I just sneaked into the top ten with my Ultravox track. 'Sleepwalk' isn't one of their most well-known songs so I'm pleased with that... I wonder if anybody has entered their most famous song in the next round!
I thought I'd sneak top 10 but sadly not, The Thorne got in there first with my first choice. But it wasn't The Cure's most famous song and it was a strong field so I didn't really expect to do amazingly. Thanks to those who voted for it.
Congrats smokeyb - even despite my somewhat disparaging comments earlier, it is a good song and did get a fair few points from me.
Well-hosted Last Dreamer - I enjoyed the Eurovision thing looking forward to 1981.
One of my alt choices was this which would probably have done better - surprised no-one else picked it:
Post by raliverpool on Feb 12, 2019 20:55:41 GMT 1
Just out of interest:
How the following included, did in the 1980s KO contest:
1. SmokeyB (Martha & Muffins) - 118 - Last 64 KO'd by The Specials - Ghost Town 2. Throne (Joy Division) - 110 - 2nd beaten by Blondie - Atomic 3. Earl Purple (Madness) - 100 - Last 64 KO'd by The Clash - Rock The Casbah 4. Raliverpool (David Bowie) - 94 Last 32 KO'd by Joy Division - LWTUA 5. Mic1812 (Jam) - 92 Last 128 KO'd by Duran Duran - Save A Prayer 6. Lewis17 (Olivia Newton-John) - 87 Last 512 KO'd by Crowded House - Don't Dream It's Over 7. Rubcale (Vapors) - 71 Last 512 KO'd by Soft Cell - Tainted Love 9. Smurfie (Barbra Streisand) - 65 Last 128 KO'd by Eurythmics & Aretha Franklin - Sisters Are Doin' It For Themselves 11. Greendemon (Cure) - 47 Last 256 KO'd by Erasure A Little Respect 13. Razzle Dazzle (Ramones) - 40 Last 1024 KO'd by Roxy Music - Avalon 14. Last Ridge Racer (Don McLean) - 39 Last 1024 KO'd by Billy Ocean - Suddenly