Best Beach Boys song?

Chart (1966–1967) Peak
position
Australia Go-Set National Top 40[156] 2
Austria (Ö3 Austria Top 40)[157] 9
Belgium (Ultratop 50 Flanders)[158] 6
Canadian RPM Top Singles[159] 2
Finland (Suomen virallinen lista)[160] 3
Irish Singles Chart[161] 3
Malaysian Singles Chart[162] 1
Netherlands (Dutch Top 40)[163] 4
Netherlands (Single Top 100)[164] 4
Italy (FIMI)[165] 15
New Zealand ( Listener ) 1
Norway (VG-lista)[166] 2
Singaporean Singles Chart[167] 2
South African Chart[168] 3
Spanish Chart[168] 1
UK (Official Charts Company)[169] 1
US Billboard Hot 100[170] 1
West Germany (Official German Charts)[171] 8

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I do like Kokomo.

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One thing I appreciate about teh OG, is the well represented group of Beach Boys fans.

Im Picking Up Good Good Good Good Vibrations GIF by The Beach Boys

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If you’re a “Kokomo” hater, look up the parody “Camel Toe” by Bob & Tom. That should at least amuse you.

Well, I for one will not be watching that!

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Good to see discussion on my favorite band ever.

Some awesome BBs songs that fly under most people’s radar:

Ballad of Ole Betsy
Spirit of America
All I Wanna Do
Please Let Me Wonder
Only With You
She Believes In Love Again
Somewhere Near Japan
California Feelin’

AH! I just noticed Please Let Me Wonder was not on my list. Fixed.

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Be True To Your School!

Haven’t seen that one mentioned yet.

A reminder of a bygone era.

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God only knows and Good vibrations for me.

The Beach Boys were my first concert. No Mike Love but thankfully Brian Wilson was there.

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Anything off Pet Sounds. Sloop John B was my dad’s favorite BB song and makes me think of him so that one is probably #1.

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Don’t worry baby
Good vibrations
You’re so good to me
Do you wanna dance

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Surf City
Dead Man’s Curve
Sidewalk Surfin’
The Little Old Lady from Pasadena

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You jest but Surf City was written by Brian and he also does the falsetto in Dead Man’s Curve.

Brian’s dad was suuuuuper pissed at him for giving Surf City to Jan and Dean.

“Dead Man’s Curve” was Jan & Dean.

LOL he is trolling. All those tracks are Jan and Dean.

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beach Boys are probably my favorite old-school band. more tha the stones, more than the Beatles.

so many of those songs from that era sound both older than time and brand new

Never Learn Not to Love (via C.Manson)

I like a lot of their stuff. Probably listened to sounds of summer 100x a few years ago. and have also been down the smile rabbit hole a time or two. But the three I could listen to over and over again are

God only knows
in my room
don’t worry baby

God Only Knows.

100 percent.