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Old 03-30-2009, 10:50 AM
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Songs that never get old no matter how many times you hear them...

Inspired by listening to Dark Side of the Moon right now and "Time" came on. Everyone's heard this song a couple hundred times easily, but you're a liar if say you're tired of it (or you just have bad taste ). There's some other classics I feel the same way about, definitely Skynyrd's "Simple Man", most old Sabbath, Nugent's "Stranglehold", Boston's "Peace of Mind'. Name some of your "I could listen to that song every day the rest of my life and never get old of it" tunes, doesn't have to be famous ones or anything.
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Old 03-30-2009, 11:00 AM
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Haha I just thought of another topic while listening to this record, "Which songs do you always skip on an album cuz you're sick and tired of hearing them?" (see: "Money")

At least its followed by "Us and Them", another song in the same esteem as "Time."
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Old 03-30-2009, 11:08 AM
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Haha I just thought of another topic while listening to this record, "Which songs do you always skip on an album cuz you're sick and tired of hearing them?" (see: "Money")

At least its followed by "Us and Them", another song in the same esteem as "Time."
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"Money" is great! Overplayed by classic rock stations, maybe, but that doesn't make the bass line any less awesome.

My list would be huge. One that springs to mind is "Car" by Built To Spill.
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Old 03-30-2009, 11:34 AM
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Yeah Nick for me I'm just burnt out on that song, like if it comes on the radio I wouldn't be nearly as stoked as if "Time" or even "Speak To Me/Breathe" came on.
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There's really a ton of songs that fit this, or at least songs that I first heard many moons ago and still love just as much.

Hallowed has to be the biggest one though.
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Maiden in general I'd say (with a very small few exceptions).

edittt: Definitely "My Kantele" by Amorphis also. I've listened to that song so many times, and not ONCE felt tired of it.
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Old 03-30-2009, 12:21 PM
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Maiden:
Where Eagles Dare
The Trooper
Run To The Hills
Hallowed Be Thy Name

Sabbath:
Headless Cross
Falling Off The Edge Of The World
Sign Of The Southern Cross

Scorpions:
Rock You Like A Hurricane
In Trance

Boston:
More Than A Feeling
Peace Of Mind

Doors:
Light My Fire

Yanni:
Santorini
Acroyali/Standing in Motion

.................to name a few......................
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Maiden in general I'd say (with a very small few exceptions).

edittt: Definitely "My Kantele" by Amorphis also. I've listened to that song so many times, and not ONCE felt tired of it.
Love both versions of that - I could listen to the sitar part on the acoustic version of that for hours
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Electric Head Pt.1: The Agony by White Zombie
Horrorscope by Overkill
Banks of The Deep End by Gov't Mule
You Can't Save Me by Richie Kotzen
13 Years of Grief by Black Label Society
Horse Called War by Pride & Glory

Lots more... there are a LOT of songs I could listen to over and over.
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