5. I'm In Love With My Car
4. I Wanna Testify
3. Fun It
1. Sheer Heart Attack
Honorable mention - Tenement Funster
If it was allowed, a few Roger Queen songs after the 70's (Breakthru, Action This Day & The Invisible Man) would be in my Top 5.
5. Coming Soon
2. Modern Times
Can we count 'Coming Soon' as a 70s song? Although it was recorded in 79 it wasn't released until 80.
If that is the case, then can we count White Queen, Doing Alright and Keep Yourself Alive as 60s songs as they were written then?!!
Many great songs! My list:
5. Modern Times RnR: great rocker, kinda sounds like a sped-up version of Bowie's Hang on to yourself.. should have been a live staple much longer
4. Fight from the inside: Rog brings brings the funk for this one.. love the riff
3. Tenement funster: duh, pure classic Rog..
2. Car: super duh.. total classic
1. Drowse: I find this song super touching.. it paints a beautiful picture with music.
I remember loving Drowse to bits when I was 12 and feeling super nostalgic back then because I had just moved cities and missed the good 'ol days when I was 11, haha.. The last verse I find super poetic for some reason. The whole bit about not wanting the be the boy next door, doing things wrong, etc., and then the shift to this other character who has every opportunity and couldn't care less (I'll have my eggs poached for breakfast, I guess...)
Honorable mention for 'Rock it' as I don't remember in which decade it was recorded (i.e. which 'The Game' session).