Top Ten Most Underrated or Forgotten Important Songs
The Top Ten Most Underrated or Forgotten Important Songs
Certainly I dint. Know about it
Looks like the tech issue is some kind of conversion that top tens is going through at the moment, will have to wait and see what is happening.
This poll has been corrupted on a technical level somehow, please correct if possible.
I don't think that was the point but it could be another legitimate objection - Billyv
No, actually, I do mean on a "technical" level.
It shows only the first 20 items on a screen, then if you click to page 2, the numbers start at 101.
A few users who make an abundance of lists also seem to need to frequently add to and remix other more obscure lists so that their tastes always dominate. Other vote everyday on the same thing to drive their preferences to the top, and lessen other perspectives. They distort and dilute and dissuade variety, and actually seem upset or intolerant when their favorites aren't on top. - Billyv
This song shows the brilliance of 60s music - jmepa1234
I am very glad that the 'Bourne' series decided to keep this song for each film since I never tire of hearing it. I'd argue that this is Moby's best work (although I am probably not a big enough follower of his to really form a serious opinion). It's a great song, let's just leave it at that. - BKAllmighty
Well, I certainly haven't forgotten this song. My second favourite from this band (after Nights in White Satin). - BKAllmighty
My choice for a National Anthem. - Billyv
Not an anti-war song; its about students rioting on the Sunset Strip, because a popular bar was being torn down to make way for a parking lot.
This is a good song - Pony
It is such a great song about anti-war and what happens when protests are dealt with violence. -Wafzal2 Productions
It's probably known a lot more now because of another version in Guardians of The Galaxy - micahisthebest
At least to me it is seriously underrated. - Bronson
While not forgoteen now, I think it deserves mentioning because of how long it(and the album) went unoticed for so long. agruebly the most influentail album ever, it presaged punk, alternate, and noise more than anything else. forutunitly it has since been rediscovered and is now considered one of the best albums ever - RecklessGreed
Written by Neil when he was a member of Buffalo Springfield, and this is definitely a Buffalo Springfield song. Neil performs it only very rarely in his solo concerts, but in the few Buffalo Springfield reunion concerts, it is always a highlight.
Neil also performed it as Crosby Stills Nash and Young and it's on One of their albums. I still refer to it as a Neil Young song. - Billyv
A tour de force from a great band
Virtually unknown song, highly personal and written by Gene Clark. Received little notice, never charted, and zero airplay even during the Byrd's superstar period.