Fri 2/8/2013 9:12a
|This topic is for Discussion of Latest: Video: WatchMojo Counts Down Disney's Top 10 Traditionally Animated Songs|
Do you agree with their list?
|2||Schmitty Good Vibes|
Fri 2/8/2013 9:12a
|I've got to agree with their No. 1 pick. I think No. 2 should have been Under The Sea. Someday My Prince Will Come should have ranked higher. Beauty and the Beast?? My ears bleed when I hear Angela Lansbury sing. I saw Hercules. It was O.K., but I can't even remember Go the Distance. How did it make the top 10?|
Fri 2/8/2013 9:40a
|Feh ... a list by 90s kids with tunnel vision. |
"Go the Distance" is in, but not "Baby Mine", "Bella Notte" "You Can Fly", "Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo", "Once Upon a Dream", "Say It With a Slap" ... well OK, maybe not that last one.
Fri 2/8/2013 9:42a
|PS - They said "no computer animation". Which technically rules out everything from Beauty and the Beast forward. Especially that ballroom. |
Fri 2/8/2013 1:22p
|If you must pick Hercules, Zero to Hero is better.|
Fri 2/8/2013 1:23p
|>>If you must pick Hercules, Zero to Hero is better.<<|
To be perfectly frank about it, if you must pick Hercules, then shut up and go away. You are not qualified to be doing this list.
Fri 2/8/2013 1:59p
|Hercules has great music. "Go The Distance" is just about perfect.|
"Zero to Hero" is great, too. So is "I Won't Say I'm in Love" and "A Star is Born."
"One Last Hope" is a very well-written song. It's just performed by Danny DeVito...
Fri 2/8/2013 3:10p
|Aw, come on mawnck! "Say it with a Slap" is one of Disney's most unique songs out there! Just try to watch it without breaking a smile. It gets me every time!|
As for Hercules, I agree that it probably shouldn't be included on the list. But if you have to include something, "Zero to Hero" is much better than "Go the Disntance", IMO (though there are a lot of people out there who disagree; I honestly barely remember it even being in the film).
And I also agree with Schmitty about the inclusion of "Beauty and the Beast". Again, if you must include a song from that film, "Belle" or "The Mob Song" would have been much better choices. Despite somehow winning an Oscar, the BATB title song has always felt very contrived, and just left me completely flat.
|9||u k fan|
Fri 2/8/2013 4:02p
|Yeah, it's a very narrow list and considering it's very 90's based how did HoND get snubbed? Hellfire or Out There deserves a place on that list for sure.|
You're never going to please everyone with these lists, but aside from a few obvious picks they seem to have forgotten that WDFA didn't start up in 1989!!!
Sat 2/9/2013 12:30p
|A ridiculous list. #1 is a no-brainer, but the 90's heavy rest of it is just lame. |
And, as others have said, if you're going to do the heavy-on-the-90's thing, why not Hellfire? Because they didn't have a clip of a pop star doing their version, that's why.