Deadmau5 Songs Ranked

Joel Thomas Zimmerman (born January 5, 1981), known professionally as Deadmau5 is a Canadian electronic music producer, DJ, and musician. He mainly produces progressive house music, though he also produces and DJs other genres of electronic music, including techno under the alias Testpilot. Zimmerman has received six Grammy Award nominations for his work. He has worked with other DJs and producers, such as Rob Swire, Wolfgang Gartner, Sofia Toufa, and Kaskade. He has also collaborated with Steve Duda under the group name BSOD (Better Sounding On Drugs), and was part of the group named WTF? with Duda, Tommy Lee, and DJ Aero. In 2007, he founded his own record label, Mau5trap. Deadmau5 is currently one of the highest-paid electronic music producers in the world and is a masked music artist similar to Marshmello and Daft Punk. His works have been included in compilation albums such as Tiësto’s In Search of Sunrise 6: Ibiza and presented on Armin van Buuren’s A State of Trance radio show. Here are all of Deadmau5’s songs ranked.

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20. HR 8938 Cephei (Where’s the Drop?, 2018)

“Great song. His best non album single by far! I don’t know about you guys but I always get this image in my head of something on fire or something burning when I listen to it. I have no words. I can’t describe it. All I can say is that its great!”

19. Drop the Poptart (Collide, 2015)

“After Strobe, I thought deadmau5 could never blow me away like that again. I had never herd anything that wasn’t from his studio albums, but when I listened to this, it put me in a trance! I was blown away once again. Had it been on While 1<2, it would have been his most famous album and Drop the Poptart would have been the next Strobe.”

18. Cthulhu Sleeps (4×4=12, 2010)

“The most epic track ever. It is like a movie- long, and iconic. However there are so many good deadmau5 tracks/songs that you can’t really form a single list.”

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17. Alone with You (Random Album Title, 2008)

“I love this so much! This is the reason why I listen to Deadmau5! I have heard most of his stuff and its all amazing but none of it has come close to this. It just has these beautiful melodies that run through it, and it feels like isolation, but in a good way. Its just so satisfying. Its something to listen to when you feel stressed like after a hard day at school, and when you here it, you just feel isolated from all your troubles. My favorite from R.A.T..”

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16. FML (For Lack of a Better Name, 2009)

“While Strobe, Ghosts ‘n’ Stuff, and I Remember deserve their places, this needs to have Raise Your Weapon or Aural Psynapse’s position on the list. There is no deadmau5 song that’s more energetic and aggressive than FML. For newer mau5 fans, give this a listen and let’s bring it to the top.”

15. Channel 42 (Channel 42, 2013)

“This song is diff then deadmau5’s other songs… It’s got the tune correct and what makes it diff is that it ain’t an epic like others so deadmau5 has compressed all awesomeness 4.52 mins”

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14. Moar Ghosts ‘n’ Stuff (For Lack of a Better Name, 2009)

“This song is just amazing. It does deserve to be higher on this list definitely, and I think this is a better version of Ghosts ‘n’ Stuff because it is more energetic and bouncy if you know what I mean.”

13. Arguru (Random Album Title, 2008)

“His best original piece! Its different than his other songs as it is has this trance feel and it sets a great mood to the song, as if you falling into an inevitable black hole. It’s under looked but you’ll not regret listening to this.”

12. There Might Be Coffee (> album title goes here <, 2012)

“I was just scrolling through deamau5’s songs, saw his new album, saw this song and said “That’s a peculiar name”. I listened to the song and it was love at first sight. I may be biased for my absolute love of violins. The beat is nice, very deadmau5esque. There is also the constant drumming of the bass line. The harmony makes me feel like I’m underwater.”

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11. Right This Second (4×4=12, 2010)

“The most underrated song of deadmau5. You may not like it when you hear it first time, but give it a couple more chances and this will be the best song of deadmau5. The buildup is so cool and when it breaks, its completely pushes you off the edge.”

10. Professional Griefers (> album title goes here <, 2012)

“There aren’t many house songs where I can say that the vocals make the song better. I think most EDM fans can agree that they usually prefer the instrumental version. Even when I saw this song with the vocals I started to doubt that it would be good. But I don’t regret listening to it. I encourage anyone to give this song a try, because the vocals made the song AMAZING. Really cool.”

9. Bleed (While(1<2), 2014)

“I think this just surpassed Strobe as my favorite Deadmau5 song. It is difficult for me to explain the feeling that this song gives me, but I will try. I find it insane that a song with no lyrics can even make you feel this way. Bleed is one of those songs that makes you depressingly stare off into space and reevaluate your entire life. This song becomes even more emotional when you learn that it was created in memory of a fan of Deadmau5’s who died in a car crash on the way to one of his shows. If I could describe this song in one word, it would be loss. This song is grieving, mourning, and missing someone, made into audio form. At least that’s what it feels like for me.”

Album Review: deadmau5 - while(1<2) | Consequence of Sound

8. Faxing Berlin (Random Album Title, 2008)

“Faxing Berlin – it is timeless classic that made deadmau5 popular even more. It has that classic deadmau5 feel to it, amazing progression, great cowbell and with piano intro its even better. I highly recommend this song even if you don’t like deadmau5. Its really worth to listen to. “

7. Some Chords (4×4=12, 2010)

“The chords are really quite simple, but it compounds on itself into really cool awesomeness. Honestly, that’s just about the best way I can describe this song. Every segment of this song, from beginning to end, is gold. Easily the best song on the album along with Animal rights.”

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6. The Veldt (> album title goes here <, 2012)

“Incredibly emotional and feelgood/tragic duality vibe. Great lyrics by Chris James and really just an amazing track. Remember to listen to the whole 11 minute original mix which includes African drums. Fantastic.”

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5. Aural Psynapse (5 Years of Mau5, 2014)

“This song is his later masterpieces and definitely his best. Being completely honest I think he may have outdone strobe with this one… The melody, the build up, the gradual progression throughout the song. This song is amazing.”

4. Raise Your Weapon (4×4=12, 2010)

“The whole song is set out perfectly, the slow piano at the start paired with the unbelievably amazing vocals of Greta Svabo Bech draw you in to hear more, then out of NOWHERE the drop hits you. A very unique and crazy idea but ended up being an absolute masterpiece”

3. I Remember (Strobelite Seduction, 2008)

“No matter how young or old you are, some way, some how, in some shape or form, this song will connect and stay with you for the rest of your life. You may find yourself moving along to its catchy sound or even find yourself thinking of a memory that you will never forget. From its structure, chords, timeless lyrics and vocals, beat, everything about this song is just perfect. This is a 10 minute timeless masterpiece of the 21st century, that stay with ALL MUSIC until the end of time. This is definitely one of Deadmau5’s best.”

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2. Ghosts N Stuff (It Sounds Like, 2009)

“There are just so many good things about this song. Rob Swire’s voice is positively magical, the beat can be construed as either happy or enigmatic, and the organ is just the most epic use of a more classical instrument I have ever heard. This song featured in the middle of his ’09 ’10 New Years Mix, and it got 10 minutes while most other songs got around 3 or 4. Simply one of the best electronic songs I have ever heard.”

1. Strobe (For Lack of a Better Name, 2009)

“Starting with noises of early morning rises to an afternoon. Then you can feel the incoming of the late night and then you know when the times right, you let everything go. This night is unforgettable, beautiful melody of music, progressive sound. And when its over, you feel a freezing midnight with wind which make noises that makes you cold. Risky, beautiful art.”