"Herculean" is pretty astounding, though
Girls Aloud - Something Kinda Ooh: OH MY GOD YOU GUYS, HAVE YOU HEARD THIS SONG BEFORE? IT'S AWESOME? LET'S GO DANCE! COME ON, FINISH YOUR DRINKS!
Seriously, if you can hear this without wanting to be in a dark club with too much alcohol in your bloodstream, you're a better person than I. 
The Gossip - Standing In The Way Of Control: Beth Ditto has one of those voices that are technically quite nice but that doesn't quite jibe with the material – I've been so acclimatized to hearing certain kinds of voices with this kind of abrasive garage rock that it's not so much passion over technique that I want (Ditto has plenty of both), it's passion instead of technique. It's like ordering pizza with barbeque sauce on it instead of tomato sauce – even if both things are good, it doesn't always work. 
K-Sis - Beijos, Blues & Poesia: I find it weirdly endearing when foreign language songs slip a bit of English into the chorus, and the fact that here it's “baby, I love you” is kinda cute. But really, you could tell this was a love song before that, down to the cheesey late 90s electric guitar doing a slowburn in the background. If this wasn't trying so hard, it might be lovely, but until they make something more low key they're going to keep missing the mark. 
Pascal Obispo ft. Melissa Mars - 1980: I have no idea why they're singing about the year 1980, but this sounds exactly like the sort of song that should have come out that year to celebrate the turn of the... decade, I guess. It's got this kind of triumphant feel to it, meanders for far too long but basically remains pleasant, and Obispo and Mars sound lovely singing together. The sax solo is a bit much, and the only really interesting bit is the brief section that stutters the beat, but mostly I want this to have been playing at Epcot Center as the 70s end.