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post Jan 3 2016, 07:45 PM
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Another January, another Reshuffle EOY Chart, hopefully as I've avoided putting totals in the weekly scores, that the order will be somewhat more harder to guess. Other than that it's the same format, this year's chart has incorporated 52 weeks, in this time they have been 113 top 10 hits (41 less than last year! which have been rated by 1642 votes . These are their overall standings.

Obviously, the longer a song has spent in the OCC top ten, the more votes it gets to be higher on either end of the spectrum, this countdown will hopefully be over in January/February, and will run seperately from the main chart which will be posted as normal.

Here are the 113 top ten hits of 2014 in alphabetical order;

"A Bridge Over You" - The Lewisham & Greenwich NHS Choir
"Adventure Of A Lifetime" - Coldplay
"Ain't Nobody (Loves Me Better)" - Felix Jaehn ft. Jasmine Thompson
"All About That Bass" - Meghan Trainor
"All Cried Out" - Blonde ft. Alex Newell
"Alone No More" - Philip George & Anton Powers
"Are You With Me" - Lost Frequencies
"Ayo" - Chris Brown & Tyga
"Bad Blood" - Taylor Swift ft. Kendrick Lamar
"Be Right There" - Sleepy Tom & Diplo
"Bills" - LunchMoney Lewis
"Black Magic" - Little Mix
"Blank Space" - Taylor Swift
"Bloodstream" - Ed Sheeran & Rudimental
"Can't Feel My Face" - The Weeknd
"Can't Stop Playing (Makes Me High)" - Dr. Kucho! & Gregor Salto ft. Ane Brun
"Cheerleader" - OMI
"Come And Get It" - John Newman
"Cool For The Summer" - Demi Lovato
"Cool" - Alesso ft. Roy English
"Do It Again" - Pia Mia ft. Chris Brown & Tyga
"Doing It" - Charli XCX ft. Rita Ora
"Don't Be So Hard On Yourself" - Jess Glynne
"Don't Look Down" - Martin Garrix ft. Usher
"Drag Me Down" - One Direction
"Earned It" - The Weeknd
"Easy Love" - Sigala
"Elastic Heart" - Sia ft. The Weeknd & Diplo
"Fight Song" - Rachel Platten
"Firestone" - Kygo ft. Conrad Sewell
"Five More Hours" - Deorro ft. Chris Brown
"Focus" - Ariana Grande
"Forever Young" - Louisa Johnson
"FourFive Seconds" - Rihanna, Kanye West & Paul McCartney
"Freak Of The Week" - Krept & Konan ft. Jeremih
"G.D.F.R." - Flo Rida ft. Sage The Gemini & Lookas
"Glitterball" - Sigma ft. Ella Henderson
"Gravity" - DJ Fresh ft. Ella Eyre
"Heartbeat Song" - Kelly Clarkson
"Hello" - Adele
"Heroes (We Could Be)" - Alesso ft. Tove Lo
"Hey Mama" - David Guetta ft. Nicki Minaj & Afrojack
"History" - One Direction
"Hold Back The River" - James Bay
"Hold My Hand" - Jess Glynne
"Hotline Bling" - Drake
"House Every Weekend" - David Zowie
"How Deep Is Your Love" - Calvin Harris & Disciples
"I Don't Like It, I Love It" - Flo Rida ft. Robin Thicke & Verdine White
"I Don't Mind" - Usher ft. Juicy J
"I Really Like You" - Carly Rae Jepsen
"IN2" - WSTRN
"Intoxicated" - Martin Solveig & GTA
"Jealous" - Nick Jonas
"King" - Years & Years
"L.A.LOVE (La La)" - Fergie
"Lay Me Down" - Sam Smith Ft. John Legend
"Lean On" - Major Lazer x DJ Snake ft. MŘ
"Let It Go" - James Bay
"Like I Can" - Sam Smith
"Lips Are Movin" - Meghan Trainor
"Locked Away" - R. City ft. Adam Levine
"Lost Stars" - Stevie McCrorie
"Love Me Like You Do" - Ellie Goulding
"Love Yourself" - Justin Bieber
"Marvin Gaye" - Charlie Puth ft. Meghan Trainor
"Never Forget You" - Zara Larsson ft. MNEK
"Not Letting Go" - Tinie Tempah ft. Jess Glynne
"On My Mind" - Ellie Goulding
"Outlines" - Mike Mago & Dragonette
"Over And Over Again" - Nathan Sykes
"Peanut Butter Jelly" - Galantis
"Perfect" - One Direction
"Poison" - Rita Ora
"Promesses" - Tchami ft. Kaleem Taylor
"Runaway (U & I)" - Galantis
"Runnin' (Lose It All)" - Naughty Boy ft. Beyoncé & Arrow Benjamin
"Sax" - Fleur East
"Say Something" - Karen Harding
"See You Again" - Wiz Khalifa ft. Charlie Puth
"Shine" - Years & Years
"Show Me Love" - Sam Feldt ft. Kimberley Anne
"Shut Up + Dance" - Walk The Moon
"Shut Up" - Stormzy
"Somebody" - Natalie La Rose ft. Jeremih
"Something I Need" - Ben Haenow
"Sorry" - Justin Bieber
"Stronger" - Clean Bandit
"Sugar" - Maroon 5
"Sweet Lovin'" - Sigala ft. Bryn Christopher
"Take Me Home" - Jess Glynne
"Take Me To Church" - Hozier
"The Hills" - The Weeknd
"The Nights" - Avicii
"These Days" - Take That
"Thinking Out Loud" - Ed Sheeran
"Trap Queen" - Fetty Wap
"Trouble" - Iggy Azalea ft. Jennifer Hudson
"Turn The Music Louder (Rumble)" - KDA ft. Tinie Tempah & Katy B
"Up" - Olly Murs ft. Demi Lovato
"Uptown Funk" - Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars
"Waiting For Love" - Avicii
"Want To Want Me" - Jason Derulo
"Wasn't Expecting That" - Jamie Lawson
"What Do You Mean" - Justin Bieber
"What I Did For Love" - David Guetta ft. Emeli Sandé
"When The Beat Drops Out" - Marlon Roudette
"Where Are Ü Now" - Skrillex & Diplo ft. Justin Bieber
"Wings" - Birdy
"Wish You Were Mine" - Philip George
"Worth It" - Fifth Harmony ft. Kid Ink
"Writing's On The Wall" - Sam Smith
"You Don't Own Me" - Grace ft. G-Eazy


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Which song do you think will be the least popular in the charts, here's the results from 2009 to 2014

2009: Pitbull - I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho)
2010: Justin Bieber ft. Ludactris - Baby
2011: Chris Brown - Yeah 3X
2012: One Direction - Little Things
2013: One Direction - Story Of My Life
2014: John Legend - All Of Me

Will be announcing the results in a short while.
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Love these countdowns! Shame there's fewer and fewer top 10 hits each year now really...

I hope either Thinking Out Loud or Sugar comes last but probably will be See You Again considering how long that stuck around for.

See another clear winner this year, though not quite to the same degree as the previous year.
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post Jan 3 2016, 08:04 PM
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QUOTE(Leonardo @ Jan 3 2016, 07:45 PM) *
Which song do you think will be the least popular in the charts, here's the results from 2009 to 2014

2009: Pitbull - I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho)
2010: Justin Bieber ft. Ludactris - Baby
2011: Chris Brown - Yeah 3X
2012: One Direction - Little Things
2013: One Direction - Story Of My Life
2014: John Legend - All Of Me

I'd say only 'Baby' was deserving of last place on this list, although I can understand 'All of Me' because it was Top 10 for aaaages which made it feel old really quick and 'Little Things' would probably be in the bottom heap for me too. 'Story of My Life', however, is one of 1D's best and should have been far away from the bottom.
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post Jan 3 2016, 08:08 PM
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I predict Freak Of The Week, Ayo & In2 for the bottom 10. sad.gif
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113. MAROON 5 - SUGAR (-763 POINTS)






WEEKS IN TOP TEN:11
OCC PEAK: 7 (3wks)
RESHUFFLE AVERAGE POSITION: 9
AMOUNT OF 5's RECIEVED: 0
AMOUNT OF -5's RECIEVED: 110
POSITIVE VOTES: 102
NEGATIVE VOTES: 269
RUN: 8-9-10-X-8-9-10-9-10-10-10-10
AVERAGE WEEKLY SCORE -69.3636
LEONARDO'S RATING OUT OF 100 52


Poor Maroon 5, they've dark-horsed their way to the bottom of the EOY for the first time. They have been in the bottom 10 before with "Payphone", but this is A) the largest minus score in a calendar year and B) The first of the bottom finishers to haven't received a single "+5". Oops. The song itself isn't THAT bad, but I can see why it's the bottom spot with inescapable airplay, and longevity whilst only delivering a mediocre love song. Payphone was worse tho.


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Very happy with that, horrific song.
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I can't say I'm displeased about Sugar coming last, I'm definitely glad it's not See You Again.
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112. WIZ KHALIFA FT. CHARLIE PUTH - SEE YOU AGAIN (-717 POINTS)






WEEKS IN TOP TEN:10
OCC PEAK: 1 (2wks)
RESHUFFLE AVERAGE POSITION: 9
AMOUNT OF 5's RECIEVED: 5
AMOUNT OF -5's RECIEVED: 80
POSITIVE VOTES: 80
NEGATIVE VOTES: 261
RUN: 6-9-9-9-10-10-10-10-10-10
AVERAGE WEEKLY SCORE -71.7
LEONARDO'S RATING OUT OF 100 60


Wiz Khalifa manages to avoid the fate of his "Payphone" collaboraters this year, but not by much. The song started out with a mediocre week before plummeting to the bottom of the chart for the rest of its run. The track which SYA puts me most in mind of is "I'll Be Missing You", in the extent that both refer to a death and involve a rap and a R&B hook. Not that i'm saying it's as good as IBMY as the sentiment feels a lot stronger coming from a best friend and a spouse. However it feels churlish to attack it that much, as it holds a special place in the hearts of fans of both Paul Walker and The Fast & Furious franchise. Puth's vocals are to be commended on the track as well.


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QUOTE(Taylor Jago @ Jan 3 2016, 08:50 PM) *
I can't say I'm displeased about Sugar coming last, I'm definitely glad it's not See You Again.


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111. ED SHEERAN - THINKING OUT LOUD (-667 POINTS)






WEEKS IN TOP TEN: 8 (IN 2015)
OCC PEAK: 3 (2wks) IN 2015
RESHUFFLE AVERAGE POSITION: 10
AMOUNT OF 5's RECIEVED: 1
AMOUNT OF -5's RECIEVED: 80
POSITIVE VOTES: 57
NEGATIVE VOTES: 220
RUN: 9-9-10-10-10-10-9-10
AVERAGE WEEKLY SCORE -83.375
LEONARDO'S RATING OUT OF 100 64


Yes, Thinking Out Loud manages to finish in the bottom 10 for two years on the trot, and even lower this year. TOL is indeed the first song to manage two appearances in the bottom 10. Perhaps Ed Sheeran isn't on popular on BuzzJack as the rest of the world, or maybe it falls under the same trappings as Sugar with it being a love song from the male perspective that was hammered by radio. Whatever the result Sheeran's ballad now ranks (combined with last year's total) as the lowest ranking song in the history of the Reshuffle chart with a whopping -912 points. Well at least he didn't get the worst of the year in either year, so it's at least got that.


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I can't think of a more fitting track to have that dishonour biggrin.gif
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110. SAM FELDT FT. KIMBERLEY ANNE - SHOW ME LOVE (-352 POINTS)






WEEKS IN TOP TEN: 4
OCC PEAK: 4 (1wk)
RESHUFFLE AVERAGE POSITION: 10
AMOUNT OF 5's RECIEVED: 2
AMOUNT OF -5's RECIEVED: 40
POSITIVE VOTES: 25
NEGATIVE VOTES: 111
RUN: 10-10-10-10
AVERAGE WEEKLY SCORE -88
LEONARDO'S RATING OUT OF 100 21


As you can see from "Show Me Love"'s total the bottom three were by far the lowest scoring, so the rest of the bottom 10 may be less predictable. Although managing to last a month at the bottom of the Reshuffle chart should indicate that it perhaps wouldn't do well. This is the oh-so-unecessary cover of Robin S.' classic "Show Me Love" which has already been done to death and gained nothing from having the tempo slowed and an unoriginal tropical house production. However this type of songs tend to do well, in the charts for some reason, but I'm glad that this didn't replicate to success in the Reshuffle EOY.


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Thinking Out Loud being so low isn't surprising but it's disheartening for what is a really great song I think.
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109. SAM SMITH - WRITING'S ON THE WALL (-348 POINTS)






WEEKS IN TOP TEN: 6
OCC PEAK: 1 (1wk)
RESHUFFLE AVERAGE POSITION: 10
AMOUNT OF 5's RECIEVED: 3
AMOUNT OF -5's RECIEVED: 43
POSITIVE VOTES: 43
NEGATIVE VOTES: 125
RUN: 10-10-9-X-9-10-10
AVERAGE WEEKLY SCORE -58
LEONARDO'S RATING OUT OF 100 55


When the new Bond film was being made it seemed inevitable that Sam Smith would do the recording following the success that Adele had with "Skyfall", and it seemed to work with Smith bagging the first James Bond theme #1. The critical and general reaction of the song was underwhelmed to say the least, but the most important statistic to remember is that "Skyfall" made the top 10 (#10 actually) in the 2012 YE list whilst "Writing's On The Wall" has finished in the bottom 10 of last year. Also, yes Sam Smith you can do falsetto, probably not the best idea for you to sing almost an entire ballad in it tho.


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More to follow tomorrow, what else do you think will complete the bottom 10?
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'Sugar' doesn't seem that offensive to me; it's nothing special and hung around too long, but other than that, it doesn't really inspire a reaction from me. I actually enjoyed 'See You Again' for a week or so until the overplay kicked in. 'Thinking Out Loud' and 'Show Me Love' are both horrific though and fully deserving of bottom 5.
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I don't mind Sugar but I wouldn't choose to listen to it. See You Again is one of my least favourites of the year - Charlie Puth's vocals on it are so so so grating. But as you say, can't hate on it too much given the sentiment behind it.
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Sugar and See You Again are amazing cry.gif cry.gif

The 3 above them though are all horrific and deserving of bottom 5, all crimes against music sick2.gif Can we have Ayo & especially Lay Me Down Chart Murderers version out next sick2.gif
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This Ed Sheeran & Charlie Puth hate is DISGUSTING. To be even ahead of that Red Nose Day troll song?
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