The Best Song Of All Time Right Now

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The Best Song Of All Time Right Now

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I Believe She's Lying - Jon Brion
Head Over Heels - Tears for Fears
Mike Mills - Air
Dishes - Pulp
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"Paranoid Android" by Radiohead is the one that sticks out to me.
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"holland 1945" by neutral milk hotel
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I'm currently in love with

All The Lights Went Out

on Marcy Playground's Shapeshifter, track number 4

I just ..it just makes me... I'm... ohhhh... it's just so wonderful.
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prayformojo wrote:I Believe She's Lying - Jon Brion
Head Over Heels - Tears for Fears
Mike Mills - Air
Dishes - Pulp
Head Over Heels

UNBELIEVABLY WICKED ASS SONG.

thats all....

OK. Right now I'm thinking that the best song of all time Right Now is....

....

Death Blooms - Mudvayne

Wow...
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Supertramp - "Take the Long Way Home" & Y'all are making me feel old. Real old.
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Peaks In Valleys wrote:
Head Over Heels

UNBELIEVABLY WICKED ASS SONG.
Word up! I'm listening to it on vinyl as we speak.
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Don't feel aged Bolio, I think Supertramp is a seriously kick ass band. I've heard nothing of theirs that I didn't LOVE.

Timeless really...
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Bolio wrote:Supertramp - "Take the Long Way Home" & Y'all are making me feel old. Real old.
Logical song.
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prayformojo wrote:
Peaks In Valleys wrote:
Head Over Heels

UNBELIEVABLY WICKED ASS SONG.
Word up! I'm listening to it on vinyl as we speak.
So are you guys really just part of the media hype preceding the new come-back album release?

Personally I loved that album. In its day. And Peter Gabriel's Here Comes The Flood as heard on Fripp's Exposure album.
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currently
michael gum's - are you having fun
jude - king of yesterday
brad paisley(feat alison krauss) - Whiskey Lullaby
St robinson and his cadillac Dream - Counting Crows
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meshuggah - i

their new ep. a single 21 minute track. there's a section where the drummer plays different tempos with each hand simultaneously. holy shit it's brutal.
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Mark Lanegan Band - Hit The City
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Will always be for me 'You Say You Don't Love Me' by Buzzcocks. Until it's not. :)

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roymond wrote:
prayformojo wrote:
Peaks In Valleys wrote:
Head Over Heels

UNBELIEVABLY WICKED ASS SONG.
Word up! I'm listening to it on vinyl as we speak.
So are you guys really just part of the media hype preceding the new come-back album release?
Hells no. I've always been on the Tears bandwagon, though I will admit that Donnie Darko helped bring the song (and the whole Songs From The Big Chair album) back to the front of my playlist.
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PERFECT songs

"Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life" - composed by Victor Herbert and Rida Johnson Young

"100,000 Fireflies" - The Magnetic Fields

"Just Got Lucky" - Jo Boxers

"What a Fool Believes " - Doobie Brothers

"Tell Her No" - The Zombies

"Airport" - The Motors

"Our House" - Crosby, Stills & Nash"

"Mr. Blue Sky" - The Electric Light Orchestra

"God Only Knows - Beach Boys

"Under Pressure" - David Bowie + Queen

"It's Happening" - Biff Rose

"Common People" - Pulp

...and the obvious choices:

"Take on Me"
"Bohemian Rhapsody"
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nicegeoff wrote: "Take on Me"
"Bohemian Rhapsody"
hmmm how odd... i just started workin' on covering Bohemian Rhapsody last night...
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"Blacking Out the Friction" -- Death Cab for Cutie
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jb wrote:"Blacking Out the Friction" -- Death Cab for Cutie
Hell yeah!
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wiseblood - where evil dwells

a free and legal download, too.
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jute gyte wrote:wiseblood - where evil dwells

a free and legal download, too.
Sounds like Alien Sex Fiend.
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