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With both of the "is this artist on your iPod" and "what music are you listening to" threads, there are a lot of bands being listed that I have never heard of. If you're as confused by my listings as I am of yours, this thread may help you.

Many times you hear of a band that you think may interest you. So, you start searching the web for some music... but, which songs should you listen to first? Which songs are the really good ones?

Here is a list of bands and their top 5 songs (in my opinion) from my iPod:

Alice in Chains

Man in the Box

Rooster

Would?

Angry Chair

Them Bones

Boston

Foreplay/Long Time

More Than A Feeling

Peace of Mind

Don't Look Back

Cool The Engines

Cypress Hill

How I Could Just Kill A Man

Insane In The Brain

I Ain't Going Out Like That

3 Lil' Putos

Checkmate

Devo

Beautiful World

Working In The Coal Mine

Through Being Cool

Girl U Want

Whip It

Everlast

Ends

What Its Like

Black Jesus

Hot To Death

Get Down

Foghat

Slow Ride

Fool For The City

I Just Want To Make Love To You

Godsmack

Whatever

Keep Away

Voodoo

Straight Out Of Line

Speak

Enemy

Heart

Barracuda

Magic Man

Crazy On You

Dreamboat Annie

Dog & Butterfly

Ice-T

New Jack Hustler

Body Count

O.G. Original Gangsta

Lifestyles of the Rich and Infamous

Midnight

Jannis Joplin

Me and Bobbie McGee

Piece of My Heart

Down On Me

Try (Just a Little Bit Harder)

Mercedes Benz

Kiss

Beth

Rock and Roll All Night

Firehouse

I Want You

Dominoe

Led Zepplin

Fool In The Rain

Stairway To Heaven

Black Dog

Whole Lotta Love

Kashmir

Montrose

Rock Candy

Bad Motor Scooter

Space Station No. 5

Rock The Nation

Good Rockin' Tonight

Nazareth

Love Hurts

Hair of the Dog

Miss Misery

Whiskey Drinkin' Woman

Ozzy Osbourne

Crazy Train

Mr. Crowley

Momma, I'm Coming Home

Bark At The Moon

Rock and Roll Rebel

Parliament

Handcuffs

Flashlight

Give Up The Funk

P.Funk (Wants To Get Funked Up)

Mothership Connection

Queen

Bohemian Rhapsody

We Will Rock You/We Are The Champions

Somebody To Love

Fat Bottomed Girls/Bicycle Race

Another One Bites The Dust

Rush

Tom Sawyer

YYZ

Limelight

Working Man

Fly By Night

Sublime

Doin' Time

Smoke Two Joints

Garden Grove

Caress Me Down

What I Got

Wrong Way

Tool

Prison Sex

Sober

Forty-Six & 2

Schism

Pot

U2

Sunday Bloody Sunday

New Year's Day

I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For

With Or Without You

Desire

Van Halen

Eruption/You Really Got Me

Runnin' With The Devil

And The Cradle Will Rock...

Unchained

Hot For Teacher

White Zombie/Rob Zombie

Thunder Kiss 65

More Human Than Human

Dragula

Living Dead Girl

Superbeast

Yes

I've Seen All Good People

Roundabout

Owner Of A Lonely Heart

Changes

Leave It

ZZ Top

Cheap Sunglasses

Legs

Velcro Fly

Tush

La Grange

A through Z off the top of my head (iPod, really). That's all I got for now...

Now, it's your turn. I don't expect you to do an A-Z like I did. But, if you have a favorite band or two (or 10), tell me who they are and then list their top 5 songs. That way, if I hear one of those 5 songs, I'll know other songs to look out for.

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Nice concept, there. I'll follow up:

Linkin Park (well, we need to start somewhere)

Faint

Bleed it Out [not the band's typical style, but I like it]

What I've Done [some of you heard enough of that song at the credits in Transformers]

A Place For My Head

In the End

To tell you the truth, those are pretty much the only songs I like from them >_>

Avenged Sevenfold

Afterlife [break-up song]

Almost Easy [getting-back-together song]

Critical Acclaim

Seize the Day [emotional music video]

Bat Country

Finger Eleven

Falling On

Paralyzer [yes, that song you hear on the radio all the time]

Thousand Mile Wish

Good Times [not very popular, but it sounds like it should be a hit]

One Thing [a song that everybody knows, even if you've never heard of F11]

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Nice concept, there. I'll follow up:

Linkin Park (well, we need to start somewhere)

Faint

Bleed it Out [not the band's typical style, but I like it]

What I've Done [some of you heard enough of that song at the credits in Transformers]

A Place For My Head

In the End

I liked all those songs. I would add papercut ;)

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Heres a couple of good bands and good songs of theres. Some of the bands I would say have already been said, but I have to post my opinions on Disturbed's best songs.

Atreyu:

Becoming the Bull

Slow Burn

Right Side of the Bed

Doomsday

When Two are One

Bullet for my Valentine:

Take it Out on Me

The Poison

Just Another Star

My Fist, Your Mouth, Her Scars

Hand of Blood

Disturbed:

Just Stop

Land of Confusion

Guarded

Stupify

Deify

Five Finger Death Punch:

The Bleeding

The Devil's Own

Meet the Monster

Death before Dishonor

Can't Heal You

From Autumn to Ashes:

The After Dinner Payback

Where do you Draw the Line

Sugar Wolf

Travel

Mudvayne:

Dull Boy

King of Pain

A World so Cold

Fall into Sleep

Happy?

I'm still alive!

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Nine Inch Nails [NIN]:

Closer

The Perfect Drug

Piggy

The March of Pigs

Mr. Self Destruct

Pearl Jam:

Alive

Black

Once

Porch

Do the Evolution

Jeff Buckley:

Mojo Pin

Eternal Life [Road version]

Grace

Dream Brother

So Real

Nirvana:

Lithium

The Man that Sold the World

Silver

Smells Like Teens Spirit

About a Girl

Lynyrd Skynyrd:

Free Bird

Sweet Home Alabama

[add your other choices here]

Metallica:

Master of Puppets

Nothing Else Matters

Fuel

For Whom the Bell Tolls

One

The Doors:

Break on Through (to the other side)

Crystal Ship

Roadhouse Blues

LA Woman

The End

Red Hot Chilli Peppers:

Californication

Aeroplane

Around the World

Otherside

Under the Bridge

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Let's go for a band that doesn't use electric guitars:

Gorillaz

Feel Good Inc.

Dirty Harry

Dare

19/2000 (also called 19-2000)

El Mañana

Though to truly learn to appreciate Gorillaz, you should look up the meanings of their songs. Feel Good Inc. has an impressive amount of symbolism.

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David Bowie

Speed of Life

What In The World

Always Crashing In The Same Car

Beauty And The Beast

Heroes

The Who

Won't Get Fooled Again

Baba O' Reilly

5:15

Pinball Wizard

Who Are You?

Queen

Save Me

Now I'm Here

The Prophet's Song

Innuendo (Watch the video for this one)

Who Wants To Live Forever

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"I am the anarchist, I am the antichrist, I am the walrus, G'JOO G'GOO G'JOOB!"

I dig a pygmy, by Charles Hawtree and the Deaf Aids. Phase One, in which Doris gets her oats.

~John Lennon

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David Bowie

(Chosen only from his Berlin Trilogy - otherwise the list would be way too long)

Speed of Life

Breaking Glass

What In The World

Sound And Vision

Always Crashing In The Same Car

Beauty And The Beast

Joe The Lion

Heroes

Sons Of The Silent Age

Will update list soon...

The Who

Won't Get Fooled Again

Baba O' Reilly

5:15

The Real Me

Pinball Wizard

Who Are You?

Queen

Bohemian Rhapsody

Save Me

Somebody To Love

Now I'm Here

The Prophet's Song

Innuendo (Watch the video for this one)

The Show Must Go On

Who Wants To Live Forever

Under Pressure

The Miracle

Hammer To Fall

Bijou

That's a large 5. :D

Anyway, you can guess who I'm going to do, can't you?

The Gothic Archies

Dreary, Dreary

How Do You Make This Thing Slow Down

Scream and Run Away

In The Reptile Room

The World Is A Very Scary Place

I'll update my post with Mae somewhen.

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Yes... I noticed some discrepancies in my mental arithmetic... I've edited it now, so my maths appears to be better, which is always a handy appearance to uphold...

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"I am the anarchist, I am the antichrist, I am the walrus, G'JOO G'GOO G'JOOB!"

I dig a pygmy, by Charles Hawtree and the Deaf Aids. Phase One, in which Doris gets her oats.

~John Lennon

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Red Hot Chilli Peppers:

Californication

Aeroplane

Around the World

Otherside

Under the Bridge

Can't Stop is such a great song with one of the best music videos I've ever seen:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ldMUEJBA1tk

Scar Tissue is although a good choice ;D

David Bowie

Speed of Life

What In The World

Always Crashing In The Same Car

Beauty And The Beast

Heroes

I miss Let's Dance :/

Billt Talent

Fallen Leaves

Sympathy

Devil in a Midnight Mass

River Below

Burn the Evidence

Red Flag or Standing in the Rain instead of Sympathy imo.

U2

Sunday Bloody Sunday

New Year's Day

I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For

With Or Without You

Desire

I would add Vertigo. But still a very good choice.

Here are my favs:

The Hives

Walk Idiot Walk

Tick Tick Boom

Hey Little World

Hate To Say I Told You So

Throw It On Me

Franz Ferdinand

The Fallen

Take Me Out

This Fire

Walk Away

Do You Want To

Beatsteaks

Cut Off The Top

Hello Joe

Hand In Hand

Atomic Love

E-G-O

Foo Fighters

The Pretender

Long Road To Ruin

Learn To Fly

All My Life

Times Like These

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David Bowie

Speed of Life

What In The World

Always Crashing In The Same Car

Beauty And The Beast

Heroes

I miss Let's Dance :/

Let's Dance is good, but I just find that his Berlin Trilogy is so much better - it has the energy, passion and emotion that can only be found in a newly-rebuilt life. Not to mention the style - it's just phenomenal!

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"I am the anarchist, I am the antichrist, I am the walrus, G'JOO G'GOO G'JOOB!"

I dig a pygmy, by Charles Hawtree and the Deaf Aids. Phase One, in which Doris gets her oats.

~John Lennon

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David Bowie

Speed of Life

What In The World

Always Crashing In The Same Car

Beauty And The Beast

Heroes

I miss Let's Dance :/

Let's Dance is good, but I just find that his Berlin Trilogy is so much better - it has the energy, passion and emotion that can only be found in a newly-rebuilt life. Not to mention the style - it's just phenomenal!

WHAT?? I never said that...

Red Hot Chilli Peppers:

Californication

Aeroplane

Around the World

Otherside

Under the Bridge

Can't Stop is such a great song with one of the best music videos I've ever seen:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ldMUEJBA1tk

Scar Tissue is although a good choice ;D

It's the 5 best...

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Dream Theater

The Dark Eternal Night

Another Day

Octavarium

Scene 6: Home

Scene 7: The Dance Of Eternity

Bela Fleck & The Flecktones

Next

Earth Jam (Live at the quick version not the one on Outbound)

Scratch & Sniff

The Sinister Minister

Zona Mona

Frank Zappa

This is a stupendously difficult task as he released 60+ albums & I have by no means heard all of them, however I shall do my best to give you 5 good Zappa tracks out of the many I could list

I'm The Slime

Cosmic Debris

Peaches En Regalia

Catholic Girls (Don't listen to this if you're catholic though, it may offend)

Uncle Remus

There are so many more Zappa tune I could pick but anyway.

That'll do for now I guess. PM me if there's anyone I've mentioned that intrigued you & I'll compile some sort of recommended tunes list :)

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Son, someday you will make a girl happy for a short period of time. Then she'll leave you & be with men that are ten times

better than you can imagine. These men are called musicians. :D

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I never said you said that - I just said that I preferred Bowie's Berlin Trilogy to Let's Dance...

Yeah but you quoted me and you said instead of "Max Power" "MiguelPereira" in the quote header...

And there has to be a top 20 just for RHCP songs in my opinion :D They can't fit in a top 5 !

Oh right... So I did... Oops... I've updated the quote tags... :oops:

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"I am the anarchist, I am the antichrist, I am the walrus, G'JOO G'GOO G'JOOB!"

I dig a pygmy, by Charles Hawtree and the Deaf Aids. Phase One, in which Doris gets her oats.

~John Lennon

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