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Have to Have Songs

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ozzy osborne. bark at the moon

metallica. one, hero of the day, nothing else matters, enter sandman

red hot chili peppers higher ground

pink floyd, dark side of the moon,the wall

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Good topic! Will be interesting to see the variety you get here.

Since I grew up in the 90's most of my favorite bands are from then. Five from the top of my head:

Only in Dreams - Weezer (killer guitar solo)

Interstate Love Song - Stone Temple Pilots

We Care A Lot - Faith No More ("...about Transformers 'cause there's more than meets the eye...")

Army Reserve - Pearl Jam

Shadow on the Sun - Audioslave

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queensryche--jet city woman,i don't believe in love,della brown

aerosmith-walk this way,crazy,back in the saddle,dream on

def leopard-high-n-dry, pour some sugar on me, armongedeon it

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Tangerine; Over the Hills and Far Away - Zeppelin

Money; Wish you Were Here - Floyd

Lay Lady Lay; Pretty much all of Hwy 61 Revisited(like a rolling stone;Subterainian homesick blues;desolation row;tombstone blues) - Dylan

Lots of David Allen Coe if you dont mind a little dirty humor but "Jack Daniels if you please" for sure

Sunday Morning Comming Down; Hurt; Personal Jesus; - Johnny Cash

Could probably help more if you told us what you listen to or stuff you like.

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Like sprewells in a wheelchair: Dillinger four

Last chance for a slow dance: Fugazi

18 wheels: Murder city devils (well, anything by the MCD)

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I love anything by the Eagles. What I did is pull up Jack FM's HSOforum and started looking for songs I liked.

I also put a bunch of those funny bud comercials on mine I got off the internet.

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Who are you kidding Shane? All the songs you have are Barry Manilow, Michael Bolton and Kenny G. Makes you want to jump in the river to save your self from listening to it any longer. grin

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CASH

METALLICA

SKYNYRD

DEAN MARTIN (or any of the rat pack)

JACK JOHNSON

...haha I was looking on my IPOD to see what my HAVE-TO-HAVES are and I relized I have 2000 songs on my ipod, so way too many to name smile

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Like sprewells in a wheelchair: Dillinger four

Last chance for a slow dance: Fugazi

18 wheels: Murder city devils (well, anything by the MCD)

Here's some more good punk songs (the only pure form of music left):

Suggestion - Fugazi

Miami - Against Me

Rocky Road to Dublin - Dropkick Murphys

Lust for Life - Iggy Pop

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the misfits - hybrid moments

aesop rock - none shall pass

electric wizard - funeralopolis

minor threat - some times good guys don't wear white

al green's greatest hits

Fugazi - sugestion is a good tune...How bout some Minor threat?

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Copenhagen

Murder on Music Row

Rednecks, White Sox, and Blue Ribbon Beer

Jug-a-Lug, Jug-a-lug

we got the party, wait that is my daughters really

Copacabana

No one has the theme to Caddy Shack?

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-all the fishing songs by Da Yoopers

-Supertramp: Just Another Nervous Wreck

-REO: Roll With The Changes

-Yes: Close To The Edge

-Loverboy: Working For The Weekend

Way too many to list....when I give 'em money for the jukebox, I just tell the chicks to "rock me, baby"

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Queen-Fat Bottomed Girls, Seven Seas of Rhye,Good Old-Fashioned Loverboy

AC/DC- Who made who, Thunderstruck

Norman Greenbaum-Spirit in the Sky

Stevie Ray Vaughan

Clarence Carter

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