BEST SONGS OF 2005


1. Ciara feat. Missy Elliott – 1, 2 Step
2. Robbie Williams – Advertising Space
3. t.A.T.u. – All About Us
4. Brian McFadden & Delta Goodrem – Almost Here
5. Daniel Powter – Bad Day
6. Jesse McCartney – Beautiful Soul
7. Kelly Clarkson – Because of You
8. Kelly Clarkson – Behind These Hazel Eyes
9. Foo Fighters – Best of You
10. Weezer – Beverly Hills
11. Mattafix – Big City Life
12. KT Tunstall – Black Horse and the Cherry Tree
13. Green Day – Boulevard of Broken Dreams
14. Phantom Planet – California
15. 50 Cent – Candy Shop
16. Beyoncé feat. Slim Thug – Check on It
17. Howie Day – Collide
18. Gwen Stefani – Cool
19. Stereophonics – Dakota
20. Fall Out Boy – Dance Dance
21. Gorillaz – Dare
22. The All-American Rejects – Dirty Little Secret
23. Britney Spears – Do Somethin’
24. Mylo vs. Miami Sound Machine – Doctor Pressure
25. Shakira – Don’t Bother
26. Pussycat Dolls feat. Busta Rhymes – Don’t Cha
27. Mariah Carey – Don’t Forget About Us
28. Black Eyed Peas – Don’t Lie
29. Black Eyed Peas – Don’t Phunk with My Heart
30. Tokio Hotel – Durch den Monsun
31. Ben Moody feat. Anastacia – Everything Burns
32. Gorillaz – Feel Good Inc
33. Michael Bublé – Feeling Good
34. K’Maro – Femme Like You
35. Melanie C – First Day of My Life
36. Coldplay – Fix You
37. Chemical Brothers – Galvanize
38. Daddy Yankee – Gasolina
39. Jennifer Lopez – Get Right
40. 2Pac feat. Elton John – Ghetto Gospel
41. Kanye West feat. Jamie Foxx – Gold Digger
42. Bon Jovi – Have a Nice Day
43. James Blunt – High
44. Green Day – Holiday
45. Gwen Stefani – Hollaback Girl
46. Michael Bublé – Home
47. Madonna – Hung Up
48. Arctic Monkeys – I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor
49. Natasha Bedingfield – I Bruise Easily
50. Gavin DeGraw – I Don’t Want to Be
51. Good Charlotte – I Just Wanna Live
52. Backstreet Boys – Incomplete
53. Juanes – La Camisa Negra
54. Shakira feat. Alejandro Sanz – La Tortura
55. Simon Webbe – Lay Your Hands
56. 3 Doors Down – Let Me Go
57. Mario – Let Me Love You
58. Moby – Lift Me Up
59. Eminem – Like Toy Soldiers
60. Akon – Lonely
61. Rob Thomas – Lonely No More
62. The Corrs – Long Night
63. Bob Sinclar feat. Gary Pine – Love Generation
64. Eminem – Mockingbird
65. Black Eyed Peas – My Humps
66. Melanie C – Next Best Superstar
67. Katie Melua – Nine Million Bicycles
68. The Rasmus – No Fear
69. Simon Webbe – No Worries
70. Ciara feat. Ludacris – Oh
71. Ashanti – Only U
72. KT Tunstall – Other Side of the World
73. Nickelback – Photograph
74. Anastacia – Pieces of a Dream
75. Rihanna – Pon De Replay
76. Depeche Mode – Precious
77. Sugababes – Push the Button
78. Gwen Stefani feat. Eve – Rich Girl
79. Chris Brown – Run It!
80. Natalie Imbruglia – Shiver
81. Snoop Dogg feat. Charlie Wilson & Justin Timberlake – Signs
82. Kelly Clarkson – Since U Been Gone
83. Destiny’s Child feat. Lil Wayne – Soldier
84. Coldplay – Speed of Sound
85. Pussycat Dolls – Stickwitu
86. KT Tunstall – Suddenly I See
87. Fall Out Boy – Sugar, We’re Goin’ Down
88. Will Smith – Switch
89. Jessica Simpson – These Boots Are Made for Walkin’
90. Robbie Williams – Tripping
91. Sugababes – Ugly
92. Natasha Bedingfield – Unwritten
93. Green Day – Wake Me Up When September Ends
94. Sean Paul – We Be Burnin’
95. Mariah Carey – We Belong Together
96. Eminem – When I’m Gone
97. HIM – Wings of a Butterfly
98. Lifehouse – You and Me
99. James Blunt – You’re Beautiful
100. Westlife – You Raise Me Up

Based on the charts of the US and Europe (mainly the UK and Germany).
The songs are in alphabetical order.
Song snippets are kept short due to copyright reasons.

The Siegel-Schwall Band: A Music Review

This a testimonial of the 1966 blues cd titled The Siegel-Schwall Band. I think that this is just one of the finest recordings ever before generated.

The Beat of a Different Drummer With 7 Types of Drums

Can you identify the culture of a drum’s beat by its pitch? Drums of different origins are executed by drummers with social precision, showmanship as well as distinct audios.

Music Review: The Siegel-Schwall Reunion Concert

Please enjoy this review of the CD created at the 1987 get-together of Siegel-Schwall. This blues band was formed in 1964. They produced 2 of my all-time favored cds: The Siegel-Schwall Band in 1967 and also Say Siegel Schwall in 1968. Siegel-Schwall broke up in 1974 so I rejoiced to discover this reunion CD.

The Clash – “Give ‘Em Enough Rope” Doesn’t Get Enough Credit

Hard rock is actually hit-or-miss in some cases, and no album is a lot more evident than the Clash’s second document. “Provide ‘Em Enough Rope” was supposed to be a massive document for the mighty punkers, yet when they picked Sandy Pearlman for the manufacturer, things seemed to change a little and also the hard rock area let the band have it. Despite moans and also gripes from fans, the band proceeded and still made the record and also it is rather the accomplishment, also if it really did not have the prompt effect that their first or succeeding documents after this one had.

Ten Pop Songs That Are Unintentionally Frightening

An article on the Yahoo major page on October 29 detailed the 10 most frightening bands. The only 2 that made the listing from my childhood years are Kiss (# 3) and also Black Sabbath (# 1). Though I liked both bands, I can not recollect having actually been scared of either of them.

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