Jukebox of music.

TrooperChessOrTC

Thanks for making that forum topic. Anyhow….

 

(This took too long) : )       10 plus hours.   ((It would be greatly appreciated if you left a comment.))

 

{This has been changed, completed, and more songs/artists added from that first post on OD}

 

(Also, sorry to any who get offended with all the different labels of genres to each band, first of, those labels are generalizations, not true for each song or the past/current outlook of the band. Second, they came from Google search. (Some exceptions)) Third, those types of specifics exist to help any looking for a specific type of way of going about in that genre. It is not meant in any way to offend or cut off any artist from a specific genre. Example, Colter Wall is labeled as Outlaw Country, while White Buffalo is labeled as Cowpunk(Type of country). Both country artists, yet different ways of presenting country.)

 

Started, 1/20/2019

Completed, 1/26/2019

(Disclaimer notice, not all these songs are great, there are some mediocre artist and songs in here, also personally cut out any personal bias and opinion on what song should be on here or not, it was all based on whether or not the song was approved by set standards. After all, it’s the best/mediocre from a harrowing era of music. As well I am ignorant to how some of these bands are nowadays and only portray them as how they were thought up as through the display of that one song. Also, my music knowledge is the basics.) Lol. ;) Also could use a writing course, by the way. So please do ignore any spelling or sentence structure errors. It’s about the music after all!

 

Current (at least roughly) song/artist count; 157. Current Honorable Mentions (Artists only.) count; 30.

 

Hey! Welcome, to a compilation of modern songs and artists list. (Some exceptions applied)

Sorry for such a long list, a very emotional and personal and dearly loved subject!

Hopefully you take the time to review each artist and song!

Lots of varying genres!

Enjoy!

Introduction.

The main idea of this forum topic is to represent the many talented artists out there that record around this day and age. Another idea of this post’s conception is to compile a list of artists and songs from the early, to mid 2000and teen years. (Some exception applied.) Which are to represent decent artists and songs in the defense of decent, innovated, or meaningful music is still being made. Many here who hear the popular songs on the radio may think of those vulgar and generally horrible music to be the only tunes to be made out there, to be the rule of what goes in the music industry. When that simply is not true, and this list is to provide sources for all sorts of debate on the subject!

 

These artist and the songs pared with them here, is just an example, please do not generalize the artist based on just the song mentioned here. Explore them more if you like.

Also, some of the artists in here may not be meaningful anymore or even be popular, yet the song posted is in terms of the bands former self, such as the case with Eminem, Black Eyed Peas, and Maroon 5.

Which the reason for posting these artist and their song is based on these qualifications.

 1, has to be from 2007 and above in activity of the last album produced. (Which the parenthesized   year is the last album publicly released, not the year of the song that was released.)

2, the song be generally void of anything vulgar, at least in terms of overall song meaning.

3, that no artist is repeated.

Also, also, the numbers on the side are the years of the latest released album or in some exceptions with tours being counted for the bands.

Also, also, also,…? Not sure what was going here wrote this in a dox over the course of about 3 days. On and off as well.

                Although did remember what that was for. Some of these songs in the list may be from an artist that might be their only ‘good’ song rather in terms of meaningful content, sound, or innovation. Although, in terms, many artists in the past have many nonsensical, just dance songs, or whatnot are forgotten, sometimes all their songs save one, has been remembered for some reason, probably because it appealed to ageing youth of then, which now they have a better understanding of the meaning. (Hopefully you can understand.)

A list of genres to help with navigation of songs that appeal to more of your liking. Each genre listed will have a number which corresponds to a song on the list, with that song (hopefully) be of that genre. Also the genres would be made into the bands generalization of the specific genre. For example, 1000mods, 28, Stoner Rock, yet will be placed under the Rock category, just labeled as Rock.

Although, it is advised that you broaden your song listening experience. After all a genre is type of style to music, not a divide to the great meaning a song can have. That is universal to whatever that may accompany the message. (However not all songs here have any great meaning, some are just fun to listen to, while others are just to represent the fact of decent types and various styles are still being played with today.)

Anyhow,

FOLK;

4, 11, 19, 24, 34, 59, 63, 71, 83, 85, 99, 105, 132, 144, 150, 153, and 154.

ROCK;

2, 15, 16, 17, 18, 27, 28, 35, 46, 48, 79, 80, 82, 96, 100, 111, 120, 124, 125, 149, and 151.

POP;

14, 15, 20, 21, 23, 30, 32, 38, 44, 45, 47, 50, 54, 61, 68, 76, 78, 81, 102, 104, 120, 126, 130, 140, 155, and 157.

COUNTRY;

13, 22, 24, 39, 40, 41, 55, 59, 62, 64, 84, 95, 103, 105, 106, 114, 121, 123, 129, and 134.

RELIGIOUS;

3, 57, 65, 74, 85, 86, 90, 92, 94, 109, 117, and 122.

ELECTRONIC;

7, 67, 73, 77, 89, 97, 118, 128, 132, 145, and 156.

HARD ROCK;

9, 56, 72, 91, 107, and 110.

SOUNDTRACKS;

52, 53, 69, and 93.

SPECIFIC INSTRUMET PROFFESIONALS;

5, 10, 51, 115, and 133

RAP;

31, 33, 42, 43, 58, and 86.

BLUES;

49, 60, and 66.

BLUEGRASS;

6, 11, and 12.

SCOTLAND/IRELAND;

87 and 112.

REGGAGE;

131, 135, 136, and 137.

LATINO;

61 and 156.

PIRATE METAL;

75.

COMEDY;

101.

SOUL.

98 and 119.

A CAPELLA;

30 and 108.

CLASSICAL;

116, 148, and 155.

COMPOSER;

25, 29, and 143.

SWING;

1 and 142.

PUNK;

36.

COFFE SHOP STYLE;

37.

PARODIES/REMIXES;

30, 142, and 156.

JAZZ;

146.

GRUNGE;

50 and 152.

ORIENTAL;

52.

FANTASY;

69.

NIGHTCORE; (Electronic, highpicthed/fast pace remixes)

156.

Nominated as Best pick;

147.

 

General list of songs, no particular order.

  1. Caro Emerald (2010) Swing, Big Band

  1. Cage the Elephant (2015) Alternative Rock

  1. Bebo Norman (2012) Contemporary Christian

  1. Nathaniel Rateliff (2018) Folk Rock/Soul Music

  1. Taylor Davis (2016) Violinist

  1. Three Tall Pines (2011) Bluegrass

  1. Avicii (2015) Electronic

  1. Kevin Sherwood, check out whole play list (A.K.A Zombies) (2018) Hard Rock, generally

  1. Clutch (2018) Hard Rock

  1. 2Cellos (2018) Cellists

  1. The Dead South (2016) Folk/Bluegrass

  1. The SteelDrivers (2015) Bluegrass

  1. Brad Paisley (2017) Country

  1. Ed Sheeran (2017) Pop Music

  1. Train (2017) Pop Rock

  1. Red Hot Chili peppers, (2011) Funk Rock

  1. Doobie Brothers, (2010) Soft Rock

  1. Billy Joel, Planned for 2019 U.S tour, and rumor of a new album release. (2020) Classic Rock

  1. Marcus Mumford (2016) Folk Rock

  1. Philp Philips (2018) Pop Rock/Folk

  1. Bastille (2016) Indie Pop

  1. Billy Currington (2015) Country

  1. Coldplay (2015) Pop Rock

  1. Mary Chapin Carpenter (2012) Country Folk

  1. Lorie Line (2017) Pianist/Composer

  1. Ringmasters (2012) Barbershop Quartet

  1. Quaker City Night Hawks (2016) Rock

  1. 1000mods (2016) Stoner Rock

  1. Howard Shore (2018) Composer

  1. acapellascience(2) ((2018)) Pop/Parodies

  1. Eminem (2018) Rapper

  1. Maroon 5 (2017) Pop Music

  1. Black Eyed Peas (2018) Rappers

  1. Kate and Anna McGarrigle (2013) Folk

  1. Barenaked Ladies (2017) Folk Rock

  1. Drop Kick Murphy’s (2017) Celtic Punk

  1. Counting Crows (2014) Coffee Shop/Root Rock

  1. Sara Bareilles (2015) Pop

  1. Rascal Flats (2017) Pop Country

  1. Josh Turner (2018) Neotraditional Country

  1. Craig Morgan (2016) Country

  1. JT Music (2018) Hip-Hop/Rap

  1. The Stupendium (2018) Hip-Hop/Rap

  1. Anna Nalick (2017) Pop Rock/Adult

  1. The Make Believes (2018) Brit Pop

  1. U2 (2017) Alternative Rock

  1. Death Cab For Cutie (2018) Alternative Rock/Indie Pop

  1. The Black Keys (2014) Indie Rock

  1. Dr. John (2008) Rhythm and Blues

  1. Nickle Back (2017) Post Grunge

  1. VKgoeswild (2016) Pianist

  1. Ip Man soundtrack (2015) Orientale

  1. Halo Orchestral Pieces (2010) Orchestra

  1. The Fray (2014) Pop Rock

  1. Midland (2017) Neotraditional Country

  1. 10 Years (2017) Progressive Metal

  1. Decyfer Down (2016) Christian Rock

  1. Luke Christopher (2017) Rapper

  1. Colter Wall (2018) Outlaw Country/Folk

  1. Tracy Chapman (2008) Soul music/Blues

  1. Ricky Martin (2014) Latin Music/Pop

  1. White Buffalo (2017) Alternative Country/Cowpunk

  1. The Once (2018) Folk

  1. The Band Perry (2018) Country Music

  1. All-Star United (2009) Christian Rock

  1. Blues Traveler (2018) Blues Rock

  1. Dave Aude (2017) House Music/Dance Pop

  1. The Verve (2008) Britpop

  1. Lord of The Rings and The Hobbit (2014) Fantasy

  1. James McCawley (2012) Mixed

  1. Passenger (2018) Folk Rock

  1. 3 Doors Down (2016) Hard Rock

  1. Imagine Dragons (2018) Electro Pop

  1. Everyday Sunday (2009) Christian Rock/Pop Punk

  1. The Dread Crew of Oddwood (2016) Pirate Metal

  1. Smash Mouth (2018) Pop Rock

  1. Seth Everman (2017) Electronic

  1. Sarah McLachlan (2016) Pop Music

  1. Five for Fighting (2017) Soft Rock

  1. OneRepublic (2016) Pop Rock

  1. Lukas Graham (2018) Pop

  1. Smashing Pumpkins (2018) Alternative Rock

  1. Eddie Vedder (2011) Folk Rock

  1. Jewel (2015) Pop Rock/Country

  1. Jennifer Knapp (2017) Folk Rock/ Christian

  1. Kirk Franklin (2015) Urban Contemporary Gospel

  1. Grant Livingston (2011) Neo-folk/Traditional Type Dance

  1. Playing For Change (2018) Mixed

  1. Adam Lambert (2015) Pop rock/ Electronic

  1. Andrew Peterson (2018) Folk/Bluegrass Christian

  1. Breaking Benjamin (2018) Hard Rock

  1. Caedmon’s Call (2010) Folk/Christian rock

  1. Halo Wars Soundtrack (2009) Orchestral

  1. DecembeRadio (2008) Christian Rock

  1. Dwight Yoakam (2016) Country

  1. Edwin McCain (2011) Indie Rock

  1. Twenty One Pilots (2018) Hip hop/Rock/Electronic

  1. Flower Face (2018) Alternative/Soul

  1. Gregory Alan Isakov (2018) Country Folk ((Check out top comment of the video page.))

  1. Collective Soul (2018) Alternative Rock

  1. Rodney Carrington (2017) Country Comedy ((Adult))

  1. Snow Patrol (2018) Power Pop

  1. Zac Brown Band (2017) Country

  1. Weezer (2019) Pop Rock

  1. Bethesda Game Studios, Copilot Music + Sound and Spank (2018) Country/Folk

  1. Tift Merritt (2017) Country/Folk

  1. Shine Down (2018) Hard Rock

  1. Pentatonix (2018) A Cappella

  1. NEEDTOBREATHE (2016) Christian Rock

  1. Pop Evil (2018) Hard Rock

  1. Glenn Frey (2012) Rock

  1. Irish Rovers (2018) Folk Rock/Music of Ireland

  1. KALEO (2016) Indie Rock and Blues/Folk

  1. Mean Mary (2018) Country Music/Folk

  1. Lindsey Sterling (2017) Violinist

  1. Gregg Nestor (2013) Classical

  1. New Jerusalem (2007) Christian Hard Rock

  1. Ne-Yo (2018) Contemporary R&B

  1. Natalie Cole (2008) Soul

  1. Gin Blossoms (2018) Pop Rock

  1. Jars of Clay (2013) Christian Rock/Acoustic

  1. John Anderson (2015) Country

  1. Lee Ann Womack (2017) Pop Country

  1. R.E.M (2011) College Rock

  1. Uncle Lucius (2015) Rock

  1. The Script (2017) Pop

  1. Plain White T’s (2018) Mixed

  1. RuPual (2018) Electro Pop

  1. Emerson Drive (2012) Country

  1. Matchbox (2012) Twenty Pop Rock

  1. Michael Franti and Spearhead (2019) Reggae Fusion

  1. Bon Iver (2016) Folktronica

  1. Molotov Cocktail Piano (2018) Pianists

  1. Sugarland (2018) Country

  1. UB40 (2013) Pop/Reggae

  1. Toots and The Maytals (2010) Reggae

  1. Singing Melody (2012) Reggae

  1. Miranda Lambert (2016) Country

  1. The Little Willies (2012) Alternative Country

  1. Dainel Powter (2012) Pop Rock

  1. Michael Buble (2018) Mixed

  1. Postmodern Jukebox (2018) Swing/Remixes

  1. Klaus Badelt (2017) Composer

  1. Joshua Radin (2017) Folk      ((Check out music video, although the audio is poor.))

  1. Alan Walker (2018) Electronic Dance

  1. Hal David and John Cacavas (2009) Jazz

  1. Green Shoe Studio (2013) Country  ((Nominated and picked as Bast Pick, by us over here.))

  1. Gomalon Brass Quintet (2008) Classical

  1. The Heavy (2016) Funk Rock

  1. Justin Cross (2017) Odd Folk

  1. Frank Black (2011) Alternative Rock

  1. Everclear (2015) Grunge

  1. Ray LaMontagne (2018) Folk

  1. Josh Garrels (2016) Folk

  1. David Garcia (2017) Pop/Country

  156. Nightcore (Style of music remixes.) ((2015)) Electronic/Remixes

  157. KT Tunstall (2018) Pop Rock ((Just a throw in))

 

And many more….

Just have to search.

Some artists below missed the 2007 qualifications. Yet where still active in the early 2000s.

Also, on an honorable mentions, Sha Na Na is still around, along with Dion, and Jimmy Buffett. (Continued Honorable Mentions) Donna Summer, Johnny Cash, Lady Antebellum, Fit Flix, Swingadelic , John Legend, Jason Mraz, Randy Travis, Magwai, Pigeon John, Tony Cruz, Owl City, Stephen Rippy, Saving Abel, Deep Blue Something, Dolly Parton, Fall Out Boy, Richard M. Sherman, Pearl Jam, Skillet, Blues Saraceno, Kingsmen, Kongos, Dixie Chicks, Waiting and Ron Shepard. Aretha Franklin as well. Also a mention to YouTube and such for making a free and easy access to thousands of old songs available.

Also for a mention, is Old World Radio 2, a YouTube Live ‘Radio’ channel, and others of the like.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xQHwzgxK-48

 

Anyhow,…

Truly a shame.

Still a sad day for civil and knowledgeable humanity.

May these be known and used!

Spread the music!

Also, it would be greatly appreciated if this forum became pinned!

A petition perhaps?

Thanks.

TC.

Took this way over board, to many of the same type of sounding artists. Do you agree? Would you have wanted more?

For

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Page in OD (Open Discussion) Forums,

“Is the Beatles a high point in Music?”

This is why OD is a neat concept, can the members make it truly great by broadening the horizon of concepts to be DISCCUSED about? Rather than to just argue about something.

For example, the intricacies of a musical score, the discussion of a songs lyric score (what to change, what was liked.) Which song you thought was best, and why? Or that you discovered a new band and want to discuss about them.

Anyhow, nothing wrong, just would be great.

Thanks for coming, good day/night/morning.

CM.

A bit of a bonus to any who made it down this far.

Also a note for later, (Whenever that might be.) probably should have revised and reedit this forum a bit more. For better results. However, it was, really just for you. The music is your choice of enlightenment.

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forked_again

Looks interesting TC.  I'm going to take some time and hopefully find some new music for myself!  Nothing like having new music enter your life.  It could be with you forever!  It is also one of lifes greatest joys to have songs that you love.  

How do you know all this music may I ask?  I don't have time to sort through new music and don't even know where to begin.  Its good to have some guidance!  

TrooperChessOrTC

No problem.

Thanks.

TrooperChessOrTC
forked_again wrote:

Looks interesting TC.  I'm going to take some time and hopefully find some new music for myself!  Nothing like having new music enter your life.  It could be with you forever!  It is also one of lifes greatest joys to have songs that you love.  

How do you know all this music may I ask?  I don't have time to sort through new music and don't even know where to begin.  Its good to have some guidance!  

Sorry for taking so lone to respond.

It's by being more open minded and in not being biased to any particular music genre.

Go for songs that hold a meaningful meaning or that have a great beat.

Rather then be stuck on a specific genre.

Such as this Meatloaf song, (Rock and roll.) It's about not marrying for love the body.

Yet, then on to another genre, this time a country cover artist Shawn James, this time an inspirational song to keep going. Also happens to be a cover of an iconic Big Band artist.

wraithleader

I like the Sinatra cover 

fiddletim

 cool tunes...thanks

Obannon764

One for Friday the 13th. Happy Friday folks! 

TrooperChessOrTC

Yes, thanks!