We strive to be objective as music journalists, so believe us when we say this: the Billboard list of the Top 50 Rock Songs of the Decade objectively blows. For a chart that measured airplay, streams, and sales across the last ten years, Imagine Dragons claimed the top three spots. In a truly jaw-dropping act of categorization, alternative hip-hop duo Twenty One Pilots also landed a trio of slots in the Top Two of the remaining placements are claimed by bands with punctuation scattered throughout their names, Panic! The rest belong to one-hit wonder Walk the Moon , as well as The Lumineers , whose stylings lean a bit closer to folk. Check out the list below. Read: The Top Albums of the s. As a website that has to wrestle with genre labels, we know that sometimes you end up forcing a square peg into a round hole, or an octo-peg into a zigzag.
In , Eminem got sober, Arcade Fire got spooked, Katy Perry flashed her hits, and Kanye sang one for jerk-offs everywhere. Read on for our obsessively curated list of the very best songs of the year. A twangy, hilarious vignette about a schoolgirl who becomes powerless against the charms of a mulleted, El Camino-driving skeezeball. NYC trio transcend joke-rap status by making a song about transcending joke-rap status, set to a finely stoned beat. Rock throws on a fringed jacket and cuts a Seventies-rock anthem that's perfect for cruising in a vintage Chevy — or just pumping your fist. The psych-pop jokers let down their guard and rip off the Band for a hazily pretty singalong about fast fame. An expertly reconstructed track from the Exile on Main Street sessions, with Keith Richards' damaged licks crying across the years. A nearly perfect pop-rap ballad, with the Atlanta MC telling his one and only, "You the whole package, plus you pay your taxes. Florida guys combine a Beach Boys-style surf tune with Nineties alt-rock riffs.
In a year when frontmen from veteran bands explored solo careers and new groups made their move toward the mainstream, these are the tunes that defined a colorful 12 months in the world of rock. In , Soundgarden re-arranged their longer original, added guitar overdubs and Cornell rewrote and rerecorded the vocals. Amazingly Cornell was still able to push the upper register of his voice. Frontman Stephen Richards lays into a disloyal girlfriend, balancing between a potently melodic chorus and some galvanic guitars. As rap-rock falls out of favor, how can Linkin Park balance a genre that made them popular with a more mature modern-rock sound? Balancing rapped and sung vocals, the hopeful, resilient track builds to a beautifully rousing finale. But this Stone Sour hit is no sappy love song: Instead, the hard-rock quintet turn the sentiment into a gripping, urgent battle cry for beating the odds and finding some sort of happy ending in a world with few guarantees. All in all, the track is an elegant bummer. The Gaslight Anthem produce perhaps their most rousing song ever on the title track from American Slang. But that struggle just makes the song all the more riveting and inspiring.
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