The title track of the third LP from System of a Down is a fun nod to sports broadcasters Chick Hearn and Stu Lantz. The riff about a game in control is the gimmick, but what's really impressive is how the song manages to get your attention.
Aside from the aforementioned homage to Hearn and Lantz, the aforementioned track also hints at the band's more philosophical leanings with a quote that compares an advertising campaign to the tidbit of a vicous cycle.
About the title track: It is a tad on the short side for a pop song, but there's a reason for that. The opening riff is the bands best-known aural signature, and the track's most notable highlight is the song's ethereal musical direction that is as smooth as butter on the fingers.
The aforementioned track arguably is the runner up for the top spot in our list of the most popular songs by the venerable group. The most important factor in its success, however, is the band's ability to enlighten and delight their fans by making them feel like stars in their own right.