Best Rock Ballads Of The 80s and 90s – Greatest Rock Songs Ever
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Saint Aside live 2012 | Alternative Rock | 55 Arts Club Berlin
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This Leipzig-based alternative rock band relies on a multifaceted sound characterized by heavy guitar riffs, catchy hook-lines and an incomparable groove. All of this paired with thoughtful lyrics and a powerful message. Saint Aside’s single “Heartbeats” made it into fourth place in the rock charts of the Berlin radio station Star FM.
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When the bombs fell it only ended a chapter in human history and began another. One filled with radioactive wastelands and Roman-inspired slavers. This is the world of Fallout. And in honor of Fallout 4, I’m exploring the alternate world of the game franchise.
Musical Influences & Music Inspiration – 90s alternative, alt-rock – From the Mind of McFarland video blog.
One question that a musician gets asked in most any interview is some form of “what are your biggest musical influences” or “how would you describe your music” or “what is your music’s inspiration”? And it’s one of the most difficult questions for me to answer, because I draw my influences from so many places, and at the same time, from none very specifically. I’m aware that I have a tendency to let a little of whatever I’ve been listening to a lot of bleed into my music – for example, if I’ve been listening to a lot of graceland-era Paul Simon, you can expect some African-esque rhythms to find their ways into my music. If I’m listening to pop music, you’ll get shinier, happier songs, if I’m listening to 90s alternative the songs I write will have much more of an alt-rock vibe.
I’ve also discovered that I have a tendency to unknowingly borrow phrases from other songs that I haven’t heard in months, or even years. Before you cry “copyright infringement!”, you should know that very thought troubled me for a long time, until I realized that everyone does it, and also that working within the western major/minor scale and standard chord structures (which I don’t usually break out of), there are bound to be similarities. Earlier this week my friend Josh shared the song “Resurrection Fern” by Iron and Wine with me, and I noticed the chorus sounded very familiar. It took me a while to place it, and I burst out laughing when I realized that it shares a melodic phrase with the bridge of “Kind and Generous” by Natalie Merchant. I’m sure that Samuel Beam didn’t intend to crib that phrase, and probably didn’t even realize he was doing so.
I could go on with more examples such as these – the chorus to “Hear We Go Again” by Mat Kearney (a personal favorite of mine) is the same as the verses to “Complicated” by Avril Lavigne. The structure of my song “Lighthouse” is almost identical to “Fix You” by Coldplay. The chorus of my band Aviatik’s song “Goodnight, Sweetheart, Goodnight” resembles the verses of Rob Thomas’s “Little Wonders”. Elements of songs can become ingrained into one’s self-conscious, and re-emerge in the creative process.
Creativity is all about taking the things you’ve absorbed and reinterpreting them into something fresh. No artist is without musical influences… but artists don’t always know what their own influences are!
Unleaded rhythmic alt-pop fuels singer/songwriter and two-wheel troubadour Michael McFarland’s engine. Michael McFarland in the simplest summary? Writer, Rocker, Biker, Geek.
For Michael’s Music, Cd’s, Downloads, Merchandise, live show schedule, music blogs, music videos, and everything else you want to know about McFarland, visit the Michael McFarland Website at http://michaelmcfmusic.com/
Check out my favorite Melodic Alternative Rock music compilation, best of April, May 2016 (discovery).
Genres: Alternative Rock, Modern Rock, Post-Grunge, Alternative Metal, Christian Rock, Vocal Rock, Rock Ballad
Music like 3 Doors Down, Adelitas Way, Breaking Benjamin, Daughtry, My Chemical Romance, Shinedown or Red – let’s make some awesome, new, hot, underrated bands more popular!
Playlist & compilation charts in alphabetical order:
00:00 1) Asking Alexandria – Here I Am
00:25 2) Amboaje – Over And Over Again
00:50 3) Another Lost Year – We Are the Chosen
01:15 4) Arion – Last Of Us
01:40 5) Awaken The Shadow – Gravity
02:05 6) Baroness – Shock Me
02:30 7) Brother Grey – Ghost in the Room
02:55 8) Cheap Trick – When I Wake Up Tomorrow
03:20 9) Decyfer Down – Believe in Me
03:45 10) Dream Evil – The Chosen Ones
04:10 11) End of an Era – FIRE!
04:35 12) From Ashes to New – Every Second
05:00 13) I See Stars – Running With Scissors
05:25 14) Lannon – Firefall
05:50 15) Lifewalker – Exodus
06:15 16) Like A Storm – Nothing Remains
06:40 17) Lonely The Brave – Rattlesnakes
07:05 18) Nordic Union – Hypocrisy
07:30 19) Shadow Hunters – Robot
07:55 20) Shuttup – Every Time
08:20 21) Smash Into Pieces – Merry Go Round
08:45 22) Soldiers of a Wrong War – Walls
09:10 23) The Anix – In The End
09:35 24) The Raven Age – Eye Among The Blind
10:00 25) The Struts – Mary Go Round
10:25 26) Throw The Fight – Bury Me Alive
10:50 27) Treat – Ghost of Graceland
11:15 28) Tremonti – Dust
11:40 29) Written by Wolves – Elastic Heart (Rock Version)
12:05 30) Asking Alexandria – Someone, Somewhere
Top Melodic Alternative Rock 2012-2016:
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The official music video for Alanis Morissette’s “Ironic.” The 3rd single from her third studio album, Jagged Little Pill (1995). It was written by Morissette and Glen Ballard. The music video was directed by Stéphane Sednaoui.
Alanis Morissette’s, “Jagged Little Pill” turns 20 years old this year! Re-visit the classic album from Alanis here!
#1-“Bring Me to Life” from Evanescence’s album Fallen. ℗ 2003 Wind-Up Records LLC.
#2-“Blurry from Puddle” of Mudd’s album Come Clean. ℗ 2001 Interscope Geffen (A&M) Records A Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.
#3-“I Hate Everything About You” from Three Days Grace’s album Three Days Grace.℗ 2007 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT
#4-“The Middle” from Jimmy Eat World’s album Jimmy Eat World. ℗ 2008 Geffen Records.
#5-“Fine Again” from Seether’s album Disclaimer II. ℗ 2004 Wind-Up Records LLC.
#6-“In the End” from Linkin Park’s album Hybrid Theory. ℗ 2000, 2006 Warner Bros. Records Inc. for the U.S. and WEA Entertainment Inc. for the world outside the U.S.
#7-“Nice to Know You” from Incubus’s album Morning View. ℗ 2001 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
#8-“Teenagers” from My Chemical Romance’s album The Black Parade. ℗ 2006 Reprise Records for the U.S. and WEA Entertainment Inc. for the world outside the U.S.
#9-“Boulevard of Broken Dreams” from Green Day’s album American Idiot. ℗ 2010 Reprise Records for the U.S. and WEA Entertainment Inc. for the world outside the U.S.
#10-“Can’t Stop” from Red Hot Chili Peppers’ album By the Way. ℗ 2002 Warner Bros. Records Inc. for the U.S. and WEA Entertainment Inc. for the world outside the U.S.
I don’t own any of the music. All credit goes to the label. Also, to make the video shorter, I had to make the songs shorter. Sorry! If I didn’t it would be about a 40 minute video…
★ Titel: Sucker For Pain
★Artist: Lil Wayne feat. Ty Dolla $ign, Logic, Wiz Khalifa, Imagine Dragons, X Ambassadors
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