Your Top 10 songs of any band you want

MindRuler

Ancient Mariner
Aerosmith (in no order)

Hoodoo Voodoo/ Medicine Man
Uncle Salty
Fever
Woman Of The World
My Fist your Face
Think About It
Combination
S.O.S. (Too Bad)
Milk Cow Blues
No More No More


Whew. That was tough.
Don´t know any song from that list, apparently no hit list...
 

MindRuler

Ancient Mariner
Top 10 Black Sabbath - The Ozzy Years

1. Finished With My Woman
2. Cause She Couldn´t Help Me
3. With My Mind
4. People Think I´m Insane
5. Because
6. I Am Frowning
7. All The Time
8. Can You Help Me
9. Occupy My Brain
10. Oh Yeah!

HM: All Day Long, Things, Nothing Seems To Satisfy ...
 

Jer

My sins are many
Powerwolf Top 10: :rocker:

1. Saturday Satan
2. Demons Are A Girl’s Best Friend
3. Behind The Leathermask
4. We Take It From The Living
5. Killers With The Cross
6. Prayer In The Dark
7. Armata Strigoi
8. Army Of The Night
9. When The Moon Shines Red
10. Sacred & Wild
 

Dityn DJ James

A coma stole my name.
Dove back into Yes's discography recently and discovered quite a few songs I've been enjoying. Chris Squire's tone on those early albums (Close to the Edge especially) is unmatched.

Top Ten Yes Songs:

10. Holy Lamb
9. And You and I
8. Bring Me to the Power
7. Run Through the Light
6. Shock to the System
5. The Gates of Delirium
4. Rhythm of Love
3. Mind Drive
2. Roundabout
1. Close to the Edge
 

The Dissident

Ancient Mariner
Dove back into Yes's discography recently and discovered quite a few songs I've been enjoying. Chris Squire's tone on those early albums (Close to the Edge especially) is unmatched.

Top Ten Yes Songs:

10. Holy Lamb
9. And You and I
8. Bring Me to the Power
7. Run Through the Light
6. Shock to the System
5. The Gates of Delirium
4. Rhythm of Love
3. Mind Drive
2. Roundabout
1. Close to the Edge

Once I'm done with the last 4 Rush albums, I will be looking into Yes, I have their first 12 albums and have been meaning to get a dive into them.
 
Yes

1: Awaken
2: Perpetual Change
3: Yours Is No Disgrace
4: Roundabout
5 Homeworld (The Ladder)
6: Changes
7: Sound Chaser
8: Machine Messiah
9: Turn of the Century
10: The Revealing Science of God (Dance of the Dawn)
 

Dityn DJ James

A coma stole my name.
Changes is very underrated! Is The Ladder worth listening to? I've heard a lot of hardcore Yes fans say that the bands output past Keys of Ascension 2/Keystudio is really spotty. I've only heard bits and pieces of Fly From Here and Heaven & Earth
 
The Ladder is mostly excellent all the way through - perhaps best of all, the band sounds incredibly happy and the performances are spirited throughout.

in some ways, it plays like a 90125 for the late 1990's- with bits of 70's Yes thrown in for good measure.

There's also a series of strong live performances of songs from The Ladder on the "Live From The House of Yes" 2CD/DVD set (many of these tracks are on YouTube also).

hope you enjoy -me and a few other Yes fans rate The Ladder in our top 6-7 Yes albums
 

karljant

Ancient Mariner
Pink Floyd:
  1. Shine On You Crazy Diamond (the whole 9 parts)
  2. Astronomy Domine
  3. Set The Controls To The Heart Of The Sun
  4. Wish You Were Here
  5. High Hopes
  6. Keep Talking
  7. Careful With That Axe Eugene
  8. Echoes
  9. Comfortably Numb
  10. One Of These Days
 

Cosmiceddie

Back From The Edge
Depeche Mode

01. Enjoy The Silence (Hands And Feet Mix)
02. Never Let Me Down Again (Split Mix)
03. A Question Of Time (Remix)
04. Clean
05. Little 15
06. Walking In My Shoes (Random Carpet Mix)
07. It's No Good
08. In Your Room
09. Useless
10. World In My Eyes
 
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MindRuler

Ancient Mariner
Depeche Mode

01. Enjoy The Silence (Hands And Feet Mix)
02. Never Let Me Down Again (Split Mix)
03. A Question Of Time (Remix)
04. Clean
05. Little 15
06. Walking In My Shoes (Random Carpet Mix)
07. In Your Room
08. Useless
09. World In My Eyes
10. Nothing
Nice to see appreciation for Depeche Mode.
Great Top 10. :cool: Half of it would ´ve made it to mine. The other 5: Nothing To Fear, Stripped, Suffer Well, Waiting For The Night and Black Celebration.
 

JudasMyGuide

The very model of a modern Major-General
Okay, considering my Opeth madness I unleashed in that thread (and have been for the past year):
1. Bleak
2. Godhead's Lament
3. Baying of the Hounds
4. Harlequin Forest
5. Forest of October
6. The Moor
7. Deliverance
8. The Leper Affinity
9. Night and the Silent Water
10. Porcelain Heart

(at least as of now)

(I really wanted to include some tracks off the last four albums, 'cause I really like them, but these are just too great)


But also - The Rolling Stones:

1. Shine a Light
2. Moonlight Mile
3. Dancing with Mr. D (yeah, I know you're not supposed to like that one)
4. Miss You
5. Brown Sugar
6. Can't You Hear Me Knocking
7. Under My Thumb
8. Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)
9. Hot Stuff
10. She Smiled Sweetly
(11. Out of Time)
(12. My Obsession)
(13. Street Fighting Man)

Yeah, not many surprises, not enough deep cuts, but I do what I can. And again, for now, tomorrow it might be different.
 

karljant

Ancient Mariner
Depeche Mode

01. Enjoy The Silence (Hands And Feet Mix)
02. Never Let Me Down Again (Split Mix)
03. A Question Of Time (Remix)
04. Clean
05. Little 15
06. Walking In My Shoes (Random Carpet Mix)
07. In Your Room
08. Useless
09. World In My Eyes
10. Nothing

Don't like 80's DM apart from a handful of songs. 90's onward is a different story:
  1. I Feel You
  2. Barrel Of A Gun
  3. John The Revelator
  4. Mercy In You
  5. Personal Jesus
  6. A Pain I'm Used To
  7. In Your Room (single version)
  8. Wrong
  9. Useless
  10. Halo
 
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Daedalus

Educated Fool
Don´t know any song from that list, apparently no hit list...

That's because there are 2 Aerosmiths. The one I grew up with and the MTV version.

Crazy, Don't Wanna Miss a Thing, Amazing, Love in an Elevator... mindless, sugary Top 40 pap specifically designed for the 80s.

Don't get me wrong, there are very good, raunchy, crunchy cuts with plenty of balls on their 80s albums.

I wasn't on speaking terms with Aerosmith for years because of their 'selling out' with the Dude Looks Like a Lady era stuff.

I've softened my stance over the years, as I realize now they were doing what they had to to remain relevant.

It worked, too. They were dead in the water for years until Steven Tyler became a caricature of himself in order to entertain a generation that needed to see their music.

One guy in another forum called me out, saying You See Me Cryin' was as sugary as any 80s ballad they wrote. I told him, that's true, but there's one big difference: You See Me Cryin' was written to be heard, not seen.

Nuff' said.
 

karljant

Ancient Mariner
1. Bleak
2. Godhead's Lament
3. Baying of the Hounds
4. Harlequin Forest
5. Forest of October
6. The Moor
7. Deliverance
8. The Leper Affinity
9. Night and the Silent Water
10. Porcelain Heart

Opeth updated:
  1. Godhead Lament
  2. Serenity Painted Death
  3. Dignity
  4. Sorceress
  5. The Lines In My Hand
  6. Nepenthe
  7. A Fair Judgement
  8. The Drapery Falls
  9. In The Mist She Was Standing
  10. Advent
 
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