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Favorite Song that came out before 2005?


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  • 4 years later...

Oh there's plenty, especially since pre- '05 was the golden age of heavy metal. 

  • Holy Wars... the punishment due by Megadeth
  • Painkiller by Judas Priest
  • The New Order by Testament
  • Mistress Of Pain by Death Angel
  • Brainwashed by Nuclear Assault
  • Rotten to the Core by Overkill
  • The Wicker Man by Iron Maiden
  • Disposable Heroes by Metallica
  • Bitter Peace by Slayer
  • Keep In The Family by Anthrax
  • New Millennium Cyanide Christ by Meshuggah 
  • Fear Itself by At The Gates
  • See You In Hell by Grim Reaper
  • Ravenous by Arch Enemy 
  • Cranking The Sirens by Soilwork 
  • Eagle Heart by Stratovarius 
  • Act Of God by Fear Factory
  • Blistering by Machine Head 
  • Inner Self by Sepultura 
  • Black No.1 by Type O Negative 
  • The Reckoning (Don't Tread On Me) by Iced Earth 
  • You Can't Bring Me Down by Suicidal Tendencies 
  • In Memory by Shinedown
  • And The Hero Will Drown by Story Of The Year
  • Walls Of Jericho by Sevendust 
  • Heresy by Pantera 
  • Warriors Of The World United by Manowar 
  • Blood Junkie by Lamb Of God 
  • Fires Of Babylon by Killswitch Engage 
  • Destroy The Map by 36 Crazyfists 
  • Wolf And Raven by Sonata Arctica 
  • The One by Lost Horizon 
  • I Want Out by Helloween
  • The Last Before The Storm by Gamma Ray 
  • The Meaning Of Life by The Offspring 
  • Plowed by Sponge 
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My favorite song before 2005 would have to be Move Along, by The All-American Rejects. I remember seeing the music video on MTV and the song was so catchy, in my opinion. I think it also became my favorite song because of a Bionicle commercial. 

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Oddly specific title much? I don't even know what I would say for this. I want to say this...

It came out in 2005, but I'm a rebel and am going to post it anyways.


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'Smile' by Charlie Chaplin (1936, with lyrics added in 1954) is probably my favorite song, and most of the music from 1900 to the early 1960s (excluding '50s rock n roll) is pretty good with me. I'm not a huge fan of modern music.

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Urghhh, too much choice :yeahno:

Baba O'Riley, Kashmir, Stranglehold, Overkill, Thunderstruck (Live), Shoot to Thrill, Paradise City, the list could go on but I'll stop at

(a 2009 recording of his 2002 song)


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