Then you sprinkle a charismatic lead vocal on top and make sure it is built on a solid foundation, in other words, well-executed drumming.
That sounds a lot like Nelson Can, but in order to identify a good song further, the band names three songs they wish they had written:
"Led Zeppelin's When the Levee Breaks. It's a blues song written and first recorded by husband and wife Kansas Joe McCoy and Memphis Minnie back in 1929. The Led Zeppelin version has the biggest and most amazing sound ever. We have tried several times to create the same kind of big open sound in the studio.
Then there's The White Stripes', Seven Nation Army. The ultimate riff. So simple, so iconic. And finally, the B52's, Rock Lobster. There are so many amazing and crazy elements in this song. We definitely need more organs in our lives.