Best Song Ever?

InfectedShroom

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What is your favorite song of all time?

I'd go with Starlight by Muse.

Or Karma Police by Radiohead.

They're zetta awesome.
 

Smiddle

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The Spotnicks Theme.



This is not just something I just take from my head. It's a very catchy song, and it makes you feel... happy, I guess.
 

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I'm not sure; I have a lot. Among them are:

Hotel California -- The Eagles
It's Been a While -- Staind
Re-Education Through Labor -- Rise Against
Stairway to Heaven -- Led Zeppelin

It's kinda hard to narrow it down to one song.
 

Mario

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This is hard.

I have too many favorites.

I'm going with Chop Suey! by System of a Down.
 

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Probably "Smells Like Teen Spirit", by Nirvana. I'll take the chance and list my 10 favorite songs of each decade;

50s prior:
9) "Heartbreak Hotel", by Elvis Presley
8) "We'll Meet Again", by Vera Lynn
7) "Come On, Let's Go", by Ritchie Valens
6) "Mack the Knife", by Louis Armstrong
5) "Jailhouse Rock", by Elvis Presley
4) "Slippin' and Sliddin'", by Little Richard
3) "Twelfth Street Rag", by Pee Wee Hunt
2) "Hound Dog", by Elvis Presley
1) "Johnny B. Goode", by Chuck Berry

60s:
10) "Whole Lotta Love", by Led Zeppelin
9) "Kick Out the Jams", by MC5
8) "Space Oddity", by David Bowie
7) "Born to Be Wild", by Steppenwolf
6) "Sunshine of Your Love", by Cream
5) "You Can't Always Get What You Want", by The Rolling Stones
4) "My Generation", by The Who
3) "Hey Joe", by The Jimi Hendrix Experience
2) "In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida", by Iron Butterfly
1) "Hey Jude", by The Beatles

70s:
10) "Feel Like Makin' Love", by Bad Company
9) "Working Man", by Rush
8) "Barracuda", by Heart
7) "Bohemian Rhapsody", by Queen
6) "Green Grass and High Tides", by The Outlaws
5) "Aqualung", by Jethro Tull
4) "It's a Long Way to the Top (If You Wanna Rock N' Roll)", by AC/DC
3) "Search and Destroy", by Iggy Pop and The Stooges
2) "Free Bird", by Lynyrd Skynyrd
1) "Stairway to Heaven", by Led Zeppelin

80s:
10) "Cult of Personality", by Living Colour
9) "Relax", by Frankie Goes to Hollywood
8) "Rock You Like a Hurricane", by Scorpions
7) "Pride and Joy", by Stevie Ray Vaughan
6) "Love in an Elevator", by Aerosmith
5) "Walk This Way", by Run-D.M.C. featuring Aerosmith
4) "(Don't You) Forget About Me", by Simple Minds
3) "Money for Nothing", by Dire Straits
2) "Hot for Teacher", by Van Halen
1) "Dr. Feelgood", by Motley Crue

90s:
10) "Freak on a Leash", by Korn
9) "Even Flow", by Pearl Jam
8) "Would?", by Alice in Chains
7) "Closing Time", by Semisonic
6) "Closer", by Nine Inch Nails
5) "Champagne Supernova", by Oasis
4) "Teardrop", by Massive Attack featuring Elizabeth Fraser
3) "Bitter Sweet Symphony", by The Verve
2) "Black Hole Sun", by Soundgarden
1) "Smells Like Teen Spirit", by Nirvana

00s:
10) "Lazy Eye", by Silversun Pickups
9) "My Way", by Limp Bizkit
8) "Youth of the Nation", by P.O.D.
7) "Slither", by Velvet Revolver
6) "Down with the Sickness", by Disturbed
5) "Bring Me to Life", by Evanescene featuring Paul McCoy
4) "Hate to Say I Told You So", by The Hives
3) "Fell in Love with a Girl", by The White Stripes
2) "Speed of Sound", by Coldplay
1) "The Real Slim Shady", by Eminem
 

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Pokemon DP said:
50s prior:
10) NO NUMBER 10 WTF BLASHEMY OMG
9) "Heartbreak Hotel", by Elvis Presley
8) "We'll Meet Again", by Vera Lynn
7) "Come On, Let's Go", by Ritchie Valens
6) "Mack the Knife", by Louis Armstrong
5) "Jailhouse Rock", by Elvis Presley
4) "Slippin' and Sliddin'", by Little Richard
3) "Twelfth Street Rag", by Pee Wee Hunt
2) "Hound Dog", by Elvis Presley
1) "Johnny B. Goode", by Chuck Berry


omg

Brie Loader said:
People who choose one thing to be the best thing ever are narrow minded, especially if the category is entertainment.
Why's that? One thing's always better than the other.
 

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$ππ!∂∂∫£ said:
Pokemon DP said:
50s prior:
10) NO NUMBER 10 WTF BLASHEMY OMG
9) "Heartbreak Hotel", by Elvis Presley
8) "We'll Meet Again", by Vera Lynn
7) "Come On, Let's Go", by Ritchie Valens
6) "Mack the Knife", by Louis Armstrong
5) "Jailhouse Rock", by Elvis Presley
4) "Slippin' and Sliddin'", by Little Richard
3) "Twelfth Street Rag", by Pee Wee Hunt
2) "Hound Dog", by Elvis Presley
1) "Johnny B. Goode", by Chuck Berry


omg

It's disgraceful, I know. I have, sadly, not taken the time to dig deep into the early 1900s music scene... Magnificentely popular songs were sorta few and far between back then, so it's hard to find some good songs to listen to from that era.
 

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I think I can say that I agree.

My favourite song right now is "Fairytale" by Alexander Rybak. It's catchy and original and has gained popularity all over Europe.
 

ShyGuy27

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Is there any reason why I shouldn't move this to General Entertainment?

As for my favorite song, either Wind Machine or Black Orpheus.
 

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Night Ranger said:
70s:
7) "Bohemian Rhapsody", by Queen

2) "Free Bird", by Lynyrd Skynyrd
1) "Stairway to Heaven", by Led Zeppelin


DIE, MONSTER! YOU DON'T BELONG IN THIS WORLD!
 

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Magnet Man said:
Night Ranger said:
70s:
7) "Bohemian Rhapsody", by Queen

2) "Free Bird", by Lynyrd Skynyrd
1) "Stairway to Heaven", by Led Zeppelin


DIE, MONSTER! YOU DON'T BELONG IN THIS WORLD!

What the hell is wrong with those songs?
 

ShyGuy27

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He's complaining that Bohemian Rhapsody isn't first.
 

Pokemon DP

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$‡¥₲Ú¥27 said:
He's complaining that Bohemian Rhapsody isn't first.
Oh, I see.

Hey, he should just be glad the song is even in the top 10.
 

ShyGuy27

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So, I'll ask again, is there any reason for me to not move this to General Entertainment?
 

Pokemon DP

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$‡¥₲Ú¥27 said:
So, I'll ask again, is there any reason for me to not move this to General Entertainment?
Apparently not.
 

MegaMario9910

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$‡¥₲Ú¥27 said:
He's complaining that Bohemian Rhapsody isn't first.
I feel his pain. :(

Anyways, I'm not exactly sure. Either;

"Cold as Ice" - Foriegner
"Cover of the Rolling Stone" - Dr. Hook
"(Don't Fear) the Reaper" - Blue Oyster Cult
"Ballroom Blitz" - Sweet
"Teenager in Love" - Dion and the Belmonts (I think)
And "Layla" - Derek and the Dominos.
 

ShyGuy27

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Alright, Black Orpheus is definitely my favorite song.
 

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OupoUgII88s&feature=related

To me, THIS is the best song ever.
 

ShyGuy27

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Lario said:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OupoUgII88s&feature=related

To me, THIS is the best song ever.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_qbSCvM3ZUg&feature=related > That.
 

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Neurario said:
For me, Art of Noise - Il Pleure. It never fails to make me feel happy when I'm down. There's a way about it, its subtle breakbeat when it's mostly ambient, and the voice that accompanies the song, that just makes it perfect for me.
If you want ambience, you should listen to Nine Inch Nails' "Hurt". It's so beautiful...
 

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Night Ranger said:
Neurario said:
For me, Art of Noise - Il Pleure. It never fails to make me feel happy when I'm down. There's a way about it, its subtle breakbeat when it's mostly ambient, and the voice that accompanies the song, that just makes it perfect for me.
If you want ambience, you should listen to Nine Inch Nails' "Hurt". It's so beautiful...
Johnny Cash's version is even more ambient, in my opinion.
 
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