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Songs of '11: #20-#16 Jason Aldean, Vaccines, Bon Iver, Taking Back Sunday and Foo Fighters

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Happy holidays! It's the time of year when we look back. Last week, we looked at the 25 best albums. This week, we'll review the 25 best songs.


20. Jason Aldean feat. Kelly Clarkson, “Don't You Wanna Stay” (Broken Bow): The big country ballad never goes out of style. This should be the love theme to some upcoming blockbuster.

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19. The Vaccines, “Wreckin' Bar (Ra Ra Ra)” (Columbia): A tightly packed 90 seconds or so of Britpop chanting.

18. Bon Iver, “Calgary” (Jagjaguwar): Hushed beauty that somehow spans folk, dance and electro-pop.

17. Taking Back Sunday, “Faith (When I Let You Down)” (Warner Bros.): The catchiest anthem from the Rockville Centre band in years.

16. Foo Fighters, “White Limo” (RCA): Metal! Goooooooo! Limoooooooooo!

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