the tracks on the previous list and your write ups are giving me LIFEE!!!!!
66. Will.i.am (feat. Jennifer Lopez and Mick Jagger) - "T.H.E. (The Hardest Ever)" - Speaking of will.i.am, I have really gotten into this song that deserves to be a smash. The beat is honestly sick. And I don't ever really say that about songs. The only downside is the dying cat at the end of the song-- I mean Mick Jagger.
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21, the album everyone seems to love. Let me give a little background on my budding love for Adele. Back in early 2009, I absolutely loathed the Jonas Bros. Imagine my horror when I found out that someone actually nominated them for a Grammy. I prayed and performed several voodoo spells in hopes that they wouldn't win. I was hoping ANYONE else would win. Then Adele won and I immediately fell in love with her song "Chasing Pavements". I was excited to hear her new material when I saw she was coming out with new material. I really jammed to this album in this spring. Like everyone else, I loved "Rolling in the Deep" and the album to my surprise was even better than "Rolling in the Deep". I'm really happy I bought this album and Adele truly deserves all the massive success she is getting with this CD. Especially since it brought me the gems that are "He Won't Go" and "I'll Be Waiting".
59. Gym Class Heroes - "Stereo Hearts" featuring Adam Levine of Maroon 5
I am a sucker for Maroon 5, so naturally I had to check this song out. The chorus was pure radio perfection and it was obvious that this song would be a smash with such an irresistible chorus. This was a perfect summer jam for me.
58. Natalia Kills - "If I Was God"
I should have put this song higher on my list. This is such a great song with lyrics that were easy to relate to. For those that are against religion, it's not really a religious song. It really depicts the struggles we face as human beings. I have to say that I am glad I am in love with Natalia so I can have this song in my life. It couldn't have come at a better time.
57. Foster The People - "Helena Beat"
I love Foster The People's album. This song is another gem in the many great songs that are put out by Foster The People. The song is a hipster anthem as I have been reminded by my friends that relentlessly call me a hipster. Annoying as that may be, if this is what hipsters listen to then I am proud to have these musical tastes.
56. Rihanna - "Do Ya Thang"
There is just something about this song. It was definitely snubbed when it was pushed to the Deluxe Edition of Talk That Talk instead of being included on the standard. I find it melodic, but also a song that you would jam out to in a car with friends. Either way, another day, another masterpiece from Rihanna. I would love to see this as a single sometime. I can dream, can't I?
55. Robyn - "Love Kills"
Robyn is just an extraordinary artist. Every song she creates is a pop masterpiece. This is definitely one of the standouts on Body Talk. There is a certain part (the instrumental) right after the first chorus that just gives me life every time I listen to the song. Sometimes I listen to the song, just to hear that part.
54. Kanye West and Jay-Z - "That's My Bitch" (featuring Elly Jackson of La Roux)
This is like dance-rap. And I enjoy every single second of it. It's definitely one of the strongest tracks on Watch The Throne. I wish the song wasn't too vulgar for Proms and Homecomings so I could have gone all out on this song. Le sigh. Oh well, at least it isn't shunned on my iPod.
53. Lupe Fiasco - "I Don't Wanna Care Right Now"
So this past Spring I decided to give Lupe Fiasco a try after seeing an awesome interview of him on the Colbert Report. I really don't care for "The Show Must Go On" or whatever it's called, but this song is great. Despite his nasally tune, it really is a great rap track. I recommend checking out this track out first along with "Words I Never Said" if you want to get into him.
52. Cobra Starship - "Don't Blame The World, It's The DJ's Fault"
Well isn't that title a mouth full? Cobra Starship is my ULTIMATE favorite music group in general. MY ABSOLUTE FAVORITE! I was so excited this Spring when they finally announced they were bringing new music. They initially shared a demo of this song and I was in love. This is definitely classic Cobra Starship and it's very enjoyable. CHECK IT OUT!
51. Adele - "Someone Like You"
So I really like 21, but this song never caught my attention. When it became the second single, I wondered why the hell that I had shunned this song. It's a masterpiece and among the best on 21. It's so raw and emotional. I am proud at the fact that I hear this on my favorite Top Forty radio station often.
50. The Black Eyed Peas - "Just Can't Get Enough"
So, this is one of The Black Eyed Peas best singles ever. I love the chill vibe to it. I also get life at the part right before the first chorus. This song just makes me feel good on the inside (lol).
9. Natalia Kills - "Wonderland"
This video is great. It's simple, but the overall message is great. I love the unwillingness to conform. Natalia Kills is great and she is better than Lana del Ray. Sorry, but it's the truth. She deserves to be huge. [/breakdown]