9. 'Right Where It Belongs' (TIE)
In many ways, 2005's With Teeth marked the first comeback album for Nine Inch Nails. The band's fourth studio record came six years after The Fragile and followed a period of intense alcohol and substance abuse struggles for Reznor. "This record is probably more honest than anything I've done," he told Rolling Stone at the time. The typically melancholy offering was bookended by the plaintive plea of "All the Love in the World" and "Right Where It Belongs," a quintessential keyboard-aided Reznor meditation. "What if everything around you isn't quite as it seems?" he ponders in it.