Friday, December 08, 2006

The Best Songs of 2006

My choice, of course. I've listed down the top 30 or so songs, and do post your comments. You'd actually be surprised which ones would land in the Top 10. *wink*

7 Minutes In Heaven (Atavan Halen) by Fall Out Boy
All I Have by Snow Patrol
Believe Me by Fort Minor
Boston by Augustana
Catch Your Wave by Click Five
Chasing Cars by Snow Patrol
Everything by Kaskade
Faster Kill Pussycat by Paul Oakenfold featuring Brittany Murphy
Forever Young by Youth Group
Get Together by Madonna
Half Light by Athlete
Hallelujah by Bamboo
Hands Open by Snow Patrol
How To Save A Life by The Fray
I'm Not Missing You by Stacie Orrico
In The Sun by Michael Stipe and Chris Martin
It Ends Tonight by All American Rejects
I've Got A Dark Alley…(Summer Song) by Fall Out Boy
Jump by Madonna
Listen To Your Heart by DHT featuring Edmee
Move Along by All American Rejects
Much Has Been Said by Bamboo
Open Your Eyes by Snow Patrol
Over My Head (Cable Car) by The Fray
Sexyback by Justin Timberlake
Song For A Friend by Jason Mraz
Statues by Low Millions
Stunt by Raindrops
Talk by Coldplay
The Mixed Tape by Jack's Mannequin
Thinking About You by Ivy
Too Little, Too Late by Jojo
Truth by Bamboo
Waiting On The World To Change by John Mayer
Watchin' by Freemasons featuring Ananda Wilson
Wires by Athlete

4 talkbacks:

ina said...

Love "Hands Open", "Open your Eyes" and "Much Has Been Said" (mostly because it invokes "Stay" -- yun ba yun? O ibang Bamboo song?). Hate "Chasing Cars" (mostly because I hate Grey's Anatomy) and the Brittany Murphy song (I don't know; it sounds uninspired). Otherwise, hmm, will have to look up the others.

monsterboy said...

Haha. I didn't like Chasing Cars much, really, but after watching Grey's (which I sorta like), the song went pretty OK.

But yes, you are right, most of the other songs in Eyes Open are better than that. And the two you mentioned tops my list too.

Stay was indeeed sampled over at Much has Been Said.
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For you, I'd recommend Athlete, if you're into the mopey stuff, and Jack's Mannequin for the piano-rock (ala Coldplay's Clocks) type.

guile said...

you've got good taste in music :)..

monsterboy said...

Guile: Thanks man! There's an official ranking list here, somewhere, and I'll complete it today. :D