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dan-G
post Apr 5 2020, 01:56 PM
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POINTLESS!

Results will commence from 5pm this evening. We got 40 participants in the end, and there will only be one winner.
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post Apr 5 2020, 02:20 PM
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Exciting *.* not expecting to do too well but hopefully it wasn't disastrous laugh.gif
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post Apr 5 2020, 04:01 PM
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Hopefully I can be off to a decent start here, Pointless has never been my strong suit laugh.gif
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post Apr 5 2020, 04:14 PM
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1. name a dance music producer or group who has had at least five UK top 40 hits



well here is a nice easy one to begin with with a load of pointless answers and no one gets more than one point! cheer.gif

a few big names such as Avicii and David Guetta were left off entirely, though Calvin Harris did get one answer, with his tally of 34 hits he is the biggest on this list.

other big hitmakers who were pointless include Moby, Jax Jones, Sash!, Scooter, Armand van Helden and Fatboy Slim who all had over 10 hits.

there are also a few here who you may have forgot or don't even recall having this many hits, including the unfortunately named Corona, and a handful of others from the 90s such as Alice Deejay, Urban Cookie Collective and D Mob.

the oldest act on this list is disco band Chic, who I will count as a dance group even if their style is obviously a fair bit different to what we now consider "EDM".

Afrojack: 8 hits – peaked with ‘Give Me Everything’ (#1, 2011)
Scene, Math
[1 point]

Alice Deejay: 5 hits – peaked with ‘Better Off Alone’ (#2, 1999)
awardinlockdown
[POINTLESS]

Armand van Helden: 12 hits – peaked with ‘You Don’t Know Me’ (#1, 1999)
M4NGO
[POINTLESS]

Artful Dodger: 7 hits – peaked with ‘Re-Rewind’ (#2, 1999)
n4yr
[POINTLESS]

Booty Luv: 5 hits – peaked with ‘Boogie 2Nite’ (#2, 2006)
Vancey
[POINTLESS]

Calvin Harris: 34 hits – peaked with ‘Dance Wiv Me’ (#1, 2008)
Spiceboy
[POINTLESS]

Cappella: 8 hits – peaked with ‘U Got 2 Let The Music’ (#2, 1993)
dandy*, girlsaloudjunkie
[1 point]

Cascada: 6 hits – peaked with ‘Evacuate the Dancefloor’ (#1, 2009)
tgl92
[POINTLESS]

Chic: 8 hits – peaked with’I Want Your Love’ (#4, 1979)
Suedehead2
[POINTLESS]

Corona: 5 hits – peaked with ‘The Rhythm Of The Night’ (#2, 1994)
Dexton, Jester
[1 point]

D Mob: 5 hits – peaked with ‘We Call It Acieed’ (#3, 1988)
Bjork
[POINTLESS]

Fatboy Slim: 14 hits – peaked with ‘Praise You’ (#1, 1999)
George.keh
[POINTLESS]

Flip & Fill: 7 hits – peaked with ‘Shooting Star’ (#3, 2002)
paulgilb
[POINTLESS]

Freemasons: 6 hits – peaked with ‘Uninvited’ (#8, 2007)
Vibe, Mack
[1 point]

Gorgon City: 5 hits – peaked with ‘Ready For Your Love’ (#4, 2014)
PeteFromLeeds, LewisGT
[1 point]

Ian Van Dahl: 6 hits – peaked with ‘Castles in the Sky’ (#3, 2001)
dan.G
[POINTLESS]

Jax Jones: 11 hits – peaked with ‘I Got U’ (#1, 2014)
Jahq
[POINTLESS]

JX: 5 hits – peaked with ‘There’s Nothing I Won’t Do’ (#4, 1996)
WhoOdyssey
[POINTLESS]

Kygo: 8 hits – peaked with ‘Higher Love’ (#2, 2019)
diva thin muffin
[POINTLESS]

Major Lazer: 5 hits – peaked with ‘Cold Water’ (#1, 2016)
Dan17F1
[POINTLESS]

Martin Solveig: 8 hits – peaked with ‘Intoxicated’ (#5, 2015)
Mart!n
[POINTLESS]

Mauro Picotto: 5 hits – peaked with ‘Komodo’ (#13, 2001)
gavindeejay
[POINTLESS]

Moby: 18 hits – peaked with ‘Porcelain’ (#5, 2000)
SamJudd
[POINTLESS]

Nero: 5 hits – peaked with ‘Promises’ (#1, 2011)
Dobbo
[POINTLESS]

Paul van Dyk: 6 hits – peaked with ‘Tell Me Why (The Riddle)’ (#7, 2000)
jimwatts, mdh
[1 point]

Roni Size: 7 hits - peaked with ‘Who Told You’ (#17, 2000)
DalekTurret32
[POINTLESS]

Sash!: 11 hits – peaked with ‘Encore Une Fois’ (#2, 1997)
Jade
[POINTLESS]

Scooter: 11 hits – peaked with ‘The Logical Song’ (#2, 2002)
Coi
[POINTLESS]

Tin Tin Out: 9 hits - peaked with ‘What I Am’ (#2, 1999)
StoneDragon
[POINTLESS]

The Future Sound Of London: 7 hits – peaked with ‘We Have Explosive’ (#12, 1997)
Toilet Rollo
[POINTLESS]

Underworld: 9 hits – peaked with ‘Born Slippy’ (#2, 1996)
Bré
[POINTLESS]

Urban Cookie Collective: 5 hits – peaked with ‘The Key, The Secret’ (#2, 1993)
West
[POINTLESS]

Vengaboys: 9 hits – peaked with ‘Boom, Boom, Boom, Boom!!’ (#1, 1999)
chrissmith276, Riser
[1 point]
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post Apr 5 2020, 04:21 PM
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Hooray! Pleased to have started off with a Pointless answer wub.gif Sash!'s string of #2 hits alone were memorable kink.gif
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post Apr 5 2020, 04:26 PM
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2. name a boyband member as a soloist who achieved a UK top 40 hit.



now onto a style of popular music I'm not so keen on - boybands! but thought this'd make for an interesting question. again it's another one with a wide range of answers so many of you remain pointless.

unfortunately my idea of going for an NSync member I thought everyone else had forgotten didn't prove to be great as JC Chasez had three answers, with no one trying Justin Timberlake.

Nathan Capital FM Sykes also proved somewhat popular as well as Stephen Gately formerly of Boyzone.

a fair few popular people prove to be pointless including Ricky Martin (who I had no idea was in a boyband), Michael Jackson, Robbie Williams and even a former Beatle in George Harrison (who I will count as a boyband due to their earlier output and Beatlemania, even if they have more claim to being a "proper" band than the rest of these).

we get our first wrong answers too, with one trying to use a loophole and go for Skepta. Last time I checked, Roll Deep were not a boyband. D-Mac also gets answered - I couldn't find anything on who this is so I'll count that as wrong too.

Abs Breen of Five – peaked with ‘What You Got’ (#4, 2002)
Vancey, Jade
[1 point]

Antony Costa of Blue – peaked with ‘Do You Ever Think Of Me’ (#19, 2006)
SamJudd
[POINTLESS]

Ben Adams of A1 – peaked with ‘Sorry’ (#18, 2005)
Math
[POINTLESS]

Brian Harvey of East 17 – peaked with ‘Loving You (Ole Ole Ole)’ (#20, 2001)
Jester
[POINTLESS]

Brian McFadden of Westlife – peaked with ‘Real To Me’ (#1, 2004)
Bré
[POINTLESS]

D-Mac [WRONG – sorry, no idea who this is referring to]
Paulgilb
[40 points]

Dane Bowers of Another Level – peaked with ‘Out Of Your Mind’ (#2, 2000)
WhoOdyssey
[POINTLESS]

Duncan James of Blue – peaked with ‘I Believe My Heart’ (#2, 2004)
Scene
[POINTLESS]

George Harrison of The Beatles – peaked with ‘My Sweet Lord’ (#1, 1971)
chrissmith276
[POINTLESS]

JC Chasez of NSync – peaked with ‘Some Girls (Dance With Women)/Blowin’ Me Up (With Her Love)’ (#13, 2004)
dan.G, awardinlockdown, DalekTurret32
[2 points]

Joe Jonas of Jonas Brothers – peaked with ‘This Is Me’ (#33, 2008)
Dexton
[POINTLESS]

Jordan Knight of New Kids On The Block – peaked with ‘Give Ie To You’ (#5, 1999)
Girlsaloudjunkie, Mack
[1 point]

Lee Ryan of Blue – peaked with ‘Army Of Lovers’ (#3, 2005)
West
[POINTLESS]

Liam Payne of One Direction – peaked with ‘Strip That Down’ (#3, 2017)
Mart!n
[POINTLESS]

Mark Owen of Take That – peaked with ‘Child’ (#3, 1996)
gavindeejay
[POINTLESS]

Matt Goss of Bros – peaked with ‘I’m Comin’ With Ya’ (#22, 2003)
Bjork, StoneDragon
[1 point]

Michael Jackson of The Jacksons – peaked with ‘One Day In Your Life’ (#1, 1981)
dandy*
[POINTLESS]

Nathan Sykes of The Wanted – peaked with ‘Over And Over Again’ (#8, 2015)
tgl92, Jahq, Dan17F1
[2 points]

Niall Horan of One Direction – peaked with ‘Slow Hands’ (#7, 2017)
diva thin muffin
[POINTLESS]

Nick Carter of Backstreet Boys – peaked with ‘Help Me’ (#17, 2002)
M4NGO, jimwatts
[1 point]

Ralph Tresvant of New Edition – peaked with ‘The Best Things In Life Are Free’ (#2, 1992)
Toilet Rollo
[POINTLESS]

Ricky Martin of Menudo – peaked with ‘Livin’ La Vida Loca’ (#1, 1999)
Vibe
[POINTLESS]

Robbie Williams of Take That – peaked with ‘Millennium’ (#1, 1998)
Spiceboy
[POINTLESS]

Ronan Keating of Westlife Boyzone – peaked with ‘When You Say Nothing At All’ (#1, 1999)
coi
[POINTLESS]

Shane Filan of Westlife – peaked with ‘Everything To Me’ (#14, 2013)
PeteFromLeeds
[POINTLESS]

Simon Webbe of Blue – peaked with ‘Lay Your Hands’ (#4, 2005)
n4yr, mdh
[1 point]

Skepta of Roll Deep [WRONG – Roll Deep weren’t a boyband, going by what the Wikipedia definition of what a boyband is]
George.keh
[40 points]

Stephen Gately of Boyzone – peaked with ‘New Beginning/Bright Eyes’ (#3, 2000)
Dobbo, Riser, Suedehead2
[2 points]

Zayn of One Direction – peaked with ‘Pillowtalk’ (#1, 2017)
LewisGT
[POINTLESS]
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post Apr 5 2020, 04:32 PM
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Aw I was so sure that I was on to something with Abs laugh.gif ah well, could've gone worse!
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post Apr 5 2020, 04:34 PM
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I nearly went for Peter Noone but wasn't sure whether Herman's Hermits would count as a boyband. If The Beatles count, I suppose HH should as well.
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Wow at the disparate sets of answers, this is going to be quite close!
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post Apr 5 2020, 04:36 PM
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3. name a top 40 hit that Rihanna was the featured artist on.



Rihanna has featured on many a top 40 hit but it was her feature for Nicki Minaj which proved the most popular answer here, where she returned the favour for Nicki guesting on Loud's 'Raining Men'. it's not regarded as a highlight of her feature work which is perhaps what led many to go for it in the hope it had been largely forgotten.

also scoring many points was her first feature for Drake 'Take Care', which I too answered. if only I had gone for their follow-up 'Too Good', I'd have had a pointless answer. 'Can't Remember To Forget You' with Shakira also had many answers.

'All Of The Lights', I will allow as she is credited as a featured artist in some places (although she has no official credit going by OCC/polyhex), this had 2 answers.

pointless answers include the biggest hit of 2010 'Love the Way You Lie' and what was her most recent collab until very recently 'Lemon'. 'Believe It' I would have accepted as it made the chart during the voting period, but no one went for it. her other Eminem collab also got no answers, as well as a few others I have listed at the end of the post.

‘All Of The Lights’ – Kanye West feat. Rihanna & Various Artists (#15, 2011)
Math, mdh
[1 point]

‘Can’t Remember To Forget You’ – Shakira feat. Rihanna (#11, 2014)
n4yr, coi, jimwatts, WhoOdyssey, Toilet Rollo, Jade
[5 points]

‘Fly’ – Nicki Minaj feat. Rihanna (#16, 2011)
M4NGO, SamJudd, chrissmith276, awardinlockdown, Jahq, vancey, DalekTurret32, Suedehead2
[7 points]

‘If I Never See Your Face’ – Maroon 5 feat. Rihanna (#28, 2008)
Scene, paulgilb, tgl92, Dan17F1
[3 points]

‘Lemon’ – N.E.R.D. feat. Rihanna (#31, 2017)
George.keh
[POINTLESS]

‘Live Your Life’ – T.I. feat. Rihanna (#2, 2008)
Mack
[POINTLESS]

‘Love The Way You Lie’ – Eminem feat. Rihanna (#2, 2010)
Spiceboy
[POINTLESS]

‘Loyalty’ – Kendrick Lamar feat. Rihanna (#27, 2017)
Dexton, vibe, LewisGT
[2 points]

‘Run This Town’ – Jay-Z feat. Rihanna & Kanye West (#1, 2009)
Dobbo, diva thin muffin
[1 point]

‘Stay’ [WRONG - Rihanna was the lead performer on this]
Jester
[40 points]

‘Take Care’ – Drake feat. Rihanna (#9, 2011)
dan.G, Bjork, Mart!n, dandy*, West, girlsaloudjunkie, Bré
[6 points]

‘Who’s That Chick?’ – David Guetta feat. Rihanna (#6, 2010)
gavindeejay, PeteFromLeeds, StoneDragon, Riser
[3 points]

Unanswered:
'Believe It' - PartyNextDoor feat. Rihanna (#12, 2020)
‘Princess Of China’ – Coldplay feat. Rihanna (#4, 2011)
‘The Monster’ – Eminem feat. Rihanna (#1, 2013)
‘This Is What You Came For’ – Calvin Harris feat. Rihanna (#2, 2016)
‘Too Good’ – Drake feat. Rihanna (#3, 2016)
‘Wild Thoughts’ – DJ Khaled feat. Rihanna & Bryson Tiller (#1, 2017)
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post Apr 5 2020, 04:38 PM
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Ouch. That’s me out then.
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I so nearly went for 'This Is What You Came For'!! sad.gif ugh laugh.gif
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Ooh this isn’t going so well for MeV so far! rolleyes.gif
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post Apr 5 2020, 04:41 PM
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A surprising number of possible answers that were not chosen by anyone for Q3.
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post Apr 5 2020, 04:44 PM
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4. name an artist who is a "proper" one hit wonder of the 21st century (one #1 single, absolutely no other top 40 hits)



I'm not doing too well so far as I again go for the most popular option going with Tomcraft whose sole hit was 'Loneliness'. jointly first is the Sak Noel chart topper 'Loca People'. Dance one hit wonders are fairly popular here with a few others being chosen, though none score you more than a point unless you went for Tom or Sak.

3 of a Kind – ‘Babycakes’ (2004)
Vibe
[POINTLESS]

Bingo Players – Get Up (Rattle) (2013)
Riser
[POINTLESS]

Cody Wise – ‘It’s My Birthday’ (2014)
Dobbo, SamJudd
[1 point]

DJ Mental Theo’s Bazzheadz - ‘Now You’re Gone’ (2008)
WhoOdyssey
[POINTLESS]

Frankee – ‘F.U.R.B. (F U Right Back)’ (2004)
Scene, vancey
[1 point]

KDA – ‘Turn The Music Louder (Rumble)’ (2015)
George.keh
[POINTLESS]

Kimbra – ‘Somebody That I Used To Know’ (2012)
Suedehead2
[POINTLESS]

Kleerup – ‘With Every Heartbeat’ (2007)
diva thin muffin
[POINTLESS]

Kyla – ‘One Dance’ (2016)
Bré
[POINTLESS]

Las Ketchup – ‘Asereje (The Ketchup Song)’ (2002)
Spiceboy, Toilet Rollo
[1 point]

Lukas Graham – ‘7 Years’ (2016)
tgl92, PeteFromLeeds
[1 point]

MAGIC! – ‘Rude’ (2014)
Bjork
[POINTLESS]

Nizlopi – ‘JCB Song’ (2005)
M4NGO, girlsaloudjunkie
[1 point]

Rachel Platten – ‘Fight Song’ (2015)
Mart!n, Jahq
[1 point]

Rui Da Silva – ‘Touch Me’ (2001)
Gavindeejay, Jester
[1 point]

Sak Noel – ‘Loca People’ (2011)
chrissmith276, Dexton, West, Mack, DalekTurret32
[4 points]

Sam and the Womp – ‘Bom Bom’ (2012)
n4yr, dandy*
[1 point]

Secondcity – ‘I Wanna Feel’ (2014)
Paulgilb, Jade
[1 point]

Steve Brookstein – ‘Against All Odds’ (2005)
awardinlockdown
[POINTLESS]

Storm Queen – ‘Look Right Through’ (2013)
Coi, mdh
[1 point]

The Kumars – ‘Spirit In The Sky’ (2003)
Dan17F1
[POINTLESS]

Tomcraft – ‘Loneliness’ (2003)
dan.G, Math, LewisGT, StoneDragon, jimwatts
[4 points]
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post Apr 5 2020, 04:47 PM
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I honestly thought no one would remember Rihanna's Maroon 5 collab damn. laugh.gif Pleased to see no one else went for Duncan James - nearly went for Lee Ryan instead!
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Soooo close! I tried to think of an example from the One Hit Wonders show and Secondcity just came to my head first.
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I guess one point isn't too bad (damn you Martin x) but I did wonder whether I should go for Tones & I, who technically fits right now but perhaps hasn't had quite enough time to prove herself.
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5. name a top 10 hit credited to Avicii.



out of Avicii's top 10 hits it ended up being 'You Make Me' as the clear most popular answer here, with it getting you 8 points - comparatively a lot in this round. two of his biggest hits such as 'Levels' and 'Wake Me Up' were however pointless, though other megasmash 'Hey Brother' wasn't so lucky and got 4 points - it's always a gamble going for a big song. 'Waiting For Love' was the 2nd-most answered here unfortunately for me, and tying with 'Hey Brother' is the Leona non-collaboration 'Collide'.

'Lovers on the Sun' was a top 10 hit, going to #1, however as much as Avicii deserved a credit on the track, he didn't get one officially as a performer so it is wrong. As is 'Heaven', which peaked at #20.

‘Collide’ (#4, 2011)
paulgilb, tgl92, girlsaloudjunkie, Dan17F1, DalekTurret32
[4 points]

‘Heaven’ [WRONG – was not a top 10 hit, even if it really should’ve been #1 for 15 weeks]
Jester
[40 points]

‘Hey Brother’ (#2, 2013)
Scene, dandy*, West, Math, LewisGT
[4 points]

‘I Could Be The One’ (#1, 2013)
n4yr, Mart!n
[1 point]

‘Levels’ (#4, 2011)
vibe
[POINTLESS]

‘Lonely Together’ (#4, 2017)
PeteFromLeeds, Riser
[1 point]

‘Lovers on the Sun’ [WRONG – Avicii had a production credit but was not credited as a performer]
diva thin muffin
[40 points]

‘SOS’ (#6, 2015)
Dobbo, Bjork, Bré
[2 points]

‘The Nights’ (#6, 2015)
awardinlockdown, Jahq, vancey, Suedehead2
[3 points]

‘Waiting For Love’ (#6, 2015)
dan.G, coi, M4NGO, SamJudd, chrissmith276, Toilet Rollo
[5 points]

‘You Make Me’ (#5, 2013)
George.keh, Dexton, gavindeejay, StoneDragon, Mack, jimwatts, WhoOdyssey, mdh, Jade
[8 points]

‘Wake Me Up’ (#1, 2013)
Spiceboy
[POINTLESS]
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Arrggh - strong start then it's getting gradually worse!
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