Thursday, February 17, 2011

Noughtie: Best of 2005 (Mixtape)

Welcome to Part 12 of the Noughtie series. This is the sixth Mixtape, celebrating the year of 2005 in rock and metal. I really liked 2005, despite emo becoming very prominent by now. There were good quality indie and metal bands making music. There were also a few decent alternative dance songs as well. Anyway, rules of the Mixtape.
A Mixtape is a playlist of a certain genre, band or era. The list is generally 80 minutes long, the same length of a blank CD, with further recommendations if some of the songs aren't to your taste. Remember kids, downloading is wrong! 

Here we go, my favourite songs from 2005!
  1. Juicebox - The Strokes
  2. Four Kicks - Kings of Leon
  3. Superman - Stereophonics
  4. Ain't No Easy Way - Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
  5. The Good Ones - The Kills
  6. Blue Orchid - The White Stripes
  7. Bad Things - Jace Everett
  8. Dare - Gorillaz
  9. Feels Just Like it Should - Jamiroquai
  10. Ass Like That - Eminem
  11. Galvanize - The Chemical Brothers
  12. Spitfire - The Prodigy
  13. Slam - Pendulum
  14. Little Sister - The Queens of the Stone Age
  15. Before I Forget - Slipknot
  16. Nobody - Skindred
  17. Twisted Transistor - KoRn
  18. B.Y.O.B. - System of a Down
  19. Only - Nine Inch Nails
  20. Keine Lust - Rammstein
Don't like some of these songs? Try these five:
  1. The Importance of Being Idle - Oasis
  2. Daft Punk Is Playing at My House - LCD Soundsystem
  3. Best of You - Foo Fighters
  4. I Bet You Look Good on the Dancefloor - Arctic Monkeys
  5. Filthy/Gorgeous - Scissor Sisters
    There we go, my favourite songs from 2005. What were yours? You can comment below if you want to put in your two shillings. I shall be back on Saturday for an article dedicated to the bands I love, that aren't as appreciated as I believe they should be.

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