Best Opening Songs of Debut AlbumsA poor first impression is not necessarily an obstacle for success, but these are the debut album opening songs that have been very successful .
The Top Ten Best Opening Songs of Debut Albums
The first song is actually Crystal Ann. - JoLeKosovo
Nah... Even the band itself tried to kind of bury the song because they realised the sendero luminoso was not an amazing revolutionary force but actually terrorrists that massacred thousands of people. - JoLeKosovo
This song just comes out guns blazing, and with the next track on the cd being Killing in the Name makes it even more awesome - Jonerman
Love this song - Brobusky
This song is very good - zxm
Their drummer, Thomas Stauch, was only 17 when they recorded this fast song... - Metal_Treasure
This song has very good guitar riffs. And the riffs was the reason that I got into this song - zxm
Not only best of the album but also best song of theirs. And best punk rock song ever! - zxm
Masterpiece. - JoLeKosovo
It is a important song of this band, kicking off with a very heavy riff with great vocals by Layne Stanley - Ananya
Not their masterpiece, but its very strong and good. - Ananya
This song is very good. Especially the intro drumming beats - zxm
It's just amazing psych. - JoLeKosovo
This is not a debut album. - JoLeKosovo
First song off Frizlle Fry. Brilliant opener choice.
The album starts.
Light crackling. Cheers. The intro to "YYZ" covered on drums. More cheers. Sonic zoom out.
A bassline cleaner than christian memes then strats. A guitar later lets out a few dings.
Then a very distorted guitar comes in. Boom. Drumrolls. The bassline switches to something more agressive, with a heavy yet funky guitar. All that with some unconventional rythmic work.
Then finally, Claypool starts singing. His voice is hillbillyish and uncoventional. The lyrics are rebellious, indicating what Primus stands for, with some wacky quips. The bass work is brilliant.
"To defy the laws of tradition, is a crusade only of the brave."
Primus will try to change music with their unique sound.
The track goes on and off, getting softer and then back to dirty work again. After the guitar solo, a drum crashes. No music anymore. This seems like the end. But then :
"Suppose the taxman, he comes to ...more - JoLeKosovo
"Mr America, walk on by..." - JoLeKosovo