Stroke 9

Britons Wander Through Their Playing Cards Almost Anywhere They Go

Lucas Jensen | April 14, 2009 11:30 am
Lucas Jensen | April 14, 2009 11:30 am

or a while, I could not go anywhere without hearing Three Doors Down‘s atrocious “Kryptonite”… and that was three years after it was a hit. That song is up there with Stroke 9‘s “Little Black Backpack” and anything by Puddle Of Mudd as my least favorite Modern Rock song ever, so it felt like I was being punished for sins I haven’t even committed. This cosmic joke went on for few months, each time sending me into the spastic fit of the Hate Shakes™. To figure out how this phenomenon plays out across the pond, BBC Radio 2 and the British licensing organism PPL have attempted to quantify the most inescapable songs of the last 75 years. The results are rather surprising:

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