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I'm really excited to see how this plays out. Anyone else think we should have a thread about it in the main forum?
Today's section featured a huge amount of largely unknown songs (to me, at least) due to their "one song, one artist" rule. I'm divided on whether this rule is a positive thing, but I guess the results will be more interesting and fresh without multiple tracks from OK Computer, Nevermind, Loveless, et. al. Already, there is a ton a new music for me to digest, and that's always a good thing.
I'm surprised by the amount of Pitchfork 500's songs in that segment, or of songs even only on the "see also" sections.
There is even at least one song that is not included (Super Shine) since an other song from Boredoms is included.
Another example of how Pitchfork has moved to the mainstream and not the other way around: do you think Len's "Steal My Sunshine" would have been on this list in, say, 2003?
I'm really hoping Wilco's "Via Chicago" made the list; it was in the p4k 500 book and is probably in my top 5 of the decade.
Since there's the rule of only a song by artist i'm hoping to see a good amount of females (which pitchfork always underrate them). Bjork, PJ Harvey are locks, but it'd be good to see Liz Phair, Tori Amos, Hole, Sleater-Kinney and even Fiona Apple's Criminal, which made their favorite videos list.
I guess I shouldn't expect to see a Madonna track on this list, considering her highest placement on the 200s top 500 was in the 470s. LOL
Women in general do not fare as well as men on these lists.
Re the mainstream comment- I agree. Boyz II Men's "Motownphilly"?
I hoped Slint would do slightly better than Good Morning Captain at 148...considering Spiderland is (rightly) in it's top 10 for the decade, and Good Morning Captain being the epic ending that it is, I would've hoped for a little higher.
What Radiohead song will they put in it? I pray to God that it's not Creep, so that leaves probably Paranoid Android? What R.E.M. song? Losing My Religion is probably a lock, but maybe they'd pick one from Automatic For The People, which isn't short of killer songs.
There are a nice amount of females so far:
Now we have to expect PJ Harvey's Rid of Me (since it made their 500 tracks book, although i wish we could see down by the water...) and a Bjork song (it can be any of them)
I called it - they went with Nightswimming. And Last Goodbye over Hallelujah for Jeff Buckley?
for "Groove is in the Heart" said that its bubblegum theme makes "Vogue" sound hardcore. But, still not expecting a Madge track- Pitchfork isn't all that keen on her. Though it reviewed the Celebration album and said it had some "remarkable music" on it (but wasn't fond of the sequencing), for one.
The only all-time feature was that Pitchfork 500 book- isit safe to look at that and predict 90s tracks' showing? I wonder how the tracks featured in that have fared thus far on the 90s list.
There were some strange picks in today's section. Nightswimming for R.E.M., and outside the top 50 at that? "Dry the Rain" ranking far lower than The Three EP's did on their 90s albums list? "Lovefool" placing so high?
However, "Roygbiv" was a great selection, as was "Glory Box" and "This Is How We Walk on the Moon."
I'm loving some of their choices from 100 to 51.
Last Goodbye is easily my favourite Buckley song, I love their choice of Modest Mouse song and Alec Eiffel is my favourite Pixies track outside of their first two albums.
were included in the Pitchfork 500 (1977-2006) book. As you can see, some tracks included in the new Top 200 were not present in the book:
o Deee-Lite - Groove Is In the Heart
o Pet Shop Boys - Being Boring
o Sinéad O’Conner - Nothing Compares 2 U
o Orb - Little Fluffy Clouds
o KLF - Wichita Lineman Was a Song I Once Heard
o 808 State - Pacific State
o Orbital - Chime
o Depeche Mode - Enjoy the Silence
o My Blood Valentine - Soon
o Vaselines - Son of a Gun
o Beat Happening - Indian Summer
o Daniel Johnston - Some Things Last a Long Time
o Mudhoney - Touch Me, I’m Sick
o Pixies - Wave of Mutilation
o Nirvana - Smells Like Teen Spirit
o Pavement - Summer Babe
o Archers of Loaf - Web In Front
o Yo La Tengo - From a Motel 6
o Sebadoh - Freed Pig
o A Tribe Called Quest - Check the Rhime
o De La Soul - A Roller Skating Jam Named ‘Saturdays’
o Black Sheep - Choice Is Yours
o Massive Attack - Unfinished Sympathy
o Tricky - Aftermath [Version 1]
o Primal Scream - Higher Than the Sun
o Spiritualized - Step into the Breeze
o Slowdive - Alison
o Aphex Twin - Xtal
o Talk Talk - Ascension Day
o Slint - Good Morning, Captain
o Disco Inferno - Last Dance
o Stereolab - French Disko
o Acen - Trip II the Moon (Parts 1 & 2)
o Future Sound of London - Papua New Guinea
o Human Resource - Dominator [Joey Beltram Mix]
o Rufige Kru - Terminator
o Omni Trio - Renegade Snares
o Red House Painters - New Jersey
o Teenage Fanclub - The Concept
o Heavenly - C Is the Heavenly Option
o Tindersticks - City Sickness
o Unrest - Make Out Club
o Tenor Saw with Buju Banton - Ring the Alarm Quick
o Dr Dre featuring Snoop Doggy Dogg - Nuthin’ but a ‘G’ Thang
o Ice Cube - It Was a Good Day
o 2Pac featuring Digital Underground - I Get Around
o Souls of Mischief - ‘93 ‘Til Infinity
o Suede - Drowners
o Blur - For Tomorrow
o Elastica - Stutter
o Ween - Doctor Rock
o Wu-Tang Clan - Protect Ya Neck
o Geto Boys - Mind Playing Tricks On Me
o Pete Rock & CL Smooth - They Reminisce Over You (TROY)
o Bikini Kill - Rebel Girl
o Melvins - Hooch
o Dinosaur Jr - Start Choppin’
o Pixies - U-Mass
o Liz Phair - Divorce Song
o PJ Harvey - Rid of Me
o Afghan Whigs - Debonair
o Rage Against the Machine - Killing In the Name
o Lemonheads - It’s a Shame About Ray
o Beck - Loser
o Breeders - Cannonball
o Nirvana - Scentless Apprentice
o Hole - Violet
o Smashing Pumpkins - 1979
o Green Day - Longview
o Weezer - Say It Ain’t So
o Blur - Girls & Boys
o Oasis - Live Forever
o Pulp - Common People
o Notorious BIG - Juicy
o Nas - It Ain’t Hard To Tell
o Mobb Deep - Shook Ones, Pt II
o Genius/GZA - 4th Chamber
o Pavement - Gold Soundz
o Built To Spill - Car
o Modest Mouse - Broke
o Frank Black - Headache
o Jon Spencer Blues Explosion - Bellbottoms
o Guided By Voices - I Am a Scientist
o Nine Inch Nails - Closer
o Björk - Hyperballad
o Beck - Devil’s Haircut
o Portishead - Sour Times
o Saint Etienne - Like a Motorway
o Basic Channel - Octagon
o Paperclip People - Throw
o DJ Shadow - Midnight In a Perfect World
o Dr Octagon - Blue Flowers
o Common - I Used To Lover HER
o Jeff Buckley - Grace
o Mazzy Star - Fade Into You
o Arthur Russell - This Is How We Walk On the Moon
o Low - Words
o Auteurs - Unsolved Child Murder
o Jawbox - Savory
o Drive Like Jehu - Luau
o Brainiac - Pussyfootin’
o Napalm Death - Twist the Knife (Slowly)
o Darkthrone - En As i Dype Skogen
o Ol’ Dirty Bastard - Brooklyn Zoo
o Snoop Doggy Dogg - Gin & Juice
o Luniz - I Got 5 On It
o Cutty Ranks - Limb By Limb
o Prodigy - No Good (Start the Dance)
o Underworld - Born Slippy (NUXX)
o Chemical Brothers featuring Noel Gallagher - Setting Sun
o Daft Punk - Da Funk
o Belle & Sebastian - State I Am In
o Elliott Smith - Needle In the Hay
o Magnetic Fields - Take Ecstasy with Me
o Palace Music - New Partner
o Arab Strap - First Big Weekend
o Tortoise - Gamera
o Sea & Cake - Parasol
o Pavement - Rattled By the Rush
o Guided By Voices - Game of Pricks
o Weezer - El Scorcho
o Radiohead - Paranoid Android
o Björk - Jóga
o Verve - Bitter Sweet Symphony
o Elliott Smith - Between the Bars
o Cat Power - Cross Bones Style
o Clientele - Reflections After Jane
o Bonne ‘Prince’ Billy - I See a Darkness
o Smog - Teenage Spaceship
o Silver Jews - Random Rules
o Autechre - Arch Carrier
o Boards of Canada - Happy Cycling
o Herbert - So Now…
o Aphex Twin - Windowlicker
o Uilab - St Elmo’s Fire
o Air - Soleil Est Près de Moi
o Massive Attack - Teardrop
o Black Star - Respiration
o Notorious BIG - Hypnotize
o OutKast - Spottieottiedopaliscious
o Roots - Next Movement
o Flaming Lips - Waitin’ for a Superman
o Beta Band - Dry the Rain
o Olivia Tremor Control - Hideaway
o Neutral Milk Hotel - Holland, 1945
o Super Furry Animals - Ice Hockey Hair
o Stardust - Music Sounds Better with You
o Basement Jaxx - Jump n’ Shout
o Wilco - Via Chicago
o Pulp - This Is Hardcore
o Belle & Sebastian - Lazy Line Painter Jane
o Yo La Tengo - Autumn Sweater
o Sleater-Kinney - One More Hour
o Refused - New Noise
o Dismemberment Plan - The City
o Boredoms - Super Shine
o Mogwai - Like Herod
o Jim O’Rourke - Halfway To a Threeway
o Sigur Rós - Svefn-G-Englar
Today's section was incredible. So many personal favorites and solid choices. I was glad to see some acclaim for "Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating in Space," my number 3 track of all time which is inexplicably absent from the AM 3000. The only really surprising choices were "Girls and Boys" (I like the song, but over "Song 2," "Coffee and TV," "This is a Low," and "For Tomorrow?") and "Needle in the Hay" (I thought "Waltz #2" or "Between the Bars" would be the Elliott Smith choice). There were so many great songs today that I'm not sure what's left for the top 20.
Nirvana, Pavement, Radiohead and Beck are all locks for tomorrow I bet. What else is going to be there? Has there been any Weezer yet?
I'd like to see Red Hot Chili Peppers' "Under the Bridge," but I doubt that Pitchfork would place it so high. Then again, before this week I never thought that I would see "November Rain" on a Pitchfork list either.
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Trailer Trash for Modest Mouse was absolutely perfect. I've just got into that album and I think it's brilliant, and that song is truly great.
Slightly sad Massive Attack did so poorly (can't remember the number). Unfinished Sympathy surely is a masterpiece.
Here are my predictions for the top 20. I'm really confident about these 14:
Radiohead - "Paranoid Android"
Nirvana - "Smells Like Teen Spirit"
Beck - "Loser"
Pavement - "Summer Babe"
My Bloody Valentine - "Soon"
Neutral Milk Hotel - "Holland, 1945"
Pulp - "Common People"
Dr. Dre - "Nuthin' But a G Thang"
Notorious B.I.G. - "Juicy"
Wu-Tang Clan - "C.R.E.A.M."
Daft Punk - "Da Funk"
Weezer - "Buddy Holly"
Aphex Twin - "Windowlicker"
DJ Shadow - "Midnight in a Perfect World"
Not so sure about these six:
Depeche Mode - "Enjoy the Silence"
Belle and Sebastian - "The State I Am In"
Bjork - "Hyperballad" (could be a lot of different songs for her)
Talk Talk - "Ascension Day"
Rage Against the Machine - "Killing in the Name"
Mazzy Star - "Fade into You"
I've never seen so many people liking a Pitchfork list before
and a Belle and Sebastian track to pick is something pretty hard to do, i have no idea which one is going to make it, although i do know it will be a "If you're feeling sinister" one (here's some hoping for "Seeing Other People" or "Get Me Away From Here I'm Dying"), but i would be great if it was The State I Am In.
My predictions weren't that bad! That Aaliyah song came out of nowhere, but I should have remembered their OutKast fetish. I knew I had a lot of those artists right, it was just really hard to pick the songs for them.
As far as the picks themselves go, I really like "Gold Soundz," but it makes no sense as a number one pick for a decade. I guess it's more interesting than going with "Paranoid Android" or "Smells Like Teen Spirit," but it just doesn't feel right. In fact, something felt a little awkward about the whole top twenty. I think I preferred yesterday's section to today's.
good stuff on the list, but, as the resident Madonna Acclaim seeker, pretty disappointing that there wasn't a single Madonna entry- especially when something like "Motownphilly"- as one example- is on there. "Vogue," "Ray of Light" or "Beautiful Stranger," for example, aren't "cool" enough for Pitchfork critics?
despise "Motownphilly" or anything, but I don't find it to be one of the best tracks of the 90s- at least when others that are more deserving are not ranked. "Motownphilly" doesn't even show up on the AM site in terms of acclaim- but, every now and then, a stray, non-acclaimed track makes it onto a big list, so there ya go.
Loved seeing Biggie so high, he's my favorite rapper, and the only with 2 songs in my top 100. Now, since everyone's curious, my top rap songs (Not all are top 100):
1. Juicy - Biggie
2. The Message - Grandmaster Flash
3. Crazy - Gnarls Barkley
4. Big Poppa - Biggie
5. Rock Box - Run DMC
6. Lose Yourself - Eminem
7. Rapper's Delight - Sugarhill Gang
8. Walk This Way - Run DMC
9. Express Yourself - N.W.A
10. Hypnotize - Biggie
be more impressed with Slant's upcoming Best of the 90s list (set for early next year), as it undoubtedly will have at least one Madonna track on it.
Listyguy, no female rap songs? Do you have a favorite?
Hmm... Female Rap?
I'd have to go with Blondie's "Rapture"
Female rappers to me only Missy and Lauryn. I wish i could like Lil Kim, but i just can't...
I really want a Slant list, it will be full of females: Bjork, PJ Harvey, Liz Phair, Tori Amos, Ani DiFranco, Sarah McLachlan and then the bunch of classics we've since known from that terrific decade.
Slant is not afraid to show the female love, and include pop along with the indie-type tracks. I'd think that Madonna could place with "Vogue" and something from the Ray of Light era.
RE female rappers- what about Salt-N-Pepa? Queen Latifah also would be another of the "pioneers." But, yeah, in terms of overall consistency and output, Missy Elliott is the one to beat. Lauryn Hill finally has another album in the works, so we'll see how she shapes up.
From Slant.. well, i'm not afraid to say that Madonna might be the largest number of songs and then, Ray of Light is a lock of the favorite albums, and we might see Erotica too, which is very underrated in my opinion.
I've always appreciated the cold, icy intent of (most of) Erotica and I respect that direction. But, for my own taste, I enjoy listening to other Madonna albums more- Like a Prayer and Ray of Light, particularly. The critics have gotten it right in citing those as her finest studio albums.
I'm not sure if Slant also will do an albums list in conjunction with the songs list. I'll ask.
I know you include "See also..." features for other features, but I gather you do not want the "See also..." songs that follow each entry, as that's an additional 300 tracks (in some cases, the tracks are ones by the same act)
200. Transformer 2, "Fruit of Love (Techno Mix)"
199. Lambchop, "Your Fucking Sunny Day"
198. Dillinja, "The Angels Fell"
197. Danzig, "Mother '93"
196. Tindersticks, "City Sickness"
195. Cutty Ranks, "Limb By Limb"
194. Boyz II Men, "Motownphilly"
193. Positive K, "I Got a Man"
192. Harvey Danger, "Flagpole Sitta"
191. Digable Planets, "9th Wonder (Blackitolism)"
190. Refused, "New Noise"
189. The Sundays, "Here's Where the Story Ends"
188. Halo Benders, "Virginia Reel Around the Fountain"
187. Arab Strap, "The First Big Weekend"
186. Isolée, "Beau Mot Plage"
185. Herbert and Dani Siciliano, "So Now..."
184. The Cure, "A Letter to Elise"
183. Mercury Rev, "Holes"
182. Opus III, "It's a Fine Day (Club Remix)"
181. Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, "Red Right Hand"
180. The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, "Bellbottoms"
179. Field Mice, "Missing the Moon"
178. Broadcast, "Echo's Answer"
177. Boredoms, "Super Are"
176. Orbital, "Chime"
175. Stone Temple Pilots, "Interstate Love Song"
174. The Boo Radleys, "Lazarus"
173. Shudder to Think, "X-French Tee Shirt"
172. Gang Starr, "Mass Appeal"
171. Black Box, "Everybody Everybody"
170. Noreaga, "SuperThug"
169. Suede, "We Are the Pigs"
168. Alice in Chains, "Would?"
167. Apollo Two, "Atlantis (I Need You) (LTJ Bukem Remix)"
166. En Vogue, "My Lovin' (You're Never Gonna Get It)"
165. Helium, "Pat's Trick"
164. The Auteurs, "Unsolved Child Murder"
163. The Afghan Whigs, "Gentlemen"
162. Red House Painters, "Katy Song"
161. Kelis, "Caught Out There"
160. Mogwai, "Mogwai Fear Satan"
159. The Roots, "The Next Movement"
158. White Town, "Your Woman"
157. Juvenile, "Ha"
156. Omni Trio, "Renegade Snares (Foul Play VIP Mix)"
155. Destiny's Child, "Bills, Bills, Bills"
154. Pharoahe Monch, "Simon Says"
153. The Clientele, "We Could Walk Together"
152. Jane's Addiction, "Stop!"
151. Green Day, "Longview"
150. Fatboy Slim, "Praise You"
149. Matthew Sweet, "Girlfriend"
148. Slint, "Good Morning, Captain"
147. The Future Sound of London, "Papua New Guinea"
146. Julee Cruise, "Falling"
145. Ride, "Vapour Trail"
144. Mos Def, "Ms. Fat Booty"
143. The Olivia Tremor Control, "Hideaway"
142. Goodie Mob, "Cell Therapy"
141. Brian Eno/John Cale, "Lay My Love"
140. Guns N' Roses, "November Rain"
139. Acen, "Trip II the Moon [Pt. 1 and 2]"
138. The Lemonheads, "It's a Shame About Ray"
137. Pet Shop Boys, "Being Boring"
136. UGK, "One Day"
135. Super Furry Animals, "Ice Hockey Hair"
134. Moby, "Go"
133. Pearl Jam, "Yellow Ledbetter"
132. Ice Cube, "Wicked"
131. Unrest, "Make Out Club"
130. Jawbox, "Savory"
129. Cat Power, "Cross Bones Style"
128. Supergrass, "Caught By the Fuzz"
127. Digital Underground, "The Humpty Dance"
126. Huggy Bear, "Her Jazz"
125. Spacehog, "In the Meantime"
124. James, "Laid"
123. The Jesus Lizard, "Mouth Breather"
122. Tricky, "Christiansands"
121. Raekwon [ft. Method Man, Ghostface Killah and Cappadonna], "Ice Cream"
120. Eminem, "My Name Is..."
119. Len, "Steal My Sunshine"
118. Morrissey, "Now My Heart Is Full"
117. Black Star [ft. Common], "Respiration"
116. The House Crew, "Euphoria (Nino's Dream)"
115. Black Sheep, "The Choice is Yours (Revisited)"
114. TLC, "Creep"
113. Cornershop, "Brimful of Asha (Norman Cook Remix)"
112. Daniel Johnston, "Some Things Last a Long Time"
111. The La's, "There She Goes"
110. Common Sense, "I Used to Love H.E.R."
109. Tortoise, "Djed"
108. Warren G [ft. Nate Dogg], "Regulate"
107. 2Pac [ft. Shock G and Money-B], "I Get Around"
106. New Radicals, "You Get What You Give"
105. Happy Mondays, "Kinky Afro"
104. Ginuwine, "Pony"
103. Silver Jews, "Random Rules"
102. The Magnetic Fields, "Book of Love"
101. Snoop Doggy Dogg, "Gin & Juice"
100. Galaxie 500, "Fourth of July"
99. Ghost Town DJs, "My Boo"
98. Elastica, "Stutter"
97. Luniz, "I Got 5 on It"
96. Primal Scream, "Higher Than the Sun"
95. Lauryn Hill, "Doo Wop (That Thing)"
94. Stereolab, "French Disko"
93. Dinosaur Jr., "Start Choppin'"
92. Hole, "Violet"
91. Jeff Buckley, "Last Goodbye"
90. Ol' Dirty Bastard [ft. Kelis], "Got Your Money"
89. Smog, "Teenage Spaceship"
88. Souls of Mischief, "93 'Til Infinity"
87. Liz Phair, "Fuck and Run"
86. Bell Biv DeVoe, "Poison"
85. Air, "All I Need"
84. Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, "Tha Crossroads"
83. Sleater-Kinney, "Dig Me Out"
82. Blackstreet [ft. Dr. Dre], "No Diggity"
81. Superchunk, "Slack Motherfucker"
80. The KLF, "Wichita Lineman Was a Song I Once Heard"
79. George Michael, "Freedom! 90"
78. Erykah Badu, "On & On"
77. Archers of Loaf, "Web in Front"
76. D'Angelo, "Brown Sugar"
75. Jim O'Rourke, "Halfway to a Threeway"
74. Wilco, "Via Chicago"
73. Disco Inferno, "Love Stepping Out"
72. R.E.M., "Nightswimming"
71. Arthur Russell, "This Is How We Walk on the Moon"
70. Boards of Canada, "Roygbiv"
69. Basement Jaxx, "Red Alert"
68. Saint Etienne, "Avenue"
67. Bikini Kill, "Rebel Girl"
66. The Cardigans, "Lovefool"
65. Mary J. Blige, "Real Love"
64. The Dismemberment Plan, "The City"
63. Modest Mouse, "Trailer Trash"
62. Jay-Z, "Dead Presidents II"
61. Pixies, "Alec Eiffel"
60. Sonic Youth, "100%"
59. Deee-Lite, "Groove Is in the Heart"
58. Fugazi, "Repeater"
57. The Beta Band, "Dry the Rain"
56. Godspeed You Black Emperor! "Moya"
55. Ghostface Killah, "Daytona 500"
54. Portishead, "Glory Box"
53. De La Soul, "A Rollerskating Jam Named 'Saturdays'"
52. The Stone Roses, "I Wanna Be Adored"
51. Public Enemy, "Brothers Gonna Work It Out"
50. Oasis, "Live Forever"
49. Yo La Tengo, "Autumn Sweater"
48. Foo Fighters, "Everlong"
47. PJ Harvey, "Rid of Me"
46. Stardust, "Music Sounds Better With You"
45. Geto Boys, "Mind Playing Tricks on Me"
44. Massive Attack, "Unfinished Sympathy"
43. The Chemical Brothers [ft. Noel Gallagher], "Setting Sun"
42. Nine Inch Nails, "Closer"
41. The Pharcyde, "Passin' Me By"
40. The Orb, "Little Fluffy Clouds"
39. Beastie Boys, "Sabotage"
38. A Tribe Called Quest, "Check the Rhime"
37. Sinéad O'Connor, "Nothing Compares 2 U"
36. Guided by Voices, "Game of Pricks"
35. Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth, "They Reminisce Over You (T.R.O.Y.)"
34. New Order, "Regret"
33. Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott, "The Rain (Supa Dupa Fly)"
32. Bonnie "Prince" Billy, "I See a Darkness"
31. Underworld, "Born Slippy .NUXX"
30. The Flaming Lips, "Race for the Prize"
29. The Verve, "Bitter Sweet Symphony"
28. Nas, "It Ain't Hard to Tell"
27. Elliott Smith, "Needle in the Hay"
26. Blur, "Girls & Boys"
25. Mobb Deep, "Shook Ones Part II"
24. Built to Spill, "Car"
23. Spiritualized, "Ladies and Gentlemen We Are Floating in Space (Elvis Version)"
22. The Breeders, "Cannonball"
21. The Smashing Pumpkins, "1979"
20. DJ Shadow, "Midnight in a Perfect World"
19. Mazzy Star, "Fade Into You"
18. Daft Punk, "Da Funk"
17. Belle and Sebastian, "The State I Am In"
16. OutKast, "Spottieottedopalicious"
15. Depeche Mode, "Enjoy the Silence"
14. The Notorious B.I.G., "Juicy"
13. Nirvana, "Smells Like Teen Spirit"
12. Aphex Twin, "Windowlicker"
11. Björk, "Hyperballad"
10. Weezer, "Say It Ain't So"
9. Beck, "Loser"
8. Aaliyah, "Are You That Somebody?"
7. Neutral Milk Hotel, "Holland, 1945"
6. My Bloody Valentine, "Only Shallow"
5. Wu-Tang Clan, "Protect Ya Neck"
4. Radiohead, "Paranoid Android"
3. Dr. Dre [ft. Snoop Doggy Dogg], "Nuthin' But a 'G' Thang"
2. Pulp, "Common People"
1. Pavement, "Gold Soundz"