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Slayer, "Angel of Death" Only for the sheer glee to hear Slayer on the huge stadium soundsystems.


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Pussy Control by Prince.

El Lefty Malo

"Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" (Eartha Kitt version). Rowr!

Or "This Charming Man" by the Smiths. Will nature make a man of me yet?

Ben Richie

I would love to trot out to a good merle hagard tune. "Turn me loose, set me free--somewhere in the middle of...Montana! Gimme' all I got commin' to me...you can keep your retirement...and your...so-called...social security.... Big city turn me loose and set me free!!"--Merle Haggard

Or maybe

"Just a go ol boy . . ."

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In honor of a famous Mitch Williams description, and because it goes totally against the grain of the guy who's supposed to come in and "put out the fire," I'd pick "Baby's on Fire" by Brian Eno.


"Jesus Built My Hotrod" by Ministry, with those immortal lyrics:


john swinney

"The End" the Doors?

"Bye Bye Baby" Big Brother and the Holding Company?

"Stand" REM

"Its Over" Roy Orbison

"Its All Over Now" Rod Stewart (or the Stones version.)

"Its All Over Now Baby Blue" Bob Dylan

Dudley Bokoski

"I'm A Loser"-Beatles
"Burning Down The House"-Talking Heads
"Walk Like A Man"-Frankie Vali & The 4 Seasons
"Please Release Me Let Me Go"-Slim Whitman
"Tampa to Tulsa"-The Jayhawks
"The Wreck of The Edmund Fitzgerald"-Gordon Lightfoot

Dudley Bokoski

And, of course, "Black Hole Sun" by Soundgarden.


Nazareth's "Hair of the Dog"


I'd go all Shawshank on everybody and play some Mozart. Lull the hitters into complacency, you know.

Or, if I had to go with something "angrier", the 4th movement of Dvorak's New World symphony would work.


Walk- Pantera

"Run your mouth when I'm not around,
it's easy to achieve.
You cry to weak friends that sympathize.
Can't you hear the violins playing your song?

What it takes, who I am, where I been, belong."


How about the Blur's Song 2 (Woo Hoo!)
Drowning Pool's Let the Bodies Hit the Floor
Linkin Park's In the End
The Who's Who are You
Black Sabbath's Iron Man
My Chemical Romance's I'm Not Okay (I Promise)


Of Course, Metallica's "Master of Puppets"
or Pantera's "Domination"


the name of Brad Lidge's theme song is "The Game" by Drowning Pool....i love that song!

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