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[25 Aug 2009 | 3 Comments | ]
2Pac – Ambition Az A Ridah (album: All Eyez on Me)

‘Ambitionz Az A Ridah’ is the first track of famous and influential rapper 2Pac’s fourth album ‘All Eyez On Me’. Being a part of one of the most influential and gigantic rap studio albums in history, the track does not fail die-hard fans of this West Coast rap artist. The song was produced by ‘Dat Nigga Daz’ and ‘Stacy Smallie’…


Fight Songs, Rock & Alternative »

[7 Aug 2009 | One Comment | ]
Blur – Song 2 (album: Blur)

One of the most charismatic songs from the British pop-rock/ alternative music scene, “Song 2” and its unflinching popularity has seen many strange characteristics. The band stuck with the song name because of the unavailability of a title, and has been kept as the second track on both their eponymous fifth album (where it was released as the second single) as well as a compilation album named “Blur: The Best Of”.


Fight Songs, new age »

[7 Aug 2009 | No Comment | ]
Era – Enae Volare Mezzo (album: Era)

One of the more familiar songs from Eric Levi’s musical project Era from its eponymous debut 1997 album, Enae Volare (Mezzo) has become one of the iconic symbols of the French artist’s venture into the New Age genre. The album was well received by critics as a healthy departure for the French hard rock musician.


Electronic & Techno, Fight Songs »

[7 Aug 2009 | 2 Comments | ]
The Prodigy – Breathe (album: The Fat of the Land)

Breathe is the second single off the album ‘The Fat of the Land’ from the eclectic English electronic music-group, The Prodigy. Released on 11th November 1996, it became one of the most popular and highest-charting single for the group, charting at #1 on UK Charts. The music video, as enigmatic as the group itself, featured the band members and animals such as crocodiles, rats, crickets and…