- Come Together, Beatles - Abbey Road
Cool song, dizzying drum routine, great bass, a track that will push your system in a way few other songs will.
Hey Nineteen, Steely Dan - Gaucho
One of the sweetest, cleanest and clearest sounding I've ever heard, with a fantastic sound stage.
Thrills, Cake - B Sides & Rarities
A great track by Cake that just tickles the ears.
Baba O'Riley, The Who - Who's Next
The start of this song pulses from left to right and back again which lets you "see" the sound stage and positioning of the instruments.
How Come You Never Go There, Feist - Metals
A relatively simple track, it has lots of bass and Feist's sweet voice. With the right equipment, the sound stage will be clearly visible on this track.
The Build-Up, Kings of Convenience - Riot On An Empty Street
Kings of Convenience, featuring Feist. A low key, acoustic track that has a wide dynamic range and lots of details.
Time After Time, Cyndi Lauper - She's So Unusual
Another great recording, look out for the bass guitar in the chorus.
Rock 'n' Roll Tar Död På Mig (Igen), Bob Hund - Sover Aldrig
A live track from the Swedish band Bob Hund. Until I discovered RuneAudio, I never actually heard the faint singing of the audience. It's one of those live tracks that almost makes you believe you are there, and it has two electric guitars "talking" to each other kinda off key.