Tuesday, January 6, 2009

Electric Therapy

Everyone has a favorite song that gets them through their day. While it’s mostly the message found within, its also the emotion that’s felt upon listening and relating to what the artist is saying

The 10 most important songs to me this very moment ( lately I’ve been listening to a lot of rock)

1.) Jet-Shine On- This song makes me think of what I would play at my funeral. It wouldn’t be a moment of sadness but a declaration that I will shine on for everyone that I leave behind. until we meet again…..
2.) Lenny Kravitz- This moment is all there is- If Buddha was a rock star, he most definitely would’ve been Lenny Kravitz. Lenny Kravitz has that ability to touch you with deeply spiritual lyrics infused with timeless melodies. One of the greatest. Bar None
3.) N*E*R*D- Love Bomb- The world doesn’t need another love song. What the world needs is another love bomb to blow all the hatred and injustice that plagues it away………..
4.) Aerosmith- Dream On- What can I Say about this song that the title doesn’t already summarize. Sing with me, sing for the year, sing for the laughter, sing for the tear……….you know the rest
5.) Linkin Park- Leave out all the rest- This song has a similar message to Jet’s shine on. It’s like telling someone that when you’re time comes, and you’re gone……just keep with them the cherished memories and Leave out all the rest.
6.) N*E*R*D-Sooner or later- This is another one of my favorite N.e.r.d songs. Every morning I play this song to remind myself that the past is over and for me to just leave it where it belongs…..behind me.
7.) Rage against the machine-Bombtrack-This is the track I play when I have so much frustration inside and I just want to release it in a positive manner. Rage is one of the reasons why I love Rock music so much.
8.) Pendulum-Granite- This song starts off like its going to be a dope theme song to a horror film, but then before you know it the song strats spazzing out and I start spazzing too! Lmoa! I would love to see this group perform this song live. Can you say insane cause that's what it would be.
9.) X-ecutioners/Black Thought- Executioner Style- Black Thought got it in on this one. The combination of his lyrical grittiness and the X-ecutioners "cuts and blends" made this a great mash up and by the way it was on linkin park's reanimation album.
10.)X-ecutioners feat Mike Shinoda(of Linkin Park)-It's going Down- This song is similar to the one above but instead of Black Thought blessing the mic, it was Linkin Park's Mike Shinoda who went in equally as hard.....

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