What song is the loudest?
A 2011 study found that the loudest song in the world at the time was "Topping and Core" by Grmalking555, with a loudness of 4.428 decibels. Coming in second was "Modifications" by Micron, with a loudness of 4.318 decibels. In third was "Hey You Fuxxx!" by Kylie Minoise, with a loudness of 4.231 decibels.
A 2008 article by NME.com stated that 6 very loud songs were: "Never Understand" by The Jesus & Mary Chain, "Raining Blood" by Slayer, "Feed Me With Your Kiss" by My Bloody Valentine, "Rock 'n' Roll Star" by Oasis, "Creep" by Radiohead, and "Ace Of Spades" by Motorhead.
An article in Seattle Weekly in 2000 rated songs based on how loud they seem to the average listener, finding that the loudest song was "Highway To Hell" by AC/DC. They rated "Deutschland (Has Gotta Die!!)" by Atari Teenage Riot second and "Looking Down the Barrel of a Gun" by Beastie Boys third. "Helter Skelter" by The Beatles was rated the fourth loudest song.