Songs Where the Intro is the Most Important PartSome songs are known for their intros, which became the most important part. They helped give the songs importance. Who knows how important the songs would be if they didn’t have their signature intros?
The theme song from the Nickelodeon series iCarly. The countdown to the intro (by Nathan Kress) became the signature element on the song.
The electronic riff is the highlight of the track & help set the tone overall.
I heard the Crazy Frog version first and I was surprised at how good the original tune was.
The initial electronic hook/riff from the keys is the staple of the whole track.
The opening piano hook/riff is the most familiar part of the song.
The bassline in the intro along with the synth hooks/riffs helped give this song recognition ever since it 1st played in Top Gun.
The beat & solo in the beginning was the way to start the song. A signature solo.
The piano arpeggio is the highlight of the song & opened it up to its style.
I don't know I would say most of this song is just as important.
It starts with a piano arpeggio which becomes the highlight of the song in general. Back during her days as 1 of the top dance princesses.
Everybody knows the intro to this song. Sung by Britney Spears, created by the late Lata Mangeshkar. R.I.P.
A decently catchy song to start.
A powerful hook to begin with.
A recognizable intro for metal.
You couldn't get past the familiar hook/riff of the intro in this song.
The entire song is equally important.
Back during her glory days as a dance popstar. The beat & initial vocals set the song & her music days in.
Surprised this wasn't added yet.
The buildup & vocals on the intro are the most famous part of the song. Partially reminiscent of Exceptional by China Ann McClain (from A.N.T. Farm).