Top 10 Best Saosin Songs

As a pioneer in the post-hardcore and emo scenes, Saosin has captivated fans with their compelling blend of melodic hooks, intricate guitar work, and raw, emotional intensity. With a discography that spans over two decades, Saosin has continued to evolve and push the boundaries of their genre, all the while maintaining the essence of their signature sound. From the powerful vocals of original frontman Anthony Green to the soaring melodies brought by Cove Reber, the band's lineup changes have only served to enrich their ever-growing musical legacy.

Narrowing down their extensive catalog to a mere top ten list of the best Saosin songs is no easy feat. Each song carries its unique charm and emotional resonance that has made Saosin a mainstay in the hearts and playlists of fans worldwide. Nonetheless, with your input we have compiled a list that encapsulates the band's diverse sound and highlights some of their most memorable and impactful tracks.
The Top Ten
1 You're Not Alone

I love Saosin, especially when I heard this song. Wow, it is very nice. So, this song must be the top one on the list. You're Not Alone.

This song reaches in and finds my tiny heart every time I hear it. Gotta love songs that do that.

Brilliant song. My personal favorite, definitely.

2 Voices
3 I Never Wanted To

How is this not the top song? Of course, it's part of the best CD by Saosin, but come on, people, give this song more votes. It's got the best sound and tune. Everyone I know who isn't familiar with Saosin or isn't a fan says this is their best song!

Easily the best song that's close to the top of this list. Maybe not their absolute best, but certainly worth consideration - and much better than You're Not Alone.

This song shows off the more soulful and sensitive side of Saosin. Cove's voice tells a story.

4 Bury Your Head

It's everlasting. A simple masterpiece.

Clearly, by far, their best song.

5 Deep Down
6 Seven Years

It's a no-brainer. This is their number one song. It's incredible - a story of a man's lack of faith during the biblical rapture, I believe.

This song features Saosin's post-hardcore side with brilliant harsh vocals and a clever verse overlap that reveals a vague hidden phrase. Love it!

Absolutely brilliant. There are so many different ways to interpret this song, and Saosin pulls it off with perfection.

This is an awesome song. I love to scream out loud just like Anthony Green did.

7 Some Sense of Security
8 It's Far Better to Learn

Saosin is the world's most underrated band. This song is cool to the max! Go, Saosin! I will always support them.

It is a great song! Live is even better!

9 Come Close
10 Collapse
The Contenders
11 Sleepers

By far my favorite. "It's two in the same, when you're accounted for."

12 I Can Tell

The very best of Anthony Green's singing talent.

13 Changing

Are you kidding me? Really? Changing is number 16? Have you heard the epic guitar riffs and vocals? This song should at least be in the top five songs or the top ten at the very least!

14 It's So Simple

I guess you just like a song a whole lot more when it applies to your life.

15 Why Can't You See
16 Finding Home

This song needs more credit. It has great vocals and is just as good as Voices. Check this one out, please.

17 Let Go Control
18 The Worst of Me
19 The Alarming Sound of a Still Small Voice

Most underrated Saosin song, without a doubt.

20 Show Me Yo Booty Hole
21 They Perched On Their Stilts, Pointing and Daring Me to Break Custom
22 Translating the Name
23 Is This Real
24 Fireflies (Light Messengers)
25 Mookie's Last Christmas

Awesome song. It's about when Justin's father died, very touching. Anthony wrote this one. It's so annoying that neither this nor I Can Tell There Was an Accident Here is on iTunes or Spotify.

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