Top 10 rock musics has the most downloaded by the British ever.
1. Sex on Fire of Kings of Leon
As one of the most successful family bands from Nashville, Kings of Leon is not an unfamiliar name for rock fans. This top-ranked charm song was almost not recorded by Caleb Followill, but fortunately the group members finally convinced him.
Sex on Fire was nominated for best rock song at the Grammy Music Awards 2008, while helping the group’s Only by the Night album to be nominated for best rock album in the same event.
2. We are Young of fun ft. Janelle Monáe
We are Young’s fun once wanted Rihanna to contribute in this cult song but the opportunity didn’t come. In the risk of luck, Janelle Monáe eventually became an excellent choice for We are Young.
The song is the perfect blend of indie pop genres, alternative rock and power pop. Having been covered in Glee and then becoming a car advertising theme at Super Bowl XLVI event, We are Young broke the record sales of 300,000 copies per week for 7 consecutive weeks and had five times certified disc platinum in the US.
3. Use Somebody of Kings of Leon
Kings of Leon has as many as two songs in the top 3 of this list. Use Somebody once climbed to No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 and was praised by NME magazine as the best power ballad in 2008.
4. Snow Patrol – Chasing Cars
Chasing Cars is one of the songs that took away the listeners’ tears. Gary Lightbody himself called this the most pure and true love song he ever composed.
After appearing in the second season’s final episode of the Grey’s Anatomy series, Chasing Cars became famous in the US and received a Grammy nomination in 2007. In 2009, Chasing Cars was honored with the title of broadcast. the most in the UK in the 2000s.
5. Dont Stop Believin ’ – Journey
Before becoming the mainstream song of the Glee TV series, Dont Stop Believin’ was a great song and used in many, many dramas and movies. The memorable appearances of the song include The Wedding Singer (1998), Monster (2003), the ending of The Sopranos TV series …
Thanks to that, Dont Stop Believin ‘digital music sales are always high and help Journey overcome financial difficulties. The song is also a cheering song for many famous sports clubs in the US such as Chicago White Sox, Los Angeles Dodgers, San Francisco Giants and Detroit Red Wings.
6. Paradise of Coldplay
Not everyone knows that Paradise was originally intended to be the winner of the X Factor in 2010. This program used to ask Chris Martin to write a song dedicated to the winner that year and this was Paradise. pregnancy
However, Coldplay drummer Will Champion has insisted on putting Paradise on the band’s Mylo Xyloto album. The result of this decision is countless achievements on international rankings, the VMA award for Best Rock Music Video in 2012, and a Grammy nomination.
7. Iris of Goo Goo Dolls
This is the famous song that Johnny Rzeznik wrote for the romantic love film City of Angels in 1998. Later, Iris was also included in the group’s sixth album, Dizzy Up the Girl.
In the film, Iris is sung in the perspective of an angel who has to choose between immortal life and love for a mortal person. The way of switching the rhythm between 3/4 and 4/4 with the same guitar has helped Iris become one of the immortal songs of alternative rock music in the 1990s, bringing Goo Goo Dolls 3 to a Grammy Award .
8. Ho Hey of The Lumineers
Hailed as America’s answer to Mumford & Sons (a popular folk rock band in the UK), Ho Hey climbed to No. 3 on the Billboard chart after 28 weeks of release.
9. Pompeii of Bastille
The content of the song revolves around a conversation between two people who are trapped in the molten lava flow of Pompeii city, which has been drowned by Vesuvius volcano. Although there is such a gloomy topic, but the Pompeii song is well supported by the audience and won the nomination of the Year’s Single Award at the Music BRIT Awards in early 2014.
10. Killing in the Name of Rage Against the Machine
This was an inconvenient proclamation aimed at parents and the education system from the group Rage Against the Machine. Released since 1992, Killing’s sales in the Name suddenly skyrocketed back to Christmas 2009.
That’s when DJ Jon Morter launched a campaign on Facebook, encouraging users to buy Killing’s digital music version in the Name to prevent X Factor winner from winning the # 1 spot on the chart. Ranking singles in the UK during Christmas week