Category: Classic Rock

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  1. Solid debut from Nothington. Features Jay Northington from Tsunami Bomb but sounds nothing like that band. Just better! Their most recent record Roads, Bridges and Ruins is excellent, but this one is good too! By the way, I only review albums that I like or really, really hate (like Hinder's newest!)/5(4).
  2. This Means War! is the ninth studio album of the Christian rock band, Petra. It was released in In this album, the band started to refine their movement into a more hard rock / arena rock sound, still .
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  4. Nothington - Where I Stand lyrics I sleep for hours and i'm so tired I can barely keep my eyes open This world's so hard, it just drags me down And I feel my heart broken, To pieces of a forgotton man Each tiny bit, my last token I fire up my cigarette and amplify all my regrets It's time to let me out Singing whoa-oh Don't I know, Exactly.
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  6. Feb 16,  · All 21 songs from the This Means War () movie soundtrack, with scene descriptions. Listen to and download the music, ost, score, list of songs and trailers.
  7. Top Albums From Nickelback - Enjoy all the music albums and top video tracks of Nickelback here on Frogtoon Music. Video Tracks include: How You Remind Me, Rockstar, Far Away, Photograph, If Everyone Cared, Savin' Me, Someday, Burn It To The Ground, Animals, Too Bad, and much more.
  8. This Means War! ushered in a new era for one of the most durable franchises in Christian rock. The golden-toned Greg X. Volz had led the band for several years, but he departed after 's Beat the System to pursue a solo career. The vacancy was filled two years later by John Schlitt, and the difference was gispunopgezabonlajanzworlturotve.xyzinfos Volz always sounded more comfortable with adult contemporary pop.