Single of the Year?

Discussion in 'The Front Room' started by Bodhi, Dec 27, 2003.

  1. Bodhi

    Bodhi FH is my second home

    Let's keep this one down to ten aswell, people might get a bit silly naming loads of singles no-one has heard in order to gain "musical penis size +1".

    My vote goes to one of:-

    Muse - Hysteria
    Grafitti - What is the Problem
    Rolling Stones - Sympathy for the Devil (N*E*R*D remix)
    Billy Talent - Try Honesty
  2. Aoami

    Aoami I am a FH squatter

    The Coral - Bill McCai


    The Coral - Pass it on
  3. Frizz

    Frizz Can't get enough of FH

    Do they have to have been released? Otherwise;

    God Put a Smile Upon Your Face - Coldplay

    Well, atleast i think it was released as a single.
  4. Shovel

    Shovel Can't get enough of FH

    I think it was released abroad, and the video made it onto MTV and the like over here.
  5. mank!

    mank! Part of the furniture

    All of The Thrills singles
    Gary Jules - Mad World
    White Stripes - Seven Nation Army
    Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Date With The Night
  6. Shovel

    Shovel Can't get enough of FH

    Date with the Night was class - as was Pin.

    Radiohead's 2+2=5 was mega - I got to review that for UMIST's magazine, which was nice.
  7. Xtro

    Xtro One of Freddy's beloved

    I'd go with Hysteria by Muse too.
  8. Meatballs

    Meatballs Loyal Freddie

    Seven Nation Army, really great track.
  9. Astfgl

    Astfgl Fledgling Freddie

    One of my favourite songs of this year is The Last Song, by the All-American Rejects. Fantastic tune.

    I also like Mad World, by Gary Jules and Michael Andrews.

    And for my dance music choice, I'll have to say Cry Little Sister, by the Lost Brothers.
  10. mookie

    mookie One of Freddy's beloved

    right there. :clap:
  11. Yoni

    Yoni Cockb@dger / Klotehommel

    me also along with Seven Nation Army - White Stripes :clap:
  12. Scooba da Bass

    Scooba da Bass Fledgling Freddie


    I'd also stick on 'Frontin by Nerd, the Intertiac ESP EP from The Mars Volta, and maybe a Sean Paul track.
  13. Jonny_Darko

    Jonny_Darko Fledgling Freddie

    I'm getting a bit sick of it now but the defining single of the year for me was I believe in a thing called love - The Darkness. Not necessarily the song I liked the most this year but I will always remember it first when people hark back to '03 in the future.
  14. maxi

    maxi Fledgling Freddie

    Beyonce - Crazy In Love
    Kings Of Leon - Red Morning Light
    Outkast - Hey Ya
    Mars Volta - Inertiatic ESP
    Franz Ferdinand - Darts Of Pleasue
    The Hidden Cameras - Ban Marriage
    BRMC - Stop
    The Raveonettes - That Great Love Sound
  15. ReActor

    ReActor Fledgling Freddie

    Beyonce - Crazy In Love. That would definitely be my first choice. Just such an explosive song, sort of thing that can be played anywhere - TV, radio, rock clubs, dance clubs, hip hop clubs, bars, McDonald's, kids' parties, courtrooms - and get everyone moving.

    Definitely Muse - Hysteria. Not much of a fan normally but that and Time Is Running Out really impressed me.

    Radiohead 2+2=5. Really not sure about their other choices of singles... why not Where I End And You Begin? Or Wolf At The Door?

    Radio 4 - Dance To The Underground. Just a superb track.

    The Darkness - Thing Called Love. Just great to dance to when drunk.
  16. Frizz

    Frizz Can't get enough of FH

    Massively, massively overplayed, do DJ's just not get sick and tired of playing the same song night after night, i know i get tired listening to it. :/

    I liked it when it first came out, but once you've listened to it after the 300th time, it gets just a little "old".
  17. ReActor

    ReActor Fledgling Freddie

    Curse of a song that can be played anywhere (gets played everywhere). Still single of the year.
  18. sunsoar

    sunsoar Regular Freddie

    molly chambers by the kings of leon
    hysteria by muse
  19. Doomy

    Doomy Fledgling Freddie

    The Raveonettes - That Great Love Sound
    Outkast - Hey ya
    The Strokes - 12.51

    I avoid the radio at work like the plague as i have my mp3 player with 4000 tracks on it so havent heard many singles.
  20. Nos

    Nos Fledgling Freddie

    Will have to agree with Maxi on most of these,

    Beyonce - Crazy in Love

    Kings of Leon - Mollys Chambers

    Outkast - Hey Ya (fantastic video :/)

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