Friday, December 29, 2006

9th Green’s Readers Top 25 of 2006

Now it is time to unveil the 2006 9th Green’s Readers Top 25 and if you disagree with the list, you only have yourself to blame. For the most part I was pleased with this list because only one song from my Worst Songs of 2006 made the list and a few songs that I hyped here on the 9th Green but didn’t really catch on in the mainstream mad the list. Hopefully this means some of you have taken my advice thought the year. As for the list, Gnarls Barkley blew everyone away to take first out of the over sixty songs that were submitted. If I were to nit-pick I would say that Weird Al's parody out shined Chamillionaire's version and if I were to include a song by The Fray it would have been How to Save a Life. But anyways. Now unto the list, thanks to everyone who participated and be sure to check back out tomorrow to see where, or if, any of these songs show up on my Top 100 of the year.

1. Crazy - Gnarls Barkley

2. Chasing Cars - Snow Patrol

3. Bad Day - Daniel Powder

4. When You Were Young - The Killers

5. Promiscuous - Nelly Furtado and Timbaland

6. Steady, As She Goes - The Raconteurs

7. Smile - Lily Allen

8. Ridin - Chamillionaire & Krayzie Bone

9. Temperature - Sean Paul

10. SexyBack - Justin Timberlake

11. Black Horse and the Cherry Tree - KT Tunstall

12. Hips Don't Lie - Skakira & Wyclef Jean

13. Over My Head (Cable Car) - The Fray

14. Put Your Records On - Corrine Bailey Rae

15. God's Gonna Cut You Down - Johnny Cash

16. Three More Days - Ray LaMontagne

17. Here it Goes Again - Ok Go

18. Be Without You - Mary J Blige

19. When the Sun Goes Down - Artic Monkeys

20. Ain’t No Other Man - Christina Aguilera

21. White and Nerdy - “Weird Al” Yankovic

22. Not Ready to Make Nice - Dixie Chicks

23. Save Room - John Legend

24. In the Rough - Anna Nalick

25. Fidelity - Regina Specktor


  1. There are actually people who read the 9th Green and dig Sean Paul?
    This is going to take some getting used to.

  2. Hey that Sean Paul song isn't bad, and it just may show up on my top 100. You gotta love that cell phone commercial with the bowler dancing to the song.