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[25 Aug 2009 | 2 Comments | ]
Fort Minor – Remember The Name (album: The Rising Tied)

Remember the Name is the second track and the first single of hip-hop group Fort Minor’s debut album – The Rising Tied. Released in 2005, this 3 minutes and 49 seconds long track has become universally popular, especially, among sports teams and groups as a possible anthem. The song’s lyrics deals with the toil and hard work required to make it big in the entertainment (read music) industry.


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[25 Aug 2009 | One Comment | ]
Linkin Park – Papercut (album: Hybrid Theory)

Papercut is the first track and the third single from alternative rock band Linkin Park’s debut album ‘Hybrid Theory’ in 2001. One of the low-charting singles from the album, the song was nevertheless a hit, especially after the release of its enigmatic music video. It remained in the UK Singles Chart for 6 consecutive weeks, as well charting at #32 on Billboard Modern Rock Charts.


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[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”.