#2
"That's The Way", and "Going To California" by Led Zeppelin


listen to live versions, like the live album How The West Was Won, you can hear the madolin very well there, its like the lead in the song
#3
Losing My Religion by REM, I'm pretty sure of that.
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#4
I got this list from wiki. Sorry if it's hard to read.

Boat On The River, Styx
Dance With Me, Shaw/Blades
Little Ghost, White Stripes
Losing My Religion, R.E.M.
Maggie May, Rod Stewart
Mandolin Wind, Rod Stewart
Prickly Thorn, But Sweetly Worn, White Stripes
Sweet Caroline, Niel Diamond
Shilo, Niel Diamond
Battle for Evermore, Led Zeppelin
Going to California, Led Zeppelin
That's the Way, Led Zeppelin
Hey Hey What Can I Do? Led Zeppelin
How Come, Slim Chance
Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want, The Smiths
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#6
Oh, thinking about it, the lead singer from Arcade Fire uses a cool resonator Mandolin for the majority of their songs.

Edit: Damn, beaten to it!
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#7
battle of evermore - led zeppelin
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#9
Dance Tonight by Paul McCartney(sp).
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#10
A lot of stuff by The Band uses mandolin. check some of that, maybe.
#12
Boogie With Stu - Led Zeppelin
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