iPod President Top Tens

Here are the top ten favourites of the Presidential candidates as revealed to Blender.com:

BARACK OBAMA
1. Ready or Not Fugees (1996)
2. What’s Going On Marvin Gaye (1971)
3. I’m On Fire Bruce Springsteen (1985)
4. Gimme Shelter Rolling Stones (1969)
5. Sinnerman Nina Simone (1965)
6. Touch the Sky Kanye West (2006)
7. You’d Be So Easy to Love Frank Sinatra (rec. 1961)
8. Think Aretha Franklin (1968)
9. City of Blinding Lights U2 (2004)
10. Yes We Can will.i.am (2008)

JOHN McCAIN
1. Dancing Queen Abba (1976)
2. Blue Bayou Roy Orbison (1963)
3. Take a Chance On Me Abba (1977)
4. If We Make It Through December Merle Haggard (1973)
5. As Time Goes By Dooley Wilson (rec. 1942)
6. Good Vibrations The Beach Boys (1966)
7. What A Wonderful World Louis Armstrong (1967)
8. I’ve Got You Under My Skin Frank Sinatra (rec. 1956)
9. Sweet Caroline Neil Diamond (1969)
10. Smoke Gets In Your Eyes The Platters (1958)

Dale will be voting for McCain on the basis of his #1 choice alone. The One’s #10 choice of will.i.am is a bit mastubatory – it consists of excerpts from his speeches set to music.

Which set Guido thinking, what do Gordon and the other Labour leadership candidates have as their Top Ten on their iPods currently? A prize of a George Bush Cut Out and Dress Up Doll’s Book to the best entry (courtesy of Cowley Street’s LibDem HQ – don’t ask). In the comments please…

Charts via Toby Harnden




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