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Shinobi BMG, courtesy of Sega and System 16 power extraordinaire....

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Deadmau5 - The Veldt (feat. Chris James)

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Bonnie Tyler - Total Eclipse of the Heart

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Mika - Origins Of love

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Steely Dan - Reelin' In The Years

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^ That song never made sense to me.

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^ I think you have to be stoned to understand it. :laugh:

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Marillion - Power

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Tremonti - All I Was

I think it is better than his 2 bands Creed and Alter Bridge. More radio friendly at times, heavier at others.

Great vocal melodies and some nice riffs.

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Cressida - Onyric (Stoneface & Terminal Remix)

Stoneface & Terminal - Gallery Of Sound (Club Mix)

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Seth Macfarlane - Music is better then Words

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Liquid Stranger - Shake my Ass

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At Dawn we Rage - Away

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Steely Dan - Reelin' In The Years

Excellent number, one of the best Steely Dan ever did, kinda on a par with "Ricky Don't Loose That Number"!

It is thought that the meaning behind "Reelin' In The Years," is that he's talking to a former girlfriend who has unwisely chosen someone else.

Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page has reportedly said that Elliott Randall's guitar solo on "Reelin' In the Years" is his favorite solo of all time. That solo was also ranked the 40th best guitar solo of all time by the readers of Guitar World magazine.

Rikki Ducornet was the apparent inspiration for "Ricky Don't Loose That Number" due to a friendship Donald Fagen had with her while attending Bard College. Ducornet was pregnant and married at the time, but recalls that Fagen did give her his phone number at a college party while attending Bard and said that she believed she was the subject of the song.

....and I'm listening to "Arcade Fire" Track one: The Suburbs

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Time has told me / You're a rare rare find / A troubled cure for a troubled mind....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cdT9uzfTRM0

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