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This is a very excellent, very humorous piece. The details really sell it, such as Captain America having toilet paper that looks like ...

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  • Listening to: Baby Fratelli - The Fratellis
  • Reading: Let Me Off at the Top! - Ron Burgundy
  • Watching: MST3K: Gorgo
  • Drinking: Water
See the first one for 500-451 and the basic guidelines and general notes. Let's keep going! (Also, until we hit about the top 100, none of this is really in any particular order. It's sort of a 400-way tie. Kinda. Better than having to explain why some songs I really love are so low.)
     

450. The Rolling Stones - "Beast of Burden" (1978)

449. Radiohead - "Creep" (1992)

448. Indigo Girls - "Closer to Fine" (1989)

447. Blondie - "One Way or Another" (1979)

446. Janis Joplin - "Me and Bobby McGee" (1971)

445. Don Gibson - "Oh Lonesome Me" (1957)

444. Dolly Parton - "Jolene" (1973)

443. The Smiths - "Sheila Take a Bow" (1987)

442. Sky Ferreira - "Lost in My Bedroom" (2012)

441. Genesis - "I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe)" (1974)

440. Eminem - "Lose Yourself" (2002) *would've been way higher if I had remembered it sooner*

439. The Last Poets - "When the Revolution Comes" (1970)

438. Marvin Gaye - "Got to Give It Up" (1977)

437. Blur - "The Universal" (1995)

436. Chumbawumba - "Tubthumping" (1997)

435. Muddy Waters - "Rollin' Stone" (1950)

434. Arctic Monkeys - "I Bet You Look Good On the Dancefloor" (2005)

433. The Aquabats - "Pool Party" (2000)

432. Vampire Weekend - "A-Punk" (2008)

431. The Isley Brothers - "It's Your Thing"(1969)

430. KC and the Sunshine Band - "Get Down Tonight" (1975)

429. Elvis Presley - "Heartbreak Hotel" (1956)

428. Beastie Boys - "Paul Revere" (1986)

427. Eminem - "Berzerk" (2013)

426. Pulp - "Babies" (1992)

425. Mott the Hoople - "All the Young Dudes" (1972)

424. Stevie Wonder - "I Believe (When I Fall In Love It Will Be Forever)" (1972)

423. The Fratellis - "Baby Fratelli" (2007)

422. The Beatles - "Here Comes the Sun" (1969)
open.spotify.com/track/6dGnYIe…

421. Run-D.M.C. - "It's Like That"/"Sucker M.C.'s" (1983) (tie)


420. Within Temptation - "Our Solemn Hour" (2007)

419. The Beatles - "Twist and Shout" (1963)

418. Michael Jackson - "Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough" (1979)

417. Bee Gees - "Stayin' Alive" (1977)

416. The J. Geils Band - "Love Stinks" (1980)

415. New Order - "Bizarre Love Triangle" (1986)

414. John Lennon - "Imagine" (1973)

413. Beth Orton - "She Cries Your Name" (1996)

412. The Buzzcocks - "Ever Fallen In Love (With Someone You Shouldn't've)" (1978)

411. The Knack - "My Sharona" (1979)

410. Jane's Addiction - "Stop!" (1990)

409. The Miracles - "The Tracks of My Tears" (1965)

408. Andy Williams - "It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year" (1963)

407. The La's - "There She Goes" (1988)

406. The Miracles - "You Really Got a Hold on Me" (1962)

405. The Carter Family - "Can the Circle Be Unbroken (By and By)" (1935)

404. Courtney Barnett - "Pedestrian at Best" (2015)

403. The Specials - "Ghost Town" (1981)

402. Digital Underground - "The Humpty Dance" (1989)

401. Duffy - "Mercy" (2008)

#s 500-451
#s 450-401
#s 400-351 (link coming soon)
#s 350-301 (link coming soon)
#s 300-251 (link coming soon)
#s 250-201 (link coming soon)
#s 200-151 (link coming soon)
#s 150-101 (link coming soon)
#s 100-51 (link coming soon)
#s 50-1 (link coming soon)

  • Listening to: Baby Fratelli - The Fratellis
  • Reading: Let Me Off at the Top! - Ron Burgundy
  • Watching: MST3K: Gorgo
  • Drinking: Water
See the first one for 500-451 and the basic guidelines and general notes. Let's keep going! (Also, until we hit about the top 100, none of this is really in any particular order. It's sort of a 400-way tie. Kinda. Better than having to explain why some songs I really love are so low.)
     

450. The Rolling Stones - "Beast of Burden" (1978)

449. Radiohead - "Creep" (1992)

448. Indigo Girls - "Closer to Fine" (1989)

447. Blondie - "One Way or Another" (1979)

446. Janis Joplin - "Me and Bobby McGee" (1971)

445. Don Gibson - "Oh Lonesome Me" (1957)

444. Dolly Parton - "Jolene" (1973)

443. The Smiths - "Sheila Take a Bow" (1987)

442. Sky Ferreira - "Lost in My Bedroom" (2012)

441. Genesis - "I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe)" (1974)

440. Eminem - "Lose Yourself" (2002) *would've been way higher if I had remembered it sooner*

439. The Last Poets - "When the Revolution Comes" (1970)

438. Marvin Gaye - "Got to Give It Up" (1977)

437. Blur - "The Universal" (1995)

436. Chumbawumba - "Tubthumping" (1997)

435. Muddy Waters - "Rollin' Stone" (1950)

434. Arctic Monkeys - "I Bet You Look Good On the Dancefloor" (2005)

433. The Aquabats - "Pool Party" (2000)

432. Vampire Weekend - "A-Punk" (2008)

431. The Isley Brothers - "It's Your Thing"(1969)

430. KC and the Sunshine Band - "Get Down Tonight" (1975)

429. Elvis Presley - "Heartbreak Hotel" (1956)

428. Beastie Boys - "Paul Revere" (1986)

427. Eminem - "Berzerk" (2013)

426. Pulp - "Babies" (1992)

425. Mott the Hoople - "All the Young Dudes" (1972)

424. Stevie Wonder - "I Believe (When I Fall In Love It Will Be Forever)" (1972)

423. The Fratellis - "Baby Fratelli" (2007)

422. The Beatles - "Here Comes the Sun" (1969)
open.spotify.com/track/6dGnYIe…

421. Run-D.M.C. - "It's Like That"/"Sucker M.C.'s" (1983) (tie)


420. Within Temptation - "Our Solemn Hour" (2007)

419. The Beatles - "Twist and Shout" (1963)

418. Michael Jackson - "Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough" (1979)

417. Bee Gees - "Stayin' Alive" (1977)

416. The J. Geils Band - "Love Stinks" (1980)

415. New Order - "Bizarre Love Triangle" (1986)

414. John Lennon - "Imagine" (1973)

413. Beth Orton - "She Cries Your Name" (1996)

412. The Buzzcocks - "Ever Fallen In Love (With Someone You Shouldn't've)" (1978)

411. The Knack - "My Sharona" (1979)

410. Jane's Addiction - "Stop!" (1990)

409. The Miracles - "The Tracks of My Tears" (1965)

408. Andy Williams - "It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year" (1963)

407. The La's - "There She Goes" (1988)

406. The Miracles - "You Really Got a Hold on Me" (1962)

405. The Carter Family - "Can the Circle Be Unbroken (By and By)" (1935)

404. Courtney Barnett - "Pedestrian at Best" (2015)

403. The Specials - "Ghost Town" (1981)

402. Digital Underground - "The Humpty Dance" (1989)

401. Duffy - "Mercy" (2008)

#s 500-451
#s 450-401
#s 400-351 (link coming soon)
#s 350-301 (link coming soon)
#s 300-251 (link coming soon)
#s 250-201 (link coming soon)
#s 200-151 (link coming soon)
#s 150-101 (link coming soon)
#s 100-51 (link coming soon)
#s 50-1 (link coming soon)

  • Listening to: Baby Fratelli - The Fratellis
  • Reading: Let Me Off at the Top! - Ron Burgundy
  • Watching: MST3K: Gorgo
  • Drinking: Water
Because why not. Don't think anybody's going to read this anyway. Did it for fun. Extremely objective. Some of these songs I'm not sure about, some I left off either on purpose ("Hotel California") or accidentally (too many to list), some people (if anybody sees this) will agree with, some that will destroy any critical credibility I have.
Note that these are my favorite songs. I'm not saying these are the greatest songs of all time (totally are though). They're just the songs I really, really like. I might eventually add reasons/apologies for the songs I picked, but who knows. I never have the time to do anything here. But for now, let's get started.
NOTE 1: I know some of my picks will contradict the lists I've made. I guess some songs sound better within the context of the year or whatever. I'm just inconsistent.
NOTE 2: "Hotel California" sucks.
NOTE 3: Some of these songs are waaaaay lower than they would have been if I'd thought of them earlier. I swear, half the top 10 would've been ties. Take the lower rankings with a grain of salt. I'm just one person after all.
NOTE 4: These are songs from the era of sound recording onward. I'm also only doing songs meant to be heard independently, so while some of these songs may have been used in movies or musicals, I'm avoiding ones specifically for movies or musicals (maybe "The Blues Are Brewing" is but I don't know).
500. Drake - "Back to Back" (2015)

499. 2pac (aka Makaveli) - "Hail Mary" (1997)

498. Bill Haley & His Comets - "Rock Around the Clock" (1954)

497. Kacey Musgraves - "Dime Store Cowgirl" (2015)

     

496. Coldplay - "Yellow" (2000)

495. Metric - "Gold Guns Girls" (2009)

494. Jimmy Cliff - "Many Rivers to Cross" (1969)

493. The Supremes - "You Keep Me Hangin' On" (1966)

492. Sylvester - "You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)" (1978)

491. Gnarls Barkley - "Run (I'm a Natural Disaster)" (2008)

490. Arctic Monkeys - "Brianstorm" (2007)

489. The Sweet - "The Ballroom Blitz" (1973)

488. The Staple Singers - "I'll Take You There" (1972)

487. Madonna - "Express Yourself" (1989)

486. Justice - "D.A.N.C.E." (2007)

485. Charli XCX - "Boom Clap" (2014)

484. The Kinks - "You Really Got Me" (1964)

483. Green Day - "When I Come Around" (1995)

482. Frankie Goes to Hollywood - "Relax" (1983)

481. Nirvana - "Lithium" (1992)

480. The Beatles - "Please Please Me" (1963)

479. The Modern Lovers - "Roadrunner" (1977)

478. Beastie Boys - "So What'cha Want" (1992)

477. Elton John - “Bennie and the Jets” (1974)

476. Toots and the Maytals - "Pressure Drop" (1970)

475. Adele - "Rumor Has It" (2011)

474. TV On the Radio - "Wolf Like Me" (2006)

473. Talk in Tongues - "Still Don't Seem to Care" (2015)

472. David Bowie - "Where Are We Now?" (2013)

471. A Flock of Seagulls - "Space Age Love Song" (1982)

470. Jackson Browne - "Running on Empty" (1978)

469. Lady Gaga - "Bad Romance" (2009)

468. Queen - "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" (1979)

467. Smith Westerns - "Weekend" (2011)

466. Queen and David Bowie - "Under Pressure" (1981)

465. New Radicals - "You Get What You Give" (1998)

464. The Roots feat. Corey ChesnuTT - "The Seed (2.0)" (2003)

463. The Notorious B.I.G. - "Ten Crack Commandments" (1997)

462. Patti Smith Group - "Dancing Barefoot" (1979)

461. The Bobby Fuller Four/The Clash - "I Fought the Law" (1966/1979) (tie)


460. Talking Heads - "Psycho Killer" (1979)

459. The Rolling Stones - "Rocks Off" (1972)

458. Marvin Gaye - "What's Going On" (1971)

457. U2 - "Where the Streets Have No Name" (1987)

456. Simon & Garfunkel - "America" (1968)

455. Mumford & Sons - "Little Lion Man" (2009)

454. Alabama Shakes - "Hold On" (2012)

453. Snoop Dogg feat. Pharrell Williams - "Drop It Like It's Hot" (2004)

452. The Zombies - "Time of the Season" (1968)

451. Van Morrison - "Brown Eyed Girl" (1967)/"Moondance" (1970)/"Into the Mystic" (1970) (tie)



#s 500-451
#s 450-401 (link coming soon)
#s 400-351 (link coming soon)
#s 350-301 (link coming soon)
#s 300-251 (link coming soon)
#s 250-201 (link coming soon)
#s 200-151 (link coming soon)
#s 150-101 (link coming soon)
#s 100-51 (link coming soon)
#s 50-1 (link coming soon)

  • Listening to: Baby Fratelli - The Fratellis
  • Reading: Let Me Off at the Top! - Ron Burgundy
  • Watching: MST3K: Gorgo
  • Drinking: Water
All right! Here are the first of my progressively more recent look-backs at the Billboard Year-End Hot 100s from milestone years. So, let's go back 50 years to 1966. The pop music paradigm was shifting. Motown was at its peak, the days of corny novelty groups were numbered (though far from over), and psychedelia was slowly starting to take a hold of the pop charts. As far as I can tell. This was all way before my time (obviously). Best I can gather is that pop music was at an unmatchable peak - heck, from about 1964 to 1967, the pop charts were really, really good in a way I haven't seen since. Also, my mom was born in '66, so that's nice. The big hits of 1966 aren't just really good songs, they're all-timers. My list plays out less like an actual year-end best list and more like a parroting of the Rolling Stone 500 Songs list. But I'm here to be honest, and the big hits of 1966 were honestly really good. This also means they've held up, so that's why this list is going to be so glaringly obvious. Anyway, before we hit the list proper, here are some honorable mentions:
  • "You're My Soul and Inspiration" - The Righteous Brothers: Fine song, but it's basically just "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'" all over again.
  • "Monday, Monday" - The Mamas and the Papas: We've got a better Mamas and the Papas song on the actual list, but this also shows why they were damn near untouchable at their best.
  • "Nowhere Man" - The Beatles: Couple of Beatles songs made the year-end chart. While I do love this song, the ones that charted weren't really quite good enough for the list. Now, if we were talking '68 and "Hey Jude," however...
  • "Land of 1000 Dances" - Wilson Pickett: Classic soul. Try the Jello Biafra version.
  • "Shapes of Things" - The Yardbirds: It's Eric Clapton. What do you expect?
  • "Reach Out I'll Be There" - The Four Tops: Desperately close to actually making the list, except I kind of despise how catchy the chorus is.
  • "I Fought the Law" - The Bobby Fuller Four: With all due respect to Bobby Fuller, The Clash did a much better version.
  • "Good Lovin'" - The Rascals: Very catchy, but a little too slight for the list.
  • "Walk Away Renee" - The Left Banke: Because nothing gets an actual girl to your side than making it blatantly public in a wildly successful pop song that you want her to be yours. Teenagers.
Now, on to the list!
10. "Uptight (Everything's Alright)" - Stevie Wonder

I am unsubtle and unapologetic in my love of Stevie Wonder. The man's deservedly become a musical icon by conquering soul and funk in the '60s and '70s (the less said about his work in the '80s, the better). Of course, before he hit the happy medium of creative satisfaction and chart success in the '70s, he just made amiable, fun soul music. The key example is "Uptight (Everything's Alright)", a song that isn't nearly as good as his '70s successes but still shows that the man knew his way around a pop song. It's definitely got catchiness working in its favor; between the great horn section, slick bass line, and Wonder's great vocals, this is just as perfect a pop song as you could hope to hear. Fun and energetic without being cloying. It doesn't give much of a hint that this would eventually be the same guy who'd release stuff like Innervisions and Songs in the Key of Life, but it already showed that he could make a great song that everyone can enjoy. A lot of musicians that try to reinvent themselves as experimental make their music a lot harder to listen to, but Wonder always knew how to make a good song. It's in his blood. So, while his later stuff is better, "Uptight (Everything's Alright)" is joyful, energetic, and full of the musical craftsmanship that made Stevie Wonder a superstar.

9. "You Keep Me Hangin' On" - The Supremes

It's never seemed like teen idols have had to fill much of a requirement for sounding good. Their songs are meant to be expendable pop that rests more on the image of the singer than any actual lyrical or musical content. Of course, nowadays, we don't have their hits being made by Motown, and none of the groups nowadays can hold a candle to the Supremes. The '60s harbored more girl groups than your average large country, but reigning supreme were...well, the Supremes (if that stupid talk show host in the video can make that joke, I can). Fifth Harmony only wishes they can craft a hook this good. The guitar work is nothing short of impressive, and while none of the Supremes have fantastic voices (Diana Ross would mature over time), they really sell it. There isn't really a ton to say about that song - a fundamental problem I had in compiling this list, considering these are some of the most famous songs of all time - but it's definitely worth a re-listen.

8. "Summer in the City" - The Lovin' Spoonful

This song is practically the '60s personified. The laid-back lyrics, the keyboard, the overall light, airy feel. I've loved this song for a long time. I think it's because it sets the tone so well - it really feels like you're in NYC on a blisteringly hot day, turning into a warm, slightly breezy night. Like a lot of the songs I've included here, it also works because it's really catchy. You try getting that keyboard line out of your head.

Well, damn. We've gone through three songs already and I've hardly said anything about them. While I'm not questioning my choices at all, I wish I had more to say - they're some of the most critically acclaimed songs of all time. Heck, not even - the other seven are even bigger. Well, let it never be said I can't take a challenge. Let's say something new!

7. "96 Tears" by Question Mark and the Mysterians

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6. "Wild Thing" by The Troggs

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5. "When a Man Loves a Woman" by Percy Sledge

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4. "The Sound of Silence" by Simon & Garfunkel

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3. "California Dreamin'" by The Mamas and The Papas

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2. "Paint It Black" by The Rolling Stones

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1. "Good Vibrations" by The Beach Boys

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  • Listening to: Baby Fratelli - The Fratellis
  • Reading: Let Me Off at the Top! - Ron Burgundy
  • Watching: MST3K: Gorgo
  • Drinking: Water
Way back when, the movie Big Hero 6 put playlists on Spotify with music its characters would listen to (very good ones, in fact). Around the same time, :icon:jbwarner: did the same with his Nineteen Ninety-Something characters. This got me to wondering: what would the Amuza Spektaklo gang (man, I should really change the name) listen to? Here's what I got.

MARSHMALLOW THE DOG:
  1. "Weird Al" Yankovic - "One More Minute"
  2. Tom Lehrer - "We Will All Go Together When We Go"
  3. Stan Freberg - "The Banana Boat Song (Day-O)"
  4. Tony Goldmark - "The Guy On TV is Not Happy"
  5. Gary Muller - "My Name is Not Merv Griffin"
  6. Allan Sherman - "The Ballad of Harry Lewis"
  7. Barnes & Barnes - "Fish Heads"
  8. They Might Be Giants - "Ana Ng"
  9. Barenaked Ladies -"A"
  10. Rachel Bloom - "Fuck Me, Ray Bradbury"
  11. Frank Zappa - "Don't Eat the Yellow Snow"
  12. Steve Martin - "King Tut"
  13. Spike Jones feat. Mel Blanc - "Clink, Clink, Another Drink"
  14. Mel Blanc - "Ten Little Bottles"
  15. Shel Silverstein - "The Smoke Off"
  16. Travis Meyer - "The Devil Went to Jamaica"
  17. Tenacious D - "Classico"
  18. The Lonely Island feat. T-Pain - "I'm On a Boat"
  19. Denis Leary - "Asshole"
  20. Adele - "Hello"
CRUSTY THE CAT:
  1. KONGOS - "Come With Me Now"
  2. The White Stripes - "Hypnotize"
  3. Beck - "E-Pro"
  4. Queens of the Stone Age - "No One Else"
  5. Nirvana - "Heart Shaped Box"
  6. Big Audio Dynamite - "The Globe"
  7. Cowboy Mouth - "Jenny Says"
  8. Sleater-Kinney - "You're No Rock 'N Roll Fun"
  9. Paramore - "Brick by Boring Brick"
  10. Gorillaz - "Clint Eastwood"
  11. Smash Mouth - "Walking on the Sun"
  12. The Smiths - "How Soon is Now?"
  13. Living Color - "Cult of Personality"
  14. Quiet Riot - "Cum On Feel the Noize"
  15. Joan Jett and the Blackhearts - "Do You Wanna Touch (Oh Yeah)"
  16. Bruce Springsteen - "10th Avenue Freeze-Out"
  17. Franz Ferdinand - "Take Me Out"
  18. Green Day - "Longview"
  19. MC5 - "Kick Out the Jams"
  20. Adele - "Hello"
MARZIPAN THE HOUND:
  1. Ben Folds - "Zak and Sara"
  2. Patti Smith Group - "Dancing Barefoot"
  3. Rilo Kiley - "A Better Son/Daughter"
  4. Jenny Lewis - "Just One of the Guys"
  5. Billy Joel - "Sometimes a Fantasy"
  6. The Jam - "That's Entertainment"
  7. The Postal Service - "Such Great Heights"
  8. Kitten - "Kill the Light"
  9. "Weird Al" Yankovic - "Close But No Cigar"
  10. The Beatles - "We Can Work It Out"
  11. Shania Twain - "That Don't Impress Me Much"
  12. Laura Benanti - "I Love Musicals"
  13. Courtney Barnett - "Pedestrian at Best"
  14. Girlpool - "Chinatown"
  15. Tracy Chapman - "Give Me One Reason"
  16. Dirty Projectors - "About to Die"
  17. Bobbie Gentry - "Ode to Billie Joe"
  18. Carole King - "Some Kind of Wonderful"
  19. Joni Mitchell - "Both Sides Now"
  20. Adele - "Hello"
SALLY MEANDER:
  1. Redbone - "Come and Get Your Love"
  2. ABBA - "The Winner Takes It All"
  3. Queen - "Don't Stop Me Now"
  4. The Jackson 5 - "I'll Be There"
  5. Bee Gees - "You Should Be Dancing"
  6. Shalamar - "A Night to Remember"
  7. Little Eva - "The Loco-Motion"
  8. Blondie - "Rapture"
  9. Kenny Loggins - "Footloose"
  10. The Righteous Brothers - "You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'"
  11. Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell - "Ain't No Mountain High Enough"
  12. Madonna - "Express Yourself"
  13. Cyndi Lauper - "Time After Time"
  14. Cheryl Lynn - "Got to Be Real"
  15. Diana Ross - "I'm Coming Out"
  16. Elton John - "Crocodile Rock"
  17. Cascada - "Everytime We Touch"
  18. Billy Ray Cyrus - "Achy Breaky Heart"
  19. Culture Club - "Do You Really Want to Hurt Me"
  20. Adele - "Hello"
EAGER BEAVER:
  1. "Burn" - Philippa Soo
  2. "Rose's Turn" - Patti LuPone
  3. "Sunrise, Sunset" - Julia Migenes
  4. "I Get a Kick Out of You" - Sutton Foster
  5. "Ring of Keys" - Sidney Lucas
  6. "There Once Was a Man" - John Raitt and Janis Paige
  7. "The Oldest Established" - Walter Bobbie, Nathan Lane, and J.K. Simmons
  8. "Some Enchanted Evening" - Ezio Pinza
  9. "Wilkommen" - Alan Cumming
  10. "All That Jazz" - Bebe Neuwrith
  11. "One Second and a Million Miles" - Steven Pasquale and Kelli O'Hara
  12. "Wig in a Box" - John Cameron Mitchell
  13. "Will Power" - Christian Borle
  14. "Magic to Do" - Ben Vereen
  15. "When You Got It, Flaunt It" - Cady Huffman, Matthew Broderick, and Nathan Lane
  16. "America" - Karen Olivo
  17. "I've Been" - Alice Ripley
  18. "For Good" - Idina Menzel and Kristen Chenoweth
  19. "I Believe" - Andrew Rannells
  20. "Hello" - Adele
DICKY DUCK
  1. Wiz Khalifa ft. Charlie Puth - "See You Again"
  2. Miley Cyrus - "Start All Over"
  3. Selena Gomez - "Same Old Love"
  4. Rick Dees and His Cast of Idiots - "Disco Duck"
  5. Demi Lovato - "La La Land"
  6. Pink - "Get the Party Started"
  7. Meghan Trainor - "Dear Future Husband"
  8. Taylor Swift - "Love Story"
  9. Hot Chelle Rae - "Tonight, Tonight"
  10. Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton - "Islands in the Stream"
  11. Mariah Carey - "Vision of Love"
  12. One Direction - "Live While We're Young"
  13. Justin Bieber feat. Sean Kingston - "Eenie Meenie"
  14. Ohio Express - "Yummy Yummy Yummy (I Got Love in My Tummy)"
  15. The Beatles - "She Loves You"
  16. OMI - "Cheerleader"
  17. Rihanna - "Pon de Replay"
  18. The Beach Boys - "Dance, Dance, Dance"
  19. Usher feat. Pitbull - "DJ Got Us Fallin' In Love"
  20. Adele - "Hello"
  • Listening to: Baby Fratelli - The Fratellis
  • Reading: Let Me Off at the Top! - Ron Burgundy
  • Watching: MST3K: Gorgo
  • Drinking: Water
See the first one for 500-451 and the basic guidelines and general notes. Let's keep going! (Also, until we hit about the top 100, none of this is really in any particular order. It's sort of a 400-way tie. Kinda. Better than having to explain why some songs I really love are so low.)
     

450. The Rolling Stones - "Beast of Burden" (1978)

449. Radiohead - "Creep" (1992)

448. Indigo Girls - "Closer to Fine" (1989)

447. Blondie - "One Way or Another" (1979)

446. Janis Joplin - "Me and Bobby McGee" (1971)

445. Don Gibson - "Oh Lonesome Me" (1957)

444. Dolly Parton - "Jolene" (1973)

443. The Smiths - "Sheila Take a Bow" (1987)

442. Sky Ferreira - "Lost in My Bedroom" (2012)

441. Genesis - "I Know What I Like (In Your Wardrobe)" (1974)

440. Eminem - "Lose Yourself" (2002) *would've been way higher if I had remembered it sooner*

439. The Last Poets - "When the Revolution Comes" (1970)

438. Marvin Gaye - "Got to Give It Up" (1977)

437. Blur - "The Universal" (1995)

436. Chumbawumba - "Tubthumping" (1997)

435. Muddy Waters - "Rollin' Stone" (1950)

434. Arctic Monkeys - "I Bet You Look Good On the Dancefloor" (2005)

433. The Aquabats - "Pool Party" (2000)

432. Vampire Weekend - "A-Punk" (2008)

431. The Isley Brothers - "It's Your Thing"(1969)

430. KC and the Sunshine Band - "Get Down Tonight" (1975)

429. Elvis Presley - "Heartbreak Hotel" (1956)

428. Beastie Boys - "Paul Revere" (1986)

427. Eminem - "Berzerk" (2013)

426. Pulp - "Babies" (1992)

425. Mott the Hoople - "All the Young Dudes" (1972)

424. Stevie Wonder - "I Believe (When I Fall In Love It Will Be Forever)" (1972)

423. The Fratellis - "Baby Fratelli" (2007)

422. The Beatles - "Here Comes the Sun" (1969)
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421. Run-D.M.C. - "It's Like That"/"Sucker M.C.'s" (1983) (tie)


420. Within Temptation - "Our Solemn Hour" (2007)

419. The Beatles - "Twist and Shout" (1963)

418. Michael Jackson - "Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough" (1979)

417. Bee Gees - "Stayin' Alive" (1977)

416. The J. Geils Band - "Love Stinks" (1980)

415. New Order - "Bizarre Love Triangle" (1986)

414. John Lennon - "Imagine" (1973)

413. Beth Orton - "She Cries Your Name" (1996)

412. The Buzzcocks - "Ever Fallen In Love (With Someone You Shouldn't've)" (1978)

411. The Knack - "My Sharona" (1979)

410. Jane's Addiction - "Stop!" (1990)

409. The Miracles - "The Tracks of My Tears" (1965)

408. Andy Williams - "It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year" (1963)

407. The La's - "There She Goes" (1988)

406. The Miracles - "You Really Got a Hold on Me" (1962)

405. The Carter Family - "Can the Circle Be Unbroken (By and By)" (1935)

404. Courtney Barnett - "Pedestrian at Best" (2015)

403. The Specials - "Ghost Town" (1981)

402. Digital Underground - "The Humpty Dance" (1989)

401. Duffy - "Mercy" (2008)

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Eh...what's up, Deviants? I'm thrilled and pleased to be a part of the DeviantArt community! I love to draw cartoons, whether they're established characters (Looney Tunes, SpongeBob) or my own zany gang. Speaking of them, I'm working on an animated webseries entitled AMUZA SPEKTAKLO, which is in the grand tradition of classic cartoons and screwball comedies. I really am glad to be here; some of my biggest artistic influences come from this very site. I hope you all like my stuff!
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CoolZDane Featured By Owner May 13, 2016
Happy Birthday!
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Nihatemoon Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2016
Hey Joe How are you
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HeRodeABlazingCarpet Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2016  Hobbyist Filmographer
I'm good. You?
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Nihatemoon Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2016
im good 2, so whats up
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HeRodeABlazingCarpet Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2016  Hobbyist Filmographer
Not much. Barely have any time to check back here, but still squeezing in deviations when I can.
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gryffonmanic Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2015  Student General Artist
hi
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HeRodeABlazingCarpet Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2015  Hobbyist Filmographer
Hi gryff! What's up?
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gryffonmanic Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2015  Student General Artist
not much.  School's done for this semester, and I've got a bunch of A-range results from class(A+ for an art class with presenting storyboards)
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HeRodeABlazingCarpet Featured By Owner Dec 21, 2015  Hobbyist Filmographer
That's great! So things are generally good?
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creepsome Featured By Owner May 13, 2015
Happy Birthday :iconspinningcakeplz::iconpresentplz:Party:iconballoonplz:Airborne:iconhappybirthday2plz:
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