Dark Fire: A song a day

A song a day
A song a day
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So glad they put the subtitles in there.
I know right. I kept expecting him to start singing real words. This was just one of those videos that is just sort of horrible but you just can't stop watching.

Honestly, I found it by doing a search for Rick Roll, so I thought there would be one, but no dice.

I'd post some of the songs I actually like, but then the full extent of my nerdiness would be revealed, and I want to spare you all.
In honor of the new RK updates...


Great song and band Seravinn. And Heth, we already know you're a nerd, just let it all out!

Just saw these guys in concert again recently. Guitarist James Valentine is from my home town, 1 year behind me in school.





And of course my favorite band, and my favorite song.

Anything by Black Label Society!


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"I am the sword in the darkness. I am the watcher on the walls. I am the fire that burns against the cold, the light that brings the dawn, the horn that wakes the sleepers, the shield that guards the realm of men."
I've been getting into some really chill electronica lately.
Anthem by Emancipator:


Nothin better than 2 guys and 1 piano on a stage

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Just listen to the bass here.
Trentemoller: Moan (Vocal remix)


According to this article here this song is the most relaxing in the world.
http://soundcloud.com/justmusiclabel/marconi-union-weightless/s-kttxT
An oldie but I likes it.





If only I had his voice.


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Trying to share some kind of music i love, that arent too much metal for you guys i know a lot of people wouldnt like that kind of music.
this is one of the smoothiest one i know haha

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thrice live stream song:words in the water

A simply beautiful piece by Debussy:

And now for something completely different:



One year ago, Dave Niehaus, the long-time broadcaster for the Seattle Mariners (he did the play-by-play for 5,284 of the first 5,385 Mariner games!) passed away. I never met the man, but his passing hit me pretty hard. I was 6 when the Mariners started in 1977 and over the next 12 years most of my summer evenings were spent listening to Dave on the radio with my brothers and parents. He was amazing-one of the all-time best at his craft-and was like a part of our family. Macklemore captures the feelings well:





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"I am the sword in the darkness. I am the watcher on the walls. I am the fire that burns against the cold, the light that brings the dawn, the horn that wakes the sleepers, the shield that guards the realm of men."


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