Not much commentary here. I got a little carried away. The price of sobriety? A lot of free time. Don’t worry, I’m not going to analyze every artist on the list. Top 15 will get various favorite shoutouts and from there I’ll pick my spots. Enjoy!

Just like my movie list, the top three to four are virtually interchangeable. That’s Revenge of the Sith, Spider-Man 2, The Winter Soldier and Civil War for your refreshment. (Though that #Infinity list is out of date and a new one with 500 movies now lives in its memory.)

  1. Maroon 5/Adam Levine

    1. “Never Gonna Leave This Bed”

    2. “She Will Be Loved”

    3. “Sunday Morning”

    4. “Payphone”

    5. “Won’t Go Home Without You”

    6. “This Love”

    7. “Lost Stars”

    8. “Daylight”

    9. “Leaving California”

    10. “Must Get Out”

  2. Green Day

    1. “Jesus of Suburbia”

    2. “American Idiot”

    3. “Holiday”

    4. “Boulevard of Broken Dreams”

    5. “Wake Me Up When September Ends”

    6. “Homecoming”

    7. “The Static Age”

    8. “Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)”

    9. “21st Century Breakdown”

    10. “Last Night on Earth”

  3. The Killers/Brandon Flowers

    1. “Mr. Brightside”

    2. “Spaceman”

    3. “Human”

    4. “Read My Mind”

    5. “When You Were Young”

    6. “All These Things That I’ve Done”

    7. “Just Another Girl”

    8. “The Way It Was”

    9. “Rut”

    10. “Runaways”

  4. *NSYNC

    1. “Pop”

    2. “This I Promise You”

    3. “It’s Gonna Be Me”

    4. “Bye Bye Bye”

    5. “Gone”

    6. “Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays”

    7. “That Girl (Will Never Be Mine)”

    8. “I Want You Back” (OMG the 90s…)

    9. “God Must Have Spent A Little More Time On You”

    10. “Tearin’ Up My Heart”

  5. Justin Bieber

    1. “Never Let You Go”

    2. “Baby”

    3. “Down to Earth”

    4. “Stuck in the Moment”

    5. “Somebody to Love”

    6. “That Should Be Me”

    7. “Die In Your Arms”

    8. “One Time”

    9. “One Less Lonely Girl”

    10. “Sorry”

  6. The All-American Rejects

    1. “It Ends Tonight”

    2. “Move Along”

    3. “Gives You Hell”

    4. “Swing, Swing”

    5. “Dirty Little Secret”

    6. “I Wanna”

    7. “Fast & Slow”

    8. “Heartbeat Slowing Down”

    9. “The Last Song”

    10. “Night Drive”

  7. Bowling For Soup

    1. “1985”

    2. “High School Never Ends”

    3. “Ohio (Come Back to Texas)”

    4. “Girl All the Bad Guys Want”

    5. “Almost”

    6. “Punk Rock 101”

    7. “Trucker Hat”

    8. “Get Happy”

    9. “A-Hole”

    10. “When We Die”

  8. One Direction/Niall Horan

    1. “Hey Angel”

    2. “Story of My Life”

    3. “She's Not Afraid”

    4. “One Thing”

    5. “What Makes You Beautiful”

    6. “Best Song Ever”

    7. “Live While We’re Young”

    8. “I Would”

    9. “Infinity”

    10. “History”

  9. High School Musical cast/Zac Efron

    1. “Everyday”

    2. “Breaking Free”

    3. “You Are the Music in Me”

    4. “We're All in This Together”

    5. “What Time Is It?”

    6. “Right Here, Right Now”

    7. “Get’cha Head in the Game”

    8. “Scream”

    9. “Start of Something New”

    10. “High School Musical”

  10. Daughtry

    1. “Life After You”

    2. “Home”

    3. “Waiting for Superman”

    4. “No Surprise”

    5. “What About Now”

    6. “It’s Not Over”

    7. “Used To”

    8. “Feels Like Tonight”

    9. “September”

    10. “Battleships”

  11. Fall Out Boy

    1. “Sugar We’re Goin Down”

    2. “Dance, Dance”

    3. “Centuries”

    4. “Thnks fr th Mmrs”

    5. “This Ain’t A Scene, It’s An Arms Race”

  12. OneRepublic

    1. “Stop and Stare”

    2. “All the Right Moves”

    3. “Good Life”

    4. “Secrets”

    5. “I Lived”

  13. Imagine Dragons

    1. “Thunder”

    2. “I’m So Sorry”

    3. “Demons”

    4. “On Top of the World”

    5. “My Fault”

  14. Lifehouse

    1. “Broken”

    2. “All In”

    3. “Whatever It Takes”

    4. “You And Me”

    5. “Halfway Gone”

  15. Justin Timberlake

    1. “Can't Stop The Feeling”

    2. “Señorita”

    3. “Cry Me A River”

    4. ...What Goes Around...Comes Around

    5. “Mirrors”

  16. Linkin Park

    1. “Numb”

    2. “Burn It Down”

    3. “In the End”

  17. The Greatest Showman cast

    1. “The Other Side”

    2. “This Is Me”

    3. “From Now On”

  18. Michael Jackson

    The winner of the “wasn’t alive for him” category.

    1. "Thriller”

    2. “Billie Jean”

    3. “Man in the Mirror”

  19. Queen

    The winner of the “wasn’t alive for them” category.

    1. “Bohemian Rhapsody”

    2. “Don’t Stop Me Now”

    3. “We Will Rock You”

  20. Keith Urban

    1. “Stupid Boy”

    2. “I Told You So”

    3. “Days Go By”

  21. Blink-182

    “I Miss You”

  22. Jonas Brothers/Nick Jonas

    “Lovebug”

  23. Brad Paisley

    “Ticks”

  24. Aaron Carter

    “I Want Candy”

  25. Panic! At the Disco

    I always liked Panic! and had appreciation for what they did, but not until their 2018 album “Pray for the Wicked” did I really take notice. Rarely does an entire album deliver like Wicked does.

  26. Cold War Kids

    Neither last nor least, “First!

  27. Kenny Chesney

  28. Coldplay

  29. Sing Street cast/Hudson Thames

    I’ll mention Sing Street again but amidst a soundtrack loaded with amazing original music, Thames’ “Drive It Like You Stole It” is the gold medal.

  30. Tim McGraw

  31. AC/DC

    Maybe it was being exposed to Richard Linklater’s iconic School of Rock at a young age, but, as I said, I’m a huge fan of 1970s and ‘80s music. It must have been cool to live through that.

  32. Bruno Mars

    #OPINIONALERT: Him or Justin Timberlake is this generation’s “King of Pop.”

  33. Jesse McCartney

  34. Train/Pat Monahan

  35. Rascal Flatts

  36. Phil Collins

    Certainly an accomplished musician, but he’ll always be in my heart for Tarzan.

  37. Zac Brown Band/Sir Roosevelt

  38. Jet

    Kept on showing up in Spider-Man movies and I’m a better human being for it.

  39. Gavin DeGraw

  40. Pat Green

    If the Texas Rangers win, “(You) Like Texas.”

  41. Thirty Seconds to Mars

  42. The Who

    Eminence Front” is peak instrumental and is the Dallas Mavericks form of “I Like Texas.”

  43. Kelly Clarkson

    It’s not just because she’s a Cowboys fan. I don’t think it would suck, but I’m glad to have Kelly in my life.

  44. Phillip Phillips

  45. Jack Ingram

  46. Taylor Swift

  47. Snow Patrol

    Just like movies, I definitely appreciate leaving the theater feeling up. But sometimes feeling “down” through music is liberating.

  48. Twenty One Pilots

  49. Katy Perry

  50. P!nk

  51. Montgomery Gentry

  52. The Script

  53. Billy Currington

  54. Backstreet Boys

  55. CeeLo Green/Gnarls Barkley

  56. Toby Keith

  57. Foo Fighters

  58. The Beatles/George Harrison/Paul McCartney

    A convenient grouping here because they each warrant their own bullet point, but sometimes we only get by with a little help from our friends.

  59. Shinedown

  60. Weird Al Yankovic

    I have a lot of artists listed in this extravaganza that aren’t “real” per se. What is reality anyway? Weird Al’s Star Wars collection is beloved and the force will be with “The Saga Begins.” Always.

  61. Shawn Mendes

  62. JAY-Z

  63. Darius Rucker

  64. Britney Spears

  65. George Strait

  66. Elton John

  67. Usher

  68. Guns N’ Roses

  69. Johnny Cash

    My dad played Johnny Cash CD’s (compact disks for those of you born after 1998) when he drove me places. That was his right to pick the artist and I was in good musical hands. We went everywhere together…

  70. Eli Young Band

  71. The Fray

  72. Adam Sandler

    As a Jew, i’m inclined to support Sandler’s hilarious Chanukah songs. That, and they really are amazing.

  73. MGMT

  74. Lady Gaga

  75. Smash Mouth

  76. Frank Sinatra

    Thank you grandma, for introducing me to your favorite artist.

  77. Blake Shelton

  78. Lady Antebellum

  79. Eric Church

  80. Dropkick Murphys

    I’ve visited Boston and, while there, the Bruins won a Stanley Cup. “Tessie” is for the Red Sox but it’s close enough for me to claim some sort of connection to its triumphant Boston roots.

  81. The Temper Trap

  82. Matchbox 20/Rob Thomas

  83. Soundgarden/Chris Cornell

    RIP to Chris Cornell, author of my favorite Bond song.

  84. Fountains of Wayne

    My friend and I watched the “Stacy’s Mom” music video waaaaaaay too many times.

  85. Boys Like Girls

  86. Bleachers

  87. Carolina Liar

    Tell me the frontman for Carolina Liar is not you-know-who.

  88. Wolfmother

  89. K’naan

    I was fortunate enough to go to Africa in 2017. The first thing I packed was “Wavin’ Flag.”

  90. Daniel Powter

  91. Semisonic

  92. John Denver

    The Kingsman movies are two of my all-timer’s (as you’ll see below), but that damn Merlin scene takes the cake. (Spoiler warning!)

  93. WALK THE MOON

  94. James Blunt

  95. Matisyahu

  96. The Lonely Island

    SNL skits turned into actual media have produced some popular movies like Wayne’s World and The Blues Brothers but my favorite is Popstar and The Lonely Island group behind it. Whether it’s partnerships with Maroon 5’s Adam Levine or Justin Timberlake, the hits just keep on cumming. (Can I say that?)

  97. Journey

    One of my personal favorite sports + music moments. (With more to come.)

  98. Jason Mraz

  99. Ayokay

    While we’re feeling the baseball fever, Ian Desmond had perhaps the greatest walk-up song ever.

  100. Hinder

  101. Alt-J

    If not for 2016’s top movie, Captain America: Civil War, maybe I never learn about “Left Hand Free” or even Alt-J. It’s definitely not a recognizable keyboard function. Especially on a Mac, which doesn’t have an “Alt” button. (I just tried “Command”+”J” and it did nothing.)

  102. Papa Roach

  103. American Authors

  104. David Bowie

  105. Nickelback

  106. The Black Eyed Peas/will.i.am

  107. Muse

    Muse debut “Mercy” in partnership with Arkham Knight and forever claimed a piece of my heart.

  108. Fun.

  109. O.A.R.

  110. Goo Goo Dolls

  111. Sum 41

  112. The Jackson 5

  113. Steve Miller Band

  114. Switchfoot

  115. Carly Rae Jepsen

  116. Owl City

  117. Barns Courtney

  118. The Strumbellas

  119. Ramones

    Whether you know the song or not, you know the sound of “Blitzkrieg Bop.”

  120. Good Charlotte

  121. Simple Plan

  122. Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers

  123. Greek Fire

  124. Plain White T's

  125. Timbaland

  126. The Struts

  127. X Ambassadors

  128. Hot Hot Heat

  129. Aloe Blacc

    One of the sweetest voices in the biz.

  130. Kendrick Lamar

    I’m the first to admit rap isn’t my favorite genre. Obviously that’s obvious. But that Kendrick Lamar is talented, I tell ya!

  131. Yellowcard

  132. The Score

  133. Hunter Hayes

  134. Creedence Clearwater Revival/John Fogerty

    Where there’s a sitcom war montage, there’s “Fortunate Son.”

  135. Weezer

  136. Rodney Atkins

  137. Drake Bell

  138. Third Eye Blind

  139. Matt Nathanson

  140. Hot Chelle Rae

  141. Shooter Jennings

  142. Passion Pit

  143. Bastille

  144. 3 Doors Down

  145. Wylde Bunch

  146. Lupe Fiasco

    One of my best friends is black and said to me once, “Ace, you know ‘Kick, Push’ isn’t about skateboarding right?” I may be musically uninformed, but I know other things FRIEND.

  147. Michael Bublé

  148. Twisted Sister

  149. Lil' Bow Wow

  150. My Chemical Romance

  151. System Of A Down

  152. Nelly

  153. Electric Light Orchestra

  154. Pitbull

    I confess. I like Pitbull. Maybe it’s my Miami roots. I also like Nickelback and a slew of boy bands. Dale.

  155. Led Zeppelin

  156. Kiss

  157. Phoenix

  158. John Mayer

  159. Dierks Bentley

  160. Sam Smith

  161. Big & Rich

  162. BBMak/On the Line soundtrack/Joey Fatone

    On the Line is just a dreadful movie, but the music is great. (Given my #4 band, I would think so.)

  163. Sara Bareilles

  164. 5ive

    Not to be confused with the band in the hole…

  165. Five for Fighting

    …If there’s a tearjerker of asong at a Bar Mitzvah/wedding, it probably came from 5F5.

  166. Fitz & The Tantrums

    Producing a hit song is one thing, but to give sports venues the perfect sound bite is an even great accomplishment.

  167. Mötley Crüe

  168. Little Big Town

  169. Miley Cyrus/Hannah Montana

  170. Hoobastank

  171. Kanye West

    I hear he’s crazy, but I tend to mute celebrities personal lives unless they pull a(n?) R. Kelly. Kanye might be coo coo, but the man is pretty amazing.

  172. Eminem

  173. Jason Derulo

  174. Rihanna

  175. Bon Jovi

  176. The Black Keys

  177. Looking Glass

  178. Jason Aldean

  179. Three Dog Night

  180. Oasis

  181. Outkast/Andre 3000

  182. The Chainsmokers

  183. Jimmy Eat World

  184. Sweet

  185. Christina Aguilera

  186. Kid Rock

  187. Redbone

    Music and movies are a match made in heaven. James Gunn used music and his “Awesome Mix” tapes to create entertainment magic.

  188. U2

  189. Toto

  190. Sheryl Crow

  191. Uncle Kracker

  192. John Newman

  193. Lonestar

  194. Lucky Boys Confusion

  195. Lynyrd Skynyrd

    The Kingsman movies are criminally underappreciated, providing some of the best and most realistic action set pieces in cinema. Like this.

  196. Prince

    And this.

  197. Tinie Tempah

  198. Metro Station

  199. Steriogram

    A lot of song lyrics are impossible to comprehend, but “Walkie Talkie Man” might be the winner.

  200. Fort Minor

  201. Sean Kingston

  202. Carrie Underwood

  203. The Spinners

  204. Sammie

  205. Cat Stevens

  206. Cheap Trick

    I discovered so much wonderful 1970s music through That 70’s Show. Cheap Trick supplied the iconic opening salvo.

  207. Neon Trees

  208. Modest Mouse

  209. Stellastarr

  210. The Strokes

  211. Avril Lavigne

  212. Kings of Leon

  213. DMX

  214. The Rolling Stones

  215. Todd Rundgren

    Another from That 70’s Show, “Hello It’s Me” takes the emotional cake. And I love cake.

  216. Hoodie Allen

  217. Bryan Adams

  218. Of Monsters and Men

  219. Gwen Stefani

  220. Eiffel 65

  221. Blue Swede

  222. KC and The Sunshine Band

  223. 5 Seconds of Summer

  224. Infant Sorrow

    Fictional bands still make real music.

  225. Brooks & Dunn

  226. Trickside

  227. Aerosmith

  228. Adele

  229. Gloria Gaynor

    One of very favorite movies with one of my very favorite scenes with one of my very favorite songs. First I was afraid. Sh*t, I was petrified!

  230. Arcade Fire

    Music + sports = emotions

  231. Finger Eleven

  232. Motion City Soundtrack

  233. Jimmy Buffett

    It’s always 5:00 in Margaritaville.

  234. Daryl Hall & John Oates

  235. Sam Cooke

  236. Big Star

  237. Saliva

  238. Trace Adkins

  239. Run The Jewels

    One of the coolest movie trailers ever thanks to RTJ.

  240. No Doubt

  241. George Michael

  242. Neil Diamond

    People will try to overplay “Sweet Caroline” to death, but I won’t let them.

  243. LMFAO/Redfoo

  244. Kenny Rogers

  245. The White Stripes

  246. M83

  247. Survivor

  248. Lionel Richie

  249. The O'Jays

  250. The Band Perry

  251. ZZ Top

  252. Sia

  253. Gary Allen

  254. Donots

    A lot of this list is decorated with music from select video game soundtracks. Chief amongst them are the back-to-back all-time great MVP Baseball 04 and 05. For the Donots, “We (definitely) Got the Noise!

  255. Foster the People

  256. Metallica

  257. The Outfield

    Your Love,” my favorite baseball player Frank Catalanotto’s walk-up.

  258. SZA

  259. Duran Duran

    Sing Street is a must-see movie if you like to smile and feel good.

  260. Kevin Rudolf

  261. Jupiter One

  262. Willie Nelson

  263. Remy Zero

  264. The Ataris

  265. Kevin Fowler

    A cover that I actually prefer to the original.

  266. Nelly Furtado

  267. Baha Men

    2019 and we still have no clue who let the dogs out.

  268. Zedd

  269. Vertical Horizon

  270. Haddaway

  271. Major Lazer

  272. Stevie Wonder

  273. Wiz Khalifa

    I’ve got Wiz’s part in Maroon 5’sPayphone” completely memorized.

  274. Halsey

  275. Enrique Iglesias

  276. Huey Lewis and the News

  277. Kenny Loggins

  278. Dashboard Confessional

  279. Alicia Keys

  280. Secondhand Serenade

  281. Don Henley

  282. The Heavy

  283. Kevin Lyttle

  284. Dustin Lynch

  285. Embrace

  286. Randy Houser

  287. Daddy Yankee

  288. Alan Jackson

  289. Steppenwolf

  290. Post Malone

  291. Bill Gentry

  292. NEEDTOBREATHE

  293. Hairspray soundtrack

  294. Adam Lambert

  295. Sam Hunt

  296. Billy Idol

    *Mavericks score…TIMEOUT OTHER TEAM!*

  297. Calvin Harris

  298. Drake

  299. Waylon Jennings

  300. Beastie Boys

  301. Norman Greenbaum

    Got to be one of the most recognizable sounds.

  302. B.o.B.

  303. Take That

  304. Franz Ferdinand

  305. Depeche Mode

  306. Flo Rida

  307. The Fratellis

  308. Nirvana

  309. Gorillaz

  310. Steve Holy

  311. MAGIC!

  312. Thin Lizzy

  313. Al Green

  314. The Lumineers

  315. Village People

  316. Night Ranger

    Night. Ranger. Man.

  317. Matt and Kim

  318. My Morning Jacket

    It’s a trip, man.

  319. Max Frost

  320. B.J. Thomas

  321. Stoney Larue

  322. Marvin Gaye

  323. Ok Go

  324. T.I.

  325. Caesars

  326. The Phantoms

  327. Jay Sean

  328. The Weeknd

  329. The Vines

  330. Van Halen

  331. Phases

  332. Ray Charles

  333. The Rembrandts

    If Friends bombed, would the song go to waste?

  334. Alphaville

  335. Gary Clark Jr.

  336. Toploader

  337. Spoon

  338. Manchester Orchestra

  339. J. Cole

  340. Macklemore

  341. Soulja Boy

  342. Alice Cooper

  343. Akon

  344. TLC

    Yes. And Yes.

  345. Adam Ant

    Viewer discretion advised. I guess.

  346. T-Pain

  347. Big Boi

  348. The Verve

  349. Staind

  350. Lil Wayne

  351. The Beach Boys

  352. Grouplove

  353. TQ

  354. Taio Cruz

  355. ...And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead

  356. The Foundations

  357. James Brown

  358. Lukas Graham

  359. Colbie Caillat

  360. Black Rebel Motorcycle Club

  361. G-Eazy

  362. Cults

  363. Nine Days

  364. Celine Dion

  365. 2Pac

  366. Gavin Rossdale

  367. Mann

  368. Kutless

  369. OMI

  370. The Presidents of The U.S.A.

    Cleveland temporarily rocks.

  371. Red Hot Chili Peppers

  372. The Temptations

  373. Jefferson Starship

  374. Fallzone

  375. Biggie Smalls

  376. Rock 'N Roll Soldiers

  377. Rupert Holmes

  378. Glen Campbell

  379. Don McLean

    Without “American Pie,” aforementioned this would not exist.

  380. Spencer Lee

  381. Aliotta Haynes Jeremiah

  382. Ozzy Osbourne

  383. The Prodigy

  384. Labrinth

  385. Carl Douglas

  386. Nas

  387. Randy Rogers Band

  388. Trust Company

  389. John Legend

  390. Dispatch

  391. The Wallflowers

  392. R.E.M.

  393. Lit

  394. Chase Baker

  395. The Hives

  396. Wax Fang

    You’ll be seeing more from this show.

  397. Jim Croce

  398. Tracy Byrd

  399. Jidenna

  400. Blur

  401. Wild Cherry

  402. Joey Scarbury

  403. Jimi Hendrix

  404. Black Sabbath

  405. The Five Stairsteps

  406. The Hit Girls

  407. The Animals

  408. Europe

  409. The Runaways

    Side note: both Maroon 5 andThe Killers have a song called “Runaway” or “Runaways” that are both great.

  410. Joan Jett

  411. Gorillaz

  412. Gary Glitter

  413. Billy Joel

  414. Dream Street

  415. DNCE

  416. Garth Brooks

  417. Fleetwood Mac

  418. Florida Georgia Line

  419. Sheppard

  420. Gang of Youths

  421. Ludacris

  422. Dia Frampton/Javier Colon/Nakia/Terry McDermott/Vicci Martinez/Xenia

    My favorite from these “The Voice” graduates is “Stitch by Stitch” from Colon.

  423. Kula Shaker

  424. Travie McCoy

  425. Juice Newton

  426. Elvis Presley

  427. Vance Joy

  428. R. City

  429. Alessia Cara

  430. 50 Cent

  431. Eric Hutchinson

  432. Ryan Cabrera

  433. Zutons

  434. Harry Belafonte

  435. Gym Class Heroes

  436. Hot Chocolate

  437. Dire Straits

  438. Atomic Otro Way

  439. Boyz II Men

  440. Lee Greenwood

  441. Bell Biv DeVoe

  442. Luniz

  443. Planetshakers

  444. Grease soundtrack

  445. Ed Sheeran

  446. Snoop Dogg

  447. Elvin Bishop

  448. The Interrupters

  449. Hole

  450. Bruce Springsteen

  451. Cameo/The BossHoss

    Feast your eyes.

  452. Guided by Voices

  453. Bebe Rexha

  454. Boyz 12

  455. Passenger

  456. Josh Abbott Band

  457. Bucky Covington

  458. Mumford & Sons

  459. Louis XIV

  460. Grace

  461. Mark Ronson

  462. Von Bondies

  463. Kaleo

  464. Meghan Trainor

  465. Rag’n’Bone

  466. Portugal. The Man

  467. Little Texas

  468. Juicy J

    This list has a lot of song producers that don’t really sing, yet are attached to multiple songs that please my inner eardrum.

  469. Bonnie Tyler

  470. Cheat Codes

  471. Death Cab for Cutie

  472. The Edgar Winter Band

  473. Funeral Party

  474. Styx

    #FreeStyx!

  475. Men Without Hats

  476. A Great Big World

  477. P Diddy

  478. Ray Parker Jr.

  479. Earth, Wind & Fire

  480. Bleu

  481. Louis Armstrong

  482. Rednex

  483. Moniker

    Songs from movies and TV shows are popular on this list. It still is CinemAce after all!

  484. New Radicals

  485. Luis Fonsi

  486. Kongos

  487. a-Ha

  488. Def Leppard

  489. Boston

  490. MC Hammer

  491. Saint Motel

  492. The Buggles

  493. Average White Band

  494. Oingo Boingo

    Blew my mind to find out it was Danny Elfman at the front of this band.

  495. Oliver Cheatham

  496. Slash

  497. Ace Frehley

  498. Cynthia Erivo

  499. Iyaz

  500. Capital Cities

  501. Loverboy

  502. Rachel Platten

  503. We Are Scientists

  504. The Trashmen

    Heh.

  505. Ace of Base

    On that same note, this is honestly probably the best installment in the Alien franchise.

  506. Jonny Lives!

  507. Barry Manilow

  508. Empire of the Sun

  509. Andy Grammer

  510. Phosphorescent

    Not sure who Zula is, but this song used in The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is strangely attractive.

  511. Superchunk

  512. Daft Punk

  513. Bachman–Turner Overdrive

  514. AJR

  515. De La Soul

  516. Jerry Reed

  517. Leona Lewis

  518. Kansas

  519. Three Days Grace

  520. The Cars

  521. Barenaked Ladies

  522. The Sneepers

    Also not really a band or even non-fiction, but I challenge you not to tap your foot to this

  523. Salt-N-Pepa

  524. Whitesnake

  525. Foghat

  526. The Proclaimers

  527. Wang Chung

  528. SNAP!

  529. The Monkees

  530. Home Town Hero

  531. Foreigner

  532. Goodie Mob

  533. David Guetta

  534. Ben Vaughn

  535. The Tokens

  536. Evanescence

    Bring Me to Life” was D.A.R.E.’s song for their “don’t do drugs” program. Add in some strobe lights and scarred for life.

  537. Frankie Valli

  538. Dolly Parton

  539. Jay & The Americans

  540. Teamheadkick

  541. Pigeon John

  542. Blondie

  543. Charli XCX

  544. Del Amitri

  545. Bob Seger

  546. Four Tops

  547. Disclosure

  548. Cab Calloway

    Hi-de-hi-de-hi ho-de-ho-de-ho!

  549. Jurassic 5

  550. Hozier

  551. LIZ

  552. DJ Kool

  553. Kernkraft 400

  554. Robin Thicke

  555. Ed Helms

    So the most-of-the-times-funny actor Helms isn’t really a singer, but there’s no denying the power of “Stu’s Song” from The Hangover.

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