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Topic: Biggest hit vs. best song (Read 301 times)

  • OakdaleFTL
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Biggest hit vs. best song
The one that brings this to my mind is Sammy Davis, Jr.'s "Candy Man," which was boffo!. But surely "In the Shelter of Your Arms" was a better song, and a much better performance.
Your candidates?
(We can skip ABBA's "Dancing Queen" -- unless I'm unaware of a better song from them: That seems to be a darned near perfect pop song!)
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  • ersi
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Re: Biggest hit vs. best song
Reply #25
(Still don't know why I can't embed videos...)
Probably a Mac user thing. The normal procedure would be to test it in all browsers you have, not just one, and when you report about it, describe your actions more fully.

  • Frenzie
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Re: Biggest hit vs. best song
Reply #26
(Still don't know why I can't embed videos...)
The script assumes a URL either of the form you see in the addressbar (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uNOD1686CDg) or what you get when you click share (https://youtu.be/uNOD1686CDg). I suppose I could add support for your type of URL, but I'm not entirely sure it's the right thing to do. Linking to that is user-unfriendly and it takes a certain amount of tech savvy to acquire it in the first place.