Showing posts with label Green Day. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Green Day. Show all posts

Wednesday, December 26, 2012

The 50 Best Music Videos of 2012

I have embedded the first couple, for the rest, you can click on the link to be taken to YouTube. If you would like to purchase the music video or the song, click the iTunes button next to the name to be taken to the store.

1. The Baddest Man Alive - The Black Keys featuring RZA The Baddest Man Alive - The Black Keys

2. Do it Anyway - Ben Folds Five

3. Mercy - Kanye West featuring Big Sean, Pusha T, and 2 Chainz Mercy (feat. Big Sean, Pusha T, 2 Chainz) - Kanye West

4. Somebody That I Used to Know - Goyte featuring Kimbra Somebody That I Used to Know (feat. Kimbra) - Gotye

5. Leave the Lights On - Meiko

6. Lost in the Echo - Linkin Park

7. Pyramids - Frank Ocean Pyramids - Frank Ocean

8. Bad Girls - M.I.A. Bad Girls - M.I.A.

9. Stray Heart - Green Day Stray Heart - Green Day

10. Bottom of the River - Delta Rae Bottom of the River - Delta Rae

11. Simple Song - The Shins Simple Song - The Shins

12. No Church in the Wild - Jay-Z and Kanye West featuring Frank Ocean No Church In the Wild (feat. Frank Ocean & The-Dream) - Jay-Z & Kanye West

13. Every Single Night - Fiona Apple Every Single Night - Fiona Apple

14. Happy Pills - Norah Jones Happy Pills - Norah Jones

15. Mustache Man (Wasted) - Cake Mustache Man (Wasted) - Cake

16. Sweet Talk - Jessie Ware

17. Easy Way Out - Gotye Easy Way Out - Gotye

18. Warrior - Kimbra, Mark Foster, and A-Trak

19. Man on Fire - Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zero

20. Sixteen Saltines - Jack White Sixteen Saltines - Jack White

21. We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together - Taylor Swift We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together - Taylor Swift

22. Brendan’s Death Song - Red Hot Chili Peppers

23. Curtain - Eve 6 Curtain - Eve 6

24. All the Rowboats - Regina Spektor All the Rowboats - Regina Spektor

25. Little Talks - Of Monsters and Men Little Talks - Of Monsters and Men

26. (Expletive Deleted) in Paris - Jay-Z and Kanye West Ni**as in Paris (Explicit) - Kanye West & JAY Z

27. Dance in the Graveyards - Delta Rae

28. All I Need Is Love - Cee-Lo Green featuring the Muppets

29. Diversity - Family of the Year Diversity - Family of the Year

30. Payphone - Maroon 5 featuring Wiz Khalifa Payphone - Maroon 5

31. Some Nights - Fun. Some Nights - Fun.

32. Princess of China - Coldplay and Rihanna Princess of China - Coldplay & Rihanna

33. Ships in the Night - Mat Kearney Ships in the Night - Mat Kearney

34. Queen of California - John Mayer Queen of California - John Mayer

35. Ho Hey - The Lumineers Ho Hey - The Lumineers

36. Knock Knock - Band of Horses Knock Knock - Band of Horses

37. Duquesne Whistle - Bob Dylan Duquesne Whistle - Bob Dylan

38. Let's Go - Matt and Kim

39. One Woman Army - Kate Earl One Woman Army - Kate Earl

40. I'm Shakin' - Jack White

41. Heartbeat - JJAMZ

42. Houdini - Foster the People Houdini - Foster the People

43. Hurts Like Heaven - Coldplay Hurts Like Heaven - Coldplay

44. Ray Charles - Chiddy Bang Ray Charles - Chiddy Bang

45. I Knew You Were Trouble - Taylor Swift I Knew You Were Trouble - Taylor Swift

46. Don't Leave Me (Ne Me Quitte Pas) - Regina Spektor Don't Leave Me (Ne Me Quitte Pas) - Regina Spektor

47. One More Night - Maroon 5 One More Night - Maroon 5

48. Cherokee - Cat Power Cherokee - Cat Power

49. Cheerleader - St. Vincent Cheerleader - St. Vincent

50. Tongue Tied - Grouplove Tongue Tied - Grouplove

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

I Don’t Want Your Sympathy, I Don’t Want Your Honesty, I Just Want to Get Some Piece of Mind

Uno, Dos, Tre - Green Day

In these musical times, it is not enough to be good (with the exception of Adele), you have to have a gimmick. Which Is probably why Green Day planned to release three albums, ¡Uno!, ¡Dos!, ¡Tré!, about seven weeks apart. But shortly after ¡Uno! was released (see my review: Tonight My Heart’s on the Loose), lead singer Billy Joe Armstrong went on an anti-Bieber rant and landed himself in rehab and has not been heard from since. With the lead singer in hibernation, ¡Dos! was released with little fanfare last month aside from a creepy, but entertaining heartless music video. Apparently their record company is cutting their losses and just released ¡Tré! this week instead of the original mid-January release, less than a month after ¡Dos!. Well they were either cutting their losses or decided it get it released before the world ended.

During my review of the previously mentioned review of ¡Uno! I mentioned that the final song, Oh Love, was sonically different than the previous eleven songs, possibly hinting at what ¡Dos! may have to offer. As it turns out, I was wrong because ¡Dos! turned out to be more of the power pop that most of ¡Uno! was. The band did not change much up until late in the album with the slick Nightlife featuring an almost half rap from Monica Painter which is the first time I can remember anyone besides Billy Joe singing lead vocals on a Green Day song. That album ends with the sparse sixties inspired Amy, which I dare to say again may hint at what was to come on ¡Tré!?

¡Tré! actually does start up with another sixties garage rock song Brutal Love which kind of sounds like Green Day trying to record a U2 song when they are trying to record a mellow song. But after that, it is back to more power pop. Of the thirty-seven tracks among the trilogy, thirty-one are in that fast paced rock that the band was known for in the nineties, but with an elder twist to them. It makes it a bit repetitive if you listen to all three albums for the two hour plus runtime, but who listens to albums straight through anymore? If you like classic Green Day, grab all three albums and enjoy them when they come up while randomly listening to your music library on random.

Song to Download – Brutal Love

¡Uno!, ¡Dos!, and ¡Tré! all receive a Terror Alert Level: Elevated [YELLOW] on my Terror Alert Scale.

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

I Want My Music Television - 11/14/12

There have been a couple of videos that have caught my eye lately so I thought I’d give them some love since the death of Musical Television left a void for a forum on the art form. If you are interested in buying the video through iTunes, click the title link (where available). If you are interested in buying the song, look for a link in the analysis.

Lovers of the Light – Mumford and Sons

What the frack is going on in the new Mumford and Sons video? There just seems to be random images of a blind Idris Elba with Taylor Swift’s shocked face and deer.

Stray Heart - Green Day

The new Green Day music video brings new meaning to the word “brokenhearted”. I particularly enjoyed the smoking heart.

Carry On - Fun

Is anyone really interested in a Fun behind the scenes music video? Those should really be reserved for hair metal bands.

This Kiss - Carly Rae Jepsen

I think we are closer to the end of the Carly Rae Jepsen era (although I should wait until the hundredth time I’ve listen to the song before making a definitive statement) because this just does not feel like a hit even though it sounds like chorus sounds like as close they could to ripping of Kiss On My List without violating copyright law.

Thursday, September 27, 2012

Tonight My Heart's on the Loose

¡UNO! - Green Day

It seems a bit weird reviewing the new Green Day album ¡UNO! because it is technically is the first of a trilogy of albums (¡DOS! is due November 13 while ¡TRE! is set to be released January 15). But if people can review individual movies in The Lord of the Rings Trilogy I guess it is possible. As the story goes ¡UNO! is the pre-party, ¡DOS! is the actual party, and ¡Tre! is the morning after. But do not expect some grand political rock opera of the previous two albums, the new albums are almost politics free.

¡UNO! also ditches the band’s recent foray into grand rock opuses that sound more like U2 stadium ready anthems than something by The Ramones. The longest song on the album is Oh Love at 5:03 and there are only two other songs that clock over four minutes. For those longing for the punk-pop that Green Day popularized back in the nineties (and inspired too many to count crappy rip-offs) you will want to check out ¡UNO!.

Despite being the first single, Oh Love is the outlier of the album. The song is stuck at the end and much slower and more glam rock than the rest of the album (I suspect will end up being a bridge to ¡DOS!, which is why maybe the album should not have been reviewed until all three were released). The rest of the album is much more like the frantic Let Yourself Go which you could insert into a live bootleg from the band back in 1994 and the listener may not even notice. Now we have to wait seven weeks to give a listen to ¡DOS!.

Song to Download – Let Yourself Go

¡UNO! gets a Terror Alert Level: High [ORANGE] on my Terror Alert Scale.

Monday, September 17, 2012

I Want My Music Television - 9/17/12

There have been a couple of videos that have caught my eye lately so I thought I’d give them some love since the death of Musical Television left a void for a forum on the art form. If you are interested in buying the video through iTunes, click the title link (where available). If you are interested in buying the song, look for a link in the analysis.

I Will Wait – Mumford and Sons

One more week until the new Mumford and Sons album drops and after watching their live performance from Red Rocks I cannot wait, but alas I will wait (unless someone is nice enough to stream the album early). But after watching the video it is weird to think that who may very well be the biggest band in the country has foe a drummer, the lead singer’s right foot.

Live and Die - The Avett Brothers

Yep it is a good month for folk music between Mumford and Sons and The Avett Brothers who look to be having a lot of fun during their music video. It has to being a smile to your own face. And the American flag awning looks very cool.

Kill the DJ – Green Day

That is two music videos from Green Day from their new album that features a bunch of parting models. I know the album is a three part concept album about pre, post, and during a party, it is still a little weirde seeing the former punk band perform, non-ironically, in what looks to be a roller disco dance party, but without the skates.

The High Road - Joss Stone

Broken Bells went walking through a post-apocalyptic landscape for their video of this song, and Joss Stone went a complete three-sixty by strolling through a magical forest. Complete with an elephant.

Saturday, September 15, 2012

Lyrics Quiz: Wake Me Up When September Ends

Green Day is releasing an album this month. Actually they are releasing a trio of albums over the next couple months. And since it is September I thought I would put their Wake Me Up When September Ends into iTunes Genius feature and these are the tracks they gave back to me. As always leave your guesses, both artist and song title, in the comment section (or e-mail me). If you are correct I will un-bold the lyric and give you credit. Please keep in mind the lyrics quiz is for entertainment purposes only so please only use your own meandering mind to guess them.

1. So here’s your holiday. Hope you enjoyed it this time. You gave it all away. It was mine. So when you’re dead and gone, will you remember this night? Twenty years now lost.
2. I guess it ain’t easy doing nothing at all. But hey man free rides don’t come along everyday.
3. Suddenly I’m not half the man I used to be. There’s a shadow hanging over me.
4. I wish I was like you: easily amused. Find my nest of salt, everything’s my fault.
5. Sit around and watch the phone but no one’s calling. Call me pathetic, call me what you will.
6. It’s all about the exposure, the lens, I told her. The angles are all wrong. Now she’s ripping wings off of butterflies.
7. Don’t forget to call my lawyers with ridiculous demands. And you can take the pity so far. But it’s more than I can stand.
8. I never thought I’d walk away from you. I did. But it’s a false sense of accomplishment.
9. You know the day destroys the night. Night divides the day.
10. I ain’t got a fever, got a permanent disease. And it’ll take more than a doctor to prescribe a remedy.
11. The lunatic is on the grass. Remembering games, and daisy chains and laughs. Git to keep the loonies on the path.
12. He spends his nights in California watching the stars on the big screen. And then he lies awake and wonders, why can’t that be me?
13. Alone, listless, breakfast table in an otherwise empty room. Young girl, violin(ence) center o her own attention.
14. When I read the letters you wrote me, you made me mad, mad, mad.
15. Don’t know what I’m going do about this feeling inside. Yes it’s true, loneyness toke me for a ride. Without your love, I’m nothing g but a beggar. Without your love: a dog without a bone.
16. You say you stand by your man. Tell me something I don’t understand. You say you loved me and that’s a fact. And then you left me. Said you felt trapped.
17. Where’s it going t get you acting serious? Things are never going to be quite what you want. Even at twenty-five you got to start something.
18. And the northern girls with the way they kiss, they keep their boyfriends warm at night.
19. I’m going down shoot my old lady, you know I caught her messing ‘round with another man.
20. Do what I want ‘cause I can and if I don’t because I wanna. Be ignored by the stiff and the bored because I wanna.
21. Here’s a toast to all those that hear me all too well.
22. Somewhere, somehow, somebody must have kicked you around some. Who knows why you wanna lay there and revel in your abandon?
23. Into the flood again, same old trip it was back then. So I made a big mistake. Try to see it once my way.
24. I'd be your lover, if you were there. Put your hurt on me, if you dare. Such a woman, you got style. You make every man feel like a child.
25. Feeling uninspired, think I'll start a fire. Everybody run, Bobby’s got a gun.

Thursday, August 16, 2012

I Want My Music Television - 8/16/12

There have been a couple of videos that have caught my eye lately so I thought I’d give them some love since the death of Musical Television left a void for a forum on the art form. If you are interested in buying the video through iTunes, click the title link (where available). If you are interested in buying the song, look for a link in the analysis.

We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together (Lyric Version) - Taylor Swift

When Taylor Swift released that song with The Civil Wars I was hoping that Safe and Sound was the direction her next album would take. Instead she took a complete 180 with the uberpoppy crap that has been clogging the radio lately by the likes of Kelly Clarkson, Katy Perry, and P!nk. The song was even produced by Max Martin, the guy who helped usher in the teen pop revival of the late nineties. And I’ll will let all the gossip hound dissect which of Swift’s boyfriends the song is about because I am above such silliness *cough*Jake Gyllenhaal*cough*.

Oh Love – Green Day

After two straight highly political albums, Green Day is back with a concept album about… a party. Alrighty. Apparently a Green Day party is a bunch of semi-interested models somewhat nodding their heads.

Reboot the Mission - The Wallflowers featuring Mick Jones

You would think the world does not need The Wallflowers comeback complete with a reggae infused track assisted by the dude from The Clash, and it is no One Headlight, but I kind of like it.

Save Me – Gotye

Yet another music video from Gotye where I have no clue what is going on.

Monday, July 25, 2011

The 100 Greatest Mash Up's of All Time

1. God's Gonna Cut You Down - DJ Schmolli
Johnny Cash - God's Gonna Cut You Down (vocals), Led Zeppelin - When the Levee Breaks (drums), Beastie Boys - Sabotage (bass), Ted Nugent - Cat Scratch Fever (guitar), The Beatles - Come Together (lead guitar)

2. 99 Problems - Danger Mouse
Jay-Z (99 Problems) vs. The Beatles (Helter Skelter)

3. Boulevard of Broken Songs - Party Ben
Green Day (Holiday / Boulevard of Broken Dreams) vs. Oasis (Wonderwall) vs. Travis (Writing to Reach You) vs. Eminem (Sing for the Moment)

4. Ecstasy of Gold - dj erb
Nas (One Mic) vs. Ennio Morricone (L'estasi dell'oro (The Ecstasy of Gold))

5. You're The One I Want in the Next Episode - Disfunctional DJ
Grease (You're the One That I Want) vs. Dr Dre and Snoop Dogg (The Next Episode)

6. Spending One of These Nights with Kelly - Aggro1
The Eagles (One of These Nights) vs. Kelly Clarkson (Since U Been Gone)

7. Miracles - Norwegian Recycling
Bruno Mars (Just the Way You Are) vs. Michael Jackson (Black or White) vs. Gnarls Barkley (Crazy) vs. Taylor Swift (Fearless) vs. Jason Derulo (In My Head) Survivor (Eye of the Tiger) and more

8. Chasing the Broken Hearted - Phil RetroSpector
Snow Patrol (Chasing Cars) vs. Jimmy Ruffin (What Becomes of the Brokenhearted)

9. Dip it Joe - Pheugoo
Christina Milian (Dip It Low) vs. Jimi Hendrix (Hey Joe)

10. I Wish I had the Eye of the Tiger - Soulwax
Skee-Lo (I Wish) vs. Survivor (Eye of the Tiger) vs. the Breeders (Cannonball)

11. Keep the Car Crazy - DJ ViC
Beyoncé (Crazy In Love) vs. Arcade Fire (Keep the Car Running)

12. Use the Same Old Song - Mighty Mike
The Four Tops (It's the Same Old Song) vs. Kings of Leon (Use Somebody)

13. Shoot the War Pigs - inhumanz
Nas (Made You Look) vs. Black Sabbath (War Pigs)

14. How Six Songs Collide - Norwegian Recycling
Jason Mraz (I'm Yours) vs. Howie Day (Collide) vs. Five for Fighting (Superman (It's Not Easy)) vs. Angela Ammons (Always Getting Over You) vs. Boyzone (All That I Need) vs. 3 Doors Down (Here Without You)

15. Everybody's Everyday Girl - DJ BC
Fleetwood Mac (Everywhere) vs. Pharrell featuring Snoop Dogg (That Girl) vs. Dilated Peoples and Kanye West (This Way) vs. Common featuring Q-Tip (Come Close Remix (Closer)) vs. Capleton

16. Left You a Closing Lullaby - BigBadBaz
Avalanches (Since I Left You) vs. Semisonic (Closing Time) vs. Shawn Mullins (Lullaby)

17. 50 Ways to Kill Your Lover - DJ Topcat
Morcheeba featuring Slick Rick (Women Lose Weight) vs. Paul Simon (50 Ways to Leave Your Lover)

18. Papa Was a Clock - Go Home Productions
The Temptations (Papa Was a Rollin' Stone) vs. Coldplay (Clocks)

19. Behind these Immigrant Eyes - Aggro1
Led Zeppelin (Immigrant Song) vs. Kelly Clarkson (Behind These Hazel Eyes)

20. Driving With a 40 Oz - DJ BC
D12 (40 Oz.) vs. The Cars (Drive)

21. Born to Make You Bling - Pie Remix
Britney Spears (Born to Make You Happy) vs. B.G. featuring Lil' Wayne (Bling Bling)

22. Thunder Busters - Wax Audio
Ray Parker, Jr. (Ghostbusters) vs. AC/DC (Thunderstruck)

23. (Are You Gonna Be My) Dirrty Girrl? - Soundhog
Christina Aguilera featuring Redman (Dirrty) vs. Jet (Are You Gonna Be My Girl)

24. Clock a Minute – pheugoo
Coldplay (Clocks) vs. the Pussycat Dolls (Wait a Minute1)

25. Drive By with Vanilla Ice - Aggro1
Vanilla Ice (Ice Ice Baby) vs. Drive by Trucker (Never Gonna Change)

26. Light Your Fat Bottom on Fire - Aggro1
Busta Rhymes featuring Pharrell (Light Your (Expletive Deleted) On Fire) vs. Queen (Fat Bottomed Girls)

27. If I Were a Boy) vs. Tom Petty (Free Fallin')

28. You Don't Know My Sweet Emotion - Aggro1
Aerosmith (Sweet Emotion) vs. Alicia Keys (You Don't Know My Name)

29. My Name is Back in Black - Sean Cunningham
Eminem (My Name Is) vs. AC/DC (Back In Black)

30. Yoshimi Battles Snoop Dogg - DJ BC
Snoop Dogg (Not Like it Was) vs. The Flaming Lips (Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots, Pt. 1)

31. Crushed Pony - DJ Fac
Ginuwine (Pony) vs. Paramore (Crushcrushcrush)

32. Party in the B.I.G. - Hatbanger
Notorious B.I.G. (Party and (Expletive Deleted)) vs. Miley Cyrus (Party In the U.S.A.)

33. Acoustic Alchemy - Norwegian Recycling
Jack Johnson (Taylor) vs. Green Day (Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)) vs. Josh Rouse (Quiet Town) vs. Wyclef Jean featuring Akon, Lil Wayne and Niia (Sweetest Girl (Dollar Bill)) vs. Christina Aguilera (Genie In a Bottle) vs. Atomic Kitten (Eternal Flame) vs. Black Eyed Peas (Don't Lie)

34. Folsom Prison Gangstaz - DJ TOPCAT
Eazy-E (Luv 4 Dem Gangsta'z) vs. Johnny Cash (Folsom Prison Blues (Live))

35. The Weather Episode - Go Home Productions
Dr. Dre featuring Snoop Dogg (The Next Episode) vs Crowded House (Weather with You)

36. Notorious Trick - Go Home Productions
Kellis (Trick Me) vs. Duran Duran (Notorious)

37. The Trooper Believer - DJ Schmolli
The Monkees (I'm a Believer) vs. Iron Maiden (The Trooper)

38. Walk Away and I'll Wait - Aggro1
Kelly Clarkson (Walk Away) vs. Van Halen (I'll Wait)

39. No One to Squeeze - DJ FOX
Alicia Keys (No One) vs. Red Hot Chili Peppers (Soul to Squeeze)

40. The XX Gon' Give it to Ya - The Hood Internet
DMX (X Gon' Give It to Ya) vs. The xx (VCR)

41. M.I.A. Wanted Dead Or Alive - DJ Schmolli
M.I.A. (Paper Planes) vs. Bon Jovi (Wanted Dead or Alive)

42. Lord Move Me on Up - locK3Down
DMX (Lord Give Me a Sign) vs. Primal Scream (Movin' on Up)

43. Crazy Times - Team9
Gnarls Barkley (Crazy) vs. Prince (Sign 'O' the Times)

44. Dirt on Your Crown - DJ O-Face
Jay-Z (Dirt Off Your Shoulder) vs. Sleigh Bells (Crown On the Ground)

45. The Wavin' Flag Mashup - Mashup-Germany
K'naan (Wavin' Flag) vs. Counting Crows (Mr. Jones) vs. Kings of Leon (Use Somebody) vs. Whitney Houston (<My Love Is Your Love) vs. Matisyahu (One Day) and more

46. Dreadlock Child - Soulwax
Destiny's Child (Independent Women, Pt. I) vs. 10cc (Dreadlock Holiday)

47. House of Klezmer - DJ Faroff
House of Pain (Jump Around) vs. Amsterdam Klezmer Band vs. Pa Brapad

48. How Soon Is Independence? - Go Home Productions
Destiny's Child (Independent Women, Pt. I) vs. the Smiths (How Soon Is Now?)

49. No Taylor, No Scar - Norwegian Recycling
The Fugees (No Woman, No Cry) vs. Jack Johnson (Taylor) vs. Missy Higgins (Scar) vs. Honeywagon (When I Come Around) Colin Hay (Down Under)

50. Careless or Dead - The Kleptones
Wham! (Careless Whisper) vs. Bon Jovi (Wanted Dead or Alive)

51. Duffy Train Running - DJ Y alias JY
Duffy (Mercy) vs. the Doobie Brothers (Long Train Runnin')

52. United State of Pop 2008 (Viva La Pop) - DJ Earworm
Billboard's Top 40 Songs of 2008

53. Always With You - Divide and Kreate
Willie Nelson (Always On My Mind) vs. U2 (With or Without You)

54. Jenny's SuperstitiousDjlobsterdust
Stevie Wonder (Superstition) vs. The Killers (Jenny Was a Friend of Mine)

55. Casbah Wonder - Dunproofin'
Stevie Wonder (Uptight (Everything's Alright)) vs. The Clash (Rock the Casbah)

56. Imagine One Day (So Far Away) - Mashup-Germany
Matisyahu (One Day) vs. John Lennon (Imagine) vs. Blink-182 (All the Small Things) vs. Bob Marley (No Woman, No Cry)

57. Relm and Josie with Attitude - Relm
N.W.A. (Something 2 Dance 2) vs. the Outfield (Your Love)

58. Mashups in Heaven - Norwegian Recycling
Eric Clapton (Tears In Heaven) vs. Lionel Richie (Say You, Say Me) vs. Bob Dylan (Workingman's Blues #2) vs. Aphrodite's Child (Rain and Tears) vs. Blues Traveler (Hook)

59. War Bombs - Voicedude
Gap Band (You Dropped a Bomb On Me) vs. Edwin Starr (War) vs. Black Sabbath (War Pigs) vs. Outkast (B.O.B.)

60. Rock with Hurt - Aggro1
Johnny Cash (Hurt) vs. Ashanti (Rock Wit U (Awww Baby))

61. For the Love of C.R.E.A.M. - DJ BC
Wu-Tang Clan (C.R.E.A.M.) vs. The O'Jays (For the Love of Money)

62. Wicked Wedding - DJ Schmolli
Billy Idol (White Wedding (Part 1)) vs. Chris Isaak (Wicked Game)

63. Drop It Like It's A Whole LottLed Snooppelin - Party Ben
Snoop Dogg and Pharrell (Drop It Like It's Hot) vs. Led Zeppelin (Whole Lotta Love)

64. Rock In Black - Go Home Productions
AC/DC (Back In BlackWe Will Rock You) vs. Led Zeppelin (Black Dog) vs. Outkast (Ms. Jackson) vs. Crowded House (Weather with You) vs. Dr. Dre featuring Snoop Dogg (The Next Episode)

65. Listen Twice - DJ BC
Talib Kweli (Listen!) vs. the Doobie Brothers (Listen to the Music)

66. Brick (Expletive Deleted) - dj magnet
Mickey Avalon (My (Expletive Deleted)) vs. Beastie Boys (Root Down) vs. the Commodores (Brick House) vs Jimi Hendrix (Purple Haze)

67. About a Girl in My Dreams - Team 9
Nirvana (About a Girl) vs. Depeche Mode (Dream On)

68. Feel Like Making La-Di-Da - FiDELSKi
Bad Company (Feel Like Makin' Love) vs. Slick Rick and Doug E. Fresh (La Di Da Di (Live))

69. Four Twenty - Voicedude
Luniz (I Got 5 on It) vs. Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers (Mary Jane's Last Dance) vs. Afroman (Because I Got High)

70. Lonely Brother - Mysterious Producer
The Police (So Lonely) vs. Jungle Brothers (The Brothers)

71. Bumble Star Galactica - DJ Le Clown
Wilson Pickett (Bumble Bee (Sting Me)) vs. Prince (Sign 'O' the Times) vs. Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince (Boom! Shake the Room)

72. My Favorite Name - LOO and PLACIDO
Destiny's Child (Say My Name) vs. the Cardigans (My Favourite Game)

73. RiverBad – djlobsterdust
Meat Loaf (Two Out of Three Ain't Bad) vs. Morcheeba featuring Thomas Dybdahl (Riverbed)

74. This Tightropes Made For Walkin' - Party Ben
Nancy Sinatra (These Boots Are Made for Walkin') vs. Janelle Monáe featuring Big Boi (Tightrope)

75. Feel Good Roboto 2 - Victor Menegaux
Gorillaz (Feel Good Inc) vs. Styx (Mr. Roboto)

76. Are You Gonna be My Next Episode - cheekyboy
Dr. Dre featuring Snoop Dogg (The Next Episode) vs. Jet (Are You Gonna Be My Girl)

77. Decode Rude Boy – A plus D
Rihanna (Rude Boy) vs. Paramore (Decode)

78. Get that Rocky Mountain High - DJ Erb
John Denver (Rocky Mountain High) vs. Method Man & Redman (How High)

79. The Dog Smells Like Roses - 99x
Dr. Dre featuring Snoop Dogg (The Next Episode) vs. Guns N' Roses (Paradise City)

80. Intergalactic - Soulwax
Beastie Boys (Intergalactic) vs. Herbie Hancock (Rockit) vs. INXS (Need You Tonight) vs. AC/DC (Back In Black

81.  Funny Bizniz - The Abrahammer
M.I.A. (Paper Planes) vs Beastie Boys (Body Movin') vs. Nas (I Can)

82. Paperlong - Mighty Mike
Foo Fighters (Everlong) vs M.I.A. (Paper Planes)

83. Red Umbrella - DJTOPCAT
Rihanna featuring Jay-Z (Umbrella) vs UB40 (Red, Red Wine)

84. Dirt Off Your Shoulder - Danger Mouse
Jay-Z (Dirt Off Your Shoulder) vs. The Beatles (Julia)

85. Stand Up and Ring My Doorbell - DJ Riko
Ludacris (Stand Up) vs. The White Stripes (My Doorbell)

86. Maggie's 64 - locK3Down
Mike Jones featuring Bun B and Snoop Dogg (My 64) vs. Rage Against the Machine (Maggie's Farm)

87. Can't Tell My Wonderwall Nothing - Clinton Sparks
Kanye West (Can't Tell Me Nothing) vs. Oasis (Wonderwall)

88. Dancing Since U Been Gone - A Plus D
Robyn (Dancing On My Own) vs. Kelly Clarkson (Since U Been Gone)

89. Good ol' Fashion Rump Shaker - The Hood Internet
Beastie Boys (Shake Your Rump) vs. Matt and Kim (Good Ol' Fashion Nightmare)

90. We Will Rock and Roll You - DJ Matt Hite
Joan Jett (I Love Rock 'N Roll) vs. Queen (We Will Rock You) vs. 50 Cent (In da Club)

91. I Want You Closer - ToToM
Nine Inch Nails (Closer) vs. George Michael (I Want Your Sex)

92. Machine Gun Shelter - Party Ben
Commodores (Machine Gun) vs. Rolling Stones (Gimme Shelter)

93. Regulate Dust in the Wind - DJ Erb
Kansas (Dust In the Wind) vs. Warren G featuring Nate Dogg (Regulate)

94. Forget You, Santa! – Voicedude
Cee-Lo Green (Forget You) vs. Jackson 5 (I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus)

95. I Wish My Doorbell Rang - Sam Flanagan
Skee-Lo (I Wish) vs. The White Stripes (My Doorbell)

96. Marilou on Fire - Mighty Mike
Serge Gainsbourg (Marilou reggae dub) vs. Kings of Leon (Sex On Fire)

97. More Than on Point – DJ Topcat
House of Pain (On Point) vs. Boston (More Than a Feeling)

98. Rolling Confusion - Go Home Productions
The Rolling Stones (Street Fighting Man) vs. the Temptations (Ball of Confusion (That's What the World Is Today))

99. Penthouse Temperature – Essexboy
Sean Paul (Temperature) vs. Alan Braxe and Fred Falke (Penthouse Serenade)

100. When the Pussycat Dolls Cry – Pheugoo
Prince and the Revolution (When Doves Cry) vs. The Pussycat Dolls featuring Busta Rhymes (Don't Cha)

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