Single of the Year?

Bodhi

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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
 

Aoami

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The Coral - Bill McCai

or

The Coral - Pass it on
 

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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.
 

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

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

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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.
 

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mank said:
All of The Thrills singles
Gary Jules - Mad World
White Stripes - Seven Nation Army
Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Date With The Night
Seven Nation Army, really great track.
 

Astfgl

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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.
 

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Xtro said:
I'd go with Hysteria by Muse too.
me also along with Seven Nation Army - White Stripes :clap:
 

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Bodhi said:
Rolling Stones - Sympathy for the Devil (N*E*R*D remix)
Yes!

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

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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.
 

maxi

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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
 

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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.
 

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ReActor said:
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.
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".
 

ReActor

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

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The Raveonettes - That Great Love Sound
Errrr.
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.
 

Nos

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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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