Saturday Questions

Saturday question #44: Top songs of the noughties (2000-2009)

Singles - just a decorative imageLast week, we did top albums, this week we’re doing top songs.

What are your top albums of the ’00s (that means, albums that were out in the period between 2000 and 2009)? Once again, you can make a top 5, top 10, top 15, anything you like…include links, sound samples, reviews.

One more thing: given that many great songs probably don’t end up released as singles at all, let’s do it like this: if you want, make one list for the songs that were released as singles and one for those that weren’t. As usual, variety is a plus, being one-track-minded is a minus.

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  • behnood

    10- Jigsaw falling into place (Radiohead)
    9- Anne (John Frusciante)
    8- Corazon de Santiago (Marty Friedman)
    7- Windowpane (Opeth)
    6- Look On (John Frusciante)
    5- It’s the unreal thing (Marty Friedman)
    4- Lust for life (Marty Friedman)
    3- Burden (Opeth)
    2- Wet Sand (Red Hot Chili Peppers)
    1- Dread and the Fugitive Mind (Megadeth)

  • Bojana

    Tough one.

    Songs released as singles:

    Lily Allen – Littlest Things
    Queens of the stone age – Go with the flow
    A perfect circle – Blue
    Client – Rock and roll machine
    Foo Fighters – Best of you
    Norah Jones – Thinking about you
    Red hot chili peppers – Desecration smile


    The Mars Volta – Since we’ve been wrong (I’m not sure, but I think it’s not a single)
    John Frusciante – Before the beginning
    Red hot chili peppers – Venice queen
    The Cure – There is no if
    Burial – Archangel
    Nine Inch Nails – Lights in the sky
    The Bicycle Thief – Stoned
    Lily Allen – Everyone’s at it

  • Xpld

    Jesus, I knew this was going to be today’s one, but I still don’t know the answer. Well, let’s try:

    Arctic Monkeys: When The Sun Goes Down
    The Mars Volta: Televators
    Radiohead: Jigsaw Falling Into Place
    Radiohead: Reckoner
    My Chemical Romance: Welcome To The Black Parade
    die ärzte: Lied vom Scheitern
    Dave Gahan & John Frusciante: Saw Something
    Green Day: Boulevard of Broken Dreams
    John Frusciante: The Past Recedes
    Foo Fighters: Best of You
    Red Hot Chili Peppers: Can’t Stop
    Red Hot Chili Peppers: Snow ((Hey Oh))
    Johnny Cash: Hurt
    Gomez: See The World

    Coldplay: Death And All His Friends (The Escapist), Cemeteries of London
    Green Day: Restless Heart Syndrome
    Iron & Wine: Passing Afternoon
    Iron Maiden: Journeyman, Dance of Death
    Bernard Allison: Serious
    Arctic Monkeys: From the Ritz to the Rubble
    Red Hot Chili Peppers: Death of A Martian, Hey, Venice Queen, Wet Sand, Slow Cheetah
    John Frusciante: Every Track from The Empyrean (including Ah Yom & Today), The Will To Death, in fact every song he has released during this decade…^^

  • Femme Fatale

    I dont really listen to radio or watch music channels so i'm not sure which are singles or otherwise but i'll do a few songs that i really loved this decade.

    Life in a glass house-radiohead
    7 nation army- white stripes
    wrong girl-Jane's addiction
    All my life-Foo Fighters
    Hollow Man- R.E.M.
    Askepios- The Mars Volta
    Stan- Eminem
    Lose Yourself- Eminem
    Dirty Cash- Dizzy Rascal
    Dr Blind- Emily Haines and the soft skeloton
    Help i'm alive- Metric

    Oh and every single john frus and RHCP song!!!

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