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  1. 100 Mph

    100 Mph


    "100 MPH" is a song by El Presidente from their debut album El Presidente (2005). It was released as a single on two formats, CD and Yellow 7". It reached number 37 in the UK Singles Chart, although in the midweek chart it was at number 34.

  2. 1492



    "1492" is the first song on Counting Crows' 2008 album Saturday Nights & Sunday Mornings. Adam Duritz announced in a voicemail message to his fans on January 12, 2008, that this song would be released as part of a digital 45 release to precede the release of Saturday Nights & Sunday Mornings, with "When I Dream of Michelangelo" to be featured as its B-side. It is, however, not the lead commercial single, as "You Can't Count on Me" was released as the lead airplay/video single on February 4, 2008.

  3. 22 Grand Job

    22 Grand Job


    "22 Grand Job" is a song by English indie rock band The Rakes and is featured on their debut album, Capture/Release. Released on October 31, 2005, it was the fourth single taken from the album and charted in the UK Top 40 at number thirty-nine. When headlining Brixton Academy in 2007, The Rakes claimed it was their best song to date.

  4. A Favor House Atlantic

    A Favor House Atlantic


    "A Favor House Atlantic" is a song by rock band Coheed and Cambria from their 2003 album In Keeping Secrets of Silent Earth: 3.

  5. A Lifetime

    A Lifetime


    "A Lifetime" is a song by the American alternative rock band Better Than Ezra. It was originally released on the band's 2001 album Closer. However, a new, re-recorded version (which would become the single) appeared on their 2005 album Before the Robots.

  6. Absolutely Still

    Absolutely Still


    "Absolutely Still" is the first single from Better Than Ezra's seventh studio album, Paper Empire, Produced by Warren Huart and Better Than Ezra lead Singer Kevin Griffin.

  7. Actions & Motives

    Actions & Motives


    Actions & Motives is a the third single by American alternative rock band 10 Years. It was released on their fourth studio album, and second major label release, Division. This song was not a mainstream success for the band, charted at #36 on the Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks.

  8. After The Garden

    After The Garden (2006)


    "After the Garden" is a protest song written by Neil Young. It is the opening track on his 2006 album Living with War.

  9. Ain't Love Grand

    Ain't Love Grand (2002)


    "Ain't Love Grand" is the first single from American metalcore band Atreyu's debut album, Suicide Notes and Butterfly Kisses, released in 2002.

  10. All in The Suit That You Wear

    All in The Suit That You Wear


    "All in the Suit That You Wear" is a song by the American rock band Stone Temple Pilots. The song was the band's final single before their break-up in 2003 and only appears on the compilation album Thank You. Credited as being written by all members in the band, "All in the Suit That You Wear" received moderate radio airplay, peaking at #5 on the Mainstream Rock Chart and #19 on the Modern Rock Chart. The style and structure of the song is a nod to the style of the band's debut album, Core. "All in the Suit That You Wear" was originally intended to be on the soundtrack for the Spider-Man film in 2002, but was pulled from the soundtrack when it was not used as the lead track. In May 2008, the song appeared in an episode of CSI: NY.

  11. All The Way Down; Prologue, Chapter 1

    All The Way Down; Prologue, Chapter 1


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  12. All Too Human

    All Too Human


    "All Too Human", was released in the UK on 27 February 2006 by The Rakes as the fifth and final single from their debut album, Capture/Release, and reached their best chart position (22) to date.

  13. All Used Up

    All Used Up


    "All Used Up" is a song by Canadian rock group Sloan, released as a single from the band's 2005 compilation album, A Sides Win. The song debuted on Canadian radio as the number-one most added Canadian song and the number-two most added rock song in the country.

  14. All You Need Is Me

    All You Need Is Me (2008)


    "All You Need Is Me" is a 2008 song by Morrissey that is featured on his Greatest Hits album. It was released as a single on 2 June 2008 in the UK for only one week. It reached #24 in the UK Top 40. The song is also on his studio album Years of Refusal.

  15. Almost

    Almost (2004)


    "Almost" is a song by the band, Bowling for Soup. It was released in January 2005 as the second single of their album, A Hangover You Don't Deserve in 2005.

  16. American Bad Ass

    American Bad Ass (2000)


    "American Bad Ass" is a heavy metal song from American musician Kid Rock, released from his 2000 album The History of Rock. "American Bad Ass" uses the instrumental structure of Metallica's "Sad but True" The song was a victory lap for Devil Without a Cause's success. He also gave nods to his musical heroes including: AC/DC, ZZ Top, Hank Williams, Jr., Beastie Boys, Run-DMC, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Bob Seger, Limp Bizkit, Korn, The Rolling Stones, David Allan Coe, George Jones, Johnny Cash, The Clash, and Grandmaster Flash. He didn't give a nod to Metallica, whose music he used for the song. The music video for the single aired on MTV2 upon release, and reached #1 on Canada's MuchMusic Countdown. The song was performed on Saturday Night Live.

  17. American Prayer

    American Prayer


    "American Prayer" is a 2002 song co-written by Bono of U2, Dave Stewart of the Eurythmics, and Pharrell Williams.

  18. American Psycho

    American Psycho


    "American Psycho" is the first single from Treble Charger's fourth album, Wide Awake Bored. The song was a hit in Canada, peaking at #4 on Canada's Rock/Alternative Chart. The song was also nominated for "Best Single" at the 2001 Juno Awards, losing to Nelly Furtado's "I'm Like a Bird". It is arguably considered to be the band's signature song.

  19. American Skin

    American Skin (2002)


    "American Skin (41 Shots)" is a song written by Bruce Springsteen, inspired by the police shooting death of Amadou Diallo. It was written and premiered during the band's 1999–2000 reunion tour. Springsteen first performed it in concert in Atlanta on June 4, 2000, the final concert before the tour's final ten-show run at New York City's Madison Square Garden, where it was also featured. The performance led to some controversy in New York City, where the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association called for a boycott of Springsteen's shows.

  20. And They Obey

    And They Obey


    "And They Obey" is a song by English band Kinesis, released as their first single in 2002.

  21. Apagorevmeno



    "Apagorevmeno" (Forbidden) is the lead single from Greek singer Anna Vissi's 2008 album Apagorevmeno. It is composed by Patrick Leonard and Kara Dioguardi, with lyrics by Eleana Vrahali. It was released on November 26, 2008 to radio stations, as well as debuting on the online music store of main sponsor Cosmote. The song was used by Cosmote in their advertising campaigns, including a television advertisement with Vissi.

  22. Arms Around Your Love

    Arms Around Your Love (2007)


    "Arms Around Your Love" is the third single from Chris Cornell's second solo album, Carry On.

  23. Awake



    "Awake" is the first single from Crash Karma's debut album, Crash Karma. It is about being aware of the world around you.

  24. Back In Your Head

    Back In Your Head


    "Back in Your Head" is a song by the Canadian indie band Tegan and Sara from their 2007 album The Con. It was released as a single in the same year. It was written by Sara Quin.

  25. Bar-ba-sol



    "Bar-ba-sol" was the third official single released from American Idol season 7 winner David Cook's major label debut studio album, David Cook. It was released as a double A-side single with "Come Back to Me".

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