Ok people, This looks like a stupid thread and may trigger people to go "This is impossible, only 5 songs". Everyone can choose 5 songs from Nevermore that are they're favourite at the moment....So it's not of all time, but try and incorporate that into your choice. It'd be cool to state what you like about the songs, eg. particular lyrics, vocals, riff, solo etc etc. Ok, here's my list- 1. Sentient 6 2. Sell My Heart for Stones 3. River Dragon Has Come 4. Bittersweet Feast 5. Engines Of Hate I chose "Sentient 6" first because of probably the best guitar part I've ever heard in my life... Jeff Loomis' crazy arpeggios at the end of the song. I never like Ab as a key too much when I was learning music but this song made me change my mind. "Sell My Heart For Stones" is my second choice because it's rarely I've ever heard a song that is structured so well that it sounds like the quintessential piece of music you can ever listen to. Steve's solo changes key but it still maintains the feel of the overall piece and it enhaces the song to the point of nostalgia for me, as his use of Harmonic-Minor (or whatever it is lol) makes me think about the music I grew up with. "River Dragon..." for an obvious reason... Jeff's diminished woodly woodly woodly solo haha. Seriously, all the parts fit so well and Warrel's vocals sound insane. Also, Jeff going nuts with the "Phrygian Dominant-esque" lick before the solo. "Bittersweet Feast" is my 3rd choice because from looking at NM's older catologue, Jeff has a particular style of his own when it comes to riffs etc. Steve just hits the nail on the haed and displays how alike his writing style is to Jeff's. The other reason is the Bb based single note riff before Steve's solo that sounds heavier than any Cannibal Corpse song in their whole catologue lol. Steve's solo is amazing and has sooo much character and the fact it's a nostalgia-trip again for me to. Jeff's solo changes key, but he hits my soft spot musically. Last but certainly not least, "Engines Of Hate" purely and simply because of Jeff's lead. It changes key and it once again, converts me to another interval-love haha. never ever ever liked C Minor growing up as a kid as it sounded so plain and shoddy but Jeff's lead proves to me that any key can sound good if done properly. Ok people time to get thinking and to get typing... It'd benice to hear drom everyone, especially you Steve...I'm interested to see what are your faves haha. Yes, you can include yours as well lol.