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Mad Music Top 20 Revenge, Episode 14-01, January 3, 2014
Topic: Show 489

CELEBRITY SKYPE - Kavo, Turel

This show has 12 parts:


Part 1
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#25
  • Luigi's Ballad
  • Starbomb
    #24
  • I Choose You to Die
  •   [first known play]
    Starbomb
    #23
  • Misty Mountains Rap
  • The Warp Zone
    #22
  • In My Mine
  • Letomi
    Part 4
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    #12(Do It On My) Twin Bed debut  [first known play]Saturday Night Live
    #11James Bond Drinks debut  [only known play]Beatlesex
    Part 5
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  • So Many Fwends
  • Nuclear Bubble Wrap
  • She Blinded Me With Drano
  •   [first known play]
    Mr. Wompy
  • Fight the System
  •   [first known play]
    Dino-Mike feat. The Gothsicles
    Part 6
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    Jaws  [first known play]Lemon Demon
    Hello Monsta  [first known play]Boyinaband feat. Minx & Markiplier
    Feeding Cattle in the USA  [only known play]Derek Klingenberg
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    #10
  • Super Monkey Ball
  • [excerpt]
    Insane Ian
    #9
  • Bohemian Rhapsody: Star Wars Edition
  • [excerpt]
    University of Advancing Technology
    Part 7
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    Steady Stackin' Chips  [only known play]Young Stroke
    All That Matters Parody  [only known play]Bart Baker
    Too Broke  [first known play]Kavo
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    #8
  • Playing Zelda (Instead of Christmas)
  • [excerpt]
    TV's Kyle
    #7
  • Suit Up!
  • [excerpt]
    Insane Ian
    Part 8
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    #6Wizard Lyfe [biggest mover - up 14]TV's Kyle
    Hunter With a Shotgun  [first known play]Letomi
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    #5
  • Piratz Tavern
  • [excerpt]
    Devo Spice
    #4
  • Eat, Sleep, Raid, Repeat
  • [excerpt]
    DJ Particle
    Part 9
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    Part 10
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    f**k Content ID  [first known play]Dan Bull
    Goldfish Stew  [only known play]Calvin Stewart
    BaconStucco Lobster Breadbox
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    #3
  • Steve the Pirate (Live)
  • [excerpt]
    Steve Goodie
    #2
  • Joss, Give Me A Season
  • [excerpt]
    Insane Ian feat. The Stacey
    Part 11
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  • Big Box Store
  • Arrogant Worms
    As Some Day It May HappenStewie Griffin
    Shangri-LaThe Rutles
    Part 12
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    #1Who Is The Doctor? [2nd week at #1]Devo Spice
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    Messages about the show: "Mad Music Top 20 Revenge, Episode 14-01, January 3, 2014"

    davidtanny   Offline  -  Artist & D.J.  -  01-04-14 10:46 PM  -  5 years ago
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    In addition, you can load up any playlist of any show to see a selection of songs for ideas on what songs to vote on, then click a song title, and hit "Vote" on the page.

    davidtanny   Offline  -  Artist & D.J.  -  01-05-14 10:56 PM  -  5 years ago
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    Hence one of the reasons you outlined why I quit the DT20 after 2007. Doubling the votes for my songs? True. Not mentioned by you: doubling the votes for other people's songs. Also true. Another reason: passwords were being shared via e-mail to my album owner's friends who didn't buy them (everybody got a different password when they bought one of my albums), thus making extra work for me to filter out (successfully) the people who used the duplicated passwords. I also got tired of being #1 after the second year in a row and the DT20 was losing its cred, in fact, it was already a joke when I shut down the project in 2007.

    I'm not going to mention the names of some of the people using the ill-obtained passwords they did not earn because it would not be cool.

    I did get enough money from the sales to restart dfsxradio in 2008 with a lower priced stream (the one prior to July 2007 cost me $480 a year for 1 gig of song storage, the smaller 250 mb one cost around $120 a year). My album sales were helping to pay for some of the costs of renting the stream from live365.

    Anyway, I learned from all of the mistakes I made and the loopholes that allowed the chart to become one for the artists instead of one for the listeners, its real intended purpose. The 2014 year of the FT40 run by me addresses all of the shortcomings of the old DT20, the new DT20, and the previous years FT10/20/30 weekly charts. One big notice is no Quick Ballot or the old style implied endorsements of the songs listed on the now defunct DT era of the DT20 ballots. People can type in any qualified song they want in a minute.



    DJ Particle   Offline  -  Moderator, Artist & D.J.  -  01-05-14 11:00 PM  -  5 years ago
    fiogf49gjkf0d
    What I said was that purchasing your albums caused those people's votes to count with more weight than those who did not purchase. The result was that your fans' votes counted more, and they were more likely to vote for your stuff, which is why your songs placed higher than normal. Simple math.
    Wacky Ben   Offline  -  Artist & D.J.  -  01-11-14 10:21 AM  -  5 years ago
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    As much as I would like to see other comedy musicians join the FuMP the only one you mentioned that I disagree on is Shane Dawson because in my opinion he's not funny hence why I don't play his songs on my show except that one time on the musical turkeys episode back in 2012.
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