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A very popular song title and subject matter across all genres. These four have only scratched the surface.

 

 

 

 

 

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From those Lizzy Bordens is my preferred song.
Love Pop Evil but that's a fairly ordinary song from them.
The first one I think I like the album cover much more than the song :)

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"And then God created the world.

And he said this is good.

And then he created Man.

He said "I fucked up" "

 

 

 

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Because I'm about to leave for the concert

 

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On 2/17/2018 at 6:59 AM, Invisible_man said:

Ratt - Givin' Yourself Away..... co-written by Diane Warren, I'm a little surprised the song hasn't been recycled by another singer?

Point Break!!!

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Couldn't decide between these three today. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Music is difficult to listen with just my phone so why not leave songs i enjoy on repeat. Gets rid of the silence for awhile lol

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As I mentioned in the movies thread I've been watching Blue Mountain State>

This is the theme song

 

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Another great mash up from the same guy responsible for the RATT/Marvin Gaye pearler that  CureTheSane posted.

 

 

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5 hours ago, Darkstone said:

Another great mash up from the same guy responsible for the RATT/Marvin Gaye pearler that  CureTheSane posted.

 

 

Thanks for sharing, that is another well done mash up

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Nice

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A new mash up from the same guy. I love these when done well.

 

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I really dislike this band. Never my cup of tea at all, but I do like this track.

 

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A great track from my favourite Vanden Plas release 'Beyond Daylight'.

 

 

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This album is really good surprisingly. Dark and less dancy that their last

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