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Old 10-01-2010, 12:26 AM   #16
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The Killers are notoriously bad for having B-Sides that are better than their album tracks, but I don't think anything was as egregiously misplaced as "Tidal Wave" was from Day and Age:

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the complete musical stylings of pearl jam and bruce springsteen.
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Reminds me of this, which is either a b-side or limited bonus track. Or both:




She opened with this song when I saw her the first time and I thought it was such a ballsy move. And I like it more than everything but a couple songs on Stories From the City, Stories From the Sea.
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Old 10-02-2010, 01:29 AM   #23
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I'd have to say for B-sides, Radiohead's "Fog" is my favorite, but only in the stripped down live version where it's brilliant and beautiful.

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yeah, can't think of anyone else to the degree of pearl jam and springsteen. however, i also can't think of anyone else who 1) has excellent b-sides and 2) has nearly as many so readily available and oft-played live.
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