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Favourite songs from the 2010's?

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Ethereal, Nov 24, 2019.

  1. Ethereal

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    With the 2010's coming to a close, I thought I'd ask everyone what their favourite songs are from this decade.


    I wasn't very keen on this decades music as whole, but thankfully still managed to find some great tunes. Some of them being~

    Elephant by Tame Impala. The whole Lonerism album is fantastic, but this song is the one that really stuck with me.

    Safari Song by Greta Van Fleet. I know people love to trash on this band for being Led Zeppelin rip-offs (and to be fair they aren't wrong), but this song is a banger imo.

    Cedar Lane by First Aid Kit. I could list a whole load of favorite songs from this duo, but I had to mention this song because of the amount of times I've played it (which is a lot. Lol).

    Cosmic Now by Babe Rainbow. Great psych-rock song with a heavy 60s influence.

    Hand It Over by MGMT. I'm not usually into dreamy indie stuff, but this song is really nice. Of course I might be a bit biased because I've loved MGMT for a while now.

    Candy Wrappers by Summer Salt. Only a recent discovery of mine, but one I'm glad I found. Enjoy this song a lot because of its summer vibes.

    We Drink Your Blood by Powerwolf. Had to mention Powerwolf on this list because they're one of my favorite metal bands. This song slaps.

    True Survivor by David Hasselhoff. Yes, that David Hasselhoff. Catchy, cheesy, love it!

    My Demon Brother by Blood Ceremony. Love this band a lot, and this is just one of the many songs from them that I play on repeat
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  2. RadEmpoleon

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    I’m not the most fond of 2010s music, especially the garbage that is pop songs that play on the radio over and over again... it’s always the same sappy love stuff or something really inappropriate. That said, I like a lot of Lindsey Stirling’s music- The Arena and Shatter Me are some really good songs.
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  3. Dawn

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    Ignoring the elephant in the room that is the unparalleled NieR soundtrack, since the thread title requests individual songs...

    - Galactic Mermaid by Mermaid Sisters. That's basically my life in song form. This is easily my song of the decade. I'd link it but I'd better not - go Youtube it if you're curious. It's very relatable.

    - Head Above Water by Avril Lavigne. This was...really nice. I listened to Avril a lot when she was popular and I didn't realise she was still releasing stuff, haha. Her voice has really matured, and the song resonates with me and the crap I've been dealing with. I could really have used this song in my playlist in 2016.

    - To The Beginning, Kimi No Gin No Niwa, Eden, Yume no Daichi, and Manten by Kalafina. This was the decade I discovered this group and I adore them.

    - Akatsuki, by Akiko Shikata. Easily my favourite Japanese vocalist. Most of my favourites are pre-2010, but this stands out as one of her better songs from this decade.

    - Turn Loose The Mermaids and Last Ride of the Day by Nightwish. I didn't think much of Anette Olzon - she's definitely not got as strong a voice as Tarja - but I think she outdid herself with these songs.

    - Dying for an Angel, Moonglow, Forever is a long time, and Death is just a Feeling by Avantasia. Good decade for Sammet, too. Maybe not as good as last decade, but still fantastic.

    - Sogno di Volare, by Christopher Tin. It has lyrics, it counts. Honestly I think this is much, MUCH better than Baba Yetu.

    - Crown of Phantoms, by Chimaira. I cannot put into words how sorry I am that we'll never get another album from Chimaira.
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