October 31, 2018: by
- Nominated by 18.104.22.168.
- How neat, a feminine Bulgarian choir! Not very common to find one of these around. Seems like Christopher is on a roll in making cultural music
October 30, 2018: by
- Nominated by Cubs Fan.
- An amusing satire of success in the music industry, I like that it doesn't need a hard-driving or heavy metal riff to be enjoyable. And ironically, as the song rose in the pop chart, eventually reaching #6, the group kind of got their wish: a caricature, rather than an actual photograph, of the band appeared on the cover of the March 29, 1973 issue. For a band like Dr. Hook, if that's not success, I don't know what is.
October 29, 2018: by
- Nominated by 22.214.171.124.
- It is a very true and emotional song that deserves to be heard by all of those who are heart broken.
October 28, 2018: by
- Nominated by 2601:19B:C703:4090:ED0A:C4A8:3A5A:FF8A.
- It's just a really great song!!! The intersection of cats and dreams is perfect - finishing the cream is a wonderful fable ending. Enjoy!
October 27, 2018: by
- Nominated by 126.96.36.199.
- I nominate this song because it is topical and not something I would necessarily attribute to the sentiments of Robert Wyatt.
October 26, 2018: by
- Nominated by 2601:18F:900:36B0:BA27:EBFF:FE61:1762.
- What better way to teach all my friends about physics (I am rather obsessed)?
October 25, 2018: by
- Nominated by 188.8.131.52.
- I nominated this song because it is beautifully sung, and it is my favorite song partly because it wraps up all the
October 24, 2018: by
- Nominated by XAedriane.
- I nominated this song, because it's a Pokemon Go-themed song that has plenty of references to other parts of the franchise, most notably a cleverly-worded verse detailing Pokemon types and their weaknesses. With so much going on with Pokemon Go now and over the next few months, I feel this would be a particularly relevant SOTD.
October 23, 2018: by
- Nominated by Hornean.
- This song has been nominated to celebrate its 20th anniversary as a single. It was also Britney's first ever #1 hit on the Billboard Hot 100. This is also one of the songs that made Radio Disney be at the height of its popularity.
Preferred Date: October 23, 2018 (20th anniversary of the single; also the 25th anniversary of Joe Carter's home run to win the World Series)
October 22, 2018: by
- Nominated by 2605:E000:A99E:7400:1887:9613:8E58:5952.
- It is a very good song and underrated in its complexity of vocal range.
October 21, 2018: by
- Nominated by 184.108.40.206.
- I nominate this songs as it highlights the genius of Jeff Lynne merging rock and roll, classical and believe it or not small amounts of opera. Here's to you Jeff!!!
October 20, 2018: by
- Nominated by 2600:8804:6100:132:1008:EF36:729E:81C9.
- I nominated this song because I believe praise to God is one of the initial things that puts everything else in order. Praise starts the day right. Praise connects us to the Father immediately and builds our relationship with Him. I think this is a glorious song of Praise.
October 19, 2018: by
- Nominated by 220.127.116.11.
- Beautiful words, beautiful tune, beautiful singing... this is a magical love song.
October 18, 2018: by
- Nominated by 18.104.22.168.
- It is one of the most true, raw, fast, and furiously great rock 'n' roll songs ever made.
October 17, 2018: by
- Nominated by 22.214.171.124.
- Sammy sang this at his concerts before 10,000 fans many weekends a year. His hauntingly assuring words have echoed in my heart and warded off those unkind inner voices ever since. Listen and see how they affect you. Simple and Pure. All Sammy!
October 16, 2018: by
- Nominated by 126.96.36.199.
- I have nominated this song, because it's such a powerful song with really meaningful lyrics.
October 15, 2018: by
- Nominated by 188.8.131.52.
- This song is just exquisitely sung by a truly gifted artist gone far too soon at age 33.
October 14, 2018: by
- Nominated by 184.108.40.206.
- This song fills me with hope and overwhelming peace every time I listen it. This song should be listened by more people... so they can experience it on their own.
October 13, 2018: by
- Nominated by 2601:681:4F00:938F:CCE2:2201:184:28D5.
- I nominate this song as I feel like I can relate to it because a lot of kids at school are mean to me and think they know me
October 12, 2018: by
- Nominated by 220.127.116.11.
- I nominate this song because it's powerful and full of attitude. Cancerslug is one of the most underrated punk bands I know. There's never a dull moment with this band and their music.
October 11, 2018: by
- Nominated by Shattering Crystal.
- I nominated this song because it is one of the band's fan-favorite songs, with an aggressive and fast-paced sound that is present throughout the album.
October 10, 2018: by
- Nominated by Hsanders1.
- I nominate this song as SOTD because it's all about stopping and thinking about where you come from. Not taking it for granted and making sure that you go back to your roots as they are what made you.
October 09, 2018: by
- Nominated by Hornean.
- It's rather strange to have the song have the same name and the music video being similar to the CBS' smash hit reality show. It's still a bummer that it got prevented from getting the #1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 by Janet Jackson's "All For You" for seven consecutive weeks.
October 08, 2018: by
- Nominated by 18.104.22.168.
- I nominated this song as it has beautiful imagery and an amazing message that is encouraging and that causes reflection
October 07, 2018: by
- Nominated by 2605:E000:FB0A:5400:79CB:7E4D:5FD6:572F.
- It rocks, and it kicks off one of my favorite albums, The Script of the Bridge, by the criminally underrated band The Chameleons. ‘80s post punk at its finest, unfettered by commercial considerations, and did I mention it’s about a bad LSD trip? I‘ve had a couple of those and this song manages to convey the oddity and terror... but the driving drums and guitars keep you from getting down. Just one of many brilliant tracks the band recorded. They should have been huge!
October 06, 2018: by
- Nominated by 2602:301:77A9:56A0:505A:998D:A276:7C5F.
- BLR has turned the beloved Star Wars clips into an original and creative music piece that makes a very important point that people often forget - it's Not The Future. It is comedic and catchy to the ears of those who listen.
October 05, 2018: by
- Nominated by 22.214.171.124.
- I nominate this song because I love the words, the lyrics, and above all the singer.
October 04, 2018: by
- Nominated by Hornean.
- This song has been nominated for the 25th anniversary of the album it was played on, "
". It was also played on "NBA Superstars 3" as a montage to former NBA players and childhood friends from Detroit, Derrick Coleman and Steve Smith.
Preferred Date: October 4, 2018 (25th anniversary of the release of the M People album, Elegant Slumming)
October 03, 2018: by
- Nominated by 2001:569:70D5:1600:602B:522F:880E:EDBC.
- This is one of the most understated songs ever. I feel that it conveys a mood of a deeply conflicted and self-reflective modern Germany as well as being a great work of songwriting on its own.
Preferred Date: October 3, 2018 (German Unity Day 2018)
October 02, 2018: by
- Nominated by 2601:18F:601:778C:E411:53F7:2891:2DB8.
- "Look What You've Done" provides great insight to Albert Wily's character in the world portrayed by The Megas- while the original video games only featured him as a spiteful megalomaniac with eyes on world domination, The Megas take inspiration from Hitoshi Ariga's Gigamix, and depict him as someone who wishes for equality for the Robot Masters, who he views as his children. "Look What You've Done" showcases the destruction of Wily's relationship with Light, the realization that the Robot Masters were people who deserved better than being enslaved by humanity, his resolution to continue, and his perception of Megaman being somewhat of a child soldier.
Preferred Date: October 2, 2018 (The release of Megaman 11)
October 01, 2018: by
- Nominated by 126.96.36.199.
- I nominate this song because of its uniqueness. It embodies the teen angst of not fitting it to the shrillest moment.