The Top 10 Soundalike Songs

Hello Friends!

 

SO THIS WEEK ON THE TOP 10 WAS A BLAST. For one, it was an extra HALF AN HOUR of hearing the beautiful music and talking of The Top 10. In addition to that, it was a super cool theme.

 

This week on The Top 10 we explored the Top 10 pairs of songs that sounded suspiciously alike. Suffice it to say, many of the ‘original’ artists were not fully convinced that it was pure coincidence that their songs sounded identical.

From lawsuits, to verbal slander, to genuinely not caring, we counted down The Top 10 soundalike songs. If it interests you, definitely check out some of these songs. It may change your view on that song/artist.

 

Here is The Top Ten Soundalike Songs:

10) The Strokes’ “Gratisfaction” VS. Steely Dans’ “Reelin’ in the Years”

9) Sly & The Family Stones’ “Hot Fun In The Summertime”  VS. Genesis’ “Misunderstanding”

8) Radioheads’ “Karma Police” VS. The Beatles’ “Sexy Sadie” 

7) Cat Stevens’ “Father and Son” vs. The Flaming Lips’ “Fight Test”

6) Bob Dylans’ “Subterranean Homesick Blues” VS. R.E.Ms’ “It’s The End of the World and We Know It” 

5) Joe Satrianis’ “If I Could Fly” VS. Coldplays’ “Viva La Vida”

4) One Directions’ “Best Song Ever” VS.  The Who’s “Baba O’Riley”

3) Madonna’s “Express Yourself” VS. Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way”

2) Chuck Berry’s “Sweet Little Sixteen” VS. Beach Boys’ “Surfin’ USA”  

1) The Verve Pipe’s “Bittersweet Symphony” & Andrew Oldham Orchestra recording of The Rolling Stones’ 1965 song “The Last Time”.

 

Check these out, it’s pretty crazy!!!

 

AND TUNE IN NEXT WEEK :)!

 

Cheers,

The Top 10

Robin Daprato

My name is Robin Daprato and I am a third year English and Sociology major. Ever since I was a kid music was my life. I ate, breathed and lived it. My dad started my musical education at a young age and while all my friends were belting out tunes of The Spice Girls and Britney Spears, I was listening to the likes of The Who and Bob Dylan. This early passion about music made my dream of becoming a music journalist become clear early on. I dreamed of one day writing for Uncut or The Rolling Stone like some of my favourite music journalists including Robert Palmer. I am super excited to start this radio show and be able to share my love and knowledge for music with our listeners.

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