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Found a copy of Bleach and Nevermind by Nirvana for 6 bucks a piece this afternoon.
:D :D :D

One of my favorite songs from Nevermind
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Who says that history and science can't be fun?

Slayer - "Unit 731"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-pKPLKsiBhw
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Radio Blue Heart wrote:Prepare for battle!

The Battle of Balaclava - 25 October 1854
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ADBo0s4CbvM
"We get so near, yet so far away."

The Battle of Waterloo - 18 June 1815
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pBhAUtMUF2M
"Of all the wars I have waged to propel my nations might..."

The Battle of Wizna - 7 September-10 September 1939
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AoQj8GGHNxU
"Fight back! Hold your ground!"

Prepare for battle... Again!

Battle of Berlin - 16 April 1945 – 2 May 1945
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0_a4WgIctWQ

Battle of Châlons - 20 June 451 AD
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yh8_KZwfC_g

Battle of Lake Peipus - 5 April 1242 AD
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K61WmUys0t4

Battle of Kadesh - 1274 BC
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IwcRXbVC4k8
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"Phantasm"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_5zzRV3v-Qw

"Phantasm II"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1LrsLvHMGAA

Reggie Banister - "Have You Seen It? (The Theme From "Phantasm: OblIVion)"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RolOQN_4qKY
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Something that I don't usually post:
I love the bells here
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dvgZkm1xWPE&ob=av3n

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I love that song. It's my vote for the best big radio song of the '00s.
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Tiggy wrote:Very good song for those who like aucoustic.

(probably not many. XP)
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When I have insomnia, I listen to this and it helps lull me to sleep. Or I just chill out to it.

Gary Wright - "Dream Weaver"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jPWNsGFXCZk

This song was a hit when it came out, but it was given second winds by the movies "Wayne's World" and "Toy Story 3".
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hey i just fond a really good song, here's the link

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Radio Blue Heart wrote:When I have insomnia, I listen to this and it helps lull me to sleep. Or I just chill out to it.

Gary Wright - "Dream Weaver"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jPWNsGFXCZk

This song was a hit when it came out, but it was given second winds by the movies "Wayne's World" and "Toy Story 3".
Ha! I do listen to the same song to help me sleep. I love it anytime of day, though.
Seth wrote: Are we posting songs about zombies!!!???!?!?!
Because this is the greatest zombie inspired song of all time
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I find that alot of people that aren't that into punk still like the misfits. Probably has something to do with the fact that Glen Dnazig has an incredible voice.

The Gorillaz: M1A1

this isn't about zombies but it does sample the opening of day of the dead which is pretty awesome. Plus it's an excuse to post a gorillaz song I really dig.
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Seth wrote:
Are we posting songs about zombies!!!???!?!?!
Because this is the greatest zombie inspired song of all time
I love the Misfits!

Here is the same song I posted above, but this time it is covered by GWAR!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OGj77FVXNGY

Six Feet Under - "The Day The Dead Walked"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DxctsW0APIY

Mortician - "Zombie Apocalypse"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eiOJ2P_jvnU


We might as well post songs about zombies, I did set a bit of a precedent with all those werewolf songs. Monsters and heavy metal just go great together!
Can't say I cared for the 6 feet under or mortician links, they just sound like Cannibal Corpse with worse vocals.
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Seth wrote:I find that alot of people that aren't that into punk still like the misfits. Probably has something to do with the fact that Glen Dnazig has an incredible voice.

The Gorillaz: M1A1

this isn't about zombies but it does sample the opening of day of the dead which is pretty awesome. Plus it's an excuse to post a gorillaz song I really dig.


Can't say I cared for the 6 feet under or mortician links, they just sound like Cannibal Corpse with worse vocals.

Chris Barnes from Six Feet Under used to be the lead singer of Cannibal Corpse.

Other than the "Day of the Dead" was an awesome movie! On top of that M1A1 is the alphanumerical designation for a number of good zombie eradicating weapons.

This is a song from a less conventional zombie movie. The film is "Demons/Dèmoni" and the zombies in it are like the creatures in "28 Days Later" if they had fangs, claws and were smart enough to use simple weapons.

Accept - "Fast as a Shark"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GkiuJg5HhtM

The scene in question is possibly the most METAL thing that I have ever seen committed to film. The hero of the film rescues the heroine and then proceeds to ride through on a Kawasaki motorcycle, wielding a samurai sword, killing the monsters to this song!!!

Here is the clip in question. Fair warning, in does contain violence and gore!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2KDROqJSOfw
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Radio Blue Heart wrote:
Seth wrote:I find that alot of people that aren't that into punk still like the misfits. Probably has something to do with the fact that Glen Dnazig has an incredible voice.

The Gorillaz: M1A1

this isn't about zombies but it does sample the opening of day of the dead which is pretty awesome. Plus it's an excuse to post a gorillaz song I really dig.


Can't say I cared for the 6 feet under or mortician links, they just sound like Cannibal Corpse with worse vocals.

Chris Barnes from Six Feet Under used to be the lead singer of Cannibal Corpse.

Other than the "Day of the Dead" was an awesome movie! On top of that M1A1 is the alphanumerical designation for a number of good zombie eradicating weapons.

This is a song from a less conventional zombie movie. The film is "Demons/Dèmoni" and the zombies in it are like the creatures in "28 Days Later" if they had fangs, claws and were smart enough to use simple weapons.

Accept - "Fast as a Shark"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GkiuJg5HhtM

The scene in question is possibly the most METAL thing that I have ever seen committed to film. The hero of the film rescues the heroine and then proceeds to ride through on a Kawasaki motorcycle, wielding a samurai sword, killing the monsters to this song!!!

Here is the clip in question. Fair warning, in does contain violence and gore!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2KDROqJSOfw
I didn't know Chris Barnes was in Six feet under. Personally I prefer George Fisher's vocals but some of their stuff with Barnes was great.
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That song was obnoxious and somewhat corny.

I like it!
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Can't go wrong there. I grew up with Smashing Pumpkins and still love them.

I listen to this when I am in a brooding mood.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=59g5R8rwqpY

"Is it bright where you are?
Have the people changed?
Does it make you happy you're so strange?
And in your darkest hour,
I hold secrets flame.
We can watch the world devoured in it's pain."
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Radio Blue Heart wrote:
Can't go wrong there. I grew up with Smashing Pumpkins and still love them.

I listen to this when I am in a brooding mood.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=59g5R8rwqpY

"Is it bright where you are?
Have the people changed?
Does it make you happy you're so strange?
And in your darkest hour,
I hold secrets flame.
We can watch the world devoured in it's pain."
Love that song :D
but this is the best newer pumpkins song.

Just ordered this album for a little bit under 10 bucks off amazon. 8-) can't wait to get it.
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Not really a fan of The Smashing pumpkins, but I like cherub Rock and a couple of their older songs.

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Seth wrote:Found a copy of Bleach and Nevermind by Nirvana for 6 bucks a piece this afternoon.
:D :D :D

One of my favorite songs from Nevermind
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Kitela wrote:Not really a fan of The Smashing pumpkins, but I like cherub Rock and a couple of their older songs.
Cherub rock is really good, that whole album is really growing on me the more I listen to it.
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Seth wrote:Found a copy of Bleach and Nevermind by Nirvana for 6 bucks a piece this afternoon.
:D :D :D

One of my favorite songs from Nevermind
You're going to be proud of this. I just found "In Utero" new for $5.
Awesome!
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0fJXz9ZTFOw

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And so is everyone in our funlovin' tribe!
C'mon, is that real so much to ask
from all these $#%#%@ nazi-fuedals!
I'm gonna take it to community!
Cause I want everyone to see!
There never was any conspiracy
And we are all here simple to sing!"
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GDA708XlFIo
one of the few country songs I like
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This probably the most misheard song in history.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OlBifX0H3yg

Its "Revved up like a Deuce"! "Deuce"!

Also, since I have been watching a bunch on giant monster movies, this song needs to be posted.

Blue Öyster Cult - "Godzilla"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k6rDWqjnW7w
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Radio Blue Heart wrote:This probably the most misheard song in history.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OlBifX0H3yg

Its "Revved up like a Deuce"! "Deuce"!

Also, since I have been watching a bunch on giant monster movies, this song needs to be posted.

Blue Öyster Cult - "Godzilla"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k6rDWqjnW7w
I had no idea the blue oyster cult did that song.
definitely a classic :lol:
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