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If you were the best music magazine
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Russia VelsVivard 
And you had to publish a list of 25 best songs of all time. You're respected and praised, give the criteria and make your numbers reasonable. When folks will talk about it and mention that it's subjective, they'll go for your list because you're professionals. Don't let us all down. What you got.
2020-06-04 11:56
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places 1 to 22 - all the songs on madvillainy
2020-06-04 11:58
#4
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Cyprus Swishh_ 
biased
2020-06-04 12:18
no i just appreciate the GOAT
2020-06-04 12:40
+1 for MF DOOM
2020-06-04 12:24
#17
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Russia Jet1k 
spots 23 24 25 would be by viktor vaughn, doom, and king geedorah
2020-06-04 16:21
0/8 no danger doom
2020-06-07 03:33
i would put down whole mac miller discography.
2020-06-04 12:15
+1
2020-06-04 12:24
ok
2020-06-04 12:16
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Kazakhstan I_eat_horse 
Drain gand and sad boys
2020-06-04 12:20
this is the type of thing someone would spend hours on hours to prepare probably make it like a top 5 or 3
2020-06-04 12:23
Kamelot - Memento Mori is the only song I've heard I would say is objectively close to a masterpiece
2020-06-04 12:27
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Russia VelsVivard 
At least one publisher out here? Isn't anybody listening.
2020-06-04 12:39
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United Kingdom macrocephaly 
Number 5.) Bob Marley - Buffalo soldier, Bob Marley preached peace and love with his music, there are a few songs of his that could take this spot but I chose this one as it's one of his most well known songs. Number 4.) The Rolling Stones - Sympathy For The Devil, released in 1968 by one of the greatest rock bands in history this song is from the perspective of satan talking about how we are culpable in the listed killings and crimes that the song talks about. Number 3.) Coolio - Gangsta's Paradise, released in 1994 it's still around and played frequently on radios to this day because of how good it is Number 2.) Nirvana - Smells Like Teen Spirit, released in 1991 this song set the bar for alternative rock and nothing like it had ever been heard before. Number 1.) Michael Jackson - Thriller arguably one of the greatest songs of all time, the singer describes how he stayed up for nights and wrote many different versions of the song and threw those ideas out because he wanted to get it perfect, I personally think he achieved this goal which is why the song is a timeless classic that still retains it's quality to this very day.
2020-06-04 12:51
#13
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Russia VelsVivard 
Thank you for your list, it indeed seems reasonable and I could see a world in which these were placed just as high. It will be hard to overcome your list, it's very well done! I might hire you!
2020-06-04 16:07
Can't make one just because for me, what I like depends so heavily on my mood and what I feel like listening to.
2020-06-04 16:13
#21
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Russia VelsVivard 
Sometimes you have to be certain in life, can't always be impulsive and go off the feeling, have things sorted for once!
2020-06-04 17:27
25? Fuck
2020-06-04 16:17
I think it's not possible
2020-06-04 16:20
#20
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Russia VelsVivard 
It is, I can make a top 1000 for myself.
2020-06-04 17:26
top 1000 is okay, top 25 is not possible
2020-06-05 16:41
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Yugoslavia seeeed 
Dont have the time to create a 25 song list. And i dont really feel like writing an essay about random songs. So here you go just a list in no order of songs that i may put on it. Dj Shadow - Midnight in a Perfect World Clams Casino - I'm God Fishmans - Long Season Yoko Takahashi - Zankoku na tenshi no teze Boris - Just Abandoned Myself David Bowie - Starman Burzum - Dunkelheit Henry Flynt - You are my everlovin
2020-06-04 16:27
#19
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Russia VelsVivard 
It feels like a bunch of these are down just to impress how many obscured songs and acts you know, do you really think they stand a chance to be approved by millions?
2020-06-04 17:25
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Yugoslavia seeeed 
They do not need to be approved by millions and neither do i need the validation of others. Anyone can throw some big, popular songs of the past and call it a day. I could do so too, however that would be disingenious of me. I really like these songs. I think they are some of the best if not the best in their respective genres. And so they deserve to have a spot on my list.
2020-06-04 18:08
#23
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Russia VelsVivard 
It's not your list, you're not on your lonesome in the magazine crew, this way you'll be fired from the job.
2020-06-04 23:22
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Yugoslavia seeeed 
If i personally am tasked with this then i will ofcourse do it based on my thoughts. Since in the end i will be the author of the article and nobody else. If it was multiple people trying to create as objective of a list as possible then sure, but this is MY list and i dont care.
2020-06-04 23:58
#25
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Russia VelsVivard 
You represent the magazine, you know that you're risking a multiple people's jobs and reputation of your publishing career? You have the final saying but you should have some common sense and realise that people most likely won't take those acts they never heard of. You're not doing it for yourself, even though you are doing the most job. Realise that.
2020-06-05 03:41
If I had to firstly think about my job, I'd put Lady Gaga and Katy Perry there lol.
2020-06-05 16:45
#30
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Russia VelsVivard 
You can't go wrong with those for the nowadays people but I would still try to dig deeper.
2020-06-05 16:57
So the guy was trying to dig deeper but you just smacked him with "you'll lose your job" which is a strange criteria to go off.
2020-06-05 19:16
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Israel thatguy 
gas gas gas I'm gonna step on the gass tonight dududududud
2020-06-05 16:42
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Poland rude_wredne 
LOL
2020-06-07 13:26
Jovik's list would be the worst
2020-06-05 16:46
#31
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Russia VelsVivard 
You don't know. Maybe it would be good.
2020-06-05 16:57
Considering what kind of awful music you like = definitely not
2020-06-05 16:58
#34
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Russia VelsVivard 
And that's just your opinion which is also rather silly than anything.
2020-06-05 17:01
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Ukraine devitt 
All, all that you dream ,comes through shinin silver lining
2020-06-06 21:20
Lil pumps discography
2020-06-05 16:58
worst music you can hear
2020-06-06 21:18
I think music shouldnt be listed as its subjective and kinda dependant on mood.
2020-06-05 19:17
#37
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Russia VelsVivard 
I'm not a fan of it either and partially that's why I want to see what you think would be the best for most.
2020-06-06 02:01
tbh none . i dont think there is a way to rank the best 25 or the best 100 or the best 1000 because its different from person to person
2020-06-06 21:22
#43
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Russia VelsVivard 
I'm talking about the objective standpoint, not your personal preference.
2020-06-07 03:06
If you think music can be rated objectively and unequivocally, care to share your (erm I mean universal) grading criteria? Maybe there's a mathy formula for grading music that I'm not aware of.
2020-06-07 03:20
#49
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Russia VelsVivard 
Sure, let me finish my breakfast first.
2020-06-07 03:32
#56
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Russia VelsVivard 
Here I come, firstly I'd like to say that it's a real good question and the one nobody would neglect. I know most would simply tag it as a completely subjective topic and wouldn't even bother to try to justify their own statements on it but it's interesting to me and I always try. 1. Test of Time (Relevancy Upon Nowadays), it's useless to mention how popular song was at the time of its release, if it even was in the first place, but how well has it stood the test of time gotta be the most notable feature. And how would you determine it? The answer is always the people. If you're a big company in music, it's still the people who decide what is going to blast and what not. So if the people are still making covers for the tune, still talking about it, still adding it to their playlist, the song hasn't just survived, it lived and prospered through years, decades and only grew with lores and myths to it. This song is of a high quality. 2. Songcraft (Hard to Compose, Easy to Get Into), this is more about the composition itself, the technical side. They always say the genuis is in simplicity, and it more often than not, is the case. If you look into the structure of most popular songs, there is nothing really complex, it always has a catchy melody, positiveness in the lyrics and a beautiful arrangement. And while it may seem to be easy to do, it's deceiving because making simple tunes that overthrow progressive giants is far more harder than just following the pattern of whatever style you're into. There is a pattern in every subgenre but the standout is how well it is crafted and how good the parts are. Only the songs from talented and committed songwriters lived to see the days way after their release. There is no shame in sticking with such songs. It's mostly the songs that are made for the general public, that have the most attachment from people, they live and prosper because they're living on people's minds. They're of a high quality. 3. Lyrics (Message in the Text, Play of Words), another important topic that's so often neglected. I always considered myself a good wordsmith, because writing good lyrics has its own, special charm. It may be the last thing people pay attention to listening to music mostly on the background of doing something else. It's understood but if you take your time and lean back for a fresh new tune you've found, the quality of written lyrics will have a different impact on you. Depending on the subject and how good the wordsmith is, the lyrics alone might make you want to come back to this song after years and years it was, it can influence you to become an artist, a writer. It can fill your day with gladness and sunshine and make you a better person altogether. Because a good message and positiveness in everyday things make wonders. On the other hand, if the lyrics are of a very low quality and had been gathering all the filth possible in today's time, no wonder you'll be blue and depressed, it all has connection and a very clear affection. Good lyrics in good songs make those immortal and unforgettable. Being aroused by a quality lyrics is telling a lot about you in a good way. 4. Box Office (Selling, Playing, Portraying), the easiest one to get. How many copies did one sell throughout the time? How much people's attention it gathered? Did it impact the music industry in general? Was it seen, was it heard in films and other projects? How good it made at what it's being made for? If such info is within the reach, which is often the case, you can ground your reasoning upon it and build on it a mean argumentation. 5. Aftermath (Influence, impact), some standalone songs may give birth to a whole new direction in music as well as influence those who will eventually do that in the end. If you're aware that the song in question has achieved it once or twice, if it's impacted the pop music or let other substyles be, you can confidently say that this song is much more than just a one night stand and the music wouldn't be as complete without. It is no shame picking this one but instead, rather a necessity.
2020-06-07 04:07
You have a lot of time on your hands
2020-06-07 04:18
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Russia VelsVivard 
It took me getting in the mood for it and roughly 7-8 minutes, and I must say, I'm not satisfied of the reply I'm receiving, if I knew, I wouldn't bother.
2020-06-07 04:19
I can't make a list just like that, but I will say that time needs to be a criteria. A song that belongs on the list must not just be relevant in this moment, it needs to be relevant now and when it was performed and recorded some time a go. A couple of songs I think would go on my list are: John Lennon - Imagine Billie Holiday - Strange fruit OMD - Enola Gay
2020-06-06 21:36
#44
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Russia VelsVivard 
I see and of course if we're talking about the all time list that would be the criteria but since you got the start, why not go further and make the whole thing.
2020-06-07 03:07
To much work. Getting a few right is easy, but 25 is another matter.
2020-06-07 12:38
#66
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Russia VelsVivard 
Yeah, it's meant to be a lot of work, otherwise what's the cost of it. I'm not even asking you to do that for me, so many different opinions, why would I really care. Sorting stuff out makes your mind operate way better too, it's like a digital yoga, untie all the knots and clear your path, so to speak.
2020-06-07 12:40
It is not that I mind the task, but I can't find the time to do a proper job. Also since I work IT then I can promise you my brain does get plenty of exercise on a daily basis :-)
2020-06-07 13:19
#69
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Russia VelsVivard 
Alrighty, you know better, have fun on your endeavours, whatever those be.
2020-06-07 13:33
Likewise.
2020-06-07 14:06
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Denmark nrth_LUL 
I would bait so many people by making all 25 songs national anthems ranked from best to worst so people from those countries ranked lower or not at all get baited xaxaxaxaxa
2020-06-06 21:45
#45
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United Kingdom oyyrofl 
Unfortunately i dont have enough knowledge about different genres to make a top 25((
2020-06-07 03:11
#46
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Russia VelsVivard 
Maybe you do, what remarkable songs from the past are giving you the biggest blast, pile up all your knowledge and come at me (I'm the director of our magazine agency).
2020-06-07 03:12
#48
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United Kingdom oyyrofl 
Nah sorry director, im about to disappoint you cause im all about hiphop
2020-06-07 03:24
#50
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Russia VelsVivard 
Well, rather this than swearing in my presence, go take your hip-hop shelf and write paragraphs about it then, good luck.
2020-06-07 03:33
#52
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United Kingdom oyyrofl 
What about your list though? Can you post your top5 or top10 maybe if you dont mind?
2020-06-07 03:37
#53
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Russia VelsVivard 
I've actually planned to do so but on a bigger scale so the more people could share their opinion about it, for now I'm going to give my own criteria for it in a short while. It would mostly be tunes from 60s and 70s with rare exceptions from the up there.
2020-06-07 03:39
#55
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United Kingdom oyyrofl 
Fair enough, i think ive got an idea of what type of music youre into and even though it aint my cup of tea, it wouldve been interesting to check some of the songs out
2020-06-07 03:43
#57
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Russia VelsVivard 
#56 You can have a read at least and if you'll still be hooked on it after, we can go on from there.
2020-06-07 04:08
#63
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United Kingdom oyyrofl 
That was a good read, i somewhat rate you now, when it comes to music Pm me 1 song
2020-06-07 04:42
#64
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Russia VelsVivard 
I can do so here, the list isn't done yet but I'll give you one of the top contenders. Absolute musical brilliance. youtube.com/watch?v=18W9zQgGi5I I've come across thousands and thousands. Take a listen.
2020-06-07 04:49
I would put Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen in the first spot. 25 is too many, so I will stop here.
2020-06-07 03:43
#58
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Russia VelsVivard 
That would be the popular choice I reckon.
2020-06-07 04:08
1. Slipknot - Snuff 2. Disturbed - The Sound Of Silence 3. Eminem - When I'm Gone 4. Asking Alexandria - Someone, Somewhere (acoustic version) 5. Stone Sour - Through Glass blyat this is hard, imma stop here
2020-06-07 04:24
#62
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Russia VelsVivard 
It's meant to be hard, otherwise it wouldn't mean anything. But it's nice that you could at least do 5 numbers, some others couldn't even get this far.
2020-06-07 04:25
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Sweden Hasklon 
1. 90210 - Travis Scott 2. 3500 - Childish Gambino 3. D'Evils - Jay-Z 4. Runaway - Kanye West 5. Over My Dead Body - Drake
2020-06-07 13:34
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