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Mad Music Dementia Top 20, Episode 10-13, March 26, 2010
Topic: Mad Music Dementia Top 20, Episode 10-13, March 26, 2010

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Part 2
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#17Robot Cat (Live at Silver Creek BOTB 2010)Rycehat
#16BubblegumMax DeGroot
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  • All The Same
  •   [first known play]
    Dino-Mike
    Part 4
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    #12Midol debutRobert Lund & Spaff.com feat. Chris Mezzolesta
    #11I Verbed A Noun [new record - 40th consec. week]Below Average Dave
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  • NCIS
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    Dark Alley Murder
    Part 6
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    #7Spring Cleaning debutMax DeGroot
    #6StoogeFighterCirque du So What?
    #5I'm Not Your Personal IT GuyDevo Spice
    Part 8
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  • Inner Voice
  • Sudden Death feat. Worm Quartet
    #1DiG DuG [4th week at #1]Insane Ian
    Next week: Mad Music Dementia Top 20, Episode 10-14, April 2, 2010

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    "DiG DuG" sets a "Particle era" DT20 record with most votes in a single week this week. (DJ Particle)
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    Messages about the show: "Mad Music Dementia Top 20, Episode 10-13, March 26, 2010"

    belowaveragedave   Offline  -  Artist & D.J.  -  03-26-10 12:09 PM  -  9 years ago
    fiogf49gjkf0d
    Thank you all so much for your continued support. I remember when "Me Make Fire" reached 40 weeks total, and thinking 'How on Earth does a song get so much love that it can survive that many weeks on any countdown'. . .well now I've seen it done with my own song, and all I can say is Thank You. . .I have many songs that never cracked the top 20 despite all my effort, ones that I thought were my best work (Text Messaging Ain't Right, Antarctican Terrorists, Squeal Good. . .to name a few), but something about "I Verbed a Noun" was different, and I'm so glad that you guys enjoyed it. As soon as I get a new computer I will get back to recording new stuff, until then look forward to The Mad Music Archive tribute CD ~Deluxe Version~ that Odd Austin is producing as I try to give back with the last song I recorded before my primary computer crashed. Thanks again, and keep it demented!!!
    DJ Particle   Offline  -  Moderator, Artist & D.J.  -  03-26-10 12:47 PM  -  9 years ago
    fiogf49gjkf0d
    And you did P&S one better...you did 40 weeks consecutively :)

    belowaveragedave:
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    Thank you all so much for your continued support. I remember when "Me Make Fire" reached 40 weeks total, and thinking 'How on Earth does a song get so much love that it can survive that many weeks on any countdown'. . .well now I've seen it done with my own song, and all I can say is Thank You.
    Medemia   Offline  -  Artist  -  03-26-10 01:48 PM  -  9 years ago
    fiogf49gjkf0d
    I'm happy for you Dave as this is a great song, but somewhere, deep in my heart, I feel sorry for Paul and Storm because next week, it is possible they won't be that special anymore. :)

    But long live "I Verbed a Noun!"
    belowaveragedave   Offline  -  Artist & D.J.  -  03-26-10 04:55 PM  -  9 years ago
    fiogf49gjkf0d
    LOL Me Make Fire will always be special, they afterall are the ones that set that bar where it is.

    Medemia:
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    I'm happy for you Dave as this is a great song, but somewhere, deep in my heart, I feel sorry for Paul and Storm because next week, it is possible they won't be that special anymore. :)

    But long live "I Verbed a Noun!"
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