Aidin Vaziri of the SF Chronicle is the best music writer this side of Jack Briggs He makes bands I don't even like seem interesting. Here are his top 10 with his comments. I don't know most but I want to now! -- "Move Your Feet": Junior Senior Disco + garage rock + digital squirrels = best song EVER. "Rock Your Body," Justin Timberlake: Just like Michael Jackson. When he still wore sparkly socks. "I Believe in a Thing Called Love," the Darkness: Spandex? Good. Air guitar? Good. Pyrotechnics? Good. What's not to like? "Dangerously in Love," Beyonce, featuring Jay-Z: Most of it is on loan from the Chi-Lites, but it still sounds like a wet dream. "Clocks," Coldplay: Before Chris met Gwyneth, heart still dangling from sleeve. "Danger! High Voltage," Electric Six: Imagine AC/DC covering the Bee Gees, in a tub filled with Jell-O. "Hardest Button to Button," The White Stripes: Like getting punched in the head seven times by Jack White. "So Alive," Ryan Adams: The most ridiculous homage to U2 since the Alarm. "Pass That Dutch," Missy Elliott: More hair-raising hip-hop lunacy. Which is always appreciated. "Maps," Yeah Yeah Yeahs: Shouty young Brooklynites caught in a rare pretension-free moment.