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Welcome to our newest series, the imaginatively titled SONGS OF THE YEAR.

You might be wondering: why 1958? Well, inquisitive reader, that’s the year Billboard unveiled it’s Top 100 chart, of course!

Since you’re here, you might as well watch the debut of the new series. Once you’re done with that, feel free to vote for which of us (Kramzer, Joe, Jason) had the best song of the year. You can find them down below in Spotify or YouTube form.

Check back every week for a NEW episode and don’t forget to subscribe to the channel and share this post or this video on all your favorite social networks because lord knows we’ve earned it.

Stay cool, daddio.


Which Was the Best Song of 1958?

  • Fever - Peggy Lee (45%, 27 Votes)
  • All I Have to Do is Dream - The Everly Brothers (45%, 27 Votes)
  • It's Only Make Believe - Conway Twitty (10%, 6 Votes)

Total Voters: 60

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Best Songs of the Year Playlist

Best Songs of the Year | 1958 | Spotify Edition

Best Songs of the Year | 1958 | YouTube edition

Worst Songs of the Year Playlist

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No Eddie Cochran?