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My Top 8 Favorite Songs Ever

the title says it all
1Refused
New Noise

i first heard this when i was starting to change from mainstream rock, to 'real music' as i call it. this song is the most breathtaking piece of music ever written from the palm-muted g string opening to dennis screaming the new beat, this is in my opinion, an experience you need to listen to.
2Head Automatica
Beating Hearts Baby

first off, let me say i am not a glassjaw fan at all, but listening to Daryl Palumbo's vocals on this album makes me curious. i live with my 4 sisters, so every now and then, ill listen to the typical Freshman 15, Breathe Carolina, and strangely enough Head Automatica. i got this song from my sisters, and it was at that moment, my faith for the teen generation today has been restored. most may be against this, but for me, what makes a great album/song is replay value. and this has it.
3The Beatles
I've Just Seen A Face

i first got into the Beatles by my dad, and a little while after, i heard about 'Across The Universe'. so, after many pleadings from my girlfriend at the time, i went to go see it. let me say, that when the moment Jim Sturgess began singing his version, i knew i had to check it out. and i was right. bob dylan is one of my greatest influences ever, so naturally i fell in love with this song's folk-rock nature. from the finger-picked opening lines to the final words of Paul McCartney, this is the Beatles at their best, by me.
4Vains of Jenna
Enemy In Me

if you've heard this song, and if you know me in real life, you know this is a match made in heaven. the only other thing im going to say about this, is that Lizzy Devine's vocals on this song makes up for lit up/let down, which in my opinion could've been way better.
5I See Stars
3-D

another song i got from my sisters. as mentioned earlier, i grew up listening to generic pop punk. i think without the screamer, this song wouldve just been okay. but i love how diverse their sound is on this track. some may complain about the use of auto-tune, but i think it just flows together with the rest of their sound. and i'm just gonna put this out there, but i'm sucker for when singers sing the word 'alright' like Devin does at 0:48 into the song.
6Sublime
April 29, 1992

this, for me, is one of those songs where you just cant really explain it, but it just seems so perfect when you listen to it. i was doing a report of the Los Angeles riots, and the time i first heard this song, and i was going through my Ska phase, so naturally i grew to this song. i'm not saying it's better then, say, 'Santeria', i'm just saying i personally enjoy listening to this better than 'Santeria'.
7Less Than Jake
Nervous In The Alley

Hello Rockview, is one of the best, if not the best ska album ever made. having said that, nervous in the alley just screams ska, from the opening trumpet blasts to the last strum of the guitar this is a classic, no matter what anyone says.
8Mgmt
Love Always Remains

this song saved my life. i won't go into detail about that, but this is the catchiest song i've ever heard, and it is sadly underrated, and it just showcases Andrew and Ben's writing skills. some might agree that it lags at 5 and a half minutes, but for me, it's all build up to the infectiously catchy If we hold the hand that rapes the hand, and everyone can feel the hand, and nothing's gonna change, it could be the time we're living in, we'll never feel so safe again, but love always remains
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