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JT's Top 25 Songs Of 2011

It's been a pretty good year for music.
1 Steve Hackett
Turn This Island Earth

A 12 minute symphonic prog masterpiece from the former Genesis guitarist.
2 Opeth
I Feel the Dark

Haters don't know how to prog.
3 Steel Panther
Tomorrow Night

Rocks hard.
4 Lo-Pan
Bleeding Out

Awesome stoner rock song.
5 Ulver
Feburary MMX

Epic opener from the brilliant Wars of Roses album.
6 Beth Hart and Joe Bonamassa
Sinner's Prayer

Great mix of soul and blues.
7 Rival Sons
Get What's Coming

From thier self titled EP released earlier this year, rocks just as hard as anything on Pressure and Time.
8 Steve Hackett
Loch Lomond

Awesome song that goes through multiple mood changes and features some of Hackett's most poweful guitar playing.
9 The Civil Wars
Barton Hallow

Excellent folk track from the duo's full length debut.
10 Joe Bonamassa
Black Lung Heartache

Standout track from the excellent Dust Bowl album on which Joe proves once again that he is the king of modern blues.
11 Hostsonaten
Season's Overture

Brilliant instrumental symphonic prog.
12 Opeth

Haters don't know how to prog [2]
13 Ulver

8 minutes of epic soundscapes accompanied by excellent female vocals.
14 Phillip Sayce
Alchemy (live)

Stunning version of the beautiful instrumental originally featured on his debut album, Peace Machine.
15 The Black Keys
Lonely Boy

Catchy guitar-driven blues rock.
16 Rival Sons
Young Love

One of the standout tracks from the blues rock band's excellent Pressure and Time album.
17 Whitesnake
Steal Your Heart Away

Awesome opening track from what is arguably Whitesnake's best album since the 80's. Doug Aldrich puts in a killer guitar performance.
18 Steel Panther
17 Girls in a Row

This really doesn't need a decription; it's called 17 Girls in a Row and it's by Steel Panther, of course it rules.
19 Def Leppard

The best of the three new tracks featured on the bands new live album, Mirrorball. They opened with this when I saw them live earlier this
20 Gentleman's Pistols
Midnight Crawler

Great track from the retro rockers.
21 Gary Moore
Days of Heroes (live)

A great new song that would have been featured on Moore's next sudio album had he not passed away earlier this year. R.I.P.
22 Seidr
A Gaze At The Stars

Over 10 minutes of epic doom metal.
23 Black Country Commnuion

Epic closing track from the supergroup's second album.
24 Lionize
Nation Builders

Song rules. Band features Clutch guitarist Tim Sult.
25 dEUS
Keep You Close

Title track and one of the highlights from the experimental alt rock band's new album.
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