Friday, October 2, 2009

Runners-up for the best songs of the first decade of the 2000s (150-101)

(Click here for the whole list.)

Here are 50 more runners-up: songs number "150 to 101." (Here are 200-151.)

Andrew Bird - Imitosis



Of Montreal - The Party’s Crashing Us

Decoder Ring - Traffic

Bjork - It's Not up to You

John Mayer - No Such Thing



Broken Social Scene - Anthem for a Seventeen-Year-Old Girl

Spoon - The Way We Get By

Kate Havnevik - New Day

Amerie - 1 Thing



St. Vincent - The Apocalypse Song (Link requires free registration with imeem.com.)

The Futureheads - Robot

Jenny Lewis - The Next Messiah (Click on the song title in the mini player.)

Hot Chip - Over and Over



The Killers - Read My Mind

Radiohead - Everything in Its Right Place

Cut Copy - Feel the Love

Camera Obscura - Let’s Get Out of This Country



Clue to Kalo - Seconds When It’s Minutes

Franz Ferdinand - Auf Asche

Rufus Wainwright - Shadows

Goldfrapp - Ride a White Horse

The Go! Team - Ladyflash



OutKast - B.O.B.

Of Montreal - The Repudiated Immortals

Uh Huh Her - Not a Love Song

Regina Spektor - Flowers

Feist - My Moon My Man



Clap Your Hands Say Yeah - Is This Love?

Estelle (featuring Kanye West) - American Boy

Rilo Kiley - The Good That Won’t Come Out

M. Ward (featuring Zooey Deschanel) - Never Had Nobody Like You

The Arcade Fire - Neighborhood #1 (Tunnels)



Sophie Ellis Bextor - Murder on the Dance Floor

The Strokes - Hard to Explain

Hanne Hukkelberg - Ease

Rihanna - Disturbia

MGMT - Electric Feel



Polydream - Juner

Regina Spektor - 20 Years of Snow

Mika - Big Girl (You Are Beautiful)

Herbert (featuring Dani Siciliano and Shingai Shoniwa) - The Audience



Death Cab for Cutie - Soul Meets Body

St. Vincent - Black Rainbow

Youth Group - Someone Else's Dream

Lenka - Trouble Is a Friend



Sufjan Stevens - All Good Naysayers, Speak Up! Or Forever Hold Your Peace!

My Brightest Diamond - Golden Star

The Postal Service - Brand New Colony

The Dodos - God?

Phoenix - Lisztomania

1 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for posting these lists. Lots of great songs I have not heard before.