Trainwreck’d Society’s Top 100 Songs Part 2: 75-51 [Exclusive]


Folks, there really isn’t much I can say that hasn’t already been beaten like a Covid related-dead horse. This year has sucked in so many ways. Even when looking back on the good thing(s) that occurred in November, it still doesn’t quite take away of the sting of what 2020 has left behind. In fact, to acknowledge that there was still so much wonderful content out there in the world of film, television, and music is a pretty sad take in its own right. It just seems that so many of us had a whole lot more time to consume the arts. Which we should always be doing, but when it’s pushed upon you, it’s not nearly as fun.

Well, now that I got that downer ass first part of the introduction out of the way, I do have to admit that, possibly because of having more time, I did manage to listen to some wonderful tunes this year. Although we once again did not showcase nearly as many artists this year as we have in the decade past, it doesn’t mean that I didn’t get the e-mails (looking at all you fine PR folks, thank you). It doesn’t mean that throughout the underground and mainstream media world, there wasn’t an abundance of great songs to check out and enjoy.

This year’s list sees quite a collection of brand new faces, some that only came to the site as near as 2019, and some classic folks who have been regularly showing up on our lists for the last decade, as they never cease to impress. Hell, this year will even include our very first (and probably last) holiday song we have ever had. So Folks, I hope you enjoy the list, and if you find yourself looking for something that you may have missed throughout this insane year, give these folks a listen! You’ll love it. I guard-damned-tee it. Enjoy!



In Part 2 of our Top 100 Songs of 2020, we have a ferocious blend of new and old school hip hop, so beautiful singer-songwriter tracks, and we even get a bit more metal than we have in the latter years. There are some repeats from yesterday’s, and even a couple within this list alone. Which if you are paying attention, could mean something for the list to come. And as we promised yesterday, the appearance of our first, and probably last, holiday song makes its appearance, courtesy of our dear friend and hilarious comedian Tommy McNamara, who may have actually turned this Grinch heart around on the idea of Christmas music. Or not. He’s just hilarious, and I really loved his Christmas EP.

There you have it, Folks. The first half of the list is out there. I’ll see you all tomorrow for Part 3!





75. Bowling For Soup (feat. 10k.caash) – Erase Me (Kid Cudi cover)


74. Lucid Child – Dreaming in a Walking Land


73. Miel – Mean Something


72. Kurupt – Ain’t the Same


71. Iron Maiden – Sign of the Cross


70. Juan Tigre – Drama Bomb


69. Article (feat. Mark Boals) – You Run Away


68. Tremendous – Bag of Nails


67. Portugal the Man. & Weird Al Yankovic – Who’s Gonna Stop Me


66. The Furious Seasons – As a Matter of Fact


65. King Ropes – The Danger Zone (Ray Charles cover)


64. Michael Baker – Shed My Skin


63. Honey Gentry – If You Sit Very Still You Can Hear the Sun Move


62. Taylor Swift (feat. Bon Iver) – Exile


61. Lee Gallagher & The Halleluiah – Highway 10


60. Public Enemy – State of the Union (STFU)


59. Felt – Don’t Do Me Like That


58. Iron Maiden – The Evil That Men Do


57. Honey Gentry – The Bell Jar


56. Joseph Demaree – Floating on a Breath


55. John Craigie – Used it All Up


54. Tommy McNamara – That’s What I Know About Christmas


53. Blitzen Trapper – Masonic Temple Microdose #1


52. Bob Dylan – Goodbye Jimmy Reed


51. I’ll Be Holding



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