2010 has truely been one of the worst years in music history. The start of every decade has songs that define the next 10 years but 2010 has no songs that will be remembered as classics. Lady Gaga sure sells millions of records but her songs are all fake they have no real meaning there purpose is to make money we are being fed music by the money hungry record companies. It seems like 9 out of 10 so called muscians today are not in it for the right reasons Lady Gaga, Katy Perry and Justin Beiber are in it for money and fame they dont care about the fans or setting a good example they just make kiddy porn music videoes and pretend to be nice down to earth people.
ALL MAINSTREAM SONGS OF 2010 ARE ALL FAKE. There was no best song of 2010 it was a terrible year of music. Im stuck listening to songs made 10 and 20 years ago because no new bands have wowed me. There are still great bands around but none of them brought out songs this year. Im looking foward to a new Coldplay album sometime next year.
We still have November and December 2010. Maybe like movies, they will release a blockbuster or two for the holiday season -- not that I'm holding my breath!
I agree with you wholeheartedly. I struggle with even thinking of new artists that I think are remotely non-plastic!
You know it's a dry year when you to to Starbucks and the CDs they're playing are BeeGees (love them -- but my goodness, we're talking 1970 vintage!!) and Elton John with Leon Russell (an odd pairing to say the least).
Hopefully 2011 will be more fruitful. MM
...i don't know about the best song for 2010...but have paid some attention to the band Mumford and Sons...young brits...a couple of songs I like....came on the scene just a few years ago....that's about it though! ...not really anything that i feel will be memorable
I found a super cool website ... PopMarket.com. ... helps you get cheap box sets on your favorite artists.
Mumford and Sons are tearing it up! Good Old War is a lot like them as well.
There are so many talented bands around. I have discovered the strange death of liberal England - a great unknown band which the likes of x factor will not touch. Bands like O'Children, Revere, British Sea Power, Iliketrains are all unknowns. Glad to see that The National have got acclaim - at long last - the best album (NME), High Violet. I personally liked Alligator the best, but I have been following The National for years now.
Anyway... take a listen to Strange Death and rising sea:
Some decent albums came out this year--Arcade Fire, Junip, The National, Blonde Redhead, Broken Bells, Sleigh Bells, Flying Lotus, Gonjasufi. Not saving I loved them as much as some older albums I own, but some stuff came out this year that was worth a listen.
My favorite song... that's hard to pinpoint. Hum, well, I don't know if this is my favorite song of the year, but I just heard it today so it's on my mind. Massive Attack, song: Paradise Circus, with vocalist Hope Sandoval from Mazzy Star.
by twistedbrain8 years ago
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by BritishRock5 years ago
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