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  • Interesting instrument with a cool sound. I love Pink Floyd and "Shine on You Crazy Diamond" as a song is easily a 10/10.

    Chicago - "Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?"

  • Chicago reminds me of a better time when life wasn't so chaotic and complicated like these modern times we live in. a Solid 8.5/10

    Here's one for the metal heads. Brazil's power metal pride, Angra - Carry on.

  • 8/10

    John Mayer - Gravity
    The gravity starts at 1:40

  • Not that many guitarists play with this level of passion. Heavenly performance! Blows the studio version out of the water!
    Need I say more? 10/10 !

    Van Morrison - "Into the Mystic"

  • 10/10

    keeping up the Van Morrison but this time with The Band.

    The Band - 4% Pantomime (Alternative Cut)

  • 7/10

    Because this went viral recently.

    Fleetwood Mac - "Dreams"

  • 7/10

    Power Metal time
    Galneryus - Destiny (Live)

  • Not my genre but 10/10 purely for talent and skill. Damn they got skill.

    Woodkid- The Golden Age (Live)

  • 10/10 - Damn! He's really good live! Beautiful orchestration too!

    The Doobie Brothers - "Listen to the Music"

  • That's pretty cool! Another song to my liked playlists. 9.25/10.

    Sergio Mendes and Brasil '66 - Lost in Paradise

  • Very nice to listen to. Not necessarily playlist material for me, but didn't feel like skipping at any point. Interesting choice of using dissonance in the vocal melody (hear 1:01). Dissonance can sound really cool if applied in the right places, and this song is a clear example of that.

    Goo Goo Dolls - "Sympathy"

    (I just can't get enough of John Rzeznik's voice.)

  • 3/10


    William Shatner - 'Rocket Man' (1978)

  • 5/10 - Funny, but I prefer singing instead of talking.

    Now for a song that was released this year, but still sounds like it was recorded in the late 90s:

    beabadoobee - "Care"

    (P.S. I now see I forgot to give a specific rating for PFC Ortiz' song. I was going to give it 7/10 btw.)

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    In honour of Remembrance Day
    Pink Floyd: The Wall - When The Tigers Broke Free

  • 8/10 (Good movie too!)

    AC/DC - "Shot in the Dark"

    A track from their 18th studio album which will be released today. It's titled Power Up.

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    9/10 They always get your foot tapping at least

    Cold Chisel - "Khe Sanh"

    I don't know man, just makes me smile.

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    The Band - I Shall Be Released

  • 7/10 - Beautiful vocals, though nowhere near as catchy as "The Weight".

    Prince - "I Could Never Take the Place of Your Man"

    [A small correction from my previous post: "Power Up" is AC/DC's 17th, not 18th studio album.]

  • 6/10

    Silversun Pickups - Lazy Eye (Live on KEXP)

  • 7.5/10

    Cigarettes After Sex - K (Live on KEXP)

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    Gerry and the Pacemakers - Ferry Cross the Mersey

  • 8/10

    I was only 19 - John Schumann

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    Eagles - "Visions"

    This is the only Eagles track to feature guitarist Don Felder on lead vocals.

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    7/10 Is like an Eagles and Elton John hybrid.

    This is such a strange music video though XD

  • 9/10 love the 80's vibes, a classic


  • 0/10 - Tsk tsk - a platoon clerk who doesn't follow the correct format?

    Esben and the Witch - "Eumenides" (Live in Brighton, 2011)

  • 5/10 - Too "avant-garde" for my taste.

    AC/DC - "Shoot to Thrill"

    My favorite song by them.

  • 10/10 - That song slaps man. Never get old.

    Green Day - 21 Guns

    Song that got me into Green Day.

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    8/10 - Gets me back to my younger days.
    That brings me to this:

    Billie Joe Armstrong & Norah Jones - Long Time Gone

  • 8/10 - The Green Day singer's voice fits surprisingly well for this kind of music. A pleasant surprise!

    Because it's now December:

    Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers - "Christmas All Over Again"

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