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Godsmack

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Nothing Else Matters (Metallica Cover)

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The_Cat

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Im shining my medal lol


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Halestorm

Song Played:
I Get Off

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MzEssensual

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for Walter.. I do get off.. do you


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Ozzy Osbourne

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Under The Graveyard

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The_Cat

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This is for you Ozzman :(


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Alter Bridge

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Buried Alive

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For all Alter Bridge Guildies


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Texas Hippie Coalition

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Why Aren't You Listening

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Like the song says "Why aren't you listening???"


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Among the most adventuresome bands in rock history, the Talking Heads drew from funk, minimalism, and African and Brazilian music in promulgating a new sound that was both visionary and visceral. They were invariably challenging and inventive, using infectious rhythms as a form of sorcery to introduce their ever-expanding audience to exotic influences from abroad that they might otherwise have never heard. In so doing, they helped pave the way – along with the likes of Peter Gabriel and Brian Eno – for the “world music” phenomenon of the Eighties and beyond. They also created a body of highly original work, crowned by such albums as Fear of Music and Remain in Light, that didn’t so much appropriate its sources as transmute them into something that felt startlingly new and improbably accessible.

The Talking Heads emerged from the same New York scene that produced the Ramones, Blondie, Television and countless other bands. Yet whereas the Ramones were street-level and direct, Talking Heads were arty and abstract. Their influences went beyond rock music to include avant-garde composers like Phillip Glass, painters such as Jasper Johns, postmodern choreographers like Merce Cunningham and Twyla Tharp, and such contemporary poets as Amira Baraka. Nonetheless, they shared a do-it-yourself aesthetic in common with their musical peers on the Lower East Side.

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The vortex swirled. On the floor in front of the band a big circle opened up. People ran and danced around it, faster and faster. One lone man stood in the middle, arms raised, mesmerized by the band on stage in front of him. Music pounded hard and loud as Rise Against played their tales of social injustice to the excited, frenzied crowd. And the vortex continued to grow.

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Rise Against headlined an energetic four-band bill at San Diego’s Cox Arena. The bands, which included Gaslight Anthem, Thrice, and Alkaline Trio, were all punk-inspired. Rise Against took charge of the enthralled audience from the moment Tim McIlrath they got on stage and never let go. Intensity flowed, driving the band from one hard-hitting song to another. Poised in front of a curtain emblazoned with huge block letters that simply stated RISE, the band played to a receptive, mostly younger audience that seemed to know exactly what they were rising against. There was no break in the action until the acoustic “Swing Life Away” had the entire arena on their feet, slowly waving their lit cell phones and singing along. “Hero of War”, a moving, acoustical examination of war from a soldier’s perspective, followed before the band revved the show back up again.

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second lifeCome join in the fun of Second Life with us. Join us at one of the many clubs we DJ at.

Its simple to get in world, just click on the logo, sign up, download a program at this link, and your in world where your imagination is the only limits you have.

Once you are online, Private Message Very Sinister, or Essensual McMahon and we will help you so you don't have that newbie look with some shapes hair and clothes.

DJ Essensual is also on the Littlefield Grid DJing every Thursdayat Sweethearts playing your favorite Love Songs and Rock ballads 1 to 4 PST, Saturday at the Speakeasy 4 to 8 pm PST, Sundays at the Latex Lounge 5 to 8pm PST.

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