Trainwreck’d Society’s Top 100 Songs of 2019 Part 4: 25-1 [Exclusive]

 

Hello Folks! And welcome to this year’s installment of our Top Songs segment. We are stepping things up a bit. Despite our coverage of this year’s music selection being a bit lacking, I can assure you that we were indeed listening. A lot. And I’ll be damned if I didn’t have a very rough time even narrowing it down to just 100. From the indie world, to mainstream hip hop, to our always beloved singer/songwriting world, there was just SO much to enjoy! And we are beyond excited to share our picks for the year.

And not to stand to high on the proverbial soap box, but I implore you all…..PLEASE check out the rest of these artist’s work. Especially anyone you haven’t heard of yet. Give it a whirl, Folks! You never know what you are missing out on. It’s likely they are touring in a city near you. Check them out live! Buy merch! For the sake of the independent artists featured on this list, help keep the scene alive. Alright, stepping down. Enjoy Day 4! The grand finale!

 

******

 

 

25. THE TENTH – I SAW A GHOST

 

24. THE HEAD & THE HEART – MISSED CONNECTION

 

23. MOBY RICH – LOSER

 

22. POST MALONE – A THOUSAND BAD TIMES

 

21. JOSEPH – WITHOUT YOU

 

20. SILVER MEDAL – TAX SEASON

 

19. TACOCAT – HOLOGRAM

 

18. THE LUMINEERS – DONNA

 

17. THE SAM CHASE & THE UNTRADITIONAL – SHIT FROM SHINOLA

 

16. SMOOTH HOUND SMITH – BACKSLIDE

 

15. CESCHI (FEAT. YONI WOLF) – YONI’S ELECTRO CARDIOGRAPHS

 

14. YOUNG ELK – SCENES FROM THE END

 

13. RANK & VILE – THE LISTENING TREE (PODCAST THEME)

 

12. Y LA BAMBA – OCTAVIO

 

11. GOLDEN BLOOM – LIGHTS GO OUT

 

10. JASON DEVORE – WHISKEY & ROSES

 

9. LOTTE KESTNER – EGGSHELL (KID CALLED COMPUTER REMIX)

 

8. TREMENDOUS – OPEN FOR CLOSING

 

7. GREG FELDEN – GHOSTS

 

6. THE BLACK TONES – MAMA! THERE’S A SPIDER IN MY ROOM

 

5. THE CERNEY BROTHERS – AMERICAN WHORE

 

4. HONEY GENTRY – NOW I WAIT

 

3. SHANE ALEXANDER – A LIFE LIKE OURS

 

2. TOM SPEIGHT – LITTLE LOVE

 

1. FENCESS – PAPER ROUTE

Trainwreck’d Society’s Top 100 Songs of 2019 Part 3: 50-26 [Exclusive]

 

Hello Folks! And welcome to this year’s installment of our Top Songs segment. We are stepping things up a bit. Despite our coverage of this year’s music selection being a bit lacking, I can assure you that we were indeed listening. A lot. And I’ll be damned if I didn’t have a very rough time even narrowing it down to just 100. From the indie world, to mainstream hip hop, to our always beloved singer/songwriting world, there was just SO much to enjoy! And we are beyond excited to share our picks for the year.

And not to stand to high on the proverbial soap box, but I implore you all…..PLEASE check out the rest of these artist’s work. Especially anyone you haven’t heard of yet. Give it a whirl, Folks! You never know what you are missing out on. It’s likely they are touring in a city near you. Check them out live! Buy merch! For the sake of the independent artists featured on this list, help keep the scene alive. Alright, stepping down. Enjoy Day 3!

 

******

 

 

50. HONEY GENTRY – DAYDREAM BABY

 

49. RANK & VILE – OMB

 

48. LIZZO – TRUTH HURTS

 

47. LEWIS CAPALDI – GRACE

 

46. TOM SPEIGHT – STRANGERS NOW

 

45. PARKER LONGBOUGH – BURBANK SAFARI

 

44. DEMI ADEJUYIGBE – MORRISSEY’S END CREDITS SONG FROM “THE GREEN BOOK”

 

 

43. PHYDE (FEAT. KAP G) – DON’T SAY MUCH

 

42. JOSEPH DEMAREE – YOU TELL ME

 

41. LOGIC – KEANU REEVES

 

40. LOTTE KESTNER – DRIVE

 

39. SHREDDERS – VANILLA ISIS

 

38. PASSENGER – WHERE THE LIGHTS HANG LOW

 

37. THE CERNEY BROTHERS – I WANNA LOVE YA

 

36. FENCES – SAME BLUES

 

35. RICHARD JAMES SIMPSON – MARY SHOOTS ‘EM FIRST

 

34. THE CRANBERRIES – ALL OVER NOW

 

33. STU LARSEN – WHISKEY & BLANKETS

 

32. ATMOSPHERE – BDA MAKA SKA

 

31. CROOKED GHOST – DARK SUN DREAMSCAPES

 

30. DIME BOX BAND – HAPPY

 

29. THE OVERRIDES – OFFENDED BY EVERYTHING

 

28. SAMANTHA SIDLEY – I LIKE GIRLS

 

27. SADISTIK – PET SEMETARY

 

26. BON IVER – HEY MA

Trainwreck’d Society’s Top 100 Songs of 2019 Part 2: 75-51 [Exclusive]

 

Hello Folks! And welcome to this year’s installment of our Top Songs segment. We are stepping things up a bit. Despite our coverage of this year’s music selection being a bit lacking, I can assure you that we were indeed listening. A lot. And I’ll be damned if I didn’t have a very rough time even narrowing it down to just 100. From the indie world, to mainstream hip hop, to our always beloved singer/songwriting world, there was just SO much to enjoy! And we are beyond excited to share our picks for the year.

And not to stand to high on the proverbial soap box, but I implore you all…..PLEASE check out the rest of these artist’s work. Especially anyone you haven’t heard of yet. Give it a whirl, Folks! You never know what you are missing out on. It’s likely they are touring in a city near you. Check them out live! Buy merch! For the sake of the independent artists featured on this list, help keep the scene alive. Alright, stepping down. Enjoy Day 2!

 

******

 

 

75. TSUNAMI BOMB – THE HATHORS

 

74. LANA DEL REY – DOIN’ TIME

 

73. ED SHEERAN (FEAT. CHANCE THE RAPPER) – CROSS ME

 

72. AARON SEMAR – (LITTLE BLACK SQUARE) ON MY PROFILE PIC

 

71. LIZZO – GOOD AS HELL

 

70. TOOL – PNEUMA

 

69. LIL NAS X (FEAT. BILLY RAY CYRUS) – OLD TOWN ROAD

 

68. LIL TECCA – RANSOM

 

67. CONWAY THE MACHINE (FEAT. EMINEM) – BANG

 

66. LEWIS CAPALDI – HOLLYWOOD

 

65. LOTTE KESTNER – THIN

 

64. NICK CAVE & THE BAD SEEDS – BRIGHT HORSES

 

63. SEGO (FEAT. LEAH WELLBAUM) – WHERE HAVE ALL THE COWBOYS GONE?

 

62. CANDLEBOX – PULL AWAY

 

61. TRAVIS SCOTT – WAKE UP

 

60. ZINDY LAURSEN – CLOWNADO

 

59. DAVID J (FEAT. ROSE MCGOWAN) – THE AUTEUR

 

58. WILLIE NELSON – MAYBE I SHOULD HAVE BEEN LISTENING

 

57. FOR I AM – DIE HARD

 

56. POOPSTICK – MY DAD SHOULD HAVE PULLED HIS DICK OUT

 

 

55. WHITE REAPER – MIGHT BE RIGHT

 

54. NORMAN – BINDMENDER

 

53. TREMENDOUS – BAG OF NAILS

 

THE WOOD BROTHERS 2019

52. THE WOOD BROTHERS – ALIBASTER

 

51. GABE DIXON BAND – HEADACHE

Trainwreck’d Society’s Top 100 Songs of 2019 Part 1: 100-76 [Exclusive]

 

Hello Folks! And welcome to this year’s installment of our Top Songs segment. We are stepping things up a bit. Despite our coverage of this year’s music selection being a bit lacking, I can assure you that we were indeed listening. A lot. And I’ll be damned if I didn’t have a very rough time even narrowing it down to just 100. From the indie world, to mainstream hip hop, to our always beloved singer/songwriting world, there was just SO much to enjoy! And we are beyond excited to share our picks for the year.

And not to stand to high on the proverbial soap box, but I implore you all…..PLEASE check out the rest of these artist’s work. Especially anyone you haven’t heard of yet. Give it a whirl, Folks! You never know what you are missing out on. It’s likely they are touring in a city near you. Check them out live! Buy merch! For the sake of the independent artists featured on this list, help keep the scene alive. Alright, stepping down. Enjoy Day 1!

 

******

 

100. ONESIE – FINAL DAYS OF NINETEEN

 

99. JIMMY EAT WORLD – SSS

 

98. JILLIAN RAE – BURIED ALIVE

 

97. SCATMAN JOHN & LOU BEGA – SCATMAN & HATMAN (THE EDITZ RADIO MIX)

 

96. MOBY RICH – SABOTAGE

 

95. DAYSTAR – SUMMER GIRLS

 

94. DRAKE (FEAT. RICK ROSS) – MONEY IN THE GRAVE

 

93. LEAH VOYSEY – KEEP IT TO YOURSELF

 

92. BELLE & SEBASTIAN – DID THE DAY GO JUST LIKE YOU WANTED?

 

 

91. DJ KING ASSASSIN (FEAT. KURUPT & DON CISCO) – FROM THE LEFT COAST

 

90. OF MONSTERS AND MEN – ALLIGATOR

 

89. MIEL BREDUOUW – I’M YOURS (PUNCH UP THE JAM COVER)

 

88. THE HEAD & THE HEART – I FOUND OUT

 

87. THE STORY CHANGES – SHOOTING STARS

 

86. BUSH – BULLET HOLES

 

85. SiR (FEAT. KENDRICK LAMAR) – HAIRDOWN

 

84. COFFIN ROT – COPREMESIS

 

83. JUICE WRLD (FT. NBA YOUNGBOY) – BANDIT

 

82. ELECTRIC NEEDLE ROOM – READY FOR THE DAY

 

81. SEGO (FT. VACTIONER) – YAH

 

80. DAVID J (FEAT ASIA ARGENTO & ANTON NEWCOMBE) – MIGENA & THE FROZEN ROSES

 

79. COLLECTIVE SOUL – PORCH SWING

 

78. POST MALONE – MYSELF

 

77. THE LUMINEERS – GLORIA

 

76. TUMMYACHE – COMMON PLACE

Trainwreck’d Society’s Top 100 Albums 2009-2018 Part 4: 25 – 1 [Exclusive]

 

 

So with it being the year 2019, Everyone seems to be wanting to make a list or seven about their favorite albums of the the 10’s, which is still so weird to say for so many reasons. But alas, it is a thing to do, and sometimes reflecting on some wonderful albums past can be therapeutic. And who doesn’t love a good bit of nostalgia for things that you didn’t even realized happen so long ago? So let’s not condemn the obvious here, and just try to have some fun with it?

With that being said, I personally felt that we should do thing s a bit differently here at Trainwreck’d Society, as we often tend to do. I decided I wanted to showcase the Top 100 albums that have made our Top (insert random number here, used to be 37 1/2 specifically, but you know, times change) Albums list since I have been doing these lists. Now, there are a couple of technicalities that need to be addressed before we progress, forward, as I know that the handful of regular readers here are already addressing to themselves and prepping wordy responses that I would rather avoid. Yes, the site has only been around since 2011, so we don’t quite fit the whole decade. Yes, we have already posted lists from 2009-2011 that were originally published on the somewhat previous iteration of TWS known as TART Productions Blog, and several of the albums from those years will be included. With that, I feel the direct need to state this: I’ll do what I want. I decided to move them over to here, a lot of people enjoyed seeing them over here, so why back away now, right?

And lastly, it is with somewhat of a heavy heart that I have to admit that there is actually a two year gap in this list do to the fact that TWS took a 15 month hiatus from July 2015 to October 2016, which left both of these years pretty much unaccounted for. It was dark period for us here at TWS, so sadly those years of (probably) wonderful albums will not be represented in this list. And somewhat related, you will notice some numerical figures beneath the album title. They represent what year they made a TWS list, and what position they were in back then. So that’s fun, right?

But hey, despite all of the asterisk and faults that make this a very human-like site, we have some incredible albums to either remind you of once again, or to make you have that sense of pride that is probably unworthy but still feels so good in knowing that another person feels the same as you about it’s worthiness to even be considered in even the most unorthodox of end of decade lists.

So Folks, please enjoy what we are calling Trainwreck’d Society’s Top 100 Albums 2009-2018. Because why would we give you 2019’s best already? December has barely begun. That’s just not fair. Thanks for reading! And as I would like to pay tribute to the other masters of time suckage that are even more prevalent than this site, in terms that my kid’s swim teams would understand, and I’m sure you will all too by the titles: “This event will be swam in 4 heats, this is the final heat!”. Enjoy!

 

******

 

 

  1. TACOCAT – NVM

(2014, #5)

 

  1. STARFUCKER – MIRACLE MILE

(2013, #22)

 

  1. MARSHALL MCLEAN BAND – GLOSSOLALIA

(2013, #13)

 

  1. THE CERNEY BROTHERS – THE CERNEY BROTHERS

(2013, #6)

 

  1. ROBIN GREY – MORE THAN TODAY

(2014, #3)

 

  1. THERE IS NO MOUNTAIN – THERE IS NO MOUNTAIN

(2013, #2)

 

  1. GREETINGS FROM SPEKTOR ISLAND – MUSIC FROM THE FILM “TEN”

(2013, #15)

 

  1. ROBIN GREY – THE NEAREST DOOR

(2011, #1)

 

  1. CLEEMANN – DIFFERENT

(2013, #3)

 

  1. LOTTE KESTNER – BLUEBIRD OF HAPPINESS

(2013, #7)

 

  1. MENHIRS OF ER GRAH – MOURNING DOVE

(2009, #33)

 

  1. ANDY B – LETTERS HOME

(2011, #9)

 

  1.          DAVID MINNE – POP SARCASTIC

(2010, #9)

 

  1. PHIL THE TREMOLO KING – TRAIN SONGS

(2012, #5)

 

  1. SAM CREGGER – TELL ME SOMETHING DIFFERENT

(2014, #1)

 

  1. THOM CARTER – ALL THAT YOU LOVE IS ALL THAT YOU ARE

(2012, #14)

 

  1. CAS ONE VS. FIGURE – SO OUR EGOS DON’T KILL US

(2017, #1)

 

  1. SOUL DISTRACTION – TICKET TO PARADISE

(2009, #4)

 

  1. JARED MEES & THE GROWN CHILDREN – ONLY GOOD THOUGHTS CAN STAY

(2011, #5)

 

  1. NO GO KNOW – TIME HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH IT

(2009, #1)

 

  1. LOTTE KESTNER – STOLEN

(2011, #2)

 

  1. BLITZEN TRAPPER – DESTROYER OF THE VOID

(2010, #4)

 

  1. BOBBY JOE EBOLA & THE CHILDREN MACNUGGITS – F

(2010, #3)

 

  1. ROBIN GREY – STRANGERS WITH SHOES

(2010, #1)

 

  1. BODI – THE FALL OF ATLAS

(2013, #1)

Trainwreck’d Society’s Top 100 Albums 2009-2018 Part 3: 50 – 26 [Exclusive]

 

 

So with it being the year 2019, Everyone seems to be wanting to make a list or seven about their favorite albums of the the 10’s, which is still so weird to say for so many reasons. But alas, it is a thing to do, and sometimes reflecting on some wonderful albums past can be therapeutic. And who doesn’t love a good bit of nostalgia for things that you didn’t even realized happen so long ago? So let’s not condemn the obvious here, and just try to have some fun with it?

With that being said, I personally felt that we should do thing s a bit differently here at Trainwreck’d Society, as we often tend to do. I decided I wanted to showcase the Top 100 albums that have made our Top (insert random number here, used to be 37 1/2 specifically, but you know, times change) Albums list since I have been doing these lists. Now, there are a couple of technicalities that need to be addressed before we progress, forward, as I know that the handful of regular readers here are already addressing to themselves and prepping wordy responses that I would rather avoid. Yes, the site has only been around since 2011, so we don’t quite fit the whole decade. Yes, we have already posted lists from 2009-2011 that were originally published on the somewhat previous iteration of TWS known as TART Productions Blog, and several of the albums from those years will be included. With that, I feel the direct need to state this: I’ll do what I want. I decided to move them over to here, a lot of people enjoyed seeing them over here, so why back away now, right?

And lastly, it is with somewhat of a heavy heart that I have to admit that there is actually a two year gap in this list do to the fact that TWS took a 15 month hiatus from July 2015 to October 2016, which left both of these years pretty much unaccounted for. It was dark period for us here at TWS, so sadly those years of (probably) wonderful albums will not be represented in this list. And somewhat related, you will notice some numerical figures beneath the album title. They represent what year they made a TWS list, and what position they were in back then. So that’s fun, right?

But hey, despite all of the asterisk and faults that make this a very human-like site, we have some incredible albums to either remind you of once again, or to make you have that sense of pride that is probably unworthy but still feels so good in knowing that another person feels the same as you about it’s worthiness to even be considered in even the most unorthodox of end of decade lists.

So Folks, please enjoy what we are calling Trainwreck’d Society’s Top 100 Albums 2009-2018. Because why would we give you 2019’s best already? December has barely begun. That’s just not fair. Thanks for reading! And as I would like to pay tribute to the other masters of time suckage that are even more prevalent than this site, in terms that my kid’s swim teams would understand, and I’m sure you will all too by the titles: “This event will be swam in 4 heats, this is heat 3”. Enjoy!

 

******

 

 

  1. BLITZEN TRAPPER – WILD AND RECKLESS

(2017, #2)

 

  1. STEPHANIE SCHNEIDERMAN – RUBBER TEAR DROPS

(2011, #21)

 

  1. THE SELDON PLAN – COALIZIONE DEL VOLERE

(2011, #30)

 

  1. ALELA DIANE – ABOUT FAREWELL

(2013, #16)

 

  1. Y LA BAMBA – COURT THE STORM

(2012, #15)

 

  1. SIMON BISH – YOU GET TO LIVE A FEW GOOD DAYS

(2010, #14)

 

  1. EMINEM – KAMIKAZEE

(2018, #11)

 

  1. EZRA BELL – EZRA BELL

(2018, #2)

 

  1. PORTUGAL. THE MAN – THE SATANIC SATANIST

(2009, #5)

 

  1. STRENGTH – MIND-READER

(2010, #8)

 

  1. ANDY B – THOSE WERE THE DAYS

(2014, #11)

 

  1. THE SEA THE SEA – LOVE WE ARE WE LOVE

(2013, #14)

 

  1. SLEEP – LOCKLAND 95

(2013, #25)

  1. THE HEAD AND THE HEART – LET’S BE STILL

(2013, #20)

 

  1. BLITZEN TRAPPER – VII

(2013, #4)

 

  1. GRYNCH – STREET LIGHTS

(2014, #6)

 

  1. JUSTIN NOZUKA – RUN TO WATERS

(2018, #1)

 

  1. NEIL NATHAN – THE DISTANCE CALLS

(2010, #20)

 

  1. ALEXIPHARMIC – AMERICAN BEAUTY

(2009, #22)

 

  1. BLITZEN TRAPPER – AMERICAN GOLDWING

(2011, #3)

 

  1. BOBBY JOE EBOLA & THE CHILDREN MACNUGGITS – TRAINWRECK TO NARNIA

(2012, #7)

 

  1. BRADLEY WIK & THE CHARLATANS – BURN WHAT YOU CAN, BURY THE REST

(2012, #8)

 

  1. COREY CHISEL & THE WONDERING SONS – DEATH WON’T SEND A LETTER

(2009, #6)

 

  1. THE ASCETIC JUNKIES – THIS CAGE HAS NO BOTTOM

(2010, #2)

 

  1. SADISTIK – FLOWERS FOR MY FATHER

(2013, #9)

Trainwreck’d Society’s Top 100 Albums 2009-2018 Part 2: 75 – 51 [Exclusive]

 

So with it being the year 2019, Everyone seems to be wanting to make a list or seven about their favorite albums of the the 10’s, which is still so weird to say for so many reasons. But alas, it is a thing to do, and sometimes reflecting on some wonderful albums past can be therapeutic. And who doesn’t love a good bit of nostalgia for things that you didn’t even realized happen so long ago? So let’s not condemn the obvious here, and just try to have some fun with it?

With that being said, I personally felt that we should do thing s a bit differently here at Trainwreck’d Society, as we often tend to do. I decided I wanted to showcase the Top 100 albums that have made our Top (insert random number here, used to be 37 1/2 specifically, but you know, times change) Albums list since I have been doing these lists. Now, there are a couple of technicalities that need to be addressed before we progress, forward, as I know that the handful of regular readers here are already addressing to themselves and prepping wordy responses that I would rather avoid. Yes, the site has only been around since 2011, so we don’t quite fit the whole decade. Yes, we have already posted lists from 2009-2011 that were originally published on the somewhat previous iteration of TWS known as TART Productions Blog, and several of the albums from those years will be included. With that, I feel the direct need to state this: I’ll do what I want. I decided to move them over to here, a lot of people enjoyed seeing them over here, so why back away now, right?

And lastly, it is with somewhat of a heavy heart that I have to admit that there is actually a two year gap in this list do to the fact that TWS took a 15 month hiatus from July 2015 to October 2016, which left both of these years pretty much unaccounted for. It was dark period for us here at TWS, so sadly those years of (probably) wonderful albums will not be represented in this list. And somewhat related, you will notice some numerical figures beneath the album title. They represent what year they made a TWS list, and what position they were in back then. So that’s fun, right?

But hey, despite all of the asterisk and faults that make this a very human-like site, we have some incredible albums to either remind you of once again, or to make you have that sense of pride that is probably unworthy but still feels so good in knowing that another person feels the same as you about it’s worthiness to even be considered in even the most unorthodox of end of decade lists.

So Folks, please enjoy what we are calling Trainwreck’d Society’s Top 100 Albums 2009-2018. Because why would we give you 2019’s best already? December has barely begun. That’s just not fair. Thanks for reading! And as I would like to pay tribute to the other masters of time suckage that are even more prevalent than this site, in terms that my kid’s swim teams would understand, and I’m sure you will all too by the titles: “This event will be swam in 4 heats, this is heat 2”. Enjoy!

 

******

 

 

 

  1. INFIDELIX – NOMADIC

(2014, #16)

 

  1. KENDRIC LAMAR – GOOD KID, MAD CITY

(2012, #25)

 

  1. SOPHIE MADELINE – THE RHYTHM YOU STARTED

(2011, #6)

 

  1. DEDERE – LITTLE EASE IN THE BELL JAR

(2013, #11)

 

  1. DAMIEN JURADO – MARAQOPA

(2012, #23)

 

  1. MENHIRS OF ER GRAH – FROM HERE TO YOU

(2010, #5)

 

  1. FUN. – SOME NIGHTS

(2012, #6)

 

  1. NATHAN ANGELO – OUT OF THE BLUE

(2013, #26)

 

  1. EZRA HOLBROOK – SAVE YOURSELF

(2011, #10)

 

  1. AXEMUNKEE – VORTEX

(2011, #16)

 

  1. THE MEMORIALS – THE MEMORIALS

(2011, #20)

 

  1. GUILT MONKEY – WORLD ON A THREAD

(2013, #10)

 

  1. ORMONDE – CARTOGRAPHER/EXPLORER

(2014, #4)

 

  1. SMOOTH HOUND SMITH – SMOOTH HOUND SMITH

(2013, #12)

 

  1. HOSANNAS – TOGETHER

(2010, #7)

 

  1. POST MALONE – BEER BONGS & BENTLEYS

(2018, #4)

 

  1. LOTTE KESTNER – OFF WHITE

(2017, #4)

 

  1. ROBIN GREY – FROM THE GROUND UP

(2017, #3)

 

  1. ELECTRIC NEEDLE ROOM – THE PRESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VOL. 3

(2013, #21)

 

  1. VIOLENT PSALMS – SLOW TO SPEAK

(2014, #2)

 

  1. KENDRIC LAMAR – DAMN

(2017, #11)

 

  1. THE WALKING – WANDERINGS & DISTRACTIONS

(2009, #10)

 

  1. GOOD OLD WAR – COME BACK AS RAIN

(2012, #13)

  1. ANJA MCCLOSKEY – AN ESTIMATION

(2012, #9)

 

  1. MARK GEARY – SONGS ABOUT LOVE, SONGS ABOUT LEAVING

(2012, #11)