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post Nov 6 2017, 08:57 AM
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Do you revisit any of your classic BJSC entries? I know many of us enter some things that are our absolute fave tracks of the moment, but how many of these classic tracks stand the test of time for you?

Of course there will be a few entries that will always remain peerless for you (Push the Button et al for me, Believe Again for Rich, Tich for Ryan puke.gif etc) but are there any tracks that you maybe didn’t love as much at the time that now outshine everything else from that era?

I was revisiting some of my tracks from 51-55 earlier this morning and it got me thinking how many of those tracks are actually still in fairly regular rotation for me. LIII’s (53) ZZ Ward with Put The Gun Down in particular is still an absolute fave and a track I may actually listen to more now than I did 5 years ago
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post Nov 6 2017, 09:33 AM
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I've been revisiting Drop Dead Cynical (my 69) recently. It's no Amaranthine - what is? - and I knew that at the time but it's such a fun track that I love that I brought Amaranthe back for another go with one of their more... brazen entries, that's definitely stood the test of time. And Zhu I'm definitely glad is in my list after not being so sure about it compared to others when I did enter it, Paradise Awaits remains such a bop that's a bit different for me.

Angel With A Shotgun (62) has as well, although that's getting close to my 'peerless' level, I should enter more nightcores (provided it's done tastefully). Before then, I don't know, outside of my obvious two of Nightwish/Amaranthe/maybe Sonsick, it's been ages since I've felt the urge to revisit my tracks from before 2014. I suppose I do look on Love Stuck rather more favourably, although a big part of that is the fact that it is my sole medalist.
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