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What are the best songs of 2004?


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Laura - Scissor Sisters

Spitting Games - Snow Patrol

Mr Brightside - The Killers

Run - Snow Patrol

Somewhere only we know - Keane

Somebody told me - The Killers

Bedshaped - Keane

Chocolate - Snow Patrol

Trick me - Kelis (yes, I DO like this song.)

Suitcase calling - The Polyphonic Spree

What can I say - not much of a list ::

But then nothing too good was released in 2004.

Oh, we just had a show about BUSTED winning Record of the year! :P 2nd was Mc Fly, then Anastasia, Will Young and Katie Puke Melua.

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Spitting Games - Snow Patrol

Mr Brightside - The Killers

Somewhere only we know - Keane

Somebody told me - The Killers

Bedshaped - Keane

Chocolate - Snow Patrol

All of those..Er..

Weapon of Mass destruction- Faithless

See it in a boys eyes- Jamelia

Stop- Jamelia

What your made of- Lucie Silvas

Everybody's changing- Keane

Crazy world- Aslan (yeh, it was re-released)

The dark of the matinee- Franz Ferdinand

Take me out- Franz Ferdinand

Mary- Sissor Sisters

What you waiting for- Gwen Stefani

On my knees- The 411

Empty souls- The Manics

Vertigo- U2

My Boo- Usher (yeah, I love this song!)

Not for all the love in the world- The Thrills

Hotel- R kelly..I KNOW, I KNOW :o

Walk Idiot Walk- The Hives

Not a particulary good year for music..

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Float On-Modest ouse (I love that song)

Mr. Brightside-The killers (The best song since High Hopes)

The Love Of Richard Nixon-Manic Street Preachers :rockon:

Leaving Beirut-Roger Waters (I have to agree with Chris)

Crabbuckit-K-os :afro:

Vertigo-U2 (without a doubt)

Take Me Out-Franz Ferdinand

Megalomaniac-Incubus

My Immortal-Evanescense

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"Touche" by Godsmack

That song is nothing but a two bit AIC rip off (as is most of their stuff)

"Falls to Pieces" Velvet Revolver

A decent song, but it really lacks the 'soul' or funky element of STP's stuff, and lacks the 'kickassity' of G'N'R.

I can't say much on the other stuff though,

I'm sorry about that, I just can't stand Godsmack at all, 'cuz of the AIC rip off element, and I never really got into VR.

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Actually, after thinking about it, that was a bit of a mean thing to do. I forget sometimes there are things best left to the next generation.

Next generation will go and see live concerts, so they will love nowadays music whatever happens. But they also know how great old music is!!! You can´t compare. There is lots of excellent groups right now, yet lots of youngers I know (and not only our songfactors) are basically fans of Pink Floyd, Stones, Beatles, Pretenders, Led Zepp, etc.

And they also have good sense of humour, jr! :thumbsup: :thumbsup:

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