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#1
Me and a friend were talking and we both agreed Living On A Prayer is the perfect song, there's nothing in the song that we don't like. Now that's obviously our opinion.

So, pit, what's your perfect song? The song that you love every single detail of.
Youtube links would be a nice touch.

Edit: Another one, Pride and Joy by Stevie Ray Vaughan: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NU0MF8pwktg
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#7
probably "What I Got" - Sublime
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#8
There's never just one...

But if I had to choose...It'd be "The Drapery Falls" by Opeth..

(He himself said that apparently the beat is perfect for...well....you know.... )

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#10
Crazy Train by Ozzy Osbourne. Great Riffs, Awesome Solo, Epic Beginning and it's just a really really unique song.
#12
I Cum Blood is a work of perfection.


...okay in reality I have to go with Cynic's "King Of Those Who Know".
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#14
Wait and Bleed by Slipknot is amazing in every way... I dont care if Slipknot are "teh ballz"
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#15
Pressed Against the Sky by Toadies
Animal Machine by The Vines
Lost Continent by Thrice
Panic Song by Green Day
Borne The FM Waves by Against Me!

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Me neither. So I'll just post my song of the week.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P6uwcvHkYvg

That, and that Christian Bale remix song.

This, also.
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#16
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Yellow Ledbetter is the definition of a perfect song.

With that said, I'll still contribute some songs that I find to be perfect:
Nutshell - Alice In Chains http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=scCxx4fgJwA
And, my favorite song of all time:
Tuesday's Gone by Lynyrd Skynyrd http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=322Y-3NOdus
#18
Probably either AEnima by Tool, or I was Wrong by Social Distortion.
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#20
Sonic Youth - "The Diamond Sea"

You people have Stairway to Heaven, I have the Diamond Sea as my long epic.
19 minutes.
The first 8 is sonic bliss, with the most inventive and swirling guitar feedback I've ever heard, a painfully beautiful vocal melody and then it ends on 12 minutes of white noise.

Fuck guitar solos.
There's so much noise you can make on a guitar that sounds so much better than anyone jerking off a fretboard.
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#22
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I love that song, actually anything from Jar Of Flies EP is awesome


Esp. Swing on This and Rotten Apple.
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#24
Six Degrees of Inner Turbulence.
That or A change of Seaons

Both Dream Theater
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#25
In This River - Black Label Society
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#30
Beatles - Let It Be
So emotional and epic. Paul's lovely voice, the choir like backing vocals, beautiful piano, Billy Preston on organ, awesome guitar solo, and just top notch ending. Always get's me teary eyed.
#31
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Beatles - Let It Be
So emotional and epic. Paul's lovely voice, the choir like backing vocals, beautiful piano, Billy Preston on organ, awesome guitar solo, and just top notch ending. Always get's me teary eyed.


The studio version was the first solo I ever learned. Just brilliant, the whole song is incredible.
#32
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Crazy Train by Ozzy Osbourne. Great Riffs, Awesome Solo, Epic Beginning and it's just a really really unique song.


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#33
Perfect by the Smashing Pumpkins.

but seriously, Sweet Child O Mine immediately comes to mind, but it changes alot for me.

I'd probably say
Thirty-three - The Smashing Pumpkins
or
Tornado of Souls - Megadeth

and this
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probably "What I Got" - Sublime
#34
Valhall Awaits Me- Amon Amarth, It's got the intro that kicks you in the stones and Johan's YYYAAAAAHHHHHH just kicks it off and its pure ****ing metal energy.
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#37
100 Resolutions by the Lawrence Arms.
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#38
Selkies: The Endless Obsession by Between the Buried and Me
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