Thursday, January 1, 2009

Questions? Comments? Song suggestions?

Have any questions about what's going on here? Any comments you'd like to make? Any suggestions for songs I may have missed? Feel free to contact me at spacecitymarc [at] gmail [dot] com. I'm happy to hear about how I can make this project better.

You can also look directly to the right of this post to check out the FAQ list and the complete list of identified SFCP songs. Perhaps I've already answered your question. If not, feel free to email me or leave a comment on the appropriate post. Thanks.


  1. Several more Offspring songs use the formula too, like:

    All I Want
    Dammit, I Changed Again
    Race Against Myself
    Have You Ever
    Can't Repeat

    There might be more, that's just what I remember off the top of my head.

  2. Just became aware of it! There is a very easily noticeable song that uses it here :
    it's a famous brazilian song.

  3. Hey!

    I like your blog, and when i tried the progression on my guitar, the first song that popped into my mind seems to be missing from your list, maybe cause it was not a hit in the States, but in Europe it was big back then (1996, i believe):

    Aïcha by Cheb Khaled

    Keep it up!

  4. Love the Way You Lie by Eminem Feat. Rihanna (produced by Alex da Kid


  6. Linkin Park - Crawling
    Linkin Park - Hands Held High
    Nightwish - Amaranth
    Pink - U + Ur Hand
    Akcent - That's My Name
    Edward Maya feat. Vika Jigulina - Stereo Love
    Eminem feat. Rihanna - Love The Way You Lie
    Erika - I Don't Know

  7. Here are a couple you might have missed:

    - I just had sex by Lonely Island
    - The opening chords to "The Dance" by Garth Brooks

  8. if you look into electronic/dance music, you can also find a bunch of examples. the one i have in mind right now is Dota by Basshunter.

  9. I see that All I Ever Wanter is already on the list, but in 20 minutes I found a couple others, from the same album (Russia Privjet, In Her Eyes, Camilla).

    Also, would The Scientist by Coldplay (and other songs with extended/suspended chords) count? It's technically i7-VI-III-VIIsus4 or something.

  10. "Stereo Hearts" by Gym Class Heroes ft. Adam Levine
    "International Love" by Pitbull ft. Chris Brown

  11. Hi love the blog!

    Nickelback - Someday has a 6415 progression in the verse although has an add2 for the 1.

    Damien Rice - Rootless Tree has pretty much a 6415 progression throughout, although there's a lot of sus2s thrown in for the fingerpicked verse.

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