ThatAuthoringGroup;4793344 said:Yeah....Lolopinions and what not but still...over Queen, The Beatles, Floyd, Led Zep, Sabbath, and hundreds of others that I'm not going to list they pick THIS?Not that this is a bad song, because it's not...but the best ever?NUH. UH.
Gowienczyk;4793347 said:Last time I checked NME was geared towards alternative rock and radio alternative in their current writers, so honestly this shouldn't be a surprise. Joy Division is alternative rock and punk royalty.1+1=2
www1221;4793349 said:just because theres a method to their madness doesnt make this song the best song ever.
www1221;4793215 said:obviously wrong. This is the best song of the last 100 years!
Numskull;4793369 said:Laugh all you want, but this was actually the first time I had seen or heard this. Previously, I had only heard of it.I lasted 43 seconds.
dragoninforcer;4793376 said:Cmon guys, we all know this is the greatest song of the last 60 years.
Dangimarocker;4793397 said:Friday is the worse song in the world.
Dangimarocker;4793410 said:Well WWW, a Rebecca Black album is in the works!
FlyGuyLXI;4793359 said:Joy Division bores me.
Runesmith;4793786 said:"Love Will Tear Us Apart" isn't even one of Joy Division's best songs. That honor would go to "She's Lost Control" or "Transmission." Joy Division is undoubtedly (objectively-speaking) one of the greatest bands of all-time, though, based purely on influence and impact.And to those who don't like Joy Division, watch the movie Control. Everyone, especially non-JD fans, should watch that film at least once in their life. It's beautiful. Ian Curtis is rock n' roll's original tragic hero, that pansy Jim Morrison be damned.
clashcityrocker10;4793824 said:I have no problem with someone telling me a Joy Division is the best song of the last 60 years.