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|10 exceptional tunes|
"Elephant". Song tackles the topic of cancer in potentially the most poignant way imaginable.
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
"A Day in the Life". I've been listening to The Beatles since I was a kid. Back then, this song didn't hit me like it does now. The lyrics are incredible and the part where the song suddenly shifts tempo and goes from depressing to upbeat is top notch :]
|3||Simon and Garfunkel|
Sounds of Silence
"Sounds of Silence." No explanation should be needed but you're getting one anyways. Yes, the vocal harmonies are perfect, but those lyrics man. "People talking without speaking
People hearing without listening" is as powerful as ever (and almost eerie given our I-phone obsessed generation).
|4||The Front Bottoms|
The Front Bottoms
"Flashlight". Still one of their best tracks and a kick-ass opener. Just really fun. A band you sorta love or hate so not gonna try to convince anyone otherwise lol
"Tom Sawyer". Thanks to the movie I Love You, Man, I can't hear this track without thinking of that movie anymore, ha. An amazing track, and more accessible for a Rush newbie
"Richard". Hands down one of my favorite songs from one of my favorite albums from 2017. Her voice is one of my favorite things ever. New album when?
"Summer." Such a stellar summer jam from a band I find criminally underrated around here.
Master of Reality
"Sweet Leaf". Marijuana is nice sometimes
"In a Sweater Poorly Knit" I still remember downloading this song like 13 years ago and being blown away. After revisiting I can confirm it's basically a 5/5
|10||Taking Back Sunday|
"Everything Must Go". Album is a 3 but this song is def in the 4.5 range. It's poignant as hell without feeling cheesy at all, something you can't say about some of their songs
|one exceptional list.|
you might enjoy Damien Jurado - 1973
|9 and 4 are most definitely killer |
|2, 3, 8, 10 all killer.|
|so happy to hear someone talk about 4, song and album are the best things ever :'^)|
|cheers guys. just 10 random tracks that I love. started writing them down as I shuffle through my music. so maybe I'll do it again sometime :] |
|Sweet list. Love S&G and mwY.|
|1 is fantastic..|
|Darius The Imposter|
|Cool list. Good idea. Here a quick 10 from me...|
Fen - II (Penance)
Yes - Love Will Find A Way
Britny Fox - Long Way To Love
Rush - Xanadu (Exit Stage Left)
Jakob - Blind Them With Science
Journey - Girl Can’t Help It
Jerry Cantrell - Leave Me Alone
Ozzy - You Can’t Kill Rock N’ Roll
Steve Wilson - Refuge
pg.lost - Ikaros
@butcher, 1 is fantastic yeah. If I had any hesitation on 5'ing that album, "Elephant" put it to rest.
@teamster, sweet - thanks for sharing!
|2, 5 and 8 go hard!|
|2 absolutely. A Day In The Life is my favorite Beatles song to this day.|
|YOU QUOTE THE GOOD BOOK|
WHEN IT'S CONVENIENT
that fucking song yo
|Hällas - Star Rider|
Impossible not to sing along to that chorus.
|hell yeah, Rowan! top 5 TBS for sure (maybe even their best song). |
and I'll check that later osmark86, never heard it
|"Back then, this song didn't hit me like it does now."|
Yup. Pink Floyd - Time has to be the best example of that line for me. Sweet list, dude.
|cheers bud :]|
|You'll love it atari|