Rock songs

21 Alternative Rock Songs From 2007 You Probably Forgot About

One, two, three, four, tell me how many of them were on your old iPod.

1.

Feist’s “1234”

Polydor

Memories you probably have about this song: Hearing this song over and over because of iPod Nano commercials.

2.

“Phantom Limb” by The Shins

sub-pop

Memories you probably have about this song: Having this friend reminds you, AGAIN, that they were in The Shins before garden condition.

3.

“Here we go again” by OK Go

Capitol

Memories you probably have about this song: Hearing the song for the first time after a friend emailed you the link to the video with the subject, “Check this out!!! So cool!!!”

4.

“Straight Lines” by Silverchair

NDE Music

Memories you probably have about this song: That you had totally forgotten about Silverchair since the 90s, until they released this song.

5.

Naive by The Kooks

Sony Music

Memories you probably have about this song: Put it on your iPod “Indie” playlist.

6.

Jane Fonda by Mickey Avalon

Interscope Recordings

Memories you probably have about this song: Not sure if it was supposed to be a parody song or not.

seven.

“Give It Up” door Pepper

Volcom Entertainment

Memories you probably have about this song: How you thought it was a lost Sublime track.

8.

Forever Fades Away by Tiger Army

WMG

Memories you probably have about this song: Hear it as someone’s profile song on Myspace.

9.

“Paralyzer” by Finger Eleven

Liquidation files

Memories you probably have about this song: Trying to figure out what that song was about.

ten.

“Woman” by Wolfmother

Modular records

Memories you probably have about this song: Just yelling every time they said “woman” and mumbling the rest since you couldn’t understand the lyrics.

11.

“Tarantula” by The Smashing Pumpkins

WMG

Memories you probably have about this song: To be happy that Billy Corgan is back to the sound of his Smashing Pumpkins.

12.

“The Disko” by Shiny Toy Guns

UMG

Memories you probably have about this song: Drunk from dancing to it in a bar.

13.

Beck’s “Time Bomb”

UMG

Memories you probably have about this song: Thinking it was on his album, informationbut then realizing it was just a one-off single.

14.

“Herculean” by The Good, the Bad and the Queen


youtube.com

Memories you probably have about this song: I wondered if Damon Albarn turned into Jack White with all the different bands he was in.

15.

“Young Folks” by Peter Bjorn and John

V2 Music Scandinavia

Memories you probably have about this song: Not being able to get that song out of your head (and now it’s probably still stuck in your head right now! Sorry).

16.

“To abandon?” by Hot Hot Heat

WMG

Memories you probably have about this song: That you kinda forgot about Hot Hot Heat for a second.

17.

“Time Won’t Let Me Go” from The Bravery

UMG

Memories you probably have about this song: Just that it reminded you of Brandon Flowers from The Killers and The Bravery used to have beef with each other.

18.

“Shadowplay” by The Killers

UMG

Memories you probably have about this song: How you felt a little embarrassed not knowing it was a Joy Division cover.

19.

Interpol’s “Heinrich maneuver”

Doorphone

Memories you probably have about this song: Having that music snob friend tell you they weren’t as good as they were during Turn on the bright lights-time.

20.

“Stiff Kittens” by Blaqk Audio

Interscope

Memories you probably have about this song: How you thought it sounded like a mix of AFI and Depeche Mode and then realized that, duh, Davey Havok was the singer!

21.

“DANCE” by Justice

Ed Banger Records

Memories you probably have about this song: Shout “Do the DANCE/Stick to the BEAT” every time you hear it.

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