Best Songs Ever

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Yes, I want my MTV! Yes, I want hair metal to come back... no, really... I do. That was a golden era of fun rock n roll, outrageousness, and also the musicality of guitar gods. Which is why it's a real treat to hear Ryan Adams cover of Ratt's "Round and Round."
Sugar Hill Gang were one of the first to sample The Incredible Bongo Band's version of Jerry Lordan's "Apache," a version which has since gone on to become a hip-hop sample mainstay. 1981's "Jump On It" is a classic slice of 8-ts cheese-rap.
"Games Without Frontiers" showcases the more Britcentric predecessor to "Slegehammer" era Peter Gabriel. The new-wave anti-war track, taken from Gabriel's 1980 self-titled LP, was the ex-Genesis front man's first UK Top 10 single.
Latest New Songs: New York rapper, Theophilus London, celebrates the start of his North American by dropping a new track, "Last Night (LVRS ANTHEM)," from the upcoming album "Lovers Holiday II: Rose Island."
BitCandy recently blew the dust from Nicolas Jaar's "Space Is Only Noise" and took it for a spin in an attempt to reach post-holiday inner-peace, man. Now we have a more contemporary slice of slinky Jaar minimalism to trip out to: "With Just One Glance You" features guest vocals by Scout LaRue.
Best new songs: On February 28th, quasi-shoegazers, School of Seven Bells, will release "Ghostory," their third album, and first as a duo. Vagrant Records have just dropped LP taster, "The Night," a dreamy dance jam intersected with some gnarly new-wave guitar licks.