AT&T's Top Ten Ringtones of the Year

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And the award goes to...major corporations who are making a killing on ringtones. AT&T compiled a list of their top selling ringtones of the year, and while comfortably hiding their massive erections behind the podium, announced them to the world:

1. Shop Boyz - "Party Like a Rockstar"

2. Mims - "This Is Why I'm Hot"

3. Soulja Boy - "Crank That (Soulja Boy)"

4. Nickelback - "Rockstar"

5. Akon - "Don't Matter"

6. T-Pain - "Buy You A Drank (Shawty Snappin)"

7. Hurricane Chris - "A Bay Bay"

8. Sean Kingston - "Beautiful Girls"

9. Huey - "Pop, Lock & Drop It"

10. Fergie - "Big Girls Don't Cry"

I can't wait until nobody gives a crap about these people anymore. Fergie, ten years from now on VH1 eating bon bons on her couch: "In 2007 I had the 10th best selling ringtone in AT&T, a lot of people forget that." [mobilemag]

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Yes, they do charge ridiculous prices for ringtones, but some phones are made in a certain way where you cannot get downloads anyway way other than buying. For example, a sidekick, you can only get ringtones from the download catalogue, you can't make them and put them on the phone unless you are a developer and have a dev key from danger, which they rarely give out and are hard to get. The ringtones used to be $1.99, now they are $2.49, its ridiculous. I wish I could make my own ringtones. And this list doesn't surprise me, seeing as most of those songs were the most popular over the last year. People are always complaining about pop. Pop is pop. When pop is done right, people insult it, when its done "wrong", people insult it. So, if you don't like pop, don't listen to mainstream pop.