|Top 20 Afi Songs|
This was a pretty difficult list to make as they rrhave so many albums, I tried rto be as diverse as rpossible including a song from reach LP. Let Me know rrwhat ya think.
The Leaving Song Pt. 2
Second single off of 'Sing the Sorrow', the only reason I really need is the
|2||Days of the Phoenix|
Off 'The Art of Drowning', the beginning immediately gets the toes tapping and
head bopping. This flip-flops between 1 & 2 for me.
Total Immortal is off of 'All Hallows EP' and is one of the first AFI songs I
heard. So it is definitely a nostalgic song for me.
|4||Girl's Not Grey|
First single off of 'Sing The Sorrow' and truly showed how much AFI was adapting
and being creative since the punk rock days.
Off of 'Black Sails In the Sunset', Jade Puget has stated that "Malleus
this song shows the influence Jade had in the band and how he changed the
direction from punk rock to more a goth rock/emo.
|6||Silver and Cole|
The third single off of 'Sing The Sorrow' had a slower pace to it then the
singles. Slow piano intro followed by drums really grabs you early on. The
chants "YOUR SINS IN TO ME!" clinch it.
|7||A Single Second|
For all you waiting for some old school stuff, here it is. Off of 'Shut Your
Open Your Eyes', this may be high for it but this is a very nostalgic song for
mentioned above I was late to dive into AFI and went through all their old
numerous times before Sing the Sorrow was out yet.
|8||Brownie Bottom Sundae|
Off of 'Answer that and Stay Fashionable', is an awesome punk song off their
second album. The drumming intro is easily my favorite of all AFI songs.
|9||He Who Laughs Last...|
Off of their first album 'Very Proud of Ya', again probably high but I love the
of this song, not to mention the very punk lyrics that related to me when I
|10||Love Like Winter|
We get back into the newer stuff at this point, off of 'Decemberunderground',
people dislike this album but I actually do enjoy it. It is not on par with
albums but still different than the majority of music that was coming out at the
|11||A Deep Slow Panic|
Off of their latest release 'Burials' this is the first AFI song I have heard
the Sorrow that truly had me excited. Slow buildup leading into a very catchy
chorus that Davey?s voice sounds great on.
|12||God Called In Sick Today|
Off of 'Black Sails In the Sunset', truly a phenomenal song. It has everything
are looking for in an AFI song. Davey singing, screaming and just going all in
track. Honorable mention to the live version on 'I Heard A Voice' - great
Off of 'Black Sails in the Sunset', this was the second song (first if not
intro) on this CD and right away you could tell this isn't the same old AFI
Off of 'The Art of Drowning', this song has so much energy plus Davey at his
This track consistently stands out for me on an album full of standouts.
|15||This Time Imperfect|
This was a hidden track off of 'Sing the Sorrow'. This was a very slow, romantic
song that ended the album in a great way. Ending to the song is the highlight
|16||This Secret Ninja|
Off of 'Very Proud of Ya', "when you gonna say hello, but you don't know me, you
just know what you seeeeee?" Again punk was great back then.
Off of 'Burials', catchy, dancy, and Davey?s voices sounds better than ever.
|18||Your Name Here|
Off of 'Answer that and Stay Fashionable', very fast catchy punk song.
This is the only track you will see me talk about nicely off of 'Crash Love'.
a few decent songs off this but this is the worst album AFI has ever released in
|20||...but home is nowhere|
The closer on 'Sing the Sorrow' slowly builds and finishes with Davey wailing
the chorus and to finish it. This has been one of my favorites off that album