Thread: perfect songs
View Single Post
Old 09.07.2007, 02:07 AM   #106
Dead-Air
invito al cielo
 
Dead-Air's Avatar
 
Join Date: Dec 2006
Location: Portland OR
Posts: 4,325
Dead-Air kicks all y'all's assesDead-Air kicks all y'all's assesDead-Air kicks all y'all's assesDead-Air kicks all y'all's assesDead-Air kicks all y'all's assesDead-Air kicks all y'all's assesDead-Air kicks all y'all's assesDead-Air kicks all y'all's assesDead-Air kicks all y'all's assesDead-Air kicks all y'all's assesDead-Air kicks all y'all's asses
This is odd, because I am overall way more into "experimental" music than "pop" music, yet when I create a list such as this, the songs are all unabashedly pop gems...

Chrix Knox "Rust"
Elliott Smith "Say Yes"
Melvins "Queen"
Big Star "Holocaust", "September Gurls", "Blue Moon"
Velvet Underground "Sunday Morning"
Brian Eno "Everything Merges with the Night"
Tim Buckley "Song to the Siren"
Yo La Tengo "Tiny Birds", "You Can Have It All", "Tom Courtenay"
Nick Drake "Things Behind the Sun"
Dusty Springfield "Windmills of Your Mind"
Carpenters "Rainy Days and Mondays"
Dead-Air is offline   |QUOTE AND REPLY|