Surprised no-one nominated I Fell in Love With a Female Plumber from Harlesden NW10 by Splodgenessabounds.
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Post by Rowley on Mon 7 Oct - 22:37

Galted wrote:Surprised no-one nominated I Fell in Love With a Female Plumber from Harlesden NW10 by Splodgenessabounds.
Was between that and f____in hell, it's Fred Titmuss by half man half biscuit for me.

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Post by Galted on Mon 7 Oct - 22:43

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Galted wrote:Surprised no-one nominated I Fell in Love With a Female Plumber from Harlesden NW10 by Splodgenessabounds.
Was between that and f____in hell, it's Fred Titmuss by half man half biscuit for me.
Just stumbled upon an album called It Just Gets Worse by An*l C*nt, the song titles are something else (they make the band's name seem quite inoffensive).
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Post by Hero on Mon 7 Oct - 22:45

My choices for next round contain such wonderous thespians such as...

Angel & Shannon from Home & Away
Eric from True Blood
Stiffler from American Pie
Elliott from Scrubs
The bloke from Avatar
Fred from Scooby Doo
Sabrina the Teenage Witch
and Ryan Reynolds.

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Post by Mind the windows Tino. on Mon 7 Oct - 22:47

Galted wrote:
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Galted wrote:Surprised no-one nominated I Fell in Love With a Female Plumber from Harlesden NW10 by Splodgenessabounds.
Was between that and f____in hell, it's Fred Titmuss by half man half biscuit for me.
Just stumbled upon an album called It Just Gets Worse by An*l C*nt, the song titles are something else (they make the band's name seem quite inoffensive).
Good grief. How do you 'stumble' across that without first typing an*l or c*nt into google?

"I Sold Your Dog to a Chinese Restaurant" – 0:49

That is my favourite out of the track listing.

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Post by Il Gialloblu on Mon 7 Oct - 22:48

Galted wrote:
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Galted wrote:Surprised no-one nominated I Fell in Love With a Female Plumber from Harlesden NW10 by Splodgenessabounds.
Was between that and f____in hell, it's Fred Titmuss by half man half biscuit for me.
Just stumbled upon an album called It Just Gets Worse by An*l C*nt, the song titles are something else (they make the band's name seem quite inoffensive).
I bet DAVE knows them.

I did chuckle going through their discography a while back. They did one album where all the songs were about picnics and maypoles and stuff. Never listened to them though.
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Post by Adam D on Mon 7 Oct - 22:48

Hero wrote:My choices for next round contain such wonderous thespians such as...

Angel & Shannon from Home & Away
Eric from True Blood
Stiffler from American Pie
Elliott from Scrubs
The bloke from Avatar
Fred from Scooby Doo
Sabrina the Teenage Witch
and Ryan Reynolds.
You jammy swine having Freddie Prinz Jr!!

I had Owen Wilson or Stephen Dorff as the only two names I had heard of!
Stiffler and Sarah Chalke would get some votes.
Meliisa Joan Hart would get one (vote) too

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Post by Mind the windows Tino. on Mon 7 Oct - 22:49

Mind the windows Tino. wrote:

"I Sold Your Dog to a Chinese Restaurant" – 0:49
I Intentionally Ran Over Your Dog" – 0:30

They don't like dogs do they?

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Post by compelling and rich on Mon 7 Oct - 22:51

dam you tino on the next round, haven't barely heard of anyone in my year bar keira bloody knightly who's up there in my list list of worse actresses

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Post by Mind the windows Tino. on Mon 7 Oct - 22:53

compelling and rich wrote:dam you tino on the next round, haven't barely heard of anyone in my year bar keira bloody knightly who's up there in my list list of worse actresses
Yes, it appears the next round isn't all that popular!

Oh well, you could lie and say Jaden Smith?

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Post by Galted on Mon 7 Oct - 22:53

Mind the windows Tino. wrote:
Galted wrote:
Rowley wrote:
Galted wrote:Surprised no-one nominated I Fell in Love With a Female Plumber from Harlesden NW10 by Splodgenessabounds.
Was between that and f____in hell, it's Fred Titmuss by half man half biscuit for me.
Just stumbled upon an album called It Just Gets Worse by An*l C*nt, the song titles are something else (they make the band's name seem quite inoffensive).
Good grief.  How do you 'stumble' across that without first typing an*l or c*nt into google?


By typing an*l and c*nt into google and discovering there's a band by that name.
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Post by Mind the windows Tino. on Mon 7 Oct - 22:54

Galted wrote:
Mind the windows Tino. wrote:
Galted wrote:
Rowley wrote:
Galted wrote:Surprised no-one nominated I Fell in Love With a Female Plumber from Harlesden NW10 by Splodgenessabounds.
Was between that and f____in hell, it's Fred Titmuss by half man half biscuit for me.
Just stumbled upon an album called It Just Gets Worse by An*l C*nt, the song titles are something else (they make the band's name seem quite inoffensive).
Good grief.  How do you 'stumble' across that without first typing an*l or c*nt into google?


By typing an*l and c*nt into google and discovering there's a band by that name.
Fair point.

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Post by Union Cane on Mon 7 Oct - 22:56

So you did it without doing that by doing that?

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Post by Hero on Mon 7 Oct - 22:58

Can't believe I forgot about Joy Division when it's about the only decent thing to ever come out of Macclesfield.

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Post by Mind the windows Tino. on Mon 7 Oct - 23:01

Hero wrote:Can't believe I forgot about Joy Division when it's about the only decent thing to ever come out of Macclesfield.
And Jonathan Agnew

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Post by Mind the windows Tino. on Mon 7 Oct - 23:02

Hero wrote:Can't believe I forgot about Joy Division when it's about the only decent thing to ever come out of Macclesfield.
And, of course, Mr Methane.
Spoiler:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mr._Methane

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Post by compelling and rich on Mon 7 Oct - 23:02

any fans of the newsroom on here, its brilliant if not and one of the actresses is same age!

although i could sell out and put the bird out of mama mia on it, having seen some of the choices in this should get a couple of votes from the moulin rouge lovers

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Post by compelling and rich on Mon 7 Oct - 23:03

oh i went for joy division and oasis

not the best oasis song i admit but has since developed to a favorite from being p1ssed at weddings/parties belting it out at the end of the night

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Post by The Boss on Mon 7 Oct - 23:03

1991 for **** sake. It's gonna be the Niall Quinn round all over again.

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Post by Mind the windows Tino. on Mon 7 Oct - 23:04

compelling and rich wrote:any fans of the newsroom on here, its brilliant if not and one of the actresses is same age!

although i could sell out and put the bird out of mama mia on it, having seen some of the choices in this should get a couple of votes from the moulin rouge lovers
Love The Newsroom. The one that plays Sloane is ridiculously good looking.

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Post by Rowley on Mon 7 Oct - 23:08

Well said Tina, she is indeed lovely.

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Post by compelling and rich on Mon 7 Oct - 23:09

Mind the windows Tino. wrote:
compelling and rich wrote:any fans of the newsroom on here, its brilliant if not and one of the actresses is same age!

although i could sell out and put the bird out of mama mia on it, having seen some of the choices in this should get a couple of votes from the moulin rouge lovers
Love The Newsroom.  The one that plays Sloane is ridiculously good looking.
unfortunately wasn't her, its the one now with pink hair!! good actress just not as fit

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Post by Galted on Mon 7 Oct - 23:10

Union Cane wrote:So you did it without doing that by doing that?

Erm
Did originally say that I was looking for songs with foolish song titles but that looked too defensive so I retyped the second bit without reckoning on the impressively eagle-eyed but disturbingly pedantic Union noticing.
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