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Paramore: Hidden Gems

Jack Rogers
Jack Rogers 16 February 2018 at 16.32

Paramore's back catalogue is littered with so many fantastic songs. Though that also means that many get overlooked. So we took the time to put together a list of some of the band's finest moments that often get forgotten. You are welcome. 

STOP THIS SONG (LOVE SICK MELODY)
Available on the Australian release of 'Riot!', this fizzy slab of pop-rock loveliness could have slotted very comfortably onto the original tracklist.



RENEGADE

The first release from the band's Singles Club, and what a way to kick off. Breezy and brilliant, this is Paramore at their most devilishly catchy.



REWIND

Now, this is a real rarity. Appearing on the band's B-side collection, how this didn't make it on to an album we will never know. 


IN THE MOURNING
Numero Dos from the Singles Club and it's a beautiful acoustic led number that feels like the warmth of the sun on your face. 



ESCAPE ROUTE

Remember when the band released the self titled album but with LOADS of lovely bonus stuff? This was one of the clear highlights from those extra goodies. 



LOOKING UP

A forgotten gem from the 'Brand New Eyes' era. Pure and simple. WHAT an album.



NATIVE TONGUE

Another 3 minute nugget of goodness from the bonus edition of the self titled album and what a funky nugget it is. 



BE ALONE

The penultimate opus on the self-titled album which demonstrated the band's knack for writing a perfect pop-rock song while still managing to push the boundaries.



HELLO COLD WORLD

And that's the hat-trick. A hook-filled joy of a song that feels a lot warmer than its title suggests. 



CAUGHT IN THE MIDDLE

There are so many brilliant moments on 'After Laughter' but this bouncy little number oftens get overlooked. Justice for 'Caught In The Middle'!


HERE WE GO AGAIN
Back where it all started. 'Emergency' gets remembered but 'Here We Go Again' showed exactly why Paramore were a phenomenon waiting to happen.



MIRACLE

One of the shining lights hiding smack bang in the middle of 'Riot!'. What a band. 



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