Album Review: Life of a Champion by Quest

Finally, done gathering my thoughts and personal insights on Life of a Champion by Quest.

For those who don’t know, i have been looking for his album the record bars last year but to no luck, it’s not available.

But after seeing the post that he’s willing to do a personal meetup to sell the album, i had no hesitations to meet and greet and buy the album from him. i said to myself, this is good. finally i can go legit by buying and supporting the album and Quest instead of downloading his song on youtube and ripping it to mp3’s but hey don’t get me wrong. This is the only way i was able to obtain his music.

Here comes Quest’s sophomore album (yup he already has a debut album entitled Revolution) which so silly of me, forgot to bring on the day of the meetup to have it signed. Life of a champion has 10 tracks which are filled of the most inspiring lyrics that celebrates life, positivity, hope, love and friendship just to name a few. But enough talk, let’s get to the rundown of the tracks

1. Sige Lang – The album opens up  with Sige lang in which he already told us that it’s a different version from the first one that was released a few years ago. The loud thumping drums encourages the listeners to listen and start the day right with energy and positivity.

2. Champions – Another upbeat track, it retains the intensity of sige lang. I like the message of the song as the lyrics goes “Be the best, be the best, put your fist together with the rest” telling us that we are all champions, it’s up for you on how to unleash the inner champion in you.

3. Digmaan (feat. Julianne Tarroja) – The third song slows down, almost a ballad if you ask me. the song tells us that each and everyone of us has his/her own battles in life and no matter what happens, we often don’t fight the battle alone but instead, we seek for help to overcome these challenges in life. Definitely a track that stands out in the album and to be honest one of my choice to be a single.

4. No Greater Love (feat. Clara Benin) – I’ll be honest. The first time i heard this track, i though that it was an international artist that comes close to Drake with a little bit of lil wayne and the girl singing is Skylar Grey. But to my surprise, it’s from a local act. See, this is the type of quality track that the local stations need to play. Oh and by the way, this is one awesome ballad song in the album.

5. Paborito (feat. Reese Lansangan) – Another solid track from the album, this comes halfway on your listening experience. A love song that can guarantee to melt you special love one’s heart if you sing it to them. That wordplay “Kung si Goma may Lucy, si John may Marsha, si Kiko may Shawie, si Popoy may Basha” and the “up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, a, b, a, b, select start” references just tells how Quest’s ability to have you get hooked on this song. Another favorite track of mine to be a single.

6. Kalawakan (feat. Aicelle Santos) – Still on the slow part of the album, this track is all about overcoming love against all odds and obstacles. Just like outer space, it’s infinite and endless. Another strong contender to be a single. Like the breakdown halfway on the song.

7. Golden – Another slow ballad in the track, each and every moment is precious and golden. just like love.

8. Speed of Light – Superhero you might ask? S on my chest, just like Superman, flying at the speed of light.

9. Saludo – Another favorite track of mine, this song reminds us of the modern day superheroes. Actually, this song can be applied to other people or to yourself as well. Salute as you overcome the obstacles in life and succeeding all the trials that came into your life. Another track that i really really like in the album. Plus that bassline and guitar riffs, soooooo likey!

10. Higher – As the album ends, this is the perfect track to close the album. not too loud, not too heavy. Instead we are treated to the inspirational track that is we aim to our goals and aspirations in life. Just like lifting ourselves higher to reach them.

So yeah, Life of a champion is currently available in CD format via meetups on Quest’s Facebook Page. You can purchase the album c/o Quest himself. At the moment, he’s setting up places for personal meetups if you would like to purchase the album. I’d highly recommend you guys to buy the album and instead of leaving after buying, stay awhile and chat with Quest. Promise, no dull moment and very friendly i may say.

As he also mentioned, it will be out soon digitally (via Spotify, iTunes and other digital formats) for now, the only higher chance to buy the album is to meet up with him personally as thee are still no plans yet to be released on the record bars (you know how indie music works)

I’d give this one a 5 out of 5

You can also have the album signed personally by him (i bought 2 copies) and you get to do this:

quest meetup

Or even this

quest

Here’s a teaser of the tracks from the album (c/o Quest)

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2015: A look back at OPM music (Mixtape #1)

I’m back with the local mixtape for 2015. Please do note that there is no certain position on the songs that i included in the mixtape. I just simply placed all the tracks into one folder and this is in no particular order:

1. Tide / Edit – Afloat – Taken from their sophomore album Lightfoot, Ths is the last track in the album and it is a fitting end to close the album. I recommend you to get their album. Will be posting a review in this site sometime January next year

2. Mongols – Case Logic – An old track from the post eraserheads/pre-mongols/pre-pupil era. An old track from Dizzy Ventura, found their sample cd in the vaults.

3. Autotelic – Dahilan – One of the breakthrough artists last year. This track proves why they need to be noticed and listened to.

4. KR – Gift of flight – Yup, this is an instrumental track from one of my friends who is now based in Australia. The light guitars at the start then blows into a happy happy joy joy track. I recommend you get his soundscape diaries album.

5. Ebe Dancel – Hanggang wala nang bukas – New album dropped in around early December this year plus it’s Ebe Dancel. No questions. Good thing he’s back after a long period of rest. Now if Sugarfree can reunite….

6. Champ Lui Pio – Hanging Habagat – Speaking of reunited, this is an old track from the lead vocalist of Hale (which disbanded, then got back this year)

7. Stereodeal – Hypertime – Aids, i stand errected corrected. I always tell you that The Spin is my favorite song from you guys. But after hearing the whole Singularity album, this track has begun growing on me. and it’s up par with spin already. Guys, go get this album. Worth every track.

8. Franco – I want you – Re-recorded track way back from InYo days (not sure if this has been done on Frank! days) nevertheless, waiting for a new full length album from them hopefully by 2016.

9. Indio I – Di mo lang alam – An old track, LSS in my head. Must share the LSS

10. PARD – Kwek Kwek – Guys from bubble gang sings about pek err kwek kwek. A native streetfood in the Philippines. That R&B sound with witty lyrics stands out in the song.

11. Sandwich – Kagulo – Kagulo! wag kang magulo. The new album lives up to it’s expectations.

12. Assembly Generals – Kontrabida – A side project of Raimund Marasigan, this fuses killer beats with lyrics that oerfectly fits every song in the album. Definitely a must buy.

13. Squid 9 – Lason – Well, another Marasigan side project that has been in hiatus for years. The new album is what you’ve expect from the man himself. Beats, rapping and and highly addictive and infectious tracks from the new album.

14. Luis Azcona – Kilometro – Sarah Geronimo’s version was ok but this one got me hooked on the song. A cover of the pop song with an acoustic and serious twist.

15 Silent Sanctuary – Meron nang iba – the kings of laslas pulso songs are back with this track. Sure the album that came with this track is 2 years ago, still this song stands out from monodramatic.

16. Sugarfree – Pugad – As i was mentioning about sugarfree earlier, one of the bonus tracks from their Dramachine album. Ahhh… Sugarfree….

17. Pupil – Rain – As i mentioned in my post almost a year ago, Zilch hasn’t been out and been waiting for it. And the album doesn’t disappoint. Pupil’s Zilch is so far the heaviest album in terms of guitars and drums. This track is my pick for Zilch.

18. Letter Day Story – Sama Sama – Again an old track and got their album for a mere 50 bucks (yup, sad year as the OPM cd’s came in to a close) tried spinning it and not bad. Still looking for their debut ep Sulat, Araw, Kwento.

19. Hale – See you – As mentioned earlier, the hale boys are back. Cause i see you…. Looking more tracks from them. So far, they have only released an EP online.

20. Rico Blanco – Sorry Naman – Sorry, Sorry naman. Was a fan of Rico way back in rivermaya days, to solo, then Fiesto bandido (to be honest, fiesto wasn’t my personal favorite) and after hearing videoke queen, i told myself finally he’s back to his old self, back to basics. Ad that is what the title of the album says as well. I’m calling it, this is the next single from the Dating Gawi album. another must buy album.

21. DRT – Tao – An old track, a revival track, a superband. Wondering where they are now?

To get the mixtape, 2015 OPM mixtape. As always, please support OPM as the current state of physical cd releases are dwindling down. Please please if you like the artist, support them.

 

Hey~

It’s been a while since i last posted. Been busy the whole year.

how are you guys and girls doing?

Have no fear, year end post will be coming in as this is a tradition on my personal site.

oh and yeah, we got alot of catching up to do.

 

Album Review – Singularity by Stereodeal

Singularity by Stereodeal (Image taken from their website www.stereodealmusic.com)

Yay! new year, new music to watch out and the first album review for this year. What a great way to start the new year with the first offering from a band that has been in the industry for a few years now. To be honest, i have already jammed with 2 of the pioneer members, doing covers that ranges from Death Cab for Cutie, to The Strokes and even Bloc Party.

Fast forward to a few years after, after a few lineup  changes and anticipation buildup, they have finally released their first album independently. Yep, Stereodeal’s Singularity is now unleashed and no biased opinion here, this is one of the albums i have been waiting since last year alongside Peso Movement, The Purplechickens, Autotelic and Tide/Edit just to name a few.

Stereodeal is composed of Adrian on Vocals, Dax G on Bass, Marie on Drums and Dax B on additional guitars and synths. Their debut album entitled “Singularity” is composed of 8 tracks and here they are:

Relentless – It starts of with the wailing guitar riffs, head bobbing drumrolls, tripnotic synth and a groovy bass, Relentless will make your head bang while getting hooked into the whole song progression. Wait for the solo part at the middle that will remind you of Russell’s solo leads. A great opener for the album

Grundy – From the first riff, it reminds me again of Bloc Party but don’t that fool you. This track has this fast-paced beat all the first part of the song, Until it suddenly slows down, then slowly pics up the pace throughout the song, then for the last part, the outro solo is so damn good. One of the gems to watch out in the album.

The Spin – This may have a few revisions from the first time i heard it a few years ago, it still keep up to my expectation. This time it has gotten better then the previous versions. Upon listening, you will get hooked singing “Hang on to what you want, hang on to what you need” until “This time we’ll spin around again, we go down down down down…” So far for the third track of the album, it still keeps up the fast pace theme of the whole album experience.

August – A slow song? What? why is it still good? If you have heard pieces of bloc-party inspired leads and solos from the first 3 tracks, this time you’ll hear influences from Death Cab for Cutie. Watch out for that epic buildup towards the ending part of the song.

New Jersey – Another personal favorite of mine from the album, New Jersey’s bass is so soothing, the song is perfect for slow driving (believe me, this is tried and tested while driving al0ng Skyway or SLEX) The song doesn’t have any killer guitar solos or intense-driven riffs but instead, the simplicity of the song is what i liked from this track. Another one to watch out.

01000011 – Also called binary, another slow song from the start, then picks up at the middle but still keeping the harmony of the song. Binary will have you set that repeat mode over and over again. Perfect song after New Jersey. Oh and yes this is a love song.

Hush – This is where it gets interesting. From the starts, haunting synths alongside Adrian’s vocals starts of this song. To be honest, it is effective and sounds like a stalker-song. Maybe because of the way the song was sang? heheh! but then again, we are treated with something different at the end part. Hush up and listen to this semi-techno track.

Hypertime – A perfect way to end the album…. Slow and strong in the middle and then slowing down again up until the end. Again, one of my personal favorites in the album. To be honest, this dodn’t grew on me befor…. up until now…. aand i take that back.

Overall, Stereodeal sounds fresh, some new to check and some good to listen to. Definitely a must pick-up album for this year. If you don’t have a copy yet, go support the band and buy the physical album via their website at www.stereodealmusic.com

You can also purchase it digitally via bandcamp or itunes.

Again this is one of the must have albums for 2015. I suggest (actually order) you guys and girls to go out and buy Singularity.

Foreign Mixtape 2014

And back with the second part which is the foreign mixtape. I’ve been listening to some foreign as well in the past year. Most are instrumentals, post math rock and j-rock to name a few. Nit sure but my fondness and interest in post math rock fascinated me. Oh and there are a couple of anime soundtrack as well in the list.

Here they are:

  • D by 44°+ – A Japanese post math rock band that is new in the scene, these guys may have a weird band name, but their music is not. Go grab their debut album.
  • Birden by ????? featuring Arnor Dan – The first song taken from the anime Zankyou no terror, this piece of gem fits perfectly with the series mood and story theme. I recommend you guys to watch the anime as well and see how they perfectly fitted this song in the series. Such emotions.
  • O by Coldplay – Taken from their Ghost Stories album, this has to be my pick for the album. So slow, so soft, so heartfelt, so good. oh and i almost forgot, so soothing…
  • Parade by How to count from one to ten – Another post math rock band from Japan, i love how the guitars were perfectly played in the song alongside with the tune. Always a happy song to listen to.
  • Abnormalize by ?????? (rin tosite shigure) – Taken from Psycho Pass season 1 anime, i chose this one instead of Enigmatic Feeling because i love the build of the song. The guitar leads and the last part was so tight, i love it.
  • Guilty all the same by Linkin Park – Taken from their latest album, the band have already departed from their sound since their first album up until the last one. Honestly after Minutes to Midnight, i lost interest in the band, But after hearing the materials in the hunting party, my faith has been restored. Finally, guitar solos! oh and yeah, this is the album that should in between Meteora and Minutes to Midnight.
  • Rude by Magic! – Why you gotta be so ruuude….. Something to slow up and feel relaxed upon listening. Plus it has some catchy grooves. Ruuuudddeee
  • Absinthe party at the fly honey warehouse by Minus the Bear – Even though the band has been out for a while, i got hooked to them after listening to this track. Everything is so good i highly recommend them guys.
  • Cleaveland on the Square by Nomads – Another post math rock band this time from the US, don’t be fooled by this 3 piece band, they have a solid and tight set when they play. Another recommended band to hear.
  • Out of Control by Nothing’s Carved in stone – Taken from the Psycho Pass anime, expect some dance-able beats, upbeat synths, funky slapping bass that will make you dance a little most especially at the chorus part. Haaaaapy Meeaaal!
  • Geronimo by Sheppard – You know what comes into my mind whenever i heat this song? Dr Who! Geronimo! say geronimo!
  • Wake Up! by Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra feat. Asian Kung-Fu Generation – The only AJIKAN entry this year for the playlist, it also includes Tokyo SkaPara in the song (actually this is a tokyo ska song with ajikan included) so yeah enjoy and Wake Up!
  • Everything Changes by  ?????? (uchu conbini) – Math rock / Math pop if you can categorize it on the pop genre, another must listen band from the land of the rising sun. It features complex time signatures and yet harmoniously blends in properly.
  • Snow White by Wot Gorilla? – An England based Math Pop Progressive Rock that sounds like Claudio of Coheed and Cambria, this band needs more exposure in the wild. See how man genres they are trying to mix in? The beats almost changes but still, that’s the beauty of math rock and progressive rock, they all still blend.
  • nc17 by ????? – Another instrumental track taken from Zankyou no terror, this time the pace is a little bit faster. The intensity builds up on the middle part while the piano part disappears and a heavy guitar riff is being played. Me likey!

You can get the mixtape for a limited time here

OPM Mixtape for 2014

It’s that time of the year again wherein we have to say goodbye to the year that was a look forward to the new year (yeah, that death cab for cutie song will be playing on my speakers again later) and with that i give you my present for the year, the mixtapes. I have compiled here 15 songs that has been a part of my playlist whether in the car, at work or here at home. i have to agree that the local music scene still has some quite impressive material yet to be heard out in the wild. No offense but good thing the K-Pop fever is now lowering down.

Either way, here the list in no particular order:

  • Jet Blue Sky by Basti Artadi – The solo offering from the frontman of Wolfgang, this time he takes on a rock/bluessy genre. One of the best tracks from the album.
  • Race with destiny by Dark Crayola – Take one part Dragonforce, one part malmsteen leads and that harmonizing 2 guitar solos plus drumbeats what this infectious, bass lines that are groovy at one part and the vocals and what you have is dark crayola’s first single that promises alot from the band.
  • 1995 by Eraserheads – Well well well, this was a surprise this year. Yup, the Eraserheads’ new songs on almost years from being apart has been unleashed. Enjoy and relive 1995
  • A mass for the end of time by Inyo – Why choose this version instead of the superband version? in my own preference i like the inyo mixes better. They are raw sounding and no fancy shmancy distortions. Thus, this is better in my opinion. But hey, it still has Franco on vocals.
  • If you’re not here by Kamikazee – Technically, it’s kamikazee who is playing the instruments and Chris Padilla of Hilera and Steve Badiola of Typecast doing vocal duties (and a little of Jay in the background) this is how you revive an old Menudo song.
  • Halina by Malay – I liked this version better than the original because it’s more uplifting and nice to hear. The choir vocal arrangement at the middle part has got to be the best part, alongside with the sounding bells.
  • Tayo na lang dalawa by Mayonnaise – Latest album from the band. Not sure if they went on indie but with the new lineup, the sound improved from the previous offerings. way totally different from PULA. Kudos to Monty and the band.
  • Here we are here we go by Paranoid City – Synths…. LSS lyrics and groovy beat made this one on my list. Here we are here we are here we go!
  • Pwersa ng Iisa by Peso Movement – Dirty rock at it’s finest. Yes, this one is a sleeper hit this year for all of you rockers out there. Raw sound and a message that is powerful that refers to the local music scene, this is one of the best albums to have been out this year.
  • TNT by Pupil – Until zilch comes out early January of 2015, this has been playing on my headphones for quite sometime in 2014.
  • Back for more by Sandwich – Another product of the Eraserheads, They are back for more. Oh and yes, new album early next year as well.
  • Relentless by Stereodeal – They are coming up with their debut album this coming January and they will have an album launch at Route 196. Here’s one of their early mixes of their songs released in the middle of 2014 and can’t wait to hear the full album when it comes out.
  • Odd & Even by Tide/Edit – Math rock is not hat mainstream here but after hearing these guys, you’ll find influences of toe in their early recordings but for this track, you’ll finally distinguish and set them apart from toe. A must buy album and i highly recommend this one.
  • Reverend’s Daughter by Typecast – Emo? no more. Guaranteed to make you headbang while driving or at work
  • Hover by Urbandub – Catchy guitar riffs, nice message and of course, it’s one of Cebu’s finest. Urbandub!

Download the mixtape here.

Album Review: Tide / Edit – Foreign Languages

Foreign Languages (photo taken from tide / edit's facebook page)

Once in a while we have those bands that have been in the limelight for a few years, others are one hit wonders, and there are one’s that we have never heard before because the market of the said genre is not that well known yet in the local music industry.

While we have your old bands reuniting, teeny boppers singing revival songs, there are also those acts that we can consider a gem. Rare, raw, exciting and something against the flow.

Tide / Edit has been around in the music industry not that long but boy, their type of music is something refreshing and new to the listeners. Postrock or Mathrock is not that well known yet here but thanks to the different bands that are in the same genre (Toe, Enemies, Te’ Explosions in the sky and Mouse on the keys) it’s getting more known nowadays. And  have to say, Tide / Edit’s uniqueness got me into them.

Their latest offering Foreign Languages is no question one of the must have albums of 2014. Although the have earlier releases already (got the Ideas EP, digital release of Foreign Languages and their earlier recordings via bandcamp) and i have to say all of them are superb releases.

Let’s start dissecting the album:

The physical album (which i believe on the album launch has 100 physical copies while on the second run, ran only on a limited quantity) looks nice, great and well done. why?

The album itself comes in a cassette-like case

album inlay

Yup, that is the album... in cassette-like usb disk

Thus the physical copy concept is unique and cool.

Now, on to the tracks. There are 12 tracks on the album (well 2 are somewhat fillers) and they are listed as below:

1. Ten – Nice track to open up the album. Not that faced paced but catchy enough to be stucked in your head for quite sometime. Liked the crunchy sound of the telecaster on this track. Drums get a bit heavier on the middle part but it’s a good setup for the last part of the song.

2. Always Right, Never left – Something fast-paced from the band. The bass stands out from this track.

3. Another Yes – Yes, another fast paced track from the album. This time showcasing the drummer’s ability to do some rolls and fill in the whole track.

4. Dog Years – At the first part of the song, i though, is this something like a shoegaze track from the band? Then as the song progressed, in my opinion, yes it can be a shoegaze track but with Mathrock elements.

5. Was it a cat i saw? – One of the filler tracks of the album. This one is done using an acoustic guitar. Unplugged and soothing.

6. Odd & Even – This is one of the tracks that i personally liked in the album. Why i say that? Because i liked the progression of the overall song. It starts out slow, then after the 1:15 mark, everything starts to get fast and the instruments pick up the pace until it goes to the end of the song. Oh and did i mention that they did some nice ending riffs on this track?

7. Nicholas – An upbeat song that starts with claps and then goes into the instruments. Then that again, crunchy riff at the middle part combined with the lead guitar, groovy bass and shuffling drums, this is also one of the tracks i personally liked in the album.

8. I’m angry too – Well for starters the track sounds soft right? well, until you get to the middle part, it get’s angry… then soft again…. then angry again on the ending part.

9. Technicolor – Dance as the band would say. They would like you to get up on your feet and dance!

10. Haiyan – Titled probably after the typhoon that wreaked havoc on the Philippines (local name Yolanda) this is one of the softer tracks emphasizing the calmness yet strong attack on the drums, reminding the listeners that no matter how calm it can be, it can be strong on the inside.

11. Was it a rat i saw? – The other filler track of the album. Also in acoustic guitar approach.

12. Northernmost – The last track in the album and probably in my opinion, the toe inspired track of them in the album. If you are not familiar with what band im saying, please do yourself a a favor and listen to Toe. It sounds like one of their track but i won’t mentioned what it is. Nevertheless, it has that Tide / Edit feel into it thus it makes it more different approach and for that, good job guys!

Overall, Foreign Languages is one of those albums that is considered a gem in the local music industry. Thanks to these guys, they are giving out a breath of fresh air from the common tunes that we are currently listening to nowadays while at the same time, introduces the listeners that in order to make a song, you don’t need to make lyrics, just listen, have fun playing and enjoy.

I’ll give a 5 out of 5 for this album.

Foreign Languages as well as other tide / edit albums are available at their bandcamp page. Yo can also buy it on iTunes and Amazon as well as stream it on Spotify.

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Next up: looking forward to get my hands on the following albums by end of year:

  • Purplechickens – Halang
  • Peso Movement –  The Gentle sound of chaos (already pre-ordered it, have the digital tracks, waiting for the physical copy)
  • Halik Ni Gringo – The call of Booty
  • Radioactive Sago Project – ang itlog at ang demonyo
  • Stereodeal – Singularity (not sure about the title but this has been popping in their pages recently)

Three of Three (Year-end post)

A few hours before 2013 ends and we welcome in 2014, It’s been a busy year for me thus the lack of blogposts.

So for the past year, here’s the rundown on what happened to me

  • Released a few games for the android from the former company i have been working on
  • Playing the guitar again, making new tunes
  • Changed company (from Menue to Tose Philippines) kick-ass game company
  • Working on some top-secret games that i never imagined to work on
  • Been techie this year (2 phone changes)
  • Added game backlogs (not sure if a good thing or bad thing)
  • Celebrated the first birthday of our daughter Mary Charisse
  • Passports for my 2 lovely ladies
  • Business travel to Thailand
  • Met with the manager of their local version of one direction
  • Helped the Haiyan (Yolanda) typhoon victims in one way
  • Achievement unlocked: Long drive (Cavite to Laiya to Manila)
  • Blessings galore
  • Jammed again with my brothers at Mushtards
  • Went back to Saguijo to play again
  • Won in a raffle (PS Vita)
  • Enjoying life as it is

This 2014, i’ll make my bucketlist and hope to achieve them within the year

  • More blessings to my family
  • Good health
  • Blog more (like before)
  • Find time to relax and leave all worries behind
  • Remove negativity
  • Be able to travel outside the country with my family and love ones
  • Acquire a new guitar (i’m eyeing on you, Telecaster)
  • Compose new materials for Mushtards and a new unnamed yet band  that is more on the alternative side (exciting)
  • Save up money
  • Produce more games (not only for handheld but if possible, consoles and next-gen consoles)
  • Setup my own mini recording gear (PC, descent microphone and mixer to start it with)
  • Hopefully, PS4 by end of year
  • More good vibes and more adventures along the way

Happy New Year to each and everyone! Let’s all welcome in the new year with our heads held high and looking as always positive!

Two of Three (Year-end post: Foreign Mixtape)

And here comes the second part. Same rules as before.

Take note that foreign can include whatever song from other countries (Japan, Korean, Chinese, Russian and the likes) but to be honest, not a fan of K-POP. Sorry but the mixtape is k-pop free but do expect from time to time J-Rock. Some of them may not be new but hey, it still rocks!

So in no particular order, here are the tracks in the mixtape:

  • Audiovent – The Energy
  • Ben Howard – Further Away
  • Cinema Staff – Great Escape
  • Daft Punk feat. Pharell – Get Lucky
  • Default – Wasting my time
  • Dishwalla – Somewhere in the middle
  • Eminem – Rap God
  • Enemies – Unit Shifter
  • Foo Fighters – Everlong
  • Granrodeo – Rimfire
  • Limpbizkit feat. Lil wayne – Ready 2 go
  • One OK Rock – The Beginning
  • Robin Thicke feat Pharell and T.I. – Blurred Lines
  • Taylor Swift feat. Gary Lightbrody – The last time
  • Vintage 1950’s ft. The Tee-Tones – We Can’t Stop (Doo Wop Miley Cyrus Cover)
  • Yellowcard – Always Summer
  • Young the Giant – Cough Syrup

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