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Here is a collection of posts I have done about some of the music I like.

Alter Bridge - Life Must Go On
Linkin Park - Bleed It Out
10 Years/Shinedown/Linkin Park
Alter Bridge - Coeur d'Alene
Munford 5K playlist
Deftones - My Own Summer
Shinedown - Unity
Katy Perry - Firework
Eve 6 - Open Road Song
10 Years - Fix Me
Rush - Working Man
Disturbed - Warrior
Seven Channels - Breathe
7Lions - Born 2 Run
Thousand Foot Krutch - Let The Sparks Fly
Aerosmith - Back In The Saddle
Our Lady Peace - As Fast As You Can
Guano Apes - Open Your Eyes
Our Lady Peace - Superman's Dead
Depswa - This Time
Saliva - Superstar II
Oleander - 30 60 90
Shinedown - Bully
Slash w/Fergie - Sweet Child O' Mine
Thousand Foot Krutch - Fire It Up
Our Lady Peace - Carnival
Bush - Adrenaline
Breaking Point - Get Up
Bush - The Sea of Memories (3 songs)
Our Lady Peace - Where Are You?
Seether - Fake It
Egypt Central - Kick Ass
30 Seconds To Mars - The Fantasy
Stone Temple Pilots - All In The Suit That You Wear
Rev Theory - That Fire
Staind - Now
The Pretty Reckless - My Medicine
Deftones - Beauty School
Bob Seger - Turn the Page
Flyleaf - Fully Alive
Alter Bridge - Metalingus
Five Finger Death Punch - Under and Over It
Decyfer Down - Fight Like This
Our Lady Peace - The Right Stuff
Shinedown - Fly From The Inside
Velvet Revolver - Fall To Pieces
The Donnas - Take It Off
Our Lady Peace - One Man Army
Bif Naked - I Love Myself Today
Bob Seger - Old Time Rock & Roll
Skillet - Awake And Alive
Aranda - Undone
Our Lady Peace - Made Of Steel
Staind - Not Again
Slash w/Myles Kennedy - Back From Cali
Lenny Kravitz - Bring It On
Saliva - My Goodbyes
Our Lady Peace - Story About A Girl
Thirty Seconds To Mars - The Kill
Our Lady Peace
Three Days Grace - Break

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