For what it's worth, here lies my 10 favourite songs of 2012 (which follows #50-41, #40-31, #30-21 and #20-11).
It continues trends throughout the entire list (Canadians, Swedes, guilty pleasure pop, fun indie rock, breakup songs, empowerment anthems, etc) and is capped off with the two artists that as far as I'm concerned gave the most important contributions to music in 2012: Frank Ocean and Fiona Apple. Each were represented once previously on the list (with Ocean's incredibly catchy cautionary tale on materialism, 'Lost' and with Apple's scathing and intense post-breakup ballad 'Regret') but they come up again at #2 and #1 with two of the most lyrically gorgeous songs I've heard in some time (just above what I almost made #1 -- the year's ultimate breakup/empowerment song and perhaps its most catchy from my new favourite Swedes).
I'll leave it as some tiny, unimportant surprise as to what these 3 songs are as you scroll down the list...
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@peterknegt https://t.co/Y8lhkcuGKGPosted 2 hours ago
@peterknegt http://t.co/1cRlB0K8TkPosted 2 hours ago
@peterknegt thats nice, i wonder if my movie could do that too: #KingstonParadiseMovieComingSoon!Posted 2 hours ago
BEFORE MIDNIGHT had a big Friday, & should top the per-theater-averages of those other sequels opening this weekend: http://t.co/OkgR1I5zI9Posted 15 hours ago