Listening to my most recent iTunes purchases that I made tonight, which is heavy on the heavy metal.
A Perfect Circle - "Weak and Powerless"
Amber Brooke - "Confinement"
Dio - "Holy Diver"
Dio - "Rainbow in the Dark"
The Fixx - "Red Skies"
The Fixx - "Stand or Fall"
Ice-T & Slayer - "Disorder"
Iron Maiden - "Run to the Hills"
Judas Priest - "Breaking the Law"
Metallica - "Master of Puppets"
Ministry - "N.W.O."
Santigold - "L.E.S. Artistes"
Savatage - "Sirens"
U2 - "Bullet the Blue Sky"
U2 - "Pride (In the Name of Love)"
I'm on a late 70's early 80's rock kick right now. I just bought the following off of iTunes:
The Logical Song
Give a Little Bit
Take the Long Way Home
Breakfast in America
Everybody Wants You
Lonely Is the Night
My Kinda Lover
In the Dark
I Can't Drive 55
There's Only One Way to Rock
You Love Is Driving Me Crazy
I'll Fall In Love Again
Three Lock Box
Gimme Danger, Iggy & the Stooges. Just changed to Fansong, Dethklok.
That was the title, I hadn't quote-titled the previous post I did either. Bootsy isn't quote-unquote funk, though he is quote-unquote hit-n-miss. :p
Originally Posted by Bel-Cam Jos
The "Spring Awakening" cast album, a collection of singles by Garou, Chris Isaak "Mr. Lucky" and a sampler of songs from the new Pet Shop Boys CD "Yes".
Watchmen soundtrack (currently track 1, My Chemical Romance's cover of "Desolation Row" ), which is kind of like a downloaded playlist, with its wide range of musical genres.
The Best of Meco. Star Wars themes set to a disco beat.:thumbsup:
Broken, Beat & Scarred, followed by Escape, Metallica. I'm just playing all my Metallica at once. 47 songs, 5 hours.
Every so often, I get the urge to pull that one out, too. Not lately, though.
Originally Posted by mtriv73
No Values, Black Flag. Part of my 27 hour metal punk playlist that is all the stuff that isn't on my car's MP3 player.
Last night I listened to AC/DC - Flick of the Switch. That is one of my favorite AC/DC albums.