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The Brave - All Together Now

 

Immense opening track from the mega 'Battle Cries' Disc

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I just saw the Bon Jovi video on CMT "who says you cant' go home" with the singer from Sugarland now it is stuck in my head

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'Tremble' - Cauterize

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Seasons of Love---from Rent-----can not get this one out of the old brain!!!

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The Brave - All Together Now

 

Immense opening track from the mega 'Battle Cries' Disc

 

Top choice that man.

 

For me it's:-

 

KHYMERA - Tomorrow Never Comes

 

What a killer tune this is....

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2 for me today:

 

Iggy Pop - Winners & Losers

 

Not a major Iggy fan at all, but this was a major rocking highlight from the excellent Blah Blah Blah album

 

Khymera - Looking For You

 

Ace tune and my fave from the album, although I still prefer the Don Barnes version from his unreleased album!!!

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Still I'm Sad & Man On The Silver Mountain from the Dio Tribute album :tumbsup:

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ROX DIAMOND Joann

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I'm not sure of the rules of this thread, but I'm going to change my song of the day - as have just got home to my bloody noisy neighbours making a load of noise again. My current song of the day (up loud, & on repeat) is:-

 

DEICIDE - Satan Spawn the Caco-Daemon

 

Suck on that you bastards. :angryfire:

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The Michael Schenker Group - On And On

 

 

One of my all time fave MSG tracks

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WASTELAND- 10 Years

 

Awesome nu-metal....

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I'm not sure of the rules of this thread, but I'm going to change my song of the day - as have just got home to my bloody noisy neighbours making a load of noise again.  My current song of the day (up loud, & on repeat) is:-

 

DEICIDE - Satan Spawn the Caco-Daemon

 

Suck on that you bastards.  :angryfire:

basically it is songs that get stuck in your head and you can't get rid of it or a song that you heard and had to hear again and again.

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I've had 'Bang bang' in my head since listening to the live D2 disc...

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I'm not sure of the rules of this thread, but I'm going to change my song of the day - as have just got home to my bloody noisy neighbours making a load of noise again.  My current song of the day (up loud, & on repeat) is:-

 

DEICIDE - Satan Spawn the Caco-Daemon

 

Suck on that you bastards.  :angryfire:

basically it is songs that get stuck in your head and you can't get rid of it or a song that you heard and had to hear again and again.

 

Why do DEICIDE not count then? If I listen to them then THEY COUNT. It's a very catchy tune, trust me. :blink:

 

This weekend I haven't been able to stop playing:-

 

BAD HABIT - The Air That I Breathe

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'Bliss (I don't wanna know)' - Hinder ... and also a bit of 'Far away' - Nickelback because it sounds similar. Love both songs...

 

And 'Run and hide' by Harem Scarem keeps creeping into my head from time to time, even though I haven't heard 'Higher' for ages now...

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all night long---rainbow

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I Can't Help Myself - Bad Habit

 

 

Love most of the tracks on 'Hear-Say' but this really stands out!!

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I have Door To Door by Firehouse stuck in my head today. Ever since this morning on the way to work. Awesome song

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'It's a little too late' by Blanc Faces.

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HAYWIRE "Dance Desire"

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