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Playlist of Career Soldiers (band)

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    Career Soldiers - 2004 - 2007 - Discography

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    Career Soldiers! Back when I was in high-school I used rock out with the only two albums from them I got. Admittedly once I heard this band I loved every second and minute from them. Fast, aggressive, catchy, hardcore, street punx punk rock similar to The Unseen and A Global Threat. When I found out they broke up I was devastated. Career Soldiers was a street punk band that formed in San Diego, California in 2002. In 2008 The band broke-up due to band member lived farther then the other band members and it was expensive to fly him out during every show. Enjoy the discography includes Finding Freedom in Hopelessness - 2004, ADD Records
    Loss of Words - 2007, Punk Core Records

    Career Soldiers ‎– Finding Freedom In Hopelessness - 2004
    Format: CD
    Released: 2004
    Tracklist
    1 Finding Freedom In Hopelessness
    2 Dead End Youth
    3 Live My Life Resisting
    4 Passion For Destruction
    5 Consume
    6 This Is Our Scene
    7 The Suburbs Are Coming Down
    8 I Don't Need It
    9 Conformity
    10 Don't Play Your Role
    11 Fuck 5-0
    12 American Justice Is All A Lie
    13 Together We Shout

    Career Soldiers ‎– Loss Of Words - 2007
    Format: CD, Album
    Released: 2007
    Tracklist
    1 This Generation
    2 Won't Waste My Life
    3 Loss Of Words
    4 Broken Record
    5 Dropping Out
    6 No Regrets
    7 Long Live The Underground
    8 Day To Day War
    9 Never Believe
    10 We'll All Be Cured
    11 Fuck The World
    12 From The Heart

    Members:
    Jake - Lead vocals
    Ricky - Guitar, Vocals
    Ryan - Bass, vocals
    Tay - Drums

    (c) Career Soldiers (RIP)

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    Career Soldiers-This Generation

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    Off the album Loss of Words
    One of my favorite Street Punk albums and bands.

    ::Disclaimer::
    I do not own the rights to this song. The rights of this song belong to the Career Soldiers and Punkcore Records

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    Career Soldiers - Passion For Destruction

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    Everywhere I go, I see nothing as positive
    This is my life this is how I live
    All I see is negativity
    The entire world trying to enslave me
    What do I do with such anger and rage?
    I feel like an animal trapped inside a cage
    That won't let me out, I can't liberate myself
    From this horrible world, please let me out

    Passion for destruction
    There's a difference between existing and being alive
    Passion for destruction
    Let's create something new and take back our lives

    I can't stop sinking I'm at an all time low
    My depression and rage it's beginning to show
    Once your in hell, and finally start to see what's real
    You'll start to understand how we feel
    I have no more faith in the human race
    Everywhere around me is eternal waste
    I see the world corrupting in front of my eyes
    Keep it going like this, and everybody dies

    No gods, no masters
    Take our lives back from the fucking bastards
    No slavery and poverty that makes us die faster

    Enjoy.

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    Career Soldiers - The Suburbs are Coming Down

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    American Street punk band
    Dedicated to FfRr€€€NnnKkKyyYy

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    DOUGE Prestans_KÓB LA FÉT

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    DOUGE Prestans,it's a young male rapper. He made the beginning of his career with his band, 45 Soldiers. Now, we are working together in Oneway Mizik, he got many tracks in our studio ready to drop. Keep in touch with Oneway on IG and Twitter @owmizik and FB: Oneway for the upcoming projects.

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    career soldiers-from the heart

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    form the heart at long beach the vault 6/28/08

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    CAREER SOLDIERS - TOGETHER WE SHOUT

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    LAST LA SHOW w/Homesick Abortions, Sayaka, & onewordsolution

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    Eminem - Like Toy Soldiers

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    Music video by Eminem performing Like Toy Soldiers. YouTube view counts pre-VEVO: 2,799,494.
    #VEVOCertified on Nov. 26, 2012.

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    (C) 2004 Aftermath Entertainment/Interscope Records

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    Career Soldiers - Wont Waste My Life

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    Career Soldiers performing Won't Waste My Life at The Echo for Hellcat Night w/Monster Squad. -Jonny Homesick

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    Col. John R. Bourgeois - The U.S. Marine Band: A Witness To History

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    Colonel Bourgeois’ career with the United States Marine Band spanned nine presidential administrations, from Eisenhower to Clinton; he became its director during the Carter administration. Because the Marine Band has engaged in diplomatic missions around the world, Bourgeois and its other members are unique witnesses to history. In this video, Col. Bourgeois shares some of these stories.

    Read the blog:

    Find the Bourgeois Editions here:

    Created by J.W. Pepper & Son, Inc.
    Produced by David Giardiniere, Mark Patterson & Ron Allen
    Filmed by Rocco Richardson, Tim Sugrue & Frank Guardino
    Additional footage provided by: United States Marine Band Archives
    Edited by Rocco Richardson
    Interviewer: Ron Allen
    Featuring: Col. John R. Bourgeois
    Music in video:
    Semper Fidelis:

    Slavic Farewell:
    Alexandrov Ensemble: Moscow Nights
    Richard Wagner: Tristan und Isolde, Prelude to Act III

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    Unlearned - Sold Out Soldiers / Pestilence From The West - ‎2008-2010 - Discography

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    d-beatviolence / crustcore / Powerviolence / Hardcore / Grindcore / band from Kaiserslautern, Germany when I first heard them instantly reminds me of sounding of Kent Brockman (Powerviolence / D-beat crustcore) Unlearned rip love they way they play and how the vocals sound! killer stuff.

    Chris - Guitar
    Moe - Bass
    Moshfred - Drums/Vocals

    Unlearned ‎– Sold Out Soldiers
    Label: Rotten Roll Rex ‎– RRR 010
    Format: CD, EP
    Country: Germany
    Released: 2008
    Tracklist:
    1 Straight Ahead
    2 Forced Opinion
    3 Sold Out Soldiers
    4 Homogenous
    5 Barcoded Faces
    6 Dispoetic
    7 Math-Destruction
    8 First Supper
    9 Pest Control
    10 System Failure
    11 Obedience
    12 Permanent Pressure

    Unlearned ‎– Pestilence From The West
    Label: Ecocentric Records ‎– E.R. #171 CD
    Format: CD, Album
    Country: Germany
    Released: 2010
    Tracklist:
    1 Pestilence From The West
    2 Kung Fucieus
    3 Outnumbered
    4 Disneuf
    5 Primitive League
    6 Discenselate
    7 Shortcut
    8 Doomed To Failure
    9 Quick Erase
    10 Another Mathdestruction
    11 Hana
    12 Delirium Tremens
    13 Bulletvelt
    14 Emotional Blunting
    15 Special Asshole

    (c) Unlearned - Germany
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    Counteractive - Through It All - 2007 -

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    Counteractive, Hardcore Street Punk from Indianapolis, Indiana. These guys ripped back when I remember looking for bands similar to A Global Threat , The Unseen, Monster Squad, and Career Soldiers. Shortly lived only having one album release. Not sure when or why the break up? Maybe grew out of the street punk scene? Thanks Counteractive for what you made! Playing fast young angry in your face pogo punx street punk!
    Enjoy.

    Tracklist:
    1. Pissed and Nailed 02:18
    2. No Regrets 02:38
    3. Useless and Fed Up 02:33
    4. Time For Change 01:46
    5. Imperialist Dog 02:22
    6. Broken Kids 01:52
    7. Go Political 02:18
    8. Blind 02:00
    9. Rise Up 02:07
    10. Don't Care 02:19
    11. Entropy 02:38
    12. Please Go Away 01:43
    13. Don't Waste My Time 02:54

    (c) Counteractive (RIP)

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    Career Suicide - Recipe For Disaster

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    Track from Canadian hardcore band Career Suicide.

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    Pass The Axe bass cover - Get to Work

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    hey dudes! ever wondered what happened to......career soldiers?? jake and ricky went on to form the band pass the axe and are sorta.....country-ish. here's a cover from one of their songs. enjoy.

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    The Struggle - In Protest Of An Empty Future CD - 2004

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    The Struggle are a Hardcore, Streetpunk oi!, Punkrock band from Boston, Massachusetts USA. I don't have any other info about this band. I know there are more than one band out in the world called The Struggle or Struggle Comment if you know more. Thanks.
    Disclaimer - My channel is attended to be nothing more but a way for people to find rare, unique, and lost punk and punk sub-genres from the 80,'s ,90's, 2000-Today that I happen to come across exploring online or have recommendations. If you are apart of the band or label, and you wish for me to take down this video, please, comment down if any issues. Thank you & enjoy! - Fox
    The Struggle ‎– In Protest Of An Empty Future
    Label: Welfare Records ‎– WEL007
    Format: CD, Album
    Country: USA
    Released: 2004
    Genre: Punk, Hardcore
    Tracklist:
    1 Image Of Death
    2 Sacrifices
    3 Pain And Angst
    4 Cannot Destroy Us
    5 War Machine
    6 Cost Of Living
    7 We Will Live On
    8 The Struggle
    9 Writing On The Wall
    10 Hopeless Nights
    11 - ....
    12 Living Next Door To Alice
    Notes:
    Track 11 is 30 seconds of silence, track 12 is an unlisted bonus track.
    Discogs:
    (c) The Struggle - USA
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    insanity - nightmares and lies

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    punkcore band home clip

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    Career Suicide - Anthology Of Releases: 2001-2003 CD Comp. 2004

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    Career Suicide are a Hardcore punk, Punk rock band from Toronto, Ontario / Canada. They been active since early 2000 till today.
    This band goes very well with driving and skateboarding! thrash it up!
    Members:
    Brandon Ferrell, Dallas Good, David Brown, Eric Smith, Jesse Parker, Jon Sharron, Jonah Falco, Martin Farkas, Matthew Miller, Noah Gadke
    Disclaimer - My channel is attended to be nothing more but a way for people to find rare, unique, and lost punk and punk sub-genres from the 80,'s ,90's, 2000-Today that I happen to come across exploring online or have recommendations. If you are apart of the band or label, and you wish for me to take down this video, please, comment down if any issues. Thank you & enjoy! - Fox
    Career Suicide ‎– Anthology Of Releases: 2001-2003
    Label: Deranged Records ‎– DY54, Kangaroo Records ‎– none
    Format: CD, Compilation
    Country: ?
    Released: 2004
    Genre: Hardcore, Punk
    Tracklist:
    'SARS' EP
    1 Quarantined
    2 Sucker
    3 Part And Parcel
    4 While You're Ahead
    S/T EP
    5 Fall-Out
    6 Hapless
    7 Brought To The Brink
    8 Out Of Hope, Out Of Rope And Out Of Time
    9 Bend At The Crease
    10 Stay Right Here
    11 Jonzo's Leaking Radiation
    S/T LP
    12 Punitive Damages
    13 Let It Go
    14 Look The Other Way
    15 Day By Day
    16 You Call This A Life?
    17 Catch Up
    18 Ruin And Wreck
    19 Who's Walking Who?
    20 Another Sigh, Another Year
    21 Moron
    22 Closed Eyes
    23 Affectations
    24 Shut Up
    25 Career Suicide
    26 Urban Slobs
    27 Stay Away
    28 Social Circle
    29 The Last Word
    30 Like All The Rest
    31 Square One
    32 Bloodtype X – Chronic Sick
    First Demo Cassette
    33 Dicta-Flag
    34 Shut Up
    35 Metal Threat
    36 Doom Ryder
    37 Spleengenerate
    38 That Other Song
    39 Todd Killings
    Written-By – Angry Samoans
    40 Leftover Bonus Crap
    Second Demo Cassette
    41 Closed Eyes
    42 Too Much
    43 Moron
    44 Shut Up
    Notes
    Tracks 1-4 recorded April 2003.
    Tracks 5-11 recorded December 2002.
    Tracks 12-40 recorded October 2001.
    Tracks 41-44 recorded May 2002.
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    (c) Career Suicide - Canada
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    Frantix - Kamikaze Killers -

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    (The) Frantix (not to get confused with the other older punk rock bands THE FRANTIX) Frantix were a local Long Island, New York Punkrock, Streetpunk hardcore punk band. They play fast song their lyrical subject matter is a wide variety of politics,police brutality, society, having fun, friends, past relationships and zombies. Not all punk songs need to be about war. hey have been compared to bands like A Global Threat, Career Soldiers, and other punkcore labeled bands. Not sure when this band released this probably early 2000's - mid 2000's? Also I wish I knew if this was a demo? a EP / CD or if they had other releases this band is killer! Enjoy these catchy 10 tracks! Hope to find more...

    Tracklist:
    1 We Don't Want Your War!
    2 I Don't Believe
    3 Stop The Pigs
    4 FRANTIX - (Theme Song)
    5 LI - (Long Island) Punx
    6 Time Has Changed
    7 Zombies Brigade
    8 K.Y.S.
    9 Bad Charlotte
    10 Welcome To AmeriKKKa

    (c) Frantix - USA
    (Thanks & RIP!)
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    career soldiers bass cover - this generation...

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    off CS' album loss of words.

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    Career Soldiers bass cover - no regrets

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    No Regrets from Career Soldiers' album Loss of Words.

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    PAVEMENT: Slow Century

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    Slow Century is a two-disc DVD retrospective of the band Pavement filmed and compiled by filmmaker Lance Bangs. The first disc contains Slow Century itself, a 90-minute documentary with extensive interviews with the band members (as well as their friend Thurston Moore) and considerable live concert footage from across their career featuring throughout; indeed, the film concludes with the encore from their final live show, held in London in 1999. There is also a presentation subtitled Cinema Stars (written using a star symbol rather than the word star) featuring all their videos, as well as alternate and rejected clips for three songs. Interspersed throughout are brief clips from home movies, television appearances and behind-the-scenes footage. The second disc is entirely composed of live footage with a full concert from Seattle, Washington (July 1999) and edited highlights from the group's second last ever show in Manchester (11/1999). Across the two discs, there is a total of six hours of footage. There is band member and director commentary on each video and multiple angles on the second disc, and it is presented in Dolby stereo.

    Track listing:

    Slow Century, a 90-minute documentary incorporating footage from 1989–99

    Here (video)
    Perfume-V (video)
    Cut Your Hair (video)
    Gold Soundz (video)
    Range Life (video)
    Rattled by the Rush (video)
    Father to a Sister of Thought (video)
    Painted Soldiers (video)
    Stereo (video)
    Shady Lane (video)
    Carrot Rope (video)
    Spit on a Stranger (video)
    Major Leagues (video)
    Major Leagues (alternate video)
    Rattled by the Rush (alternate video)
    Cut Your Hair (alternate video)
    In the Mouth a Desert (live)
    Speak See Remember (live)
    Spit on a Stranger (live)
    Date with Ikea (live)
    The Hexx (live)
    Box Elder (live)
    Folk Jam (live)
    Billie (live)
    Major Leagues (live)
    Shady Lane (live)
    Cream of Gold (live)
    Platform Blues (live)
    We Dance (live)
    Harness Your Hopes (live)
    Stereo (live)
    Gold Soundz (live)
    The Killing Moon (live) (covering Echo & the Bunnymen)
    Sinister Purpose (live)
    Debris Slide (live)
    Grounded (live)
    Unfair (live)
    Two States (live)
    Fin (live)
    Date with Ikea (live)
    Range Life (live)
    Summer Babe (live)
    Handcuffs banter from last show (live) (hidden easter egg)
    Unseen Power of the Picket Fence (live) (hidden easter egg)
    Conduit for Sale (live) (hidden easter egg)
    Slow Century

    Directed by Lance Bangs, Kim Gordon, Spike Jonze, Dan Koretzky, Thurston Moore, Tom Surgel
    Produced by Lance Bangs
    Starring Stephen Malkmus, Mark Ibold, Scott Kannberg, Bob Nastanovich, Steve West, Gary Young, Thurston Moore
    Distributed by Matador Records (US)
    Domino Records (UK)
    Release dates
    October 22, 2002

    Running time
    6 hours total (two discs)
    Language English

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    Emmylou Harris with The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band - Mary Danced With Soldiers

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    Mary Danced With Soldiers first appeared on The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band's album, Will The Circle Be Unbroken 2 released in 1989 as vinyl and 1990 as cd. Emmylou added it to her boxset, Songbird which consists of her favorite songs along her career. Enjoy!

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    Soldiers Of Destruction - Symphony Of War

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    Soldiers Of Destruction - Klub Foot 05.08.82

    Tracks
    1) Death Or Glory
    2) Government Suppression
    3) Protect And Survive
    4) Cheated
    5) Summer Fun
    6) No Surrender
    7) Symphony Of War
    8) America
    9) Pretty Vacant

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    Robson & Jerome - Up On The Roof

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    Robson & Jerome' official music video for 'Up On The Roof'. Click to listen to Robson & Jerome on Spotify:

    As featured on Happy Days - The Best of Robson & Jerome. Click to buy the track or album via iTunes:
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    Lyrics:

    Up on the roof
    Up on the roof
    When this old world starts getting me down
    And people are just too much for me to face
    (Up on the roof)
    I climb way up to the top of the stairs
    And all my cares just drift right into space
    (Up on the roof)
    On the roof, it's peaceful as can be
    And there the world below can't bother me
    Let me tell you now

    When I come home feelin' tired and beat
    I go up where the air is fresh and sweet (up on the roof)
    I get away from the hustling crowds
    And all that rat-race noise down in the street (up on the roof)
    On the roof's, the only place I know
    Where you just have to wish to make it so
    Let's go up on the roof (up on the roof)

    At night the stars put on a show for free
    And, darling, you can share it all with me
    I keep a-tellin' you

    #RobsonAndJerome #UpOnTheRoof #Vevo

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    Naked Raygun- Soldiers Requiem

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    I DONT OWN THIS!!!!!

    Along with Husker Du, Naked Raygun was one of the first U.S. post-punk bands of the early '80s that merged melodic influences with punk/hardcore. Formed during 1981 in Chicago, IL (and largely influenced by such art-punkers as Wire and Gang of Four), the group contained several different members during its ten-year career, including leaders Jeff Pezzati (vocals), Marko Pezzati (bass), Eric Spicer (drums), and, early on, future Big Black member Santiago Durango (guitar).

    Naked Raygun made it clear early on that they were unafraid to speak their minds (especially when it came to their personal political views, which were often from a strong and macho point of view), as proven by such confrontational compositions as Tojo and Potential Rapist off their 1983 debut Basement Screams. 1985's Throb Throb saw the group hone their sound even further (adding more melody, in addition to a more meatier and metallic guitar sound), as evidenced by the album's single Surf Combat. By this time, Naked Raygun had carved a niche for themselves with the college rock crowd and began spawning imitators back in their hometown of Chicago.

    Undeterred, the group stuck to their guns and refused to follow any set musical formula while releasing 1986's All Rise, 1988's Jettison, and 1989's Understand?, before Haggerty left the group. Naked Raygun managed to soldier on for one more release, 1990's Raygun...Naked Raygun, before calling it quits a year later. After the group's split, Haggerty reappeared as a member of Pegboy (which also included former members of Bloodsport, the Effigies, and Bhopal Stiffs) and issued three releases during the '90s, while Pezzati appeared to have disappeared from the planet, before suddenly popping up again in the late '90s with a punk trio called The Bomb.

    Because of public demand for Naked Raygun material, 1999 saw the indie label Touch And Go/Quarterstick reissue all of Naked Raygun's albums with bonus tracks, as well as the compilation Naked Raygun: Huge Bigness -- Selected Tracks From the Collected Works, 1980-1992.

    In addition, Chicago successful mainstream acts such as Alkaline Trio, Mest, Lucky Boys Confusion, Rise Against and Fall Out Boy have all cited Naked Raygun as one of their primary influences. All of these bands have paid homage, alongside critics and fans alike, to what people consider to be the most important band to come out of Chicago in the 1980s and 1990s.

    In 2006, Naked Raygun reformed to headline Chicago's annual punk festival, Riot Fest. After the success of the show, which saw a sell-out crowd of over 4,000 people, Naked Raygun decided to carry on with new releases, a Blue-Ray HD DVD documentary of their Riot Fest show and several one-off shows in different markets across the United States. Although what the future holds for the beloved sons of Chicago remains shrouded with some mystery, one thing is for certain: Naked Raygun is back and the U.S. punk scene could not be more appreciative.

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    High Tension - Ghost to Ghost

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    Free track download
    TOUR DATES
    SAT 24 March - DOWNLOAD FESTIVAL, MELBOURNE
    SAT 31st MARCH / SUN 1st APRIL - BLACKEN OPEN AIR
    FRI 6th APRIL - GASOMETER HOTEL

    GHOST TO GHOST

    IN THE ABSENCE OF LIGHT
    BURY ME DEEP
    HOT, RAW AND DEAD IN THE ABYSS
    BURNED, BOILED TO THE BONE, MERGED WITH THE EARTH
    SOILED IN WARRIOR’S GRIEF

    COILED IN THE DARK
    YOU, THE PARASITE, AVARICE YOUR HOST
    NEW MOONS WILL PASS, AS WE WAIT TO STRIKE
    WHO WILL JOIN US TONIGHT

    WE ARE THE VOICE OF THE GHOSTS
    THE STORIES OF OUR FUTURE’S LOSS
    THE SKY AS OUR WITNESS
    THE TIME IS NOW TO RISE

    WE ARE THE CRIES OF THE DEAD
    THE TREMBLE, THE BEAT, THE SPECTRE OF UNREST

    ROUND UP THE SOLDIERS OF DEATH
    WE WILL RECLAIM OUR SPACE

    RAISE THE DEAD
    FLOOD SATAN’S NEST
    SO TRUTH WILL BE SPARED

    RAISE THE DEAD
    UNTETHER RESTRAINTS
    RECLAIM THE BLOODSHED

    BLIND, IN DENIAL
    RAISE THE DEAD
    GATHER THE SOULS
    RECLAIM THE LOSS

    WE ARE THE VOICE OF THE GHOSTS
    THE WITNESS OF OUR FUTURE’S LOSS
    BURY ME DEEP
    DEAD WITH THE RATS
    ASLEEP, ENTANGLED WITH THE CORPSES

    SLAY THE DENIAL
    WHO WILL WAKE UP TONIGHT


    Director - Matt Weston
    DOP - Liam Gilmour
    Focus Puller - Austin Haigh
    Camera Assist - Ben Blenner

    Lighting Design - House Of Vnholy (this is not a spelling mistake)
    Gaffer/Grip - Tom Savige

    Hair/Makeup - Nadine Muller
    Backline - Albatross Backline
    Production Assistant - Ryan Trickey

    Edit/Grade - Matt Weston

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    Carrie Underwood - Just A Dream

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    Carrie Underwood's official music video for 'Just A Dream'. Click to listen to Carrie Underwood on Spotify:

    As featured on Carnival Ride. Click to buy the track or album via iTunes:
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    Lyrics:

    It was two weeks after the day she turned eighteen
    All dressed in white
    Going to the church that night
    She had his box of letters in the passenger seat
    Sixpence in a shoe, something borrowed, something blue
    And when the church doors opened up wide
    She put her veil down
    Trying to hide the tears
    Oh she just couldn't believe it
    She heard the trumpets from the military band
    And the flowers fell out of her hand

    Baby why'd you leave me
    Why'd you have to go?
    I was counting on forever, now I'll never know
    I can't even breathe
    It's like I'm looking from a distance
    Standing in the background
    Everybody's saying, he's not coming home now
    This can't be happening to me
    This is just a dream

    #CarrieUnderwood #JustADream #Vevo #Country

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    Emilio Guerrero Y Charro Band Mix

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    Emilio Guerrero was born in Corpus Christi, Texas in April of 1948. Emilio's musical career started
    while he was attending Wynn Seal Jr. High in Corpus Christi. Emilio and a group of his friends put
    together a band and started playing around town at private parties, record hops, and what kids use
    to call jives. After graduating from Roy Miller High School in 1967, Emilio joined the U.S. Army and
    was shipped to Ft. Polk, LA for basic training. While stationed at Ft. Polk, Emilio and four other
    soldiers from New Jersey and New York formed a vocal group that began singing at the NCO club
    on base. The band even won second place in a talent contest sponsored by the base. In 1968
    Emilios musical career came to an abrupt halt when he and two other soldiers in the group were
    shipped overseas. In June 1970 Emilio returned home after being Honorably discharged from the
    Army and got his musical career started again. Instead of singing though, he started playing
    keyboards for several local bands. He played with the Johnny Canales Band, Los Lemans, and
    finally with T.J. & Company. Emilio got started back singing by accident. One night the singer for
    the band did not show up and Emilio was asked if he could fill in. Emilio agreed. From then on he
    became one of the bands singers. In 1977 Zeke Saucedo (guitar), and Sam Deleon (keyboards),
    convinced Emilio to start his own band. In 1977 with the help of his brother Leonard Guerrero to run
    sound, Zeke and Sam, Charro Band was born. The bands sound was influenced by jazz since the
    majority of the band members belonged to the Del Mar Jazz Band at Del Mar College in Corpus
    Christi.The group was most influenced by the groups, Tower of Power and Chicago.

    The band started playing parties, weddings, and some local clubs in town. In 1978 the band caught
    the eye of Supremo Records' owner Oscar Serrato. The band released approximately nine albums
    from 1978 to 1988. Emilio Guerrero and Charro Band Volume I, became the bands first album.
    The band recorded with other labels such as Hacienda and Cara Records. The band then started
    playing in Houston, Galveston, The Valley and West Texas. In July of 1980 they performed at the
    Texas Jazz Festival held in Corpus Christi, TX. The first local Chicano group to play the festival. In
    1981 Emilio decided to relocate the band to San Antonio, the hub of Tejano Music. The band
    continued playing around Texas and even toured in Florida and Ohio. In 1989 the band decided to
    call it quits. It was time to move on in life. That year was the last chapter on Emilio Guerrero and
    Charro Band. Part of the band went back to Corpus Christi while Emilio stayed in San Antonio.
    Emilio wrote some of Charro Bands biggest hits like, Estoy Cansado, Corozon Enamorado and
    several others. Emilio along with his brother Leonard, were very much involved in the producing
    and mixing of their albums. His brother Leonard moved to Houston where he is working as a
    Medical Technician at one of the local hospitals. Emilio went to work for the Bexar County Sheriff's
    Office as a Deputy in the early 90's. Emilio is currently working for the San Antonio Park Police
    Bike Patrol Division,where he has been since 1995. Emilio has been married to his childhood
    sweetheart, Hedy Martinez for 40 years. They have three daughters, Ann Marie Cantu, Esther
    Santos and Lorraine (Rainy) Guerrero. They also have four grand daughters, Madeline and Viola
    Cantu and Taylor and Meagan Santos.

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    Granger Smith: NASA Visit

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    Granger quits the band and tries a new career path at NASA.

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    Asiana - Breaking Out

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    The song Breaking Out by Asiana. Asiana was a tradional heavy metal band from South Korea formed in 1989. They released only one album called Out On The Street (1990). The singer of the band, Im Jae-Beom, had a very succesful solo pop/rock career in South Korea.

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    A Soldiers Memoir PTSD Song by Joe Bachman OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO

    6:13

    Joe Bachman
    A Soldier's Memoir (PTSD Song)

    Hey y'all! Here is The OFFICIAL Music Video for A Soldier's Memoir. Any of you that have been following my career know how important this song is to me! From the night playing at Sloppy Joe's in May of 2011 (the night we killed OBL), to receiving the flag flown over GTMO from our Military as a thank you for my Patritotism.... to the life-changing text message I received from Lt. Jason Duff asking me to write a song about PTSD. Making this music video with my band, SmackDab Media, my brother and fellow advocate for PTSD & TBI Awareness Tom Muffler (Professional Race Car Driver), and MOST IMPORTANTLY... US Marine Tyler Southern and US Army David Crocket has been nothing less than amazing. I have never been more proud of a song, a message, and now a video that I've helped create! I truly hope you'll share this song with everyone you know! For those of you who go to iTunes at and purchase the song, a portion of the proceeds will be donated to our amazing friends at THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!


    Producer - Chris Stone
    Mixed by - Chris Stone
    Director - John Fucile (SmackDab Media)
    Editor - Lisa DeAngelo (SmackDab Media)

    Written by: Mitch Rossell & Joe Bachman

    Recorded: Sony Tree Studios (Nashville, TN)
    Mixed: Blackbird Studios (Nashville, TN)

    Lead Vocals: Joe Bachman
    Backing Vocals: Chris Oz Ferrara
    Brian BDubbs Walsh

    Drums: Chad Cromwell
    Piano: Mike Rojas
    Lead Guitar: JT Corenflos
    Acoustic Guitar: Danny Rader
    Bass Guitar: Mike Brignardello
    Steel Guitar: Russ Pahl

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    Tribute to Women in Service

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    In 2016, all MOS (Military Occupational Specialties) become open to women. The best qualified are now afforded the opportunity to serve. This video is a tribute to all of the servicewomen who paved the path to this historic time in our Army's history.

    Featured at the 2016 Army Birthday Ball, Washington DC.

    This piece was made possible by:
    The U.S. Army Women's Museum
    The United States Army Field Band
    12th Aviation Battalion
    The Old Guard

    55th Signal Company
    The Continental Color Guard
    The United States Army Band
    The United States Navy Band
    Defense Media Activity
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    Killian The Red Productions
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    Amigo Media

    Produced, directed and edited by SFC Jared Morgan
    Original Soundtrack by MSG Adrian Hernandez
    Audio by MSG Mack McLaughlin








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    Hickory Wind: American String Band Music

    27:55

    Hickory Wind performs Soldier’s Joy, Mississippi Sawyer, Little Beggar Man, Rainfall, Hungry Hash House, Chitlin’ Cookin’, Orange Blossom Special, Moonshine Girl, Shakin’ Down the Acorns, Turkey in the Straw, At the Wednesday Night Waltz. The film is narrated by John Walsh. William Culley was the film’s Director, William Lowell was Asst. Director, and Dominick Agnello was Technical Director. A production of the United States Information Agency, this film dates to the early 1970s, and Hickory Wind was based in West Virginia's eastern panhandle.

    Band Bio from CDBaby.Com (where you can find their music on CD)

    The band Hickory Wind formed in late 1972/early 1973 in Morgantown, West Virginia. Original band members Sam Morgan, Bob Shank, Pete Tenney, and Glen McCarthy, all students at West Virginia University, were joined in May 1973 by lead vocalist Mark Walbridge. The Hickory Wind sound jelled during the summer of 1973, when the group was the 'house band' at the Coolfont Resort in Berkeley Springs, WV. During that first summer, the band also played their first college concert (at Frostburg State College, now Frostburg University, MD), their first festival (at Watermelon Park in Berryville, VA), and performed on a hay wagon at Antietam National Battlefield. While at Coolfont, the band became acquainted with Washington, DC-based FCC lawyer Bobby Baker (not that Bobby Baker), who expressed an interest in managing the group and bringing their unique old-timey sound to Washington, DC.

    In the Fall of 1973, the band moved to Washington, DC, and began to play regularly on the DC club circuit. In early 1974, in their first serious concert appearance, they opened for Doc Watson at Lisner Auditorium. Later that year, they recorded their first album, At The Wednesday Night Waltz, for the Adelphi Label. In 1975, they recorded their second album, Fresh Produce, for the Flying Fish label, and made the first of two European tours for the US Information Agency, bringing their unique blend of Appalachian and Celtic music to Iceland, Spain, Romania, Kuwait, Abu Dhabi, Austria, Tunisia, and Portugal. It was also during this period that they began working with the Stone County booking agency out of Denver, Colorado. Through their association with Stone County, they toured regularly with performers such as John Hartford, John Prine, and the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band.

    In 1976, they appeared at the legendary festival, Stompin' '76, in Galax, Virginia, sharing the bill with John Prine and Bonnie Raitt. The year 1976 also saw a return to Europe with their second USIA-sponsored tour, taking them to Austria, Hungary Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, and Greece. In early 1976, original bassist Glen McCarthy left the group, and was replace by bassist Dave Rice, a former member of The Heavy Metal Kids.

    Unfortunately, Fresh Produce was not the strong follow-up to At the Wednesday Night Waltz that the band needed to advance their career to the next level, and while the band worked diligently on their 3rd album during 1977-1978, they struggled financially. The band's sound was developing from traditional Appalachian folk music to an Appalachian style more reminiscent of the seminal English Celtic rock bands Fairport Convention and Steeleye Span. For the first sessions for their third album, Crossing Devil's Bridge, also on Flying Fish, the band hired Fairport Convention drummer Dave Mattacks, and when original fiddler Pete Tenney left the band in late 1977, multi-instrumentalist Sam Morgan took over on fiddle, allowing the band to add a full-time drummer, Hank Pittman.

    This personnel change signaled a new era for Hickory Wind in which the band was transformed from an acoustic string band to an Appalachian folk rock ensemble. Not satisfied with the 'Dave Mattacks' sessions recorded at Bias Studios, the band went back into the studio, producing the final tracks for Crossing Devil's Bridge themselves, in collaboration with engineer Nick Koumoutseas, at No Evil Multimedia Studios in Washington, DC.
    Unfortunately, the more than 2 year gap since the release of Fresh Produce had taken its toll financially, and the group disbanded virtually on the eve of the release of Crossing Devil's Bridge.

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    Cheap Sex - Launch off to War

    27:58

    Cheap Sex was an American Street punk band formed in December 2002, based in San Diego, California. Besides releasing three albums, the band participated in some compilations, including the Pure Punk Rock DVD, released by Punk Core Records, also featuring Action, The Casualties, Blood or Whiskey, Defiance, The Havoc, Lower Class Brats, The Messengers, The Scarred and The Virus, this last one was Mike's previous band.

    * Launch Off to War - 2003, Punk Core Records

    Songs:
    01 Launch Off To War 00:00
    02 Consume And Consume 02:39
    03 Take A Chance 04:39
    04 Smash Your Symbols 07:06
    05 Eyes See All 09:19
    06 Dead Today 11:57
    07 If Society 14:28
    08 Dick Cheney 17:03
    09 It's Up To You 19:01
    10 Living In Fear 20:46
    11 Out On Your Own 23:04
    12 Backstabber 25:58

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    Monster Squad - Fire The Faith

    3:10

    Lyrics:

    your heroes words light up the night
    set the path that feeds my fight
    son of god has a new face
    destroying lives in a modern day place

    fire the faith before it's too late,
    release the world from tyranny

    different weapons new minds are closed
    faith with no eyes do what your told
    two separate men but one in the same
    two thousand years between there reign

    and i will never understand,
    the desire to be led by the hand
    your the weapon of our destruction
    kill the people with your infection

    justice will have a new beginning,
    we will see your power ending,
    chaos will reign, one in the same,
    we shall prevail!

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    Filth - 1990-1992 - Discography

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    Filth originated in East Bay, California playing hardcore punk with a bit of a anarcho and crust vibe. Years active date from 1989–1991, 2010 A must have for hardcore punk listeners. Hate is personally my favorite song. Enjoy the discography.
    Tracklist:
    1 Today's Lesson
    2 Lust For Glory
    3 Hate
    4 Freedom
    5 The List
    6 You Are Shit
    7 Night Of Rage
    8 Filth
    9 Violence As A Solution
    10 Scarred For Life
    11 Banned From The Pubs ( Peter And The Test Tube Babies )
    12 Buttshits
    13 Dear Fuck
    14 Untitled (Live Set)

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    Onward To Mayhem - Self-Titled LP 2000

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    Onward To Mayhem were a Anarcho / Hardcore / Punkrock / Streetpunk band from Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA Active in the late 1990's. Only known released two albums Six Acts In The Arts Of Social Defiance 7 EP and this Self-Titled LP / CD
    I feel this band didn't get much attention and couldn't find any uploads of this record so I decided to upload it myself, I also have the Six Acts In The Arts Of Social Defiance 7 EP.
    Disclaimer - My channel is attended to be nothing more but a way for people to find rare, unique, and lost punk and punk sub-genres from the 80,'s ,90's, 2000-Today that I happen to come across exploring online or have recommendations. If you are apart of the band or label, and you wish for me to take down this video, please, comment down if any issues. Thank you & enjoy! - Fox
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    Onward To Mayhem ‎– Onward to Mayhem
    Label: Charged Records ‎– CHARGED 013
    Format: Vinyl, LP, Green
    Country: USA
    Released: 2000
    Genre: Street, Hardcore, Punk, Oi!
    Tracklist
    1 Decline
    2 The Call To Arms
    3 Televisionary
    4 Up The Drunx!
    5 The First Step
    6 Punx On The Beat
    7 T.N.T.C.
    8 Mind In Decay
    9 Commercial Servitude
    10 D.I.Y. Or Die
    11 Two Minute Warning
    13 Last Call!
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    (c) Onward To Mayhem - USA
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    Theres something about a soldier - Syd Roys RKOlians

    2:33

    This was Syd Roy's first recording with his RKOlians after a 3-year recording break from his previous band, the Lyricals.

    The name came from the RKO Theatre on Leicester Square in London - better known as the Leicester Square Theatre and later the Odeon West End, which RKO took over in 1931, at which this band played after its opening). Syd apparently decided that a strong personality was needed for the band so appointed his brother Harry (and so launched his career) - Harry very soon took over the band leaving Syd as its manager.

    Eclipse records were made by Crystalate specifically for Woolworths stores.

    Syd Roy, dir; Hugo Radcliff, Charles Mead, t; Jock Fleming, Miff Ferrie, tb; Eric Lambert, Rudy Loeffleur, cl-as; Bert Edwards, cl-as-ts; Louis Rossi, Oscar Grasso, Sidney Delmonte, vn; Cyril Kaye, p-a; Tony Fones, p; Bill Tringham, g; Fred Morley, bb-sb; Lou Stevenson, d; John Thorne, v. Recorded in London, 9 March 1933

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    Leo Martin Najveci hitovi

    30:54

    Leo Martin (Serbian Cyrillic: Лео Мартин, born on 6 March 1942) is Serbian and former Yugoslav pop singer and model. He started his career in early 1960s in jazz bands as instrumentalist and vocalist. In 1964, he moved with his band to West Germany to play jazz covers in night clubs. In 1968, while in Germany, he started his solo career by recording an album of pop music in English language, which made him popular throughout Europe. After touring Europe, he returned to Yugoslavia in 1969 where he established himself as one of the leading schlager singers of the 1970s and 1980s. His career was interrupted by Yugoslav Wars of the 1990s. He has performed sporadically since.
    In early 60s, Jović formed a dixieland band called Veseli bendžo (Serbian for 'Happy Banjo') that played jazz covers in Belgrade clubs. They played every Thursday evening at Belgrade Fair.[1] Jović played clarinet in the band.[3] The band became popular, but was soon disbanded, and he formed new band called Ekspres 8 in which he was the vocalist and played covers of Ray Charles and Glenn Miller. In 1964, the band moved to West Germany where they played for U.S. soldiers stationed there. In 1967, while playing in Munich, Jović was visited by CBS Records general manager Bruno Anger, who offered him a contract to record an album of his own songs in English.[3] For that contract, Јović took alias Leo Martin, which he used throughout all his later career.[1] His debut album Let me stay was a hit in Europe in early 1968.[2] He toured Europe together with Mireille Mathieu, Tom Jones, Engelbert Humperdinck and Salvatore Adamo.[1] In February 1969, he returned to Yugoslavia.[2][3]

    During the 70s and 80s, Martin established himself as one of the leading Yugoslavian schlager music singer.[2] In 1973, he recorded his signature song Odiseja ('Odyssey') for PGP-RTB record label. The single sold 100,000 copies in its first week.[2]

    During the Yugoslav Wars of the 90's, Martin took a break in his music career. He did not make any recordings or perform in a concert between 1990 and 1997.[2] In 1997, PGP-RTS released his greatest hits album titled Pesme mog života[4] ('Songs of My Life') which sold well.
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    Pavement - Cut Your Hair

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    Pavement - Cut Your Hair from 'Crooked Rain Crooked Rain'.
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    STRYPER - To Hell With The Devil - Abyss + To Hell With The Devil

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    Classic Christian Rock at its best! Subscribe for more great music!

    Visit Stryper's website at

    Stryper, originally known as Roxx Regime, was formed in Orange County, California by brothers Michael and Robert Sweet and guitarist Oz Fox.

    Stryper stands for Salvation Through Redemption Yielding Peace, Encouragement and Righteousness. The Isaiah 53:5 under their logo is the bible verse that states by His stripes we are healed. The band earned their stripes on the Los Angeles metal club circuit and in 1984, after recruiting bass player Tim Gaines, signed with Enigma Records and released their debut mini-album, The Yellow And Black Attack (Y&BA).

    Their first full-length release, Soldiers Under Command (SUC), sold over half a million units worldwide in the eighties, and stayed on Billboard's Top 200 album chart for over forty weeks. In addition to the hard-rocking tunes that Stryper's core audience has come to expect, the ballad Honestly from their platinum selling 1986 release To Hell With The Devil (THWTD) hit the Top-40 charts. The video for Honestly rapidly became the number one most-requested video on M-TV. 1988 saw the near-platinum release of In God We Trust (IGWT), as well as renewed success on M-TV, which was bombarded by thousands of phone requests for Always There For You.

    In January of 1992, Michael Sweet left the Stryper to pursue a solo career. Although officially Robert Sweet, Oz Fox and Tim Gaines continued as a three piece for another year, there were no further studio recordings as Stryper once Mike left.

    On May 21st of 2000, history was made when Stryper hit the stage again for an informal jam at the first annual Stryper expo in New Jersey. December 16th of 2000 marked the first full blown set preformed by Stryper in 9 years, held in Costa Rica. The second annual Stryper expo was held in Azusa, California on May 18th and 19th of 2001. The two day expo featured multiple bands and vendors, with Stryper closing the expo with a concert. Shortly after, Stryper played to one of their largest crowds at Cornerstone in Bushnell, Illinois on July 7th, 2001.

    On August 19, 2007, Michael Sweet performed with the Legendary rock band Boston at a concert honoring the voice of Boston, the late Brad Delp. Stryper then performed with Boston members at the Station Family Fund Concert on February 25, 2008. Later that year, Boston tapped Michael Sweet to sing for them during their summer tour.

    Exactly 25 years after their ground breaking release of the Y&BA, Murder By Pride (MBP) was released on July 21, 2009. At the time of this writing, Stryper is set to embark on their 25th Anniversary Tour in September of 2009. Reuniting for the tour, Tim Gaines will once again play bass. Stryper will also reunite with yellow & black clothing designed by Ray Brown, whom created their classic outfits for THWTD and IGWT.

    Stryper.com was officially launched in November of 1999 by Craig Erskine and Brett Christensen. In 2003 Craig handed the web design duties over to Greg Hayes. In 2009, Jeff Wollschlager took over as webmaster, working closely with Brett to develop the site you're currently on. Stryper is managed by Deep South Entertainment, and works with Stryper.com to help keep the fire burning!

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    Walter Rossi - Soldiers In The Night

    6:25

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    A well-known and respected country artist in Quebec, Patrick Norman has released 25 albums in the course of his career. Born Yvon Ethier in Quebec on September 10, 1946, Norman released his first album in 1966 as part of the group Les Fabuleux Élégants. His greatest success, Quand On Est en Amour, came about in 1984. His 2007 album, Comment le Dire, was a hit in his homeland, charting in the Top 30.

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    Steve Grimmett of 80s Metal Band Grim Reaper Necrosexuals Lair

    5:28

    The Necrosexual talks tombstones, box wine, and hair care with black metal god Steve Grimmett; frontman of legendary 80's band Grim Reaper.

    Steve Grimmett began his career in the era of New Wave of British Heavy Metal. His original band was the short-lived Medusa, before he became known as the lead vocalist for Grim Reaper. Grimmett later featured in Onslaught for a brief period, before forming Lionsheart and in more recent times, The Steve Grimmett Band, and GrimmStine.
    Grim Reaper achieved major success worldwide with three highly acclaimed studio albums along with single releases and MTV airplay. After Grim Reaper came a brief spell with Onslaught, with a debut single that charted in the UK. The Steve Grimmett Band is a more recent project, with Grimmett backed by Ian Nash, Chaz Grimaldi and Pete Newdeck. This band has continued to gig as Steve Grimmett's Grim reaper with a lineup now featuring Mark Rumble on drums.
    Grimmett has just come back from America promoting his international band 'GrimmStine' which includes Grimmett on vocals, Steve Stine on guitar, Hat on bass and Dave Johnson on drums. Their self-titled debut album was released in 2008.

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    Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers - So Familiar

    3:04

    Shop for new Steve Martin and The Steep Canyon Rangers T-shirts, socks, custom banjos and other offerings here: #SteveMartin #Banjo

    “The Long-Awaited Album,” Steve Martin’s long-awaited new album with the North Carolina group the Steep Canyon Rangers, is full of stories that mix humor and melancholy, whimsy and realism, rich characters and concrete details. And lots of banjos. That instrument—so dexterously, even acrobatically picked and strummed—proves just as crucial to relating these tales as the lyrics themselves, each chord and riff revealing depths to Martin’s narrators and to his musical talent. In the eight years since The Crow introduced him as an idiosyncratic bluegrass musician, as fluid in his technique as he is knowledgeable of its history, Martin has worked to refine his craft and push the form forward. Following 2011’s Rare Bird Alert, his first album to feature the Rangers, he recorded a pair of records with Edie Brickell, which earned the duo a Grammy for Best American Roots Songs for “Love Has Come for You.” In 2016, Bright Star, a musical based on the duo’s songs, debuted on Broadway and earned five Tony nominations.

    Rather than a departure, Martin’s musical career is an extension of the storytelling impulse that drove his work as a comedian, an actor, a screenwriter, a playwright, an essayist, and a novelist. “I think those influences come into play in these songs, because when I’m writing lyrics, I’m always thinking, What happens next? Where does the story go from here?” Bluegrass music is, among many other things, a means to spin yarns, to tell tales, to ponder the felicities of the heart.

    “The Long-Awaited Album” is full of love songs. Some, like the boisterous “Caroline,” are humorous; others, like “All Night Long,” are heavy with a gentle sadness. “There’s nothing richer than talking about romance and heartache,” Martin says. “It’s something everyone can identify with. I love to hear stories about people breaking up—why and how it happened, who said what. I’m fascinated by those stories, but most of these are very optimistic love songs.” Even the instrumental numbers on “The Long-Awaited Album” have the thrust of a narrative arc. “Bluegrass instrumentals conjure a place, especially the banjo,” Martin says. “The banjo especially is evocative of hills and dells and trees and joy.” That’s true of “Angelina the Barista,” a spry banjo ramble whose three-finger riffs conjure a well-trod dance floor somewhere in rural America—with just the slightest whiff of espresso in the air.

    These songs have been percolating in Martin’s head for most of the 2010s, finding outlets at sound checks and live shows and band rehearsals. They began recording them piecemeal—no deadlines, no pressure—in cities around the country: Los Angeles, New York, Nashville, and Asheville, North Carolina, which the Rangers call home. At the helm was legendary producer Peter Asher, who has worked on classic albums by Linda Ronstadt, James Taylor, Neil Diamond, and many others; he also who produced Martin’s two albums with Brickell.“ The sessions went very quickly, because I’d say eighty percent of the tunes we had played onstage a lot,” says Martin. “We got to rehearse them while touring, so we worked pretty quickly in the studio. Because we knew the songs really well, we also knew how to change them up.”

    “Steve Martin has done a lot for bluegrass music,” says Platt, “just in the sheer volume of people he’s played the banjo for or talked about bluegrass with, whether it’s on late-night TV or at show with 5,000 people. He’s been an amazing ambassador for the banjo and for bluegrass music, and we’re all grateful for that.”

    With “The Long-Awaited Album” Martin continues to nudge the boundaries of the banjo, respectfully but irreverently, which has established him as one of the most popular—and, in fact, among the finest—roots musicians working today. Yet, he remains a humble student of the instrument, still learning new techniques and considering new tricks. “My taste has grown to more melodic and simpler, so that I can accommodate being twenty years behind people like Béla Fleck and Noam Pikelny. I’ve written almost one hundred songs now, and I can’t believe I get to work with this great band that helps me work them out, orchestrate them, and add so much interest to them.”

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    64 Soldiers by 3 Star General

    4:00

    Official music video for '64 Soldiers from the band 3 Star General.
    For lyrics to this song and more, visit
    Music ©2016 Jesse Brewster,

    For anyone who feels frustrated, hopelessness or in despair about the state of their country and the world as a whole, this song is a rallying cry to continue to fight for what 's right.

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    Mark Wahlberg AKA Marky Mark Circa 1991

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    Mark Wahlberg AKA Marky Mark Circa 1991

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    Nuclear Death Terror - 2005-2008 - Discography

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    NDT hailing from Denmark delivering crusty hardcore with metal riffs growls and screams of crust d-beat mayhem! I discovered this band just this year and what a gem love them! I wish I knew about them years ago! Crustcore / Grind isn't too common in Denmark so these guys did it right. They even have a bandcamp and encourage you to download to listen to them even without paying now that's truely punk. Enjoy the noise!
    download the discography here.
    Nuclear Death Terror ‎– Discography 2005-2008
    Label: Dogma Destroyer ‎– DDR-023
    Format: CD, Compilation
    Country: Copenhagen, Denmark
    Released: 2008
    Tracklist
    Ceaseless Desolation 7
    1 World Enslaved
    2 Chaotic Alliance
    3 The Darkest Age
    4 Morbid Tales
    Compilation Tracks
    5 Total Anihilation Of The Self
    6 Mind Chain
    7 Devolve To Submission
    S/T LP
    8 NDT
    9 Architects Of Genocide
    10 Police Funeral
    11 A Storm Of Lies
    12 In The Shadow Of The Gallows
    13 At The Altars Of The Gods
    14 Nightmare Reality
    15 System Control
    16 Black Uniforms
    17 The Suspension Of Disbelief
    18 Inferno
    2005 Demo
    19 Cities To Dust
    20 Nightmare Reality
    21 System Control
    22 Lost
    23 Police Funeral
    24 Life Of Pain
    25 Necropolis
    26 Final Harvest
    Credits:
    Bass – Eyal
    Drums – Jonas (tracks: 1 to 7), Yogi (18) (tracks: 8 to 26)
    Guitar – Christina
    Guitar, Vocals – Cormy
    Recorded By – Hasse (tracks: 19 to 26), Mathias (tracks: 19 to 26), Mattias (tracks: 1 to 7), Rodrigo* (tracks: 8 to 18)
    Vocals – Adam
    Notes:
    Tracks 1-7 recorded at Hemgarden (Lund), January 2008.
    Tracks 8-18 recorded at The Bombshelter (Malmö), February 2006.
    Tracks 19-26 recorded at Hejrevej (Copenhagen), April 2005.
    Track 18 is a Disaster cover.

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    O Perry Walker Marching band Nomtoc parade 2012Concert band clinic

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    walker getting ready to do there thing uptown for the nomtoc

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    Right Before Your Eyes By America With Lyrics

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    Right Before Your Eyes By America With Lyrics

    Every day I sit beside you
    On the bus to madison avenue
    Work in the big gray store
    With the revolving doors

    You don't even know my name
    I guess that I'm to blame
    Don't know the right things to say
    So I pretend away

    That I'm rudolph valentino
    Pull up in my limousine
    Oh, won't you come in out of the rain
    Things'll never be the same

    And then just like greta garbo
    You stare like there's no tomorrow
    And you'll know what I'm thinking of
    Right before your eyes I fall in love with you

    Do, do, do ...

    Today I'm done with games (today I'm done with games)
    Gonna ask you for your name
    Say I've been watching you
    I even know what you do

    Maybe today I'll tell you (maybe today I'll tell you)
    I've found the nerve to sell you
    On a guy like me
    Who wishes that he could be

    Your rudolph valentino
    Pull up in my limousine
    Oh, won't you come in out of the rain
    Things'll never be the same

    And then just like greta garbo
    You stare like there's no tomorrow
    And you'll know what I'm thinking of
    Right before your eyes I fall in love with you

    Do, do, do ...

    Right before your eyes I fall in love with you
    Right before my eyes you'll say you love me to

    Rudolph valentino
    I pull up in my limousine
    Oh, won't you come in out of the rain
    Things'll never be the same

    And then just like greta garbo
    You stare like there's no tomorrow
    And you'll know what I'm thinking of, oo

    Do, do, do ...


    America Biography
    The History of America
    The year 2010 marks the 40th Anniversary of perennial classic-rock favorite, America. Founding members, Gerry Beckley and Dewey Bunnell (along with former band mate Dan Peek) met in high school in London in the late 1960s and quickly harmonized their way to the top of the charts on the strength of their signature song A Horse With No Name. America became a global household name and paved the way with an impressive string of hits following the success of their first #1 single. Forty years later, these friends are still making music together, touring the world and thrilling audiences with their timeless sound.

    America's journey has found them exploring a wide variety of musical terrain. Their best-known tunes, which also include I Need You, Ventura Highway, Don't Cross The River, Tin Man, Lonely People, and Sister Golden Hair were cornerstones of 1970's Top 40 and FM rock radio. Yet beyond their impressive catalog of hits, listeners would discover there was always much more to America than surface perceptions. The combination of Gerry Beckley's melodic pop rock and Dewey Bunnell's use of folk-jazz elements, slinky Latin-leaning rhythms and impressionistic lyric imagery contrasted well with Dan Peek's more traditional country-rock leanings and highly personal lyrics.

    America's albums--six certified gold and/or platinum, with their first greatest hits collection, History, hitting four+ million in sales--displayed a fuller range of the trio's talents than did their singles. Their material encompassed an ambitious artistic swath; from effects-laden rockers to oddball medleys to soul-bearing ballads, America displayed a flawless blend of disparate genres and styles as wide-open as the great American plains.

    Enjoying massive success early in their career, America earned their stripes as musical soldiers on the battlefield amidst the excess, craziness and chaos of the 70's. The trio won the Grammy® for Best New Artist in 1972 and began
    working with George Martin and Geoff Emerick in 1974. This successful team
    went on to record seven albums and several Top Ten hits, including Tin Man and Sister Golden Hair.

    By the mid-70s, inter-band conflicts combined with an exhaustive touring and recording schedule exacted its toll on the group. With Peek's departure from the fold in 1977, his band mates rose to the challenge and carried on as a duo. Shifts in sound and direction, changes in producers and managers, and a renewed dedication to the craft of songwriting helped rocket America to the upper reaches of the pop charts in 1982 with their smash single, You Can Do Magic. During this tumultuous time in their career, Beckley and Bunnell immersed themselves in their craft, infusing a newfound maturity into their rich body of work. Their growth as singers, songwriters and musicians has continued into the present day as illustrated by landmark releases such as 2000's Highway 3-disc box set, 2002's Holiday Harmony, an album comprised of seasonal classics and live showcases, 2007's Here & Now and 2009's Live In Concert: Wildwood Springs.

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    Ritchie Blackmore Soldier Of Fortune, 2017 LIVE

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    Richard Hugh Ritchie Blackmore (born 14 April 1945) is a British guitarist and songwriter, known as one of the first guitarists to fuse classical music elements with blues rock. He began his professional career as a studio session musician and was subsequently a member of Deep Purple, after which Blackmore established a successful career fronting his own band Rainbow, and later progressed to the traditional folk rock project Blackmore's Night with his wife.

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