Let me just briefly say the history of this song -- makes it more interesting. It's about a marriage break-up with Prince Charles' and Princess Diana's wedding on the TV in the background. It was written in the mid-80's (not sure of the exact year ... it's on an album of previously unreleased song and that was never made known), about a decade before Charles' and Diana's divorce. Just thought that was interesting.
I'll admit it, it's not something I would ever choose to listen to. Just not my genre. That being said, I got into it. Really made me want to move! So, even though I'm not a fan and probably won't ever listened to it again, I'll give it a 7.5/10. It's always good to try new genres! https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ith-WwPj3ZY
I'd say to me, this is one of those annoying songs that I'm glad is over in 15 seconds. Lacks originality and creativity. It's got the same beat and tempo as every other song I hear on a pop radio. So, I give this one a 2/10.
Now, the only thing I can think of is the last song I was playing on my guitar. So, without further ado, here is one of my personal favorites: Metallica's The Call of Ktulu
Now that I'm done posting dank maymays, time to post something I actually listen to. Though I'd be glad to argue with you about the song you rated, since it's definitely not pop and definitely not on the radio.
Personally, I think Metallica is highly overrated. While they did bring metal into the mainstream, or at least helped a lot, their songs all sound the same. They chose to never evolve their music further, and opted to instead keep using the same sound that got them famous, and it remained that way for years after Ride the Lightning. Death Magnetic sounded the same as well, the only difference is that the quality was higher because of technology. 3/10
I listen to this guy Rhian Sheehan A LOT. He makes great ambient, melodic, orchestral type stuff. He went and began experimenting with more rhythmic elements recently, and for this song I think it turned out very well.