Gnarls Barkley’s “Crazy” Was The Best Song Of The Decade

Rolling Stone Magazine is making all kinds of end of decade lists. Now that albums are a thing of the past, the only one that really counts is best song … so was Gnarls Barkley’s “Crazy” really the best since the last millennium?

Here’s the top 10:

1 | Gnarls Barkley — “Crazy”

2 | Jay-Z — “99 Problems”

3 | Beyoncé — “Crazy in Love”

4 | Outkast — “Hey Ya!”

5 | M.I.A. — “Paper Planes”

6 | The White Stripes — “Seven Nation Army”

7 | Yeah Yeah Yeahs — “Maps”

8 | Amy Winehouse — “Rehab”

9 | U2 — “Beautiful Day”

10 | Eminem — “Stan”

[see the full list in Rolling Stone]

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  • http://www.myspace.com/awhitedingo A White Dingo

    It speaks VOLUMES about the decade ~ as the described phenominon skyrocketed under ultra-xrischun-right-wing-extremist rule in most “western” countries.. yeah.. I'd agree.

    It's like a portrait of how so many average middle-class “church going” families (and political folk) abuse their own.. The crazy branding the un-crazy as crazy – with legal drugs and loopholes and social paranoia and fear used as a weapon against those choosing illegal (and even more harmless) ones.. a perfect song for a genuinely crazy decade. I'd follow it up with “Wake me up when September ends” or “Hey Mr President”.. but its great to see Amy Winehouse in the list too! :-D

  • Dingo Worshiper #100000001

    Yeah. And the best movie of the decade was “V for Vendetta”.

  • http://buelahman.wordpress.com/ BuelahMan

    Seriously? Is this the best the last decade had to offer?

    Figures and fits.

  • Anonymous

    I refuse to acknowledge any “list” that has u2 or beyonce listed as in the top ten for anything…..except for maybe the top ten worst and overproduced pieces of pop trash.

  • looshkin

    I refuse to acknowledge any “list” that has u2 or beyonce listed as in the top ten for anything…..except for maybe the top ten worst and overproduced pieces of pop trash.

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