The 10 Best Falling in Reverse Songs of All-Time

Falling in Reverse is an American rock band that was formed in 2008 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Ronnie Radke is the founding member of the group, and he formed the band while he was incarcerated. Originally, the band was called ‘From Behind These Walls’ but was renamed shortly after the group was formed. Radke is the lead vocalist of Falling in Reverse, and the other members are guitarists Christian Thompson and Max Georgiev, and bassist Wes Horton III. The band released their debut album ‘The Drug in Me Is You’ in 2011. They have now released four studio albums, one EP, 28 singles, and eighteen music videos. Here are the 10 best Falling in Reverse songs ranked.

10. Raised by Wolves (2011)

 

‘Raised by Wolves’ was the band’s debut single. It was released in 2011 and was on their debut album, ‘The Drug in Me Is You.’ Despite not charting, it remains one of the most popular songs amongst fans of the band, and it has received praise from critics. The fans love the high tempo beat of the song and feel they can connect with the lyrics.

9. Good Girls Bad Guys (2012)

 

The Top Tens lists ‘Good Girls Bad Guys’ as one of the greatest Falling in Reverse songs. It is another song from the band’s debut album, and fans say it is a good example of the band’s style when they started out. A combination of the clever lyrics and the amazing guitar riffs are what has made this one of Falling in Reverse’s most popular songs.

9. Fashionably Late (2013)

 

‘Fashionably Late’ is the title track of the album of the same name, and it was the second single released from that album. The song was an Internet sensation, as it was the second-most viral song in the world between May 20 and May 26, 2013. It also had more than 200,000 views on the first day of its release on YouTube. ‘Fashionably Late’ was the second of Falling in Reverse’s singles to chart on the US Hot Rock & Alternative Songs chart.

8. Just Like You (2013)

 

Falling in Reverse’s fans love ‘Just Like You’ because it is an upbeat song with interesting lyrics. The single was nominated for the Alternative Press Music Awards: Song of the Year. It was co-written by Ronnie Radke, Michael ‘Elvis’ Baskette, Charles’ Kallaghan’ Massabo.

7. God If You Are Above… (2014)

 

‘God If You Are Above ..’ was released in December 2014. It was the first single released from the 2015 album ‘Just Like You,’ which was the band’s third studio album. In the United States, the song reached number 28 on the Mainstream Rock chart and number 45 on the Hot Rock & Alternative Songs chart.

6. Superhero (2017)

 

‘Superhero’ was a hit on the Internet, as it had over 10 million plays on Spotify and more than five million views of the music video on YouTube. The music video was inspired by the Netflix series ‘Stranger Things.’ It was the fourth single released by Falling in Reverse from their fourth studio album, ‘Coming Home.’ Although it was released in 2017, the single did not peak on the US Mainstream Rock (Billboard) chart until 2018, when it reached number 22.

5. Alone (2013)

 

‘Alone’ was the first single released from the 2013 album ‘Fashionably Late,’ and Pop Punk Amino says it is one of Falling in Reverse’s best songs. The song combines rap-rock and hardcore rap and features Radke singing about feeling alone because of the haters but knowing he has proven himself.

4. The Drug in Me Is Reimagined (2020)

 

In 2011, Falling in Reverse released ‘The Drug in Me is You’ as their second single. It was the title track of the album of the same name. In 2020, they released an adapted version of the song called ‘The Drug in Me Is Reimagined.’ Although the original did not chart, the reimagined version reached number 22 on the Hard Rock chart and 29 on the Hot Rock & Alternative Songs chart. The song also charted in Hungary, peaking at number 32.

3. Drugs (2019)

 

‘Drugs’ was a single released by Falling in Reverse in 2019, and it was their third single that was not from an album. It was the band’s first single to chart on the Hard Rock charts, and it peaked at number 21. The single featured Corey Taylor, who is known as the lead vocalist for the two bands Slipknot and Stone Sour.

2. I’m Not a Vampire (2011/ 2021)

 

Falling in Reverse originally released ‘I’m Not a Vampire’ in 2011. It was the third single from their debut album, ‘The Drug in Me Is You.’ When the song was originally released, it did not chart. However, they rereleased the song in 2021 as ‘I’m Not a Vampire (Revamped).’ On its rerelease, it peaked at number three on the Hard Rock chart in the United States.

1. Popular Monster (2019)

 

According to Discotech, the best Falling in Reverse song is Popular Monster. It is Falling in Reverse’s most commercially successful song, as it peaked at number one on the US Hard Rock and Mainstream Rock charts. The song was the fourth single released by the band that is not from an album. Ronnie Radke co-wrote the single with Cody Quistad and Tyler Smith. It is about Ronnie Radke exploring his demons and becoming a werewolf.

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