Thanks Luke. I had lots of fun playing the songs you and Helen chose from our Request Books. And I do understand about the amount of work there is going through them to choose songs you guys want to hear. But it's the time you guys spent choosing the songs that was a big factor in your party being such a success. As for the end of year charts in those Request Books we send you to choose from, they only list the 100 biggest songs of the year. As a 50 year old, you have lived through and remember at least 45 years of hit songs. Even just having the 100 biggest selling songs of each year to choose from in both the 1974 to 1989 book and the 1990 to 2020 book that we gave you, there are over 4,700 songs listed, so you did get LOTS of big hit songs to choose from, and so it does take a few hours. That's why I suggest at least 3 or 4 of you sit down together to choose the songs, and hopefully then you can have some fun doing it. Since 1990 when the ARIA Top 100 first started, over 300 songs actually go through the weekly Top 100 each year. Even back when Victoria had its own Top 40, then Top 50 from 1960 to 1989, over 220 songs charted each year. It really is amazing just how many songs we can all remember. If our Request Books included every song that charted in the ARIA Top 100 over the past 31 years, that comes to almost 10,000 songs plus for the Victorian Top 40/Top 50 from 1960 to 1989 there are over 6,500 more songs. So a total of 16,500 songs - that would be an impossible task. That's why we only give you the 100 biggest songs of each year. Cheers, Garry.