Wednesday, December 21, 2016

Top Songs of 2016: 81-100

100. “Prophets of Rage” 
Prophets of Rage 
(The Party’s Over EP)

This project was a concert idea first, song second (the intro to the Pitchfork review -- brutal) but Chuck D is still the greatest voice in rap's history

99. “Truth” 
Pip Bloom 

98. “Hype” 
Dizzee Rascal ft. Calvin Harris

It's no "Dance Wiv Me" but it will do  

97. “Valley Clouds” 
Sam Beam and Jesca Hoop 
(Love Letter for Fire)

96. “Monopoly” 
EASYFUN ft. Noonie Bao 
(PC Music Vol. 2)

Use in moderation

95. “Eva” 
(Power/Land EP)

94. “White Flag” 
(I’m Alone, No You’re Not)

Wonderful song, and their father can get you a good price on space and power in the Pacific Northwest

93. “Dollar Bill” 
Phoebe Ryan ft. Kid Ink 

92. “Dis Generation” 
A Tribe Called Quest 
(We Got It From Here… Thank You For Your Service)

We like the first 2:20 of "The Donald" better, but then it goes on for another three minutes

91. “Troublemaker Doppelgänger”
Lucy Dacus 
(No Burden)

90. “You Don’t Think You Like People Like Me” 
Alex Lahey 
(B-Grade University)

89. “Time of the Blue” 
The Tallest Man on Earth

7th appearance on these lists

88. “Radio” 
Sylvan Esso

87. “Hypno-Skate” 

Members of Beirut and The National, sounding nothing like either band

86. “Garden” 
(Leave Me Alone)

85. “Can We Work It Out” 
(Clever Disguise EP)

84. “Shelter” 
Porter Robinson & Madeon

83. “Walks All Over You” 
Catey Shaw

82. “Out the Bottle” 
(A Good Night in the Ghetto)

81. “Fugue State” 
False Readings On

Reminiscent of "The Big Ship", maybe our favorite song of this (or any) type -- and Hollywood's new favorite song to die to 

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