- Ever since Christopher Titus mentioned the song in passing (e.g. the "motorin'/what's your price for flight?" chorus) in the Titus episode "Tommy's Girlfriend", I've been trying to figure out what song this was. A power ballad in the vein of Scorpions' "Still Loving You" and Guns N' Roses' "November Rain", this was Night Ranger's first Top 10 hit. I've never been a big Night Ranger fan before, but I really love this song. audio
- I was listening to my iPod last night, trying to get some sleep, and it happened to play "Camisado". I let it play, and because it was 2 in the morning, decided to really focus on the song this time. After about 30 seconds I realized what an amazing song it really is. The melody is beautiful, and Brendon Urie's voice compliments it just perfectly. Needless to say, it's currently my favorite song by this unique and talented band.
- This single from Radiohead's amazing album OK Computer is a masterpiece, in my eyes. Yorke's haunting, smooth, melancholy vocals fit the song perfectly. The nigh-cheerful riff in the background compliments the vocals beautifully, and the refrain from which the song's title originates simply speaks for itself: "No alarms and no surprises, please." This song is a calming work of art, deserving to be more than merely the "Song of the Day." Video.
- From Metallica's first album with Jason Newsted, which produced their first mainstream hit in "One", is a little song that got looked over. In short, this song was sorely robbed of being their next hit, as it has all the potential of having joined "One" among their hits. Kirk Hammett on guitar completes this awesome song. Audio
- Tis foolish to say that Metallica sold-out with this song. "Enter Sandman", a major hit off of the group's self-titled fifth album, is characterized with very distinct guitar riffs and Lars' insane drum beat. It's nothing short of what heavy metal is supposed to be.
- A masterpiece love song by Mr. Thom Yorke. Voted the 17th best song of 2007 by Rolling Stone.
- When I first heard this song by Ace many years ago I thought it was an awesome song that I thought would make a great SOTD.
- It displays some of STP's best early songwriting as well as berserking and swaggering energy from the guitar and vocals.
- This song shows Disturbed's uncanny ability to put a real life action into a song, bringing emotion and awareness, and it's Disturbed's best song.
- It shows off every single member of the band's ability while still making an amazing song.