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Despite their name, his band Eagles Of Death Metal are neither a country nor a death metal band, and their leader freely admits that music of all genres rocks his world. This collection of songs in this covers album are the ones that made me want to make music. I guess this is my love letter to everyone that ever inspired me.
After bouncing around in a few bands for the next decade or so, Chenier resurfaced in the late 70s with Fist. With him handling guitars and vocals, the original lineup was rounded out by Ed Eagan on keyboards, Bob Moffatt on bass and drummer Mike Wetmore. Raucous and raunchy, the band's sound was dominated by raw guitars with little studio-tampering.
This song literally came out of nowhere and is one of the few songs where Dean wrote the music specifically with Luke's voice in mind, rather than his own. In the highest tower will you fear the night? The clouds gather round me, A veil that steals the dawn Breathing shades devour, As when I was born Feel electrocution dance accross the sky, A stay of execution looks you in the eye Now you're coming with me to a time before, Where the dark things gather, As when I was born My eyes before me, see the gathering of the clouds.
We've all fought at some point in our lives, so why not write some great music about it? Here's our ranked list of the best songs about fighting, including songs about fighting someone physically with punches and kicks, as well as songs about confrontations and fights in relationships. Fight songs come in many forms.
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Ben Folds has what appear to be perfect piano-playing hands. He lowers the glass, then vigorously shakes out the hand, from the elbow down. Folds, whose sweet, sometimes earnest, often irreverent songs with his group Ben Folds Five were a staple of lates alternative rock radio, has just released a memoir, A Dream About Lightning Bugs.