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10 Killer Collaborative Songs

a song where a guest arist(s) show up on a song
1P.J. Harvey
This Mess We're In (Feat. Thom Yorke)

To me, one of the best women of rock (hottest too), and being backed by Thom from Radiohead...what's not to love. they feed off each other in a depressing kinda manner that makes them seem like a perfect musical fit
Under Pressure (Feat. David "Effin"Bowie

Freddy Mecury, David Bowie, and that funky bass riff...an enchanting song, even though the song is bare bones w/ Mecury, it still lives up to one of the best team ups
Passanger (Feat. Maynard James Keenan)

Maynard is a musical slut, the man gets around. I lost track of how many bands he has/had. When he teams up with Deftones is like a car ride with hell, Chino and Maynard whispering deviously back and forth
Fire Coming Out Of The Monkey's Head (Feat. Dennis Hopper)

When I first heard this, I couldn't believe I was hearing Denis Hopper talk about an imaginary town. I thought it was some kind of giant joke, but as I listened to it a few more times, I could get the message. Dennis' voice is eerie and so sophiticated sounding it gives a sense of unease...wonder how it'd be if William Shatner would've done it...take it home, chew on it
5The Postal Service
Nothing Better (Feat. Jenny Lewis)

It's like a back and forth lullaby between these two and it tugs what little heart strings I have. Dare I say it, it sounds....cute....
6Queens of the Stone Age
Song for the Dead (Feat. Mark Lanegan)

One of the best songs on the album (in my opinion), everyone sounding beefed up and ready to pull out a hatchet to start chopping away at my meaningless corpse. Lanagen brings his raspy lungs for a hell of performance
7Tori Amos
Past the Mission (Feat. Trent Reznor)

An odd odd couple here, Tori Amos seems like she couldn't assosciate herself with NIN's front man Trent Reznor, but there was a connection between them that was very delightful and simplictic
Rabbit in Your Headlight (Feat. Thom Yorke)

I think some have realized, if you get Thom Yorke performing with you, you're guarenteed at the very minimam, a respectable song. Very haunting and melonchollie, and this movie clip exerpts make it even the more strange.
9Blue Man Group
Sing Along (Feat. Dave Matthews)

10Richard Ashcroft
Bitter Sweet Symphony (Feat Coldplay)

I'm talking about the LIVE 8 performance, where Coldplay invited Richard on stage to perform Bitter Sweet Syphony, and even though it's no 100% Richards, it's definitly way more his then Coldplay (thus, they're the featuring artist) but it was a nice mix of old and new brit rock mixing together
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