Take a look at the below list of Modest Mouse Top 10 Songs and Albums of All Time till 2017 with new and upcoming songs 2017.
List of Top 10 songs by Modest Mouse Till 2017
10. ‘Bury Me With It’
The song sounds like a bunch of brawling and drunken pirates. The track is interesting as expected, and you can be sure to understand some few lyrics. They sing about shooting molds of dirt, but strange as it may sound, nothing is hurt or broken. That is the time they sing that they would rather be buried with it. The idea looks crazy, do you think someone would request to be ‘buried with it?’
9. ‘Ocean Breathes Salty’
‘Ocean Breathes Salty’ fails to make sense in terms of content, but nevertheless that doesn’t disqualify the track from being a great Indy hit. The song’s video has a kid burying a dead bird, which leaves questions roaming in the heads of many fans. They sing that the ocean does breathe salty but wonder if anyone would carry it in. The more people go forward, the more they get stuck in rewind.
The ‘Dashboard’ track would not be ranked here were it not for the seafaring video that did accompany the same song. The song’s vocals are unintelligible and the music is choppy, with an amazing snappy beat.
“Dramamine” kind of puts you to sleep! It almost appears to be just noise until an amazing guitar section comes on. It almost sounds like rolling finger picking on an electric guitar. Not a sing-along, but worth a listen just for the guitar.
6. “Out of Gas”
This sounds like some kids in a garage band. The lyrics, however, are interesting and well-penned: “Opinions were like kittens, I was giving ’em away” You keep waiting on the dad to knock on the garage door and say to turn it down.
5. “The Whale Song”
Starts out sounding like an old warped LP album. Within a few seconds in, the listener recognizes the wavering tones are whale-like in a digitized way. The song is mainly an instrumental with an interlude of vocals that are as odd as the music. The first half is bizarre, but very interesting. It becomes tiresome around half-way through, but the video is mesmerizing in an undersea type of way.
4. “Truckers Atlas”
Shows some amazing talent on the drums. It never lets up. The vocals are border-line amateurish, which may be what they are going for. It should have just been a drum solo. This is one of the Modest Mouse Top 10 Songs of All Time till 2017.
3. “Float On”
Is one of the most popular songs across a broad spectrum of music fans. It has a catchy tune in an Indy sort of way. Can you hear Mick Jagger in there?
2. “World at Large”
Is a little “sing-songy” in a really nice kind of way. It’s soft with a simple melody, then, the bop-bop-bopping starts. It fits at first, until, like all good things, you can get way too much of it. This one has some vocals that are a dead ringer for Mott the Hoople.
1. “Missed the Boat”
Is Modest Mouse at its finest. With spunky instrumentation, even the vocals are a change from the normal. The vocals travel from quirky to very full with some new harmony. This one is a must-listen. Sometimes our ears crave something really different; this is it.
So, these are the Modest Mouse Top 10 Songs of All Time till 2017.