Here's some opinions, because I feel bad about polluting the thread and making someone clean it all up:
A Different Monkey: Hmmmm, this is kind of cool, as like a background music thing. I would put this on a mix if I was cooking dinner to impress someone; it's got a laid-back kind of groove thing going on here. Good pacing, until the last 20 seconds, when your out of tuney vox present a weird coda to frame the song. I would end it early, like at 2:41. This song is okay.
Andre was here at midnight: Okay, what the? Timing issues abound: cramming the words into the lines for one, and then like at 0:38, every single instrument is offtime from each other. Which can be a useful technique if it all breaks down to a mess and then build up again, but here it just sounds like a mistake. Echchh, the same thing kind of happens later on to a lesser degree. I did not like this song.
Anonymous musings: oh, I don't like spoken wordy pieces, but sometimes they are tolerable when there's an interesting story or clever wordplay going on. These words don't really seem to be about anything all that memorable. The music in the background might have been cool if you added other stuff to it. I mean, it sounds like you can play a moodyguitar, but there's no song. I don't like this song.
Andy Balham: ooooookay, freaky weird voice. I don't care for your voice, and it sounds too loud and double tracky to where it sounds like karaoke. The song underneath, it's not bad for a barband kind of song. Except that "dark, dark" part. That is just terrible. The sample parts make the whole thing feel draggy. Around 2:00 I start looking to see how much more time is left. Okay, here's the thing, the notes of the melody are all very close to each other for the whole song, so that every part sounds like every other part and there doesn't seem to be any buildup or tension throughout the song. Like the prechorus feels like it should be higher, to push the song through to the chorus, but it doesn't. Five minutes is a bit too long for this song.
Bjam: hmmmmm, okay nice job starting on the chorus, and the title makes for a good hook. Your voice sounds like it has some character that you are holding in reserve. Fucking run around the block or do something to get your blood pumping next time you sing. Ooooh, there needs to be something during the break, like a guitar solo or something, to keep the memento flowing. Oh man, keep it going at the end, repeat the chorus some more, because, well, just because. This song is an okay little folky thing.
creep: yeah, mix the vox in better. Not bad, but not really great either. Kind of boring me with it's "play this part 4 times, play that part 4 times". The verses could be kind of nondescript like this if there was a really really great chorus. The thing that you have as the chorus now, it's too nondescript. Cut it in half (only play the progression twice) and use it as a pre-chorus, and then write a killer chorus. Then the song would be much better. I don't like this song much like this.
deshead: This is a cool song, I don't care for the nicey-nice arrangement and production though. I could hear this half-again as fast with big guitars and hardcore drums and me really getting into it. Nice job.
FWC: hmmmm turn up the synths or something and put something on your voice. This seems not enough in one direction or the other. Not really slow and empty enough to seem fragile and heartbroken, not really arranged enough to make me prick up my ears. Hmmmm, some kind of instrumental breakdown needs to happen, but I don't think the drum thing at the end is it. Something else. This isn't holding my attention as is.
GC and the Halfracks: Very GC. I'm putting "Make a GC parody" on my list of "Things I'll never get around to". The verse announces that, yes, this is a GC song, but the prechorus and chorus really do it for me. I like contrast in feels in the shift from one part to another. Was this a collaborative writing effort? Sounds cool.
Heuristics Inc: hmmmm, okay, when the vocals come in, that's pretty much it for me, and I don't want to listen to anymore. I do not like this song.
Jake Holmes: hmmmm, cool whalefart noises. Okay, words came in at the exact right point, I was about to say "fuck this wankery". Okay, I really hope this kicks into a more standard song structure, as it's building a lot of tension. Hmmmm, okay such a divergent shift was not what I was expecting. It sounds like two complete songs, one after the other. I was kinda getting into the first one a bit before it changed, and the second one I wasn't getting into at all, maybe because of the stark shift.
Kapitano and TVs Kyle: sounds like Beck's Loser with different words and no slide guitar, which is the hook. Neat words on the chorus. Then it segues into a Gangsta's Paradise type rap thing. Hmmmmm, I don't like this song.
KSDBnS: Hmmmm, kind of an unKen sounding song. More guitars, less synths. This is a nice song, but the synths are like farting right up in my ear. I like this song, but not them synths.
Likely Lads: hahahhahahahah, wtf THIS IS AWESOME dearlord, this is ridiculously awesome. hahahahh, he speaks to me in a Texas drawl. This is great and this would sound awesome in a club played 20% faster and if I had like 3 beers. Nice job.
McCulloch Slash Carrier: hmmmm, too niceynice sounding. Just kind of trucks along being all nice and whatnot. The chorus feels like a rip of that CSNY song... "Daaaaark all day... and know they love you". This song is not bad, but it's kind of boring.
Motor Monkeys: There's a cool laidback vibe going on here, and the pacing is good here. But I hate the singer for Coldplay, and anyone who sounds remotely like him. And I'm afraid you fall close enough to that tree for me to be annoyed by this voice. Sorry.
Poor June: eeeeeegads, those recorders are insanity. Destroy them. The song would be okay without them. But it would still feel long, I'm afraid. Push the vox at some point so we feel motivated to keep ignoring the recorders. AUUUHGHGHGHH THE INSANITY
Rockin the Oxen: ooooooookay, you are strange. As a song, it is repetitive and boring, and it feels like an unconnected series of musical parts. As a musical-troll, it's not all shocking like dub's "On My Block", or even annoying like whatever songs LEF wrote about The Sober Irishman. I don't get why being gay should be an insult, or why a song about homosexual sex should be funny. I can't think of one level on which this song succeeds.
Sober: okay, you can't put in a bridge in at the 30 second mark. That part feels like such a bridge, and it needs to be delayed. There's not enough here for how long it is. It's just like the same two little themes played at different speeds. There needs to be more of a song here, so it doesn't feel so repetitive.
Southwest Statistic: Nice big radio sound here. Needs a chorus, stat, or at least some emotive singing over the instrumental break part that leads back into the verse part. If I called up a radio station to request this song, there's no identifying feature by which I would let them know what song it was if I didn't remember the title, which after listening to it, I can't. Put something like that in the song.
Wreckdom: hahahahhaha wtf "Tales... of RIBALDRY!!!" It's like a fucked up version of "Twas the Night Before Christmas" where Santa is a zombie from Hell. I don't like the part where the vocals stop for a measure or two, it kills the flow. And I don't like the part where the accordion thing starts to stick out towards the end. That kills the flow too. And then it kind of just dies at the end. Okay, this made me laugh, I'll say that much.
If I could ever remember to vote, I'd vote for the Likely Lads.