Top Ten Best Wolfmother Songs
Definitely the most popular song among their other songs. It has a very good beat/rhythm. The only other song that might have as much popularity as Joker and the Thief would probably be Woman.
It's punk is really awesome it deserves to be at the top I performed it in my college and everyone was like wow and me too.
It's simply awesome
Just vote for it guys and if possible make it the best song ever
Easily the best rock song by a hard rock band in the last 10 years. And they're from the mighty Australia too. It is the definition of hard rock
The first time I heard this song was while I was watching The Hangover. I have loved the song ever since. Overall, it is just an awesome song. Bes wolfmothe son
This song is simply awesome. A very catchy riff with a great guitar tone. And stockdale's voice is really badass man. Go wolves go!
The best wolfmother song... I agree it gets a bit boring after a few times, but still.
This song is apsoulutely insane, its all over the place with awesome guitar and screaming at the top of your voice, awesome song
First time I heard this, I was absolutely hooked into Wolfmother, and back into hard rock again. Immediately, 15 seconds into the song. That's how good this song is.
Second only to joker and the theif, epitimises Wolfmother's awesome one of a kind hard-heavy-crazy off-the-wall rock that we love.
You know that if WM had been around in the '60s or '70s that scream would have become iconic.
Why isn't this first? To me, I think that Jack White's voice and guitar sound unique, but Wolfmother's lead singer and guitarist sound so similar to him to me! I guessed that this album is White stripes before. Especially this song. Also Doesn't remind me by Audioslave I used to think is a White stripes song, even thought that doesn't sound like their voices.
Best new song I've heard in years. Great classic rock style, amazing vocals, and incredible psychedelic bridge in style of the Doors. Great song great band!
1st song of wolfmother I heard
Best new experience
Great riff, so much Black Sabbath in it!
Great riffs and awesome drumming!
Saw them open for Gn'R with this one :3
A good reconcilable riff. Good vocals and lyrics. And a very nice solo towards the end.
The riff is amazing.
Not so "Wolfmother" but the signature Stockdale voice.
Love the guitar in this one.
Real best classical rock
One of the best tracks of Wolfmother... The rhythm goes perfect with Stockdale's voice and the crazy guitar that goes with the song... Amazing...
A truly amazing song with unforgettable lyrics and beat that will never get old
Such a good song! How is this not rated higher? So catchy and you never get tierd of listening to it!
Amazing, simply took my heart away, brought out a lot of emotions.
Slow epic ballad, I think this is why it's so underrated. Actually one of their best songs, the keyboard thrashing is just amazing.
I love this song! really fun to sing to!
its such a trippy song man, you get high just listening.
It's got a western scary feel to it defiantly. Certainly the intro anyway. Catchy heavy riff throughout the song. Solo's not great but the rest of the song is! The song stops slightly towards the end for some narrative spooky vocals from Stockdale.
One of catchiest rock songs of 21st century. Wolfmothe relly goes back to the roots of real Rock music. These songs sound so classic and jet so fresh. Something to keep the real music alive.
Why is this at 12TH PLACE? its GREAT
Two amazing guitar riffs. Both that are very heavy, low and powerful. It's a hard rock/stoner rock heavy metal kind of song. My 3 favourite genres of music. Main riffs great but the one towards the end is even better. Very powerful. A real handbanging song
The two Riff's are brilliant and Andrew screams whilst holding the note near the end. It keeps you on the edge of your imagination...
My sons favorite song (he is 3) so this gets my vote
A real stoner rock sound to it. Heavy and powerful!
That driving beat makes me want to jam every time I click it on. Awesome, simply awesome. If I were introducing someone to Wolfmother, this would be the song to play.
This is by far my favorite Wolfmother song! Just gets me going, can't be sad listening to this.
This is my favourite song of the last twenty years or more. The imagery and the riffs go together so well.
There are 4 Wolfmother tracks that are always the best until the next comes on, but Colossal edges it.
I guess doesn't get that much radio play, these list aren't really the ten best songs just the ten most known songs. Otherwise this would be right up in the top 5
Wolfmother is the best band of the past couple of decades, and this is my favorite of their songs. It is simply beautiful. The "step down from the mountain side" verse gives me goosebumps.
Amazing song by wolfmother. Definitely should be up higher but maybe its just not as well known as some of their other songs. A must listen to song
Nothing to beat far away, do not understand why its not in the top 10
Classic hard rock song. This song includes my favourite guitar solo ever. Another great from the first album.
THIS SONG IS AMASING. GRAET SOLO.GREAT VOCAL. ONE OF MY FAVORITE SONGS.
One hell of a song... Stockdale's just rocks it out the way it should be done and it beats all their other songs hollow. Other bands don't even come close in terms of pure acoustic quality
Good riff and a single-note keyboard playing on it. Nice lyrics and good guitar solo.
I think this song is the favorite of Andrew Stockdale - he played it on a stream in his birthday. But it begins calm and nice, then comes the guitar, chorus, organ, solo... man
Great song, great intro, great everything actually. Hope some bands will learn something about making songs from Wolfmother
Great classic hard rock style, kick arse solo, we need more bands making more songs like this, no more half arsed crap
This should be AT LEAST in the top 5!
A good riff that is played a few times with a flute at the end. Interesting song.
Awesome song. One of Wolfmother's best.
Beautifully written (apart from the third line) and underrated song that deserves more attention. Birds tweeting quietly are the first sound you hear before the perfect combination of guitar and organ lead the background instrumentals for the majority of the song. However, this is not repetitive. A good usage of guitar and rhythm guitar (only if you listen carefully). Stockdale passionately sings the remainder of the 'Caroline' opening lyrics before a synchronized vocal and guitar part help end the song along a calm and electric end.
I don't know why this isn't higher, but I guess it didn't get as much attention as the others, anyway it should be in the top 5 at least.
This song gives you peace, the lyrics... aw, man!
Blues rock/ hard rock song. Great guitar solo and a repetitive guitar riff that adds to the 70's feel to the song.