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[5 Sep 2009 | One Comment | ]
Eminem – Mosh (album: Encore)

One of the most controversial songs yet from American rapper Eminem, Mosh was a song released as a protest song in 2004, barely before the US presidential elections were to take place that year. Apart from achieving commercial success, the song and the video (which encouraged young voters to eject George W. Bush from office) became a huge hit among fans.

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[5 Sep 2009 | One Comment | ]
P.O.D. – Mistakes & Glories (album: Testify)

Mistakes and Glories is the eighth track of the successful P.O.D. album Testify, released in 2005. Although never released as a single, the song was probably one of the most hyped tracks from the alternative metal band P.O.D, and received a fair share of limelight. Although the album had hit singles such as Goodbye For Now and Lights Out, Mistakes and Glories was…

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[5 Sep 2009 | One Comment | ]
Black Stone Cherry – Lonely Train (album: Black Stone Cherry)

Lonely Train is the debut single from hard rock band Black Stone Cherry’s eponymous album, released in 2006. It was also the debut album for the band from Kentucky. The song catapulted the yet-to-be-known band into commercial limelight, with a peak at #14 on the US Billboard Mainstream Rock Charts. The lyrical content deals with the issues of war and…

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[5 Sep 2009 | No Comment | ]
Trick Daddy – Let’s Go (album: Thug Matrimony: Married to The Streets)

The lead single of American hip-hop artist Trick Daddy off his sixth studio album named ‘Thug Matrimony: Married to The Streets’, Let’s Go is one of the more popular songs off the artist’s inventory. The song features two other rappers, Lil Jon and Twista, with the former of the two and Jim Jonsin producing the same. The track samples Ozzy Osbourne’s famous song…

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[5 Sep 2009 | 5 Comments | ]
John Lennon – Imagine (album: Imagine)

Reputed as one of the most influential and popular songs of English musician and former Beatles member John Lennon, Imagine was released as a single in 1971. The song was immensely successful, charting at #3 on Billboard Hot 100. With lyrical content inspired by the singer’s Japanese wife Yoko Ono’s poetry, the song is one of the triplet of solo tracks by Lennon.

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[5 Sep 2009 | One Comment | ]
Nas f. Puff Daddy – Hate Me Now (album: I Am…)

Hate Me now is possibly one of the most notorious song from rap artist Nas, from his album I Am…, released in 1999. The song was a hit both in US and European charts, charting as high as #62 on the Billboard Hot 100. However, the song, especially, its music video, whipped up a storm of controversy due to its depiction of Nas and later Puff Daddy as being crucified (as Jesus).

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[5 Sep 2009 | 3 Comments | ]
Ennio Morriconne – Ecstasy of Gold (album: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly)

‘Ecstasy of Gold’ is one of the most memorable compositions from legendary film composer Ennio Morricone, which was a part of an even more famous project – the soundtrack for Sergio Leone’s cult classic Western epic, ‘The Good, The Bad and The Ugly’. The track is played in the segment of the film where Tuco (The Ugly) is searching for the gold chests in the graveyard.

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[4 Sep 2009 | 3 Comments | ]
Second Coming – Drop Dead Fred (album: 13)

‘Drop Dead Fred’ is the fourth track of the rock band Second Coming from their third studio album, named ‘13’. Although never released as a single, the song became quite popular in the underground fan circuit as well as a fan favourite during the live stage sets. It was released with the album in 1998 with the help of their record label (Capitol Records|Capitol, at the time).

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[4 Sep 2009 | 2 Comments | ]
Frank Klepacki – Brain Dead (album: Awakening of Aggression)

Brain Dead is the seventh track off the solo music project ‘Awakening of Aggression’ from music composer and sound direction artist, Frank Klepacki. It is typical of other Frank Klepacki songs and reflects his work (the ones he is famous for) in the video game music industry. Released along with the album in 2006, the song features a heavier feel than his video game music scores.

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[4 Sep 2009 | 2 Comments | ]
Black Label Society – Blacked Out World (album: Shot to Hell)

Blaked Out World is the third track from heavy metal band Black Label Society from their seventh studio album Shot To Hell, released in 2006. The song is 3 minutes and 16 seconds long, featuring a sound common to most Black Label Society songs. It features a guitar intro for about a minute into the song and then breaks into a chorus of drums and bass lines.

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