Friday, June 01, 2018

The Andy M iTouch and I am back.... PART II

 As the four, that's as many people that actually read it, of you know, I have over 2100+ songs on my iTouch. here they are (PART II) and a line or two on explaining why.  Start 'judging' and critiquing the songs on this list in 3, 2, 1, GO!!!

Name- Goo Goo Dolls "I think about you all the time." 

Nasty- Janet Jackson "No my first name ain't BABY, It's Janet, Ms. Jackson if you're nasty."

Naughty Naughty- John Parr Just a great 80s song!

Negative creep- Nirvana I was NOT a big fan of these guys in the early 90s, mainly because they killed the music I liked. BUT I was looking for a song from them that I liked and accidentally downloaded this one. FYI- I love it and kept it.

Neon nights- Black Sabbath I didn't appreciate this song and how GREAT it was until the last 10 years BUT I ALWAYS thought the album cover that my brother had on his wall was really cool!

Never- Heart Rollingskating in 1985-86 that was held in our EFFIN' GYM!

Never As Good As The First Time- Sade Well she is 98% right on this...

Never Enough- LA Guns Reminds me of TRYING to be cool in the late 80s...

Never Say Die- Black Sabbath The last album with Ozzy singing for Black Sabbath. Sirus radio played this a few times and I downloaded it immediately! 

Never Say Goodbye- Bon Jovi Just like the song EVEN though I REALLY don't like Jon.

New Favorite- Alison Krauss and Union Station God she can sing!

New Frontier- Donald Fagen A song from the early 80's that reminds me of going to Hysol (where my dad worked) after hours and playing around while my dad worked....

New Kid in Town- Eagles Part of the soundtrack of going to and from Ohio in the 70s.

The New Pollution- Beck One from my 106.5 days...

New Sensation- INXS "LIVE BABY LIVE!"

New World Man- Rush "Learning to match the beat of the old world man, learning to catch the heat of the third world man."

New York Groove- Ace Frehley One of the songs from, in my humble opinion, the best of the KISS solo albums. I felt that way in the 80's when I first listened to this and I still do to this day.

Night And Day- Frank Sinatra Soakin' in the tub with a cold one when I lived in WI.

Night Moves- Bob Seger "I used her and she used me and neither cared, we were getting our share."

The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down- The Band I'm NOT here to debate the Confederate flag or anything! I LOVE this song because it's about someone that was on the Confederate side of the war and the pain he has suffered being on the losing end of war...

Night Train- Guns 'n Roses From one of the BEST RAUNCH-n-Roll albums EVVVVVVER!!! HA!!! I always think of Billy M. going to the Monsters of Rock concert and in the middle of the concert, being pulled out of the crowd by security and taken to the ER to have his stomach pumped.. All because he heard this song and wanted to drink NIGHT TRAIN wine...... Poor little 8th grader NEVER had a chance!!! HA!!

No Alibis- Eric Clapton A great song from a guitar GOD!

No More Mr. Nice Guy- Alice Cooper Was exposed to this song when I saw this.

No One Is To Blame- Howard Jones "You can look at the menu but you just can't eat."

No One Knows- Queens Of The Stone Age A song from my latter days at 106.5.

No One Like You- Scorpions A classic song from a NOT SO classic band. This is on the good ol' iTouch because I TOTALLY remember the video being played on MTV.

No One To Run With- The Allman Brothers Band This is what happens when you and your friends get older and in most cases WISER.

No Ordinary Love- Sade The first Sade song that was hook, line and sinker for me!

No Ordinary Love [Live]- Sade (READ COMMENT ABOVE)

No Rain- Blind Melon Hello mid 90s!

No Reply At All- Genesis Yeah I like these guys! SO WHAT?!?!?!?

No Sugar Tonight- The Guess Who My brother borrowed their 'Greatest Hits' cassette tape  and I heard this and other Guess Who songs to, from and WHILE IN Ohio... So they are ingrained in my brain. 1986 or 87 was the year....

No Smoke Without a Fire- Bad Company One that I start singing to myself when I am lighting a fire and I don't see a flame but I do see smoke...

No Such Thing- John Mayer The year was 2002 and I met a girl, Kelly, and she lived by my parents in CA.. So I went out there to 'visit'. Needless to say, I had a great time and John was one of her favorite artists.

No Time- The Guess Who Read the comment three up.

No Woman No Cry (Live)- Bob Marley and The Wailers Reminds more of the summer of 1995 when I was young, tan and built like a GREEK GOD. I was a life guard you see!!!!

No, No, No- Kiss I so remember being sooooooooo excited in 1987 when this album came out.

No Particular Place To Go- Chuck Berry "Cruizin' around in my automobile."

Nobody's Fool- Cinderella Trying to be cool with all my older brother's friends in 1986.

Nocturne- Rush Just love this album and this band. 

Nookie- Limp Bizkit I CANNOT say that I have NEVER been this guy.

Not An Addict- K's Choice One from my 106.5 days.

Not That Kind Of Love- Alice Cooper "Come here pretty."

Nothin' At All- Heart The time of rollerskating in our freakin' elementary gym!

Nothing Can Come Between Us- Sade I LOVE me some Sade!

Nothing Compares to You- Sinead O'Conner This will ALWAYS remind me of one of my very good friend's telling about 'issues' he had with his on and off girlfriend back in high school...

Novocaine For The Soul- Eels One from my 106.5 days.

Now It's Dark- Anthrax Old speed metal is good for the soul and ANTHRAX is GREAT for the soul!

Now You're Gone- Whitesnake Just a goody from an old 80s hair band.

The Number Of The Beast- Iron Maiden Early 80s British metal RULES!

O Holy Night- Johnny Mathis- Reminds me of Bob and Mary Cawley's (grandparents) house around Christmas...

O Holy Night- Perry Como My Grandma Cawley LOVED Perry and there was a "Perry Como in Ireland for Christmas" special on TV. Poor Perry was looking VERY old and he had to have help singing this song BUT Grandma didn't care because it was Perry!

O Little Town Of Bethlehem- Frank Sinatra One that ALWAYS reminds me of Christmas at grandpa and grandma Cawley's house.

The Ocean- Led Zeppelin How can you go wrong with ANYTHING these guys did???

Of Wolf And Man- Metallica Todd H. and Bob C. stopped by our house in 91. If I remember correctly, they were heading to FL.. Anyways, Todd played me the NEW Metallica CD and this was one of the songs.

Oh Father- Madonna A song that reminds me and others staying at Mike C's house. One of them was Kara Beth H. and I will NEVER forget her saying to others at the kitchen table while I 'acted' like I was sleeping in the other room, that I tried to 'extra curricular' stuff with her!! I was HORRIFIED that she freakin LIED and it STILL fires me up 20+ years later!!!!

The Old Apartment- Bare Naked Ladies Makes me think of the old places I have lived in my life so far and it makes me reminisce about them...

On Again Tonight- Trent Willmon HA! Hello BOOTY CALL!

On Fire- Van Halen One of the few songs I like from an OVERLY played debut album.

On The Turning Away- Pink Floyd "Don't accept that what's happening is just a case of 'others' suffering."

Once In A Lifetime- Keith Urban Yeah I know but I like some of his songs.

Once In A Lifetime- Talking Heads I still swear to this day, that the 5150 dance came from this video.

Once You've Loved Somebody- The Dixie Chicks "Borrowing"my sister in laws car while her and my brother were on their honeymoon. FYI- This was in the CD player.

One- Mary J Blidge and U2 ONE of the BEST breakup songs ever and Mary can SING!

One- U2 "Did I disappoint you?"

One (LIVE)- U2 "You gave me nothing now it's all I got."

One For My Baby- Frank Sinatra Soaking in a bath tub in WI. with a beer and some music on a cd. This is the time I started listening to good ol' blue eyes.

One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer- George Thorogood- A classic song about getting drunk to forget about all of your troubles just until you get sober again.

The One I Love- R.E.M. AHHHHHH the good ol' days at C.C.H.S (Charlotte Catholic High School)

One is the Loneliest Number- Three Dog Night Just a random song that I like.

One Little Victory- Rush From, in my humble opinion, a GREAT album.

One Love/People Get Ready- Bob Marley and The Wailers "Let's get together and feel alright."

One More Night- Phil Collins I must admit, I like Phil and his receding hair line.

One More Round-Love/Hate GREAT BALLS OF FIRE, My friends and I played the H@LL out of this CD.

One Of These Days- Pink Floyd  Really wasn't into them probably because the classic rock station down here over played them, but was turned on to them when I watched Live at Pompeii

One Of These Nights- Eagles Going to Ohio and swimming at my Nana and Russ's pool.

One On One- Hall and Oates Parking the Toyota truck someone let me borrow and doing some crazy stuff with a girl on a road off the 5 mile in Allegany. FYI- This song came on the radio....

One Step Beyond- Madness I remember MTV played this video in a PROMO in the early days of the channel.

The One Thing- INXS Another one MTV played A LOT when we first got cable in 1982....

One Thing Leads To Another- The Fixx Just an 80's song that I like.

One Tree Hill- U2 From a MUST HAVE album for ANY U2 fans.

One Way Or Another- Blondie Good ol, Debbie!!!! This song, and other Blondie songs, reminds me of pops taking us to Gettysburg and Washington, DC in 1981 I think...

One Way Out- The Allman Brothers Band "Lord I just can't go out that door."

One Way To Rock- Sammy Hagar Well there is!

One Way To Rock (LIVE)- Van Halen They opened with this on the "LIVE WITHOUT A NET" VHS that Dave D. and Pat V. let me dub from them.

One World- Anthrax I was exposed to these guys in 86 by my brother and this song reminds me of trying to be cool and spreading the GOSPEL according to ANTHRAX!

Only the lonely- The Motels "All I know is it makes me feel good now."

Only Time Will Tell- Asia Reminds me of the early 80's and my brothers friends Jimmy K., Mike D., Mike K., Dennis O. and Dave S. spending the night at our house in Allegany. 

Open Letter To A Landlord- Living Colour ALL I KNOW is that these guys ROCK!

Open Up Your Eyes- Tonic Interning at 106.5 and being 22!

Open Your Heart- Madonna This song ALWAYS reminds me of Tara M.. Let's just say she liked me A LOT. To the point of leaving me messages in my locker and waiting outside my house to ask me to prom. All the while making my mom cry because there was a strange girl outside of the house waiting for me to come home from school.

Operation Spirit (The Tyranny of Tradition)- Live This came out BEFORE I worked at 106.5 and kinda started my love for 'alternative music'.

Operation: Mindcrime- Queensrÿche I love the beginning when the phone rings and the voice says "MINDCRIME"!

Ordinary Average Guy- Joe Walsh I remember the classic rock stations down here playing it A LOT in 1991 and to be a little part in saying they helped resurrect the career of Joe.

Our Father- Extreme Driving down I90 after a very bad encounter. 

Out Of Sight, Out Of Mind- Anthrax "It was yours but now it's mine."

Out Of The Cradle- Rush I just love these guys.

Out Of Touch- Hall and Oates Yeah but they did have some great songs and this was one of them.

Out On The Tiles- Led Zeppelin Heard a version of this song on a reality show about old rockers creating a super band on VH1.

Out ta get me- Guns 'n Roses "I'm EFFIN' innocent."

Outsider- Ramones GOOD OL' classic punk rock.

Over My Head- Fleetwood Mac Going to the Bradford mall in the early 80s.

Over The Mountain- Ozzy Osbourne Just a flat out ROCKIN' song!

Owner of a Lonely Heart- Yes Hangin' out with the Prey twins.

Oye Como Va- Santana I loved this song but I had NO IDEA what they were saying but when A Mexican Princess AKA Soraya and I were dating, She told me what they were saying. KRIPES I can tell you exactly were we were when she told me.... 

Ozone- Ace Frehley  One from the BEST solo albums Kiss DID!

Pain Lies By The Riverside- Live "And the guilt that hangs your neck , has got me locked up in a cage."

Panama- Van Halen "Reach between my legs and ease the seat back." As a kid I didn't know what that meant, but now I do! 

Papa Don't Preach- Madonna She is so easy, I and others are good with that.

Paper in Fire-John Cougar Mellencamp Sure he is 'off the reservation' on things but he did have some great songs.

Paperlate- Genesis So the audio jack in my car that I use to listen to my iTouch bit the dust. So I HAD to listen to the radio until the part came in so I could fix it, and there is this station that plays odd classic rock and this song came on and I had no idea what was being sung but I liked the song.... Oh I had to GOOGLE it to find out what the hell they were saying.

Paradise- Sade "Give you the world if it was mine."

Paradise / Nothing Can Come Between Us [Live]- Sade   READ ABOVE COMMENT!

Paradise By The Dashboard Lights- Meatloaf "OK, here we go, we've got a real pressure cooker going here, Two down, nobody on, no score, bottom of the ninth."

Parasite- Anthrax This is a Kiss cover but this version just ROCKS!

Paradise City- Guns 'n Roses "Where the grass green and the girls are pretty."

Party All Night- Quiet Riot When videos on Mtv actually mattered.

A Passage To Bangkok [Live]- Rush This song is NOT PC, just listen to the drums in the beginning.

The Passager- Iggy Pop A guy I follow on Google + posted this song and after hearing it, I DOWNLOADED!!!!!

Peace Frog-The Doors I just love the organ riff. 

Peace Sells- Megadeth "It's still WE THE PEOPLE right?"

Peaceable Kingdom- Rush I think by now, you know that I love these guys.

Peaceful, Easy Feeling- Eagles  A chill out song at it's best.

Peaches- The Presidents of the United States of America "Peaches come in a can, they were put there by a man."

Peek-A-Boo- Siouxsie and The Banshees The Kelly T. song, she was alternative just like Siouxsie was.

Peg- Steely Dan Just like the song and the funky drums and bass.

Pencil Thin Mustache- Jimmy Buffett Listening to this while Boike and I drove up (Astro van) to Piedmont to watch our friends Mike C. and Blake T. play baseball in 92. 

Pepper- Butthole Surfers "That's pourin' like an avalanche comin' down the mountain." 

The Perfect Drug- Nine Inch Nails  One from my 106.5 days. 

Perfect Timing- David Lee Roth Sorry DLR fans but I like this song and album. Reminds me of eating lunch with the cool kids in 8th grade.

Personal Jesus- Depeche Mode "REACH OUT, TOUCH ME."

Pets- Porno For Pyros One from my 106.5 days.

Philadelphia Freedom- Elton John Mom and I walking up to Super Duper grocery store and her buying me a M and Ms cookie because I was good in the store.

Photograph- Def Leppard Just a rockin' song.

Phyliss- Gran Torino A very obscure band that I dug in college.

Pickin' Wild Flowers- Keith Anderson "I got Tom Petty playin' in my Silverado and I iced down a six pack."

Picture- Sheryl Crow and Kid Rock "I wish I had a good girl to miss me."

Pictures of You- The Cure Heard this one on an HP (Hewlett Packard) commercial of all places and downloaded right away.

Piece Of Your Action- Mötley Crüe " Tight action, rear traction, so hot, you really blow me away."

Pigs (Three Different Ones) Pink Floyd One time when my cousin Chris and I were just hanging out on his patio, I showed him this picture of a Pink Floyd concert in 1977 at Cleveland Stadium and he chuckled and said "Yeah I was at that show." When ever I hear this song I think of that moment. "HAHAcharade you are"

Pinball Wizard- The Who a CLASSIC from these guys and yes, I do some air guitar when this song starts.

Pinhead- Ramones "GABBA GABBA HEY!"

Play Something Country- Brooks and Dunn One that they used to play on Sirius and I liked it. 

Play That Funky Music- Wild Cherry A staple for any pastie white boy like I am. 

Pleasant Valley Sunday- The Monkees A song I dug when Mtv started re airing the series in the 80s.

Please Do Not Go- Violent Femmes A song from a great alternative album.

Please Send Me Someone To Love- Sade I think by now, you know that I love this woman.

Point Of Know Return- Kansas Just a song from the 70s that I like. 

The Politics Of Dancing- Reflex An 80s song that I like.

Pop Muzic- M I remember it like it was yesterday, Christine W. and I were in the same grade. (1st) It was 1979 and we were standing in line to go to art class or something and I was humming this song and she goes "I like that song too". So for the past 30+ years I think of that moment whenever I hear it.

Popular- Nada Surf  "If you just listen to my plan, the Teenage Guide to popularity."

Poundcake- Van Halen The Jennifer H. song!

Pour Some Sugar On Me- Def Leppard A cheese filled song BUT this was a huge hit with the ladies at dances in 87-88...

Pressure- Billy Joel HA!!! I so remember him getting sucked down in a rug when I saw this video.

Pretty Maids All In A Row- Eagles For over 20 years after seeing the 'HELL FREEZES OVER' concert on MTV back in 94, I kinda liked this song and FINALLY downloaded it. It's been interrupted as seeing someone from your past and feeling the same about them as you did then.

Pretty Noose- Soundgarden Going to Rockingham, NC to do a promotion for 106.5. They actually had a Lollapalooza 96 there.

Pride And Joy- Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble DANG, SRV could play!

Prison Sex- Tool In 1993, this was music I have never heard before and it rocked!

Prisoner- Dokken One of many songs I listened to when I was an awkward preteen.

Problem Child- AC/DC Another great song from this FLAT OUT, BALLS TO THE WALL, ROCK'N'ROLL BAND!

Promise- Violent Femmes From a GREAT album. That Kelly and Angie exposed me to. 

Promises, Promises- Naked Eyes Just an 80s song I like.

Prove My Love- Violent Femmes "Third verse same as the first."

Psycho Therapy- Ramones Just a great punk song!

Public Enemy #1- Mötley Crüe  Listening to this in my Mustang with my friends in high school.

Pull Me Under- Dream Theater A song that reminds me of high school.

Purple Rain- Prince I always think of the time when my mom's friend Lynda K. was telling her about how big of trouble her son Jimmy K. was in because he went and saw the movie 'Purple Rain'. It was 'R' rated and he was soooooooo under age...

Purple Rain- Tom Jones and David Gilmore A very RANDOM song by some people you would NOT expect to do this song!!!!! BUT David Gilmore's guitar playing is amazing in it...

Push Come To Shove- Van Halen "Does it seem cold in here to you???"

Queen Of The Reich- Queensrÿche Sorry but Geoff can sing!

Radar For Love- Kiss Sure they are a very simple band but I love them no matter what.

Radio Free Europe- R.E.M. Being exposed to new music like this by the twins, Becky and Gretchen and Angie H and Kelly, when I moved to Charlotte, NC in 1988.

Rag Doll- Aerosmith HA!!!! Will still call one of my friend's old girlfriends this!!!! 2+2=4

Rainbow In The Dark- Dio One I remember that MTV played in the early 80s.

Raining Blood- Slayer I wasn't too much into these guys but my brother had a picture of them on his wall and they looked BAD!!! So they were cool to me!!! I didn't get this song until I played this on my computer one night. 

Ramblin' Gamblin' Man- The Bob Seger System This was Bob's FIRST hit and I like it.

Ramble On- Led Zeppelin- Just a rockin' song from one of the greatest bands EVER!

Rapture- Blondie I remember they were HUGE in the early 80s and were ALWAYS on the radio when we were taking trips.

Raspberry Beret- Prince Remembering hearing this on the radio while working on my train set in the 80s.

Rattlesnake Shake- Mötley Crüe GOOD LORD, I cannot recall how many times we played this in my mom's Ford Probe in the aftermath of hurricane Hugo.

Ready To Go- Republica Reminds me of doing ON SITE promotions for 106.5.

The Real Me- The Who These guys just flat out ROCK!

The Real Me- W.A.S.P A heavier version of this song but the original is still pretty good...

Rear View Mirror- Pearl Jam This song reminds that there are issues in your life that are better seen in your rear view mirror...

Reason To Live- Kiss They were my first concert in 1988, Guess who opened? ANTHRAX! AND it was in Las Vegas! WIN/WIN/WIN right there!

Rebel Yell- Billy Idol "SHE CRIED MORE, MORE, MORE!"

Rebel, Rebel- David Bowie "You've got your mother in a whirl, she's not sure if you're a boy or a girl."

Red Barchetta- Rush Gotta love a song about a monster chasing you in an old Italian car.

Red Hill Mining Town- U2 Just like the song.

Red Neck Yacht Club- Craig Morgan "PARTY BARGE!!!!!!"

Red Rag Top- Tim McGraw EVERYONE has a story about a car and things that happened in it, in thier past.

Red Sector 'A'-Rush Reminds me of driving up to NY with my brother and him playing the live version from "Show of Hands".

Red Skies- The Fixx A VERY underrated band from the 80s.

Redneck Woman- Gretchen Wilson That she is but I like her anyways.

Relax- Franky Goes To Hollywood "Don't do it."

Release Me- Pearl Jam AHHHHHH YES!!!! One from my days at C.C.H.S (Charlotte Catholic high school.

Renegade- Styx I ALWAYS yell like Dennis DeYoung does at the beginning.

Resistance- Queensrÿche Reminds me of junior year in high school and my best friend from Allegany, Mark S., going with me to see them in concert at the NEW Charlotte Coliseum. 

Return Of The Son Of Shoogagoogagunga- Dweezil Zappa My brother came home from college one summer and had this. I love the pop culture reference about Van Halen playing the US festival....

Returning Home- Sammy Hagar The Pat Van. song. He and Dave D. exposed this whole album to me!

Revival- The Allman Brothers Band "Love is everywhere!"

Revolution- The Beatles I remember in the 80's when Nike used this in one of their commercials. EVERYONE had a HISSY FIT and purists were all besides themselves.

Rhiannon- Fleetwood Mac Was on the radio A LOT when we either were going to the Bradford, PA mall or my great uncle Kenny's camp in Eldred, PA.

Revolution Calling- Queensrÿche My brother loved these guys and when this came out, they released on LP first. So my brother got it and played it on my dad's old record player. 

Rhythm Nation- Janet Jackson "WE ARE APART OF A....."

Ride On- AC/DC Women can be very cruel but they have all those curves and NO stop signs!

Ride The Lightning- Metallica How great is thrash metal!?!?! This is example 'A'

Ride The Wind- Poison Not one of their signature songs but I love it just the same.

Riders on the Storm- The Doors A pure CHILL song!

Riff Raff- AC/DC Just a great song from the boys down under.

Right Here Right Now- Jesus Jones Reminds me of our graduation year (92) in high school.

Right Now- Van Halen I remember listening to this when I was all into 'what do I do with my life after high school' and the first thing I needed to do was get motivated to sign up to play roller hockey to get some exercise for the body and next the MIND!

The Right To Rock- Keel A song that was imprinted in my little head when my older brother and his friends listened to this ALL THE TIME in 1985.

Righteous- Eric Johnson He is one of the guitar Gods and very humble too!

Ring Of Fire- Johnny Cash "and it burns...."

Rip And Tear- LA Guns HAIR METAL! Just add Aqua net hair spray!

Rip It Out- Ace Frehley Just a pure ROCK'n'ROLL song!

Rise 'n Shine- Extreme Driving back to Edinburgh, PA where my brother was going to college from Ferdonia, NY after being humiliated and rejected..... 

River of Deceit- Mad Season One from my 106.5 days. I remember being so happy that Layne Staley was doing SOMETHING because he was in really bad shape from years of drugs. 

Roadhouse Blues- The Doors "I woke up this morning and got myself a beer."

Rock And Roll- Led Zeppelin "Been a long time" BEEEEEEEOTCHES!

Rock And Roll Ain't Noise Pollution- AC/DC No it sure as heck isn't.

Rock 'n' Roll Damnation- AC/DC Just one of the many 'Bon era' AC/DC songs the Haver brothers turned me on to.

Rock And Roll Girls- John Fogerty "If I had my way, I'd shuffle off to Buffalo and sit by the lake and watch the world go by."

Rock And Roll Hell- Kiss One from a very under rated album. 

Rock And Roll, Hoochie Koo- Rick Derringer His ONLY hit but I like it no matter what.

Rock Bottom- Kiss "when you hit rock bottom and your there to stay."

Rock Candy- Montrose One of the songs I heard on the classic rock station when I had Sirius. HA!
I sooooooo call Amy D. ROCK CANDY!!! After seeing this picture you will know why...

Rock Island Line- Johnny Cash My cousin Jeff played this in the car as we drove to the Rushford Country Club to play golf.

Rock Me- Great White I am NOT a big fan of these guys BUT I do like this song for some reason.

Rock 'n' Roll- Led Zepplin- Reminds me of playing this on my boom box while working on my train set in the basement on Maple Ave. in Allegany, NY.

Rock 'n' Roll High School- Ramones "I just wanna get some chicks."

Rock of Ages- Def Leppard  ALWAYS think of the kid in 4th grade, 83-84, wearing a cheap @$$ Def Leppard shirt when I here this song or ANY one from this album..

Rock Queen- Love/Hate  GOD! I played the HECK out of this album! Sure they are a S#&T stain from the early 90s BUT my friends and I loved them!

Rock The Nation- Montrose A flat out rockin' song from a band that I feel NEVER received their due.

Rock With You- Michael Jackson Yeah sure he was weird but he was super talented.

Rockaway Beach- Ramones "We can hitch a ride..."

Rocker-AC/DC This was one of the few songs that didn't have a swear word, a sex, drug or booze reference in it. So Andy and Deanna H. would play it for their girls. I remember sitting in their living room watching little kids dance and sing to it.

Rocket Queen- Guns 'n Roses One of MANY classics from one of the best albums EVER! Plus how great is it that Axl has sex with a girl in the middle of it??? As a little 7th grader, that made this song even better to listen to!

Rocket Ride- Kiss I just love KISS and when I played ALIVE II, I thought this song ROCKED!

Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree- Brenda Lee Just a Christmas song that I like.

Rockin' Down the Highway- The Doobie Brothers A song that DEMANDS you open the windows on your car because you are "Rockin' Down The Highway".

Rockin' in the Free World- Neil Young He is a wacko but this song is just a 'balls to the wall' rockin' one.

Rockin' Into The Night- 38 Special A little southern rock that I like.

Rockin' the Paradise- Styx Yeah they are labeled 'corporate rock' but I STILL like this song.

Rocking In The USA- John Cougar Mellencamp "R.O.C.K in the USA!"

Rockit- Herbie Hancock This video sealed the deal for me.

Rocky Mountain High- John Denver Reminds me of camping out with friends drinking beer around the light of a camp fire....

Rocky Mountain Way- Joe Walsh One of the MANY songs I heard in the car throughout the 70's AND JOE is one of the coolest and funniest guys in ROCK-n-ROLL!

Roll With It- Steve Winwood A video played A LOT on Mtv.

Roller- April Wine One that I was exposed to when I had Sirius.

Roller Coaster of love- Red Hot Chili Peppers I soooooooooo remember that we played the heck out of this song when the Beavis and Butthead movie came out...

Roll To Me- Del Amitri Reminds me of that period in your life when you don't now what you want. I just graduated high school and didn't know what I wanted so I was a freakin janitor at the YMCA that all my friend's parents were members at. I learned quickly that I didn't like that too much!

Roll Over Beethoven- Chuck Berry This fine gentleman MADE the ROCK'N'ROLL what it is today!

Romeo Delight- Van Halen I LOVE the line "Don't have to show you proof of anything, I KNOW the law friend."!!!!!!!
Room Service- Kiss Billy M. and I LOVED listening to this song and the whole album.

Rooster- Alice In Chains HA! Steve G. from life guarding and Rozak, a DJ from 106.5, ALWAYS greeted me by saying "They've come to stuff the rooster."

Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)- Bruce Springsteen "Because the record company just gave me a big advance."

Rosanna- Toto A HUGE hit for them and this song was EVERYWHERE in 1982 therefore it's ingrained in my brain. 

Rough Boys- Pete Townshend Yeah say what you want about him BUT I thought he was sooooooo cool when I saw this video on Mtv.

Round Here- Counting Crows The only song from these guys that I have on my iTouch because I LOATH all of the other ones! Just a song from the 90s I like.

Rubina's Blue Sky Happiness- Joe Satriani Just a happy song from an incredible guitarist. 

Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer Just a must for Christmas songs.

Run Like Hell- Pink Floyd "they'll send you back to your mother in a card board box!"

Run To The Hills- Iron Maiden Damn white man! Oh wait, that's me! 

Run To You- Bryan Adams A mid 80's MTV video.... YES, I watched A LOT of it as a kid!!!

Run To You- Whitney Houston A former girlfriend asked me this when it came on the radio...

Runaround- Van Halen This reminds me of the time my friends and I stayed out WAY TOO late to get Van Halen tickets in 1992. 

Runnin' With The Devil-Van Halen I HAD to have this one on here because EVERYONE loves to hear it. 

Running Free- Iron Maiden BRITISH METAL at it's BEST!

Running on Faith (UNPLUGGED)- Eric Clapton Something I listen to when I am emotionally in the dumps.

Running To Stand Still- U2 Reminds me of being a little kid TRYING to be all COOL because all the cool people were listening to U2...

Rusty Cage- Johnny Cash  I LOVED this version ever since seeing the 'man in black' doing this song on the Tonight Show. I love when Jay Leno says "even when you talk it sounds like you are singin'."

Rusty Cage- Soundgarden- A BAD @$$, hard rockin' early 90's song that ALWAYS gets me FIRED UP!!!!

Sabbath Bloody Sabbath- Anthrax Just a great cover of a song made famous by Black Sabbath.

Sabotage- Beastie Boys This video just flat out rocks and FYI- "I'm Buddy Rich when I fly off the handle."

Sacrifice- Elton John Just a beautiful song that MOST of me KNOWS that is part of ANY relationship but sometimes I cannot see it past my stubbornness. 

Sad But True- Metallica "HATE, I'm your hate when you want love."

The Safest Place- Sade DANG she can sing!

Saints And Sinner- Kiss "You'r a saint, I'm a sinner, the deuces are wild."

Same Old Song And Dance- Aerosmith In most things in life, this rings true!!!!

Same Ol' Situation (S.O.S.)- Mötley Crüe "same ol' ball and chain."

Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town- Bruce Springsteen Just a staple for opening presents on BABY JESUS'S big day!

Santa Monica- Everclear One from my 106.5 days.

Sara- Fleetwood Mac  One from our family trips to and from Ohio. It also has a great line in it. "down there in the sea of love where everyone would love to drown."

Satch Boogie- Joe Satriani Just a rockin' song!

Satellite- Dave Matthews Band One that reminds me of my college days.

Satisfy My Soul- Bob Marley and The Wailers AHHHHHH! The summer of 95!

Saturday In The Park- Chicago Reminds me of running errands with my mom when I was too young to go to school in the early 70s.

Saturday Night Special- Lynyrd Skynyrd I'm all for the 2nd amendment but he does make a great point "Hand guns are made for killin', they ain't good for nothin' else." TRUE 

Save a Horse, Ride a Cowboy- Big and Rich Well?!? What are you waiting for?

Save Your Love- Great White Not a big fan of the band BUT it's something that I really wanted a certain girl do in 1992. 

Save Yourself- Stabbing Westward One from my days at 106.5. Great song buy I will NEVER forget the guys from the band laughing at me backstage when they played a concert for us. Remember "I am not your savior, I'm just as EFFed as you."

Saved By Zero- The Fixx An 80 alternative band that NEVER got their due.

Say Hello 2 Heaven- Temple of the Dog The first "super grunge band" and it reminds me of high school.

Say It Isn't So- Hall and Oates Just a song that I liked even more when I saw this.

Say It Isn't So- The Outfield Yeah they were kind of a joke but I STILL like the song.

Say It Isn't So- Butch Walker and Daryl Hall Todd H. turned me on to Butch Walker and he posted this video on DA BOOK (F/B) and I think it is the best version I have ever heard.

Say What you need to say- John Mayer Heard this while munching on a yummy chicken bisque at 'DA BO' (Bojangles).

Say What You Will- Fastway An obscure British band that I like.

Say You Love Me- Fleetwood Mac Trips to and from Ohio.

Say you will- Foreigner The last song these guys made that I liked.

Scar Tissue- Red Hot Chili Peppers Just a song that I like.

Scenes From An Italian Restaurant-  Billy Joel "I'll meet you anytime you want in our Italian restaurant".

Schism- Anthrax "Don't look as my as a white man. I am just a man."

School's Out- Alice Cooper Another song I really like thanks to this movie.

Scooby Snacks- Fun Lovin' Criminals Good ol' 106. days!

Screaming For Vengence- Judas Priest AHHH British metal!

Sea Of Love- The Honeydrippers  Sappy I know BUT Robert Plant can sing.

Sea Of Sorrow- Alice In Chains One from my 106.5 days.

Secret Touch- Rush "The way out is the way in."

Secretly Cruel- Kiss Building stuff with legos in Mark S. room on a wintry day in 1985.

Secrets- Van Halen AHHHHH cruisin' the mean streets of Olean and Allegany in Kevin K.'s Le Car.

Seek and Destroy- Metallica Remember my brother and his friends playing this all the time on his BOOM BOX

Seems to me- The James Gang I have ALWAYS thought Joe Walsh is a very underrated guitarist... This is just one of the songs that proves what a 'guitar God' he is!

Seether- Veruca Salt One from my 106.5 days.

Self Esteem- The Offspring "The more you suffer, the more it shows you REALLY care."

Self-Destruction- Bloodgood One of the only CHRISTIAN THEMED songs on here. Reminds me of being in 7th grade and my brother NOT taking me to go see them at a crappy theater in a REALLY crappy town that we had a track meet in earlier that day.

Send Me An Angel- Real Life An 80's song that I like.

Send Me Your Money- Suicidal Tendencies "Now let's have silence for ALL YOU SINNERS.".

Settle for a Slowdown- Dierks Bentley A song I liked when I heard it on the county station on Sirius.

Seven Bridges Road- The Eagles This is just a great song.  

Seven Nation Army- The White Stripes A very simple song but it ROCKS!

Seven Sundays- Extreme Coming back with my tail between my legs on I-90 in 1992.

Seventeen- Winger My childhood best friend played this CD NONE STOP when I came back to visit Allegany in 1988. Now that I am older and all my friends have kids as old as seventeent, this song is just not GOOD to listen to!

Sex Farm- Spinal Tap From one of the funniest movies EVVVVER and I have not ever been afraid to use a line or two from it on DA BOOK (Facebook) to get a laugh.... "Sex farm woman I'll be your hired hand."

Sex Machine- James Brown GET ON UP!!!!!! HA!!!! The part where he sings "Shake your money maker!" is a ring tone I made!!!!!!!!

Sex On Fire- Kings of Leon A kid I use to work with who i always called BUBBY, because he was a huge 'Steelers' fan. Turned me on to these guys and plus Sammy Hagar WISHES he wrote the lyrics to it because they are so good.

Sex Type Thing- Stone Temple Pilots One from when the whole GRUDGE' think was happening in the early 90s.

Sexual Healing- Marvin Gaye Just a flat out 'BABY TAKE YOUR SHOOOOOOOOES OFF' song.

Shake A Leg- AC/DC From one of the greatest R'n'R albums EVER!

Shake It Up- The Cars An 80's classic that I wished Mtv played more of back in the day.

Shake Me- Cinderella A CLASSIC 80's HAIR song!

Shakin'- Eddie Money Played on Mtv a lot in the early 80s.

Shame- Stabbing Westward These guys were JERKS to me at one of the "Weenie Roast" concerts I helped with but I do love this song.

Shameless- Garth Brooks "when it comes to loving you."

Sharp dressed man- ZZ Top "Every girls is crazy" for one....

She Goes Down- Mötley Crüe AHHHHHH driving around after hurricane Hugo when EVERYTHING was shut down.

She Was- The Talking Heads Just a great song!

Sheena Is A Punk Rocker- Ramones I just love the "simplicity" of this band. 

Sheep- Pink Floyd I went and saw a Pink Floyd cover band and they played this. I didn't know the song at the time but I downloaded it as soon as I got home.

She's a Beauty- The Tubes I so remember laying on my couch in our family room on Maple Ave. in Allegany, NY and seeing this video. FYI- I did A LOT of that during the summers...

She's An Angel- Love/Hate From one of the BEST 'RAUNCHY' records EVER!

She's Crafty- Beastie Boys One that ALWAYS reminds me of playing my Nintendo and wearing out this tape because I listened to this so much.

She's My Kind of Rain- Tim McGraw SING IT TIM!

She's So Cold- The Rolling Stones "Like an ice cream cone."

She's Waiting- Eric Clapton Ol' Slow Hand really shows off his talent on this song.

Shine On You Crazy Diamond- Pink Floyd If you don't know the opening notes to this classic then I cannot help you anymore.

Ship Of Fools- Robert Plant I have sang this song times in my head at a few jobs I have had.

Shock The Monkey- Peter Gabriel MTV OVER PLAYED this video in the early 80's and it took me almost 30 years to finally listen to it.

The Shortest Straw- Metallica "Has been pulled for YOU"
Shot Down in Flames- AC/DC Guys, and some girls, have been shot down before. It happens to the majority of us.  

Shot In The Dark- Ozzy Osbourne Mark S's birthday party in 86.

Shout At The Devil- Mötley Crüe Sure it's about SATAN but it does rock.

Show Don't Tell- Rush The beginning of this song ALWAYS scares the bejesus out of me!

Show Me The Way- Peter Frampton A Pat C. tune from the 70s. I can totally see my cool uncle Pat jammin' to this.

Shower The People-James Taylor I ALWAYS think of  'Confirmation' classes when I hear this. Not sure if one of the teachers was just trying to be cool, BUT I mentioned once that I like some of James Taylor songs and she said she did too and she let me borrow some of the albums she had.

Shut Down- The Beach Boys Going to Bolivar on a Sunday in July.

Shyboy- David Lee Roth A rockin' song from a GREAT debut album.

Sick Of Myself- Matthew Sweet A song I liked from the mid 90s and when I met him at 106.5, I gave him kudos on having a 70 Dodge Challenger just like my buddy's.

Sign your name- Terence Trent D'arby Just a song from the 80s that I like. 

Silent Lucidity- Queensrÿche A HUGE song for these guys and it will ALWAYS remind me of spring break in 1991 at Myrtle Beach. There is a part of the song where a woman says "HELP ME" and a lost soul Tara M, always comes to mind.

Silent Night- Frank Sinatra= Christmas in Bolivar

Silent Night- Jim Reeves (READ COMMENT ABOVE)

Silent Night, Holy Night- Johnny Mathis (READ COMMENT ABOVE)

Silly Love Songs- Wings They would play this song on the radio in the car when we would drive to Ohio for Easter.

Silver Bells- Johnny Mathis A Christmas song that reminds of going up to Grandpa and Grandma Cawleys house for the day!!! GOOD TIMES!!!

Silver Bells- Kate Smith (READ COMMENT ABOVE)

Simple Lessons- Candlebox One from my 106.5 days.

Simply Irresistible- Robert Palmer Just a song I like.

Sin City- AC/DC "Bring out the dancing girls an put the champagne on ice."

Since You're Gone- The Cars Mtv played this video A TON and I loathed it back in the day BUT like most things in life, THINGS CHANGE!

Since You've Been Gone- Rainbow I was turned on by this from when I had Sirius radio.

Sinner's Swing!- Van Halen My brother listening to this song and my mom told him that she didn't want him to play that when our cousin Marty was around. Now I know why that was!!!!  

Sin City- AC/DC "Bring out the dancing girls and put the champagne on ice."

Sister Golden Hair- America Going to and from Ohio.

Sister Havana- Urge Overkill This reminds of being that 'what do I do with my life?' phase when I was at community college in 94...

Skateaway- Dire Staits UGH! Mtv played this ALL THE TIME in the early 80s because they didn't have enough videos to fill a whole day.

Skating Away- Jethro Tull One that reminds me of Eric D. who lived with us in 93-94. FYI- he LOVED these guys.

A Skeleton In The Closet- Anthrax I just love old speed metal.

Skin- Sade "Now as I begin to wash you off my skin."

Skin [Live]- Sade "I'm gonna peel you away"

The Sky is Crying- Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble Simple put, this IS SRV at his best!

Slave Girl- Love/Hate One of the many songs off an album introduced to me by my brother.

Slave To Love- Bryan Ferry No reason except I like it.

Sledge Hammer- Peter Gabriel A very original and futuristic video for 1986.

Sleep now in the fire- Rage Against the Machine I've said it before and I will say it again, These guys are ANGRY!

Sleep Walk- Santo And Johnny You have no idea who these guys are BUT you hear this song in EVERY movie with classic cars in it.

Sleeping Bag- ZZ Top I remember watching the premier of this song/video on the little black and white tv my dad had in his bar in our basement with Mark S. in 1985.

Sleigh Ride- Johnny Mathis This ALWAYS reminds me of grandpa and grandma Cawley's house with EVERYONE there for my Grandma's party on Christmas evening...

Sleigh Ride- Leroy Anderson  They ALWAYS played this over the intercom at the Olean Center Mall between Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Slice Of Your Pie- Mötley Crüe Cruizin' around Charlotte with my pals after hurricane Hugo.

Slick Black Cadillac- Quiet Riot The year was 1983 and I was hanging out with Joey B and his brothers playing thier cool @$$ Colecovision, BTW, The graphics BLEW away the ones on my Atari 2600.

Slide It In- Whitesnake I don't think this was a video, probably due to it's title, BUT there were two other videos that were on USA network's RADIO 1990 and so they were like a 'GATEWAY DRUG' and I wanted more so I listened to the whole album that my brother had...

Slip Of The Lip- Ratt Just a guilty pleasure. 

Sloop John B- The Beach Boys "This is the worst trip I've ever been on."

Slow An' Easy- Whitesnake Remember seeing this video on RADIO 1990 and really liking it.

Slow and Low- The Beastie Boys Reminds me of playing my Nintendo in the basement in 86.

Slow Ride- Foghat I love this song BUT I totally think of Elaine TRYING to dance. And it's NOT pretty.

Slutsy Tipsy- Love/Hate POOR Cindy King had to endure us ALWAYS playing this album on the way home from school when I took her home in high school.

Small Town- John Cougar Mellencamp "I cannot forget where I came from"

Smoking Gun- Robert Cray MTV played this A LOT and it's a great song from a VERY GOOD GUITARIST who I feel NEVER got his due for influencing A LOT of musicians.

Smooth Up In Ya- Bullet Boys HELLO 80s! HA! FYI- these guys were suppose to be the next Van Halen. Didn't quite work out that way did it!?!?!?

Smuggler Blues- Glenn Frey- Watching Miami Vice with Mark S..

Snortin Whiskey, Drinking Cocaine- Pat Travers  Driving home from work and on SC Highway 5 listening to Sirius radio.

Snow Blind- Ace Frehley Sure he is a 'Crack head' but this song and most of his other ones on this album ROCK!

So Close- Hall and Oates Hangin' out with Kristen the parking lot at Providence Square.  

So Cruel- U2 "You don't know if it's fear or desire, A drug that'll take you higher."

So Emotional- Whitney Houston Mom and Dad took us to the big city (Buffalo, NY) for school shopping and the radio station must have played this 10 or more times in that day. GOOD LORD! So now it's ingrained in my mind forever. 

So Far Away- Carole King "Doesn't anybody stay in one place anymore?"
So Into You- Atlanta Rhythm Section One that was played on the radio A LOT driving to OHIO.
So Much to Say- Dave Matthews Band "I see you young and soft oh little baby, little feet, little hands, little baby."

So This Love?- Van Halen- MTV didn't have too much VH so the stuff they did have, they played A LOT and this was one of them. 

Sober- Tool As EFFFFFFFed up as this video is, I loved this song.

Soldier Of Love- Sade First off, ANY SADE= Happy Andy!!! I bought this CD on my way to work, 24 hour Walmart baby, and I listened to it all day!!!

Soldier Of  Love [Live]- Sade READ COMMENT ABOVE!

Solitude- Edwin McCain A song from when early college.

Some Beach- Blake Shelton A great play on words.

Some Guys Have All the Luck- Rod Stewart Well they do!

Some Kind of Wonderful- Grand Funk Railroad "My baby is clear out of site!"

Some Like It Hot- Power Station A song that reminds me of being a young kid and listen to this song on MTV during the summer when I was out of school.

Somebody Already Broke My Heart- Sade You just CAN'T go through life without having this happen to ya.

Somebody Get Me a Doctor- Van Halen Just a ROCKIN' SONG!

Somebody Put Something In My Drink- Ramones CLASSIC PUNK ROCK from one of the best EVVVVVER!

Somebody That I Used To Know- Gotye Feat Kimbra This pretty much sums up the feeling you have for 97% of the people that come and go in your life span. AKA- Boike's EX!!!

Somebody To Love- Jefferson Airplane Not gonna lie, Grace Slick is one weird lady, I guess all those drugs she took in the sixties didn't help BUT this I like this song.

Somebody To Love- Queen Sing it Freddy!

Somebody's Baby- Jackson Browne From one of the funnest movies EVVVVVVVVER.

Somebody's Crying- Chris Isaak Just a song I like. 

Someday- Glass Tiger A REALLY CHEESY band from the 80's but this song reminds me of having nothing to do during the summers except watch Mtv and I did that A LOT!

Someone Like You-  Bang Tango These guys were one of the best hair bands around! Too bad they never got their due.

Someone To Watch Over Me- Frank Sinatra He WAS DA BOMB! If you don't think so than my friend, you are a flat out YELLOW BELLIED COMMY!

Something About You - Level 42 Just an 80s song that I like....

Something To Believe in- Poison "I wish I didn't know now things I didn't know then."

Sometimes She Cries- Warrant Just a song I like from a very cheesy hair band.

Song and Emotion- Tesla  Just a song I like.

Song For The Dumped- Ben Folds Five "And give me back my black t-shirt."

So. Central Rain (Sorry) R.E.M- I'm pretty sure I saw this on "Bevise and Butthead" many moons ago and just like the song.

Soothsayer- Buckethead He is sorta weird but you can't deny that he is a great guitar player.

Sorry To A Friend- Edwin McCain "We had wonderful times. Terrible timing."..... I LOVE that line.

Soul Kitchen- Gran Torino From a very obscure band I got to interview when I was a DJ at WASU in the 90s.

Soul Sacrifice- Santana  A guy I 'follow' on Google + posted this video of a very young Santana at Woodstock in 1969 jamming out this song. I had to have it after that!!!

Source Of Infection- Van Halen A rockin' song that reminds me of seeing these guys in 1988 at an all day concert that my friends and I went to on a bus that we rented! NEVER happen today!

South Of The Border- Frank Sinatra A Soraya song! FYI she was a Mexican princess I knew...

Southbound- The Allman Brothers Band Reminds me of remodeling a room in the basement up in WI. 

The South's Gonna Do It Again- The Charlie Daniels Band This is a play on words, it is about all the 'southern bands' getting popular again.

Space Lord- Monster Magnet One from my college/106.5 days.

Space Station #5- Montrose Just a rockin song that I was exposed to when I had Sirius.

Space Trucking- Deep Purple I heard this song many moons ago and had to have it.

Spanish Eyes- U2 An unreleased gem from their greatest hits that I dig.

Speak- Queensrÿche "I'm the new MESSIAH!" 

Speedin' Back To My Baby- Ace Frehley He is such a CRACK HEAD but he did the best of the solo Kiss albums.

Spinning Wheel- Blood, Sweat and Tears- A song I remember hearing A LOT when I was a kid in the 70's.

Spirit in the sky- Norman Greenbaum Wanna feel like a hippy? Just sit back and listen to this.

Spirits In The Material World- The Police Reminds me of the early 80s and just being a kid playing in the 'gravel pit'. Well, I'm sure it use to be one but when I played there, there was no gravel to be found.

The Spirit Of Radio- Rush "For the words of the PROFITS were written on the studio wall. CONCERT HALL!" 

Spirits In The Material World-The Police  Mtv played this video A LOT in the early 80s.

Spit- Love/Hate An album I HAD to have after my friends and I listened to there debut album non stop for a whole summer...  

Spooky- Atlanta Rhythm Section This one is part of my soundtrack I play each time I go to and from Ohio!

Spoonman- Soundgarden My 106.5 days were GREAT and this song reminds me of them.

Spreading The Disease- Queensrÿche "He takes her once a week on the alter like a sacrifice." 

Spyder- Imperial Drag One from my 106.5 days.

Squeeler- AC/DC Just a rockin' song and the lyrics are pretty funny!!!

Squeeze Box- The Who Even as a little kid I KNEW this song was just an 'innuendo' about SEX.

Stacked Actors- Foo Fighters One from my 106.5 days.

Straight To Hell- Drivin 'N' Cryin' The Mike D. song..... He was ALWAYS listening to alternative music when EVERYONE else in high school was jamming to hair bands like Motley Crue. 

Stand Back- Stevie Nicks Reminds me of the early 80s and the birth of MTV.

Stand Up- David Lee Roth My brother LETTING me tag along to West Valley and listening the new DLR album the whole way up. 

Standing In The Shadows- Dokken This was one of the songs that I was listening to in my room when Dennis O. and Tiffany K. called and asked me why I wasn't at the 7th-8th grade dance? They were older and shaparoning it .

Standing Outside A Broken Phone Booth With Money In My Hand- Primitive Radio Gods Reminds me of my 106.5 days...

Stardust- Frank Sinatra I just love Frank!

Starry Eyes- Mötley Crüe Jammin' to this and the whole album with my friends in high school.

Stars- Hear 'n Aid This is "heavy metal" version of "WE ARE THE WORLD."

Stars- Hum "She thinks she missed the train to Mars, she's out back counting stars." ROAR OF THE GUITAR!

The Stars Look Down-Rush Just a song I like from a GREAT album!

Start Me Up- The Rolling Stones "You make a dead man cum." 

Statesboro Blues- The Allman Brothers Band AHHHH yes, the first song on a greatest hits CD that I wore out listening to.

Stay- Alison Krauss The woman has a voice of an angel! 

Stay- Lisa Loeb A mid 90's CLASSIC!

Stay (Faraway, So Close!)- U2 One of my favorite songs! 

Stayin Alive (Oz Remix)- Ozzy Osbourne "I AM DISCO MAN!" 

Stepping Out- Joe Jackson "In a yellow taxi you turn and smile."

Steve's Boogie- Eric Johnson AHHHHHH!!! Reminds me of driving to and from CPCC in my Mustang in 1992.

Sticky Sweet- Mötley Crüe My friends and I listened to this album like 100 times in 1989.

Still Got The Blues (for you)- Gary Moore If I recall, I heard this on the classic rock station in the early 90s.

Still Of The Night- Whitesnake My friend Terry G. was doing a 'study' in the Amazon jungle and the guy that he was studying with would scream "STILL OF THE NIGHT!" in the middle of the night. HA!

Stink Fist-Tool Who cares what this song is about, it just flat out ROCKS!

Stir It Up-Bob Marley and The Wailers AHHHH the summer of 95.

Stone Blue- Foghat A very obscure 70s song that I like thanks to hearing it on Sirius.

Stone Cold Crazy- Metallica ROCK the way it needs to be!

Stone Cold Crazy- Queen SING IT Freddy!

Stop Dragging My Heart Around- Stevie Nicks Going to the Bradford, PA mall......

Straight For The Heart-Whitesnake HAIR METAL AT IT'S BEST!

Straight On For You- Heart Going to Bradford with my parents to shop for clothes. 

Straight to Hell- Drivin' N' Cryin' I song that reminds me of being at Charlotte Catholic high school in the early 90's. 

Straightjacket- Love/Hate My friends and I wore out this CD!

Strangers In The Night- Frank Sinatra A STABLE from good ol' BLUE EYES!!! "DOOBIE DOOBIE DO!

Stranglehold- Ted Nugent I knew of this song but until it I saw the movie 'Dazed and Confused' and bought the soundtrack that I started to appreciate it. 

Strawberry Wine- Deana Carter Going out to Phoenix to visit Soraya! GOOD TIMES!

Street Fighting Man- The Rolling Stones I love me some STONES!

The Struggle Within- Metallica Hanging out with my friends back in my senior year of high school.

Strutter '78- Kiss Anything associated with these guys were cool with me. 

Stuck In A Rut- The Darkness I LOVE this album, IS that okie dokie with you?

Stupid Girl- Garbage The good ol' days t 106.5.

Subdivisions- Rush I was as excited as a fat kid in a candy store when they opened up with this when I saw them in 2014. 

Substitute- The Who Donny M. (one of the few people I actually hate) exposed me to this gem from back in 1990...

Sucker In A 3 Piece- Van Halen "With long legs straight up to her lunch pail."

Suddenly Last Summer- The Motels Reminds me of Joey B. back in 1983. This song was BIG back then.

Sugar Magnolia- Grateful Dead- I remember Boike saying that he loved this song like when we were in college and I just downloaded it a few months ago.... It's not that bad of a song and I have another 'pet name' I can use..... SUGAR PLUM, SUGAR BRITCHES AND OR SUGAR MAGNOLIA!!!! WOO HOO!!!!

Suite Sister Mary- Queensrÿche "I taste her breath when she speaks."

Sultan of Swing- Dire Straits Good ol' 70s FM radio and Mark Knopfler's guitar playing is not too shabby either. 

Summer Breeze- Seals and Crofts Reminds me of MOM taking us to Bolivar, NY EVERY Sunday when we lived in Allegany. FYI- it was a 40 minute ride...

Summer of 89- Butch Walker "Listening to Kiss." I did A LOT of that when I was younger. 

Summer Nights- Van Halen The time I discovered that the new 'Van Hagar' RUUUULED!

Summer Song- Joe Satriani Just another song of his that shows his JEDI MASTERY of the 6 string.

The Summer Wind- Frank Sinatra Another GREAT song from Frank!

Summertime blues- Blue Cheer How great is the crunchy/distorted guitar in this?

Summertime Girls- Y and T One that reminds me of my brother using our VCR to record videos from MTV and Radio 1990.... Him doing this was a HUGE influence on my musical listening. 

Sumthin For Nothin- Mötley Crüe "target practice in the dark."

Sunset Grill- Don Henley Having a beer with a girl I met from California, Kelly was her name, at a dive bar on Venice Beach. GOOD LORD!!!! It should be called FREAK SHOW BEACH!

Superconductor- Rush "That's ENTERTAINMENT!"

Superstition- Stevie Wonder Some crazy synthesizers going on here but I love it.

Sure Shot- Beastie Boys "I've got mad hits like I was Rob Carew!"

Surfin' Safari- The Beach Boys This reminds of cruisin' to Bolivar, Ny with mom EVERY Sunday. SHE LOVES these guys....

Surfin' USA- The Beach Boys It's the SAME SONG just a diffrent version so READ ABOVE!

Surfing With The Alien- Joe Satriani One of the many songs he does that shows his mastery of the six string.

Suspicious Minds- Elvis Presley Just a great song from a GREAT artist!!!!

Sussudio- Phil Collins Yeah I know he is a hairless nerd BUT I just love this song.

Sweating Bullets- Megadeth "Hello me, it's ME again."

Sweet Afton- Nickel Creek Was exposed to this group by Doober (Julie K.) when I lived in WI.

Sweet Baby James- James Taylor A great song to hear when you are just chillin on the porch or to fall asleep to. BUT it reminds me of an @$$ HOLE, D.M, because he really liked this song too.

Sweet Baby James- James Taylor (Live) 'READ ABOVE'!!!

Sweet Emotion- Aerosmith This scene MADE me love this song!

Sweet Home Chicago- The Blues Brothers All that needs to be said.

Sweet Leaf (Live)- Ozzy Osbourne I think he had a little too much of this BUT this is a great song.

Sweet Miracle- Rush Just a song I like from a great album.

Sweet Pain- Kiss "My love will drive you insane!"

Sweet Surrender- John Denver I was going to just put one line of this song on here BUT there are soooooo many good lines in the whole song that I can't do it. So just watch this!

The Sweetest Taboo- Sade Yeah I love me some SADE, GET OVER IT!

Sweetest Thing- U2 "Blue eyed girl meets a brown eyed guy."

Sweetest Thing- U2 This was the original one and I think anything from this band rocks.

Sweethearts- Butch Walker and The Black Widows Heard this on Daryl's house and downloaded it right then. 

Swinging On A Star- Frank Sinatra AHHH the coolness of Frank!

Symphony For The Devil- The Rolling Stones  "Pleased to meet you, hope you guess my name." 

Symphony of destruction- Megadeth  I just love the 'crunchy' guitar in the beginning. 

Synchronicity I- The Police Hanging out with John and Tim P..   

Synchronicity II- The Police "It's like a humiliating kick in the crouch."

Synthesizers- Butch Walker and The Black Widows Rememer Todd and Reesa Hopkins, Richie Bess and I jamming to this before going to Dave D's viewing....

Tahitian Moon- Porno For Pyros- interning at 106.5 and taking the promtions van home to clean it up real good for upcoming promotions.

Take A Bow- Madonna First off, I LOOOOOOOVE ME SOME MADONNA! Maybe it's the 'SLUTTY' image she has always had. ANYWAYS! This was a huge song for her when I was in college and it reminds me of that time and having a HUGE crush on a girl named Jen.

Take a Picture- Filter Just a song I like.

Take Hold Of The Flame- Queensrÿche My older brother would record EVERY video from bands he liked. This is one of them....

Take it all Away- Puddle of Mudd Reminds me of going to a cheap @$$ golf course with my cousin Marty in 2002.

Take It Back- Pink Floyd I just love the lyrics and they are SO true! I'm NOT a hippy BUT we are destroying mother earth.

Take It To The Limit- Eagles Cruising to Ohio in the 70s...

Take Me Away- Blue Oyster Cult A song I liked when I hard it on Sirius radio. 

Take Me Home- Eddie Money Reminds me of Walsh dances in the late eighties.

Take Me Home- Phil Collins Sure he is kind of a geek BUT I loved this album and song.

Take Me In Your Arms- Hurricane AGAIN! I wore this EP out by listening to it so much.

Take Me To The River- The Talking Heads Just one that the classic rock station down here played A LOT.

Take Me To The Top-Mötley Crüe A rockin' song that my friends and I played A LOT in the Mustang' cassette player. 

Take On Me- Ah-ha  This video was the TALK of 1985 due to it being soooooooooooo 'revolutionary'

Take The Highway- The Marshal Tucker Band Say what you want about 'southern rock' but these guys and others were super talented!!

Take the Money and Run- The Steve Miller Band "Headed down to new El Paso CLAP, CLAP, CLAP, CLAP!" 

Take What You Want- Hurricane Hanging out and driving around with the cool AND older guys like Todd and Dave in the summer of 87.

Take Your Whiskey Home- Van Halen AH YES! Early VH rules!

Talk Dirty To Me- Poison Reminds me of being in junior high school and TRYING to be cool!

Talk Of The Town- The Pretenders Remember this on from the early Mtv when they played ANYTHING that was a music video.

Talk Talk- Talk Talk A TOTALLY 80s song but I don't care.

Talk To You Later-The Tubes HA "It's been 6 months, she hasn't shut up once."

Tall Cool One- Robert Plant Makes me think of my last year in Allegany before we moved to Charlotte.

Tangled Up in Blue- Bob Dylan A song that makes you think about your life and how many turns it takes through out time.

Tangled Up In Blue (Alternate version) Bob Dylan- (Read the comment above)  

Tattooed Millionaire- Bruce Dickinson This is a very different Bruce than the one in Iron Maiden.

Teacher's Pet- Extreme Cruizin around in my friends Vette hoping some of the ladies would notice me.

Tearing Us Apart- Tina Turner and Eric Clapton Now I could say that Eric's guitar draws me to this song but I would SOOOOOO be lying. It's Tina's legs that go on for EVER!

Tears Are Falling- Kiss Yeah I like this version of the NON makeup. DEAL WITH IT!

Teen Angst- Cracker "What the world needs now is new Frank Sinatra so I get get you in bed."  

Teenage Lobotomy- Ramones "Guess I'll have to break the news that I got no mind to lose." 

Tell It To My Heart- Taylor Dayne YEAP this is sooooooo 80s but I like the song.

Tell The Truth- David Lee Roth Not from one of his FAMOUS albums but an obscure song that I like.

Tempted- Squeeze I remember this song on MTV BUT I think of Anne C. who brought it in to music class in 89. Our teacher was showing us the stucture of all songs and she had us all bring songs for everyone to hear and she would tell us the stages of each one.

Tequila- The Champs I must admit that I didn't know to much about this until!!!!

Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off- Joe Nichols Was turned onto this song by my friend Deanna H. 

Tequila Sunrise- Eagles  Trips to Ohio in the 70s.

Test For Echo-  Rush Just one of the many Rush songs I like. 

Testify- Rage Against the Machine One of the angriest bands EVER!

Texas Flood- Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble He is STILL the best guitar player to EVVVVVVER live. 

Thank God For The Bomb- Ozzy Osbourne HA! My mom was the concerned parent when she heard me play this song. TOO FUNNY!! With all that, Ozzy is right! FYI- I am an expert in my opinion. 

That's All- Genesis  One of the songs that remind me of building models with the Prey twins up in their rooms.

That's The Way I Wanna Rock-N-Roll- AC/DC- Just a flat out great rockin' song from a great band.

That's The Way Love Goes- Janet Jackson MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM Janet in the mid 90s! 

That's Why I'm Here- James Taylor HELLO!!!!! That's right!!!

There goes my life- Kenny Chesney This is L I F E! It throws you so many curve and sinker balls. 

There's No Place Like Home For The Holidays- Robert Goulet Christmas on Plum St. in the 70s and 80s.

There's Only One Way To Rock- Sammy Hagar I have loved this song since Dave D. suggested I get this concert on VHS. 

These Are The Days- 10,000 Maniacs My senior year of high school. 

These Dreams- Heart Lori L. who was a friend and loved this song!!! Rollerskating in 6th grade.

These Eyes- Guess Who Just like the song.

They Can't Take That Away From Me- Frank Sinatra Work it ol' blue eyes.

The Thin Line-Queensrÿche Mark S. and I going to see these guys in concert in 1992.

A thin line between love and hate- Annie Lennox I ALWAYS make the gesture with my hand when she sings "that much being dead".

The Thing That Should Not Be- Metallica Just a song from an album that was ingrained in my mind thanks to my brother playing this album A LOT when his room was below mine.

Things Can Only Get Better- Howard Jones I like hearing this song when I am down in the dumps emotionally. 

The Lemon Song- Led Zepplin This has 'SEXUAL INNUENDO' written all over it!!

The Things We Do For Love- 10cc GOOD OL' family trips to Ohio.

Think about you- Guns 'n Roses I think I have almost all the songs off of this album.

Thinking Of You- Joe Satriani Just shows the mastery of Joe and his guitar playing.

This Is A Call- Foo Fighters AHHHHH My 106.5 days!

This Is The Time- Billy Joel Just a random song that I remember MTV playing in the 80s.

This Used To Be My Playground- Madonna This song ALWAYS plays in my head when I go and walk around places from my childhood.

Three MC's and One DJ- Beastie Boys CLASSIC style rap song that reminds me of 80's rap.

The Three Sunrises- U2 Just like the song.

Thrills In The Night- Kiss Just a song from a band REALLY like!

Through The Never- Metallica One from an album that my friends and I played A LOT our senior year of high school.

Throwing it All Away- Genesis Reminds me of Missy K. She told me at the time that her boyfriend (Blake T.) at the time was "Throwing it all away".

Thunder Kiss '65- Rob Zombie MTV played this A LOT at it is imprinted in my brain now.

Thunder Road- Bruce Springsteen "Goin' out tonight to case the promise land."

Thunderstruck- AC/DC Reminds me of a mix tape I made for us that were staying at the same house for on senior spring break at Myrtle Beach, SC.

Ticks- Brad Paisley I would more than happy to check a girl to see if she has any. 

Tie Your Mother Down- Queen Just a ROCKIN' song that I LOVE!

Tightrope- Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble GOD LOVE SRV!

Time- Pink Floyd Another Pink Floyd song I LOATHED because the classic rock station played it ALL THE EFFing TIME!!!! Now I love it and yes, sometimes I think I "missed the starting gun"....

Time Machine- Joe Satriani Just a song that showcases his mastery of the guitar.

Time Passages- Al Stewart A song I remember hearing on our trips to Ohio.

Time Stand Still- Rush Sometimes I wish this happened. 

Times Like These- Foo Fighters One from my 106.5 days....

Tired Of Being Alone- Al Green Heard this on an episode of 'Nip/Tuck' and had to have it.


To Live and Die in L.A.- Wang Chung Reminds me of going to Ohio.

Tobacco Road- David Lee Roth GOD! I think I wore OUT this album when it came out.

Tones Of Home- Blind Melon A song from my "WHAT DO I DO WITH MY LIFE?" stage in the 90s.

Tonight I want to cry- Keith Urban  I'm man enough to say I have been this guy. This is a VERY sad song!

Tonight I'm Yours- Rod Stewart  "Just don't hurt me."

Tonight, Tonight, Tonight- Genesis Reminds me of being a introvert teenage boy and just staying in my room all the time.

Tonight's the Night (Gonna Be Alright)- Rod Stewart WOO HOO! "Loosen up that pretty French gown."

Too Fast For Love- Mötley Crüe My buddies said this was my theme song back in high school because I never had a girlfriend. 

Too Hot To Handle- UFO Remember seeing a UFO picture in my uncle Pat's room in the 70s.

Too Many Walls- Cathy Dennis- I played this a lot at dances when I DJed them in the late 80s. GOOD TIMES!

Too Marvelous- Frank Sinatra Just a staple for any CROONER! 

Too Marvelous for Words- Ella Fitzgerald MMM ELLA is freakin' AWESOME!

Too Shy- Kajagoogoo- "HUSH HUSH EYE TO EYE!"

Too Young To Fall In Love- Mötley Crüe I start singing this song in my head when a kid tells me that him and his girlfriend are going to get hitched. 

Tooth And Nail (LIVE)- Dokken Yes a guilty pleasure I have. I sorta like these guys.

Top Jimmy- Van Halen "OHHHHHHH JIMMY!" 

Tora! Tora! Van Halen Just an instrumental that I like.

Torn- Creed These guys were the headlining act of THE END OF SUMMER WEENIE ROAST in 98. This song so reminds me of Mike S. (106.5 marketing director) and I lugging the really heavy Durksen light to the sound board and setting it up to shine our logo on the wall to the side of the stage.

Touch Me- The Doors "I'm goin' to love you till the heavens stop the rain."

Touch of Gray- Grateful Dead  Remember "Every silver lining has a touch of gray."

Toys In The Attic- Aerosmith A song that reminds me if my cool uncle Pat in the 70s.

Trademark- Eric Johnson A song that totally reminds me of jamming to stuff the rock station played while in the 89 Ford Probe my mom had...

Tragic Comic- Extreme A song from an album that reminds me of stuff I should NEVER do again.

Train in Vain- The Clash "STAND BY ME!?!?"

Train Kept A Rollin'- Aerosmith A rockin' song that bits and pieces of it were recorded throughout a tour.

Train of Consequences- Megadeth I just love the guitar riff. 

Trampled Under Foot- Led Zeppelin A rockin' song that the classic rock station 'INGRAINED' in me because they played it ALL THE TIME!

Train Train- Blackfoot Just a rockin' southern rock song that I dig.

Tranquilizer- Love/Hate "I'll be your cold Budweiser."

Trapped Under Ice- Metallica "I'm dying to live!"

Trial By Fire- Kiss A rockin' song that I start singing to myself when I am put in a situation I have never been in.

Trick or Treat- Fastway Reminds my of the mid eighties when HAIR metal RUUUUULED!

Trip Through Your Wires- U2 Just a great song from an even GREATER album.

Tripping Billies- Dave Matthews Band "Eat, drink and be merry for tomorrow we die.".

The Trooper- Iron Maiden "You'll take my life BUT I will take yours too."

Trouble Me- 10,000 Maniacs If I recall, I saw this video ONCE but I always think of this song when I am helping out someone like one of my friend's parents who are having 'computer issues'. FYI- it's usually 98% 'user error'......

Truckin'- Grateful Dead "Set up like a bowling pin."  

Tryin' To Throw Your Arms Around The World- U2 "A woman needs a man like a fish needs a bicycle."

Tuesday's Gone- Lynyrd Skynyrd A beautiful song that I was exposed to when I watched Dazed and Confused.

Tuff Enuff- The Fabulous Thunderbirds "I'd put out a burnin' building with a shovel and dirt."

Tumbleweed- Love/Hate Crackin' this up on a Friday after school!   

Tunnel Of Love- Bruce Springsteen "It ought to be easy ought to be simple enough. Man meets a woman and they fall in love BUT the house is haunted and the ride gets rough. And you got to learn to live with you can't rise above if you want to ride on down in through this tunnel of love."

Turn It On- Genesis "TURN IT ON AGAIN!"

Turning Japanese- The Hazies This is a 90 version of a song that was made popular by Mtv.

Tush- ZZ Top "I'm just lookin' for some."  

Tusk- Fleetwood Mac Driving back from our annual summer trip to Ohio.


Twice as Hard- The Black Crowes One of the songs that the classic rock station down her played A LOT!

Two Pink Lines- Eric Church I have soooooooo been this guy in the song.  

Two Tickets To Paradise- Eddie Money On good days, our TV would get a station out of NYC, WPIX I think it was, and a promo for Eddie came on to promote his new record. All I remember is him playing pool and between his shot, he looked, very stoned, at the camera and said "HEEEEEEEY GUYS, check out my new record, I think you will dig it." All the time having a cigarette hanging from his mouth.... HA!!!!!! The stuff ya remember!

Two Timer- Kiss I vividly remember Dave D. telling that this album was the worst Kiss album EVER but opinions are like @$$ holes, we all have them.  

Two Tribes- Franky Goes To Hollywood Sure they are a weird bunch of guys but this song rocks and describes the constant struggle of humans since we have been on this Earth.

Two Turntables and a Microphone- Beck Taking Holly, Natalie and Heidi H. for a walk and having Natalie on my shoulders screaming TWO TURNTABLES AND A MICROPHONE!

Uh! All Night- Kiss The Louise K, song because she told me when we were in 5th grade that she liked this song. I'm sure she had no idea what this song meant but anyways.

The Ultimate Sin- Ozzy Osbourne A big album for OZZY and it will ALWAYS remind me of going to Mark S's house for his birthday party in 86.

Ultraviolet (Light My Way)- U2 Anything from this classic album is cool with me!

Unbelievable- EMF One from my high school days.

Unchain The Night- Dokken One of the songs my brother MADE my parents listen to the whole way back from Buffalo, where he bought the cassette tape. 

Unchained- Van Halen "Come on Dave, give me a break."

Uncle Albert, Admiral Halsey- Paul McCartny Trips to Ohio. 

Uncle John's Band- Grateful Dead I can PROMISE you that you will hear this on ALL college campuses in the U.S.A!

Uncle Tom's Cabin- Warrant "I KNOW A SECRET!"

Under My Thumb- The Rolling Stones A song that would NEVER see the light of day TODAY!

Under Pressure- Queen "This is our last dance, this is ourselves UNDER PRESSURE."

Under The Gun- Kiss One that I heard when I watched the Kiss Concert VHS at least 1000 times!

Under the Milky Way- The Church Just an 80s song that I love listening to.  

Undercover Of The Night-The Rolling Stones The LAST song they did that I thought was good. AND that was in 1983.

Uneasy Rider- The Charlie Daniels Band "Now the last thing I wanted was to get into a fight in Jackson, MS on a Saturday night."

The Unforgettable Fire- U2 I am pretty sure I made my mom take me to the Camelot Music on Hwy 51 in Charlotte to buy this CD.

The Unforgiven- Metallica A rockin' song even though it's about child abuse.

Unknown Legend- Neil Young AHHHH! Listening to this before I went with some friends to go see Blake T. up at Wake Forest.

Unsung- Helmet A rockin' song that's all I can say..

Until The End Of The World- U2 Just a song I like from a really GREAT album.

Up For Breakfast- Van Halen Y'all, I would buy ANYTHING associated with this guys and I really like this song.

Up On Cripple Creek- The Band I got this CD in college and it has been a 'must have' ever since.

Urgent- Foreigner Going to work with my dad on a Saturday evening. Yes he is a workaholic like his dad and like his two sons are.

Us and Them- Pink Floyd A great mellow song from a superb album from the 70's and NO I don't get stoned while listening it.

Us and Them (Richard Wright Demo) I got this when I heard the full studio version. Just a beautiful peice of music. 

Vapor Trails- Rush Off an album that was released after I just got home from living in WI. and ALWAYS reminds me of having a place by myself for the first time in the apartments in Lake Wylie.

Vasoline- Stone Temple Pilots One from my 106.5 days.

Ventura Highway- America AHHHHH! Trips to Ohio!

Venus- Bananarama "I'm your fire, at your desire."  

Video Killed the Radio Star- Buggles This WAS the first video on Mtv.

Violet- Hole Great song too bad she had her husband killed, YEAH I SAID IT!

Virtual Insanity- Jamiroquai Just a song I like.

Viva Las Vegas- Elvis Presley The king loved to gamble in SIN CITY!

VOA- Sammy Hagar and we all chanted U.S.A!

Voices Carry- 'Til Tuesday A ONE HIT WONDER and an 80's song if there ever was one!!!!

Volare- Dean Martin The DJ at Mark and (EX WIFE) Melissa's wedding played this.

Voodoo Child (Slight Return)- The Jimi Hendrix Experience A rockin' song from a GUITAR GOD!!! I always remember some ULTRA CHRISTIAN 'NAZI' TRYING to make a case that this song is about rejecting JEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEESUS! Nice 'stretch' clown!! 

Voulez-vous Coucher Avec Moi Ce Soir- Labelle The only French I know. Translation- "Would you like to come to bed with me this evening?"

The Wait- Metallica Off an EP that I must have listened to 1000 times!

Waiting in vain- Annie Lennox There were times in m life that this rang true. 

Waiting In Vain- Bob Marley and The Wailers AHHH The summer of 1995!

Waiting Is The Hardest Part- Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers They are right, it is!

Waiting On A Friend- The Rolling Stones They played this all the time when we first got MTV.....

Wake Up Dead- Megadeth One that I heard when my brother and his friends played from his room right below mine....

Walk On- U2  "You'll sell it and I'll buy it"

Walk on the Ocean- Toad the Wet Sprocket My 106.5 days.

Walkin' Shoes- Tora Tora Remember one of the rock stations down here in Charlotte (95.7 to be exact) playing this. 

Walking On Broken Glass- Annie Lennox A song and artist that is VERY COOL to me and reminds me of the early 90s.

Walking on the moon- The Police Someone on Twitter once posted that the live at Shea Stadium in 83 is DA BOMB!!!!

Wang Dang Sweet Poontang- Ted Nugent NOW I could sit here and LIE to ya about how great the guitar is in this one but I won't. I have this song stricly because of the title and the way he introduces it " I'd like to dedicate this to ALL that Nashville pussy!" HA!!!!!!!!

Wango Tango- Ted Nugent Yeah old Teddy is a very OUTSPOKEN personality but he plays a mean guitar. 

Want To- Sugarland A song TNN played a lot and seeing Jennifer Nettles getting out of a bed with someone else s shirt was pretty cool too.

Wanted Dead Or Alive- Bon Jovi "Because I'm a cowboy on this steel horse I ride."

War- Joe Satriani Just a great song I like!

War Machine- Kiss ALWAYS remember Dave D. telling me that he saw these guys in Rochester, NY and the kid next to him was throwing quarters at Gene Simmons. WELL security came and brought the WRONG kid to Gene!! This poor innocent kid was being cussed out by Gene on the side of the stage... So Paul introduced the next song by saying "Everyone better watch out because GENE is a WAR MACHINE!" 

War Pigs- Ozzy Osbourne The year was 1989 and we all went to Daren Lake up near Buffalo, NY to see OZZY. Mark V. made me vodka and lemonade all the way up there. Needless to say, It was a long day! They even had to stop the bus back to Allegany that night so I could puke. HA!

Wart Hog- Ramones Good luck trying to figure out what DEE DEE is saying!

Wasted Words- The Allman Brothers Band Working on a spare bedroom at Peachy's house in WI.

Watching, Waiting- Extreme From a GREAT debut album.

Wax Ecstatic (To Sell Angelina)- Sponge Interning at 106.5.

The Way- Fastball One from my 106.5 days.

The Way It Is- Tesla "The way that it goes."

The Way It Is- Bruce Hornsby And The Range Just song that reminds me of 1986.  

The Way You Look Tonight- Frank Sinatra WORK IT FRANK!

The Way You Make Me Feel- Michael Jackson Yeah he was REALLY weird but I do like his songs, AND this is one of them.

The Wind Cries Mary- The Jimi Hendrix Experience Eating chicken nachos in a  Mexican restaurant in West Bend, WI.

We Got To Get You A Woman- Todd Rundgren Just listening to ANY Todd R. makes me think of what my aunts and uncles must have listened to in the early 70s.

We May Never Pass This Way Again- Seals and Crofts To and from Bolivar in the 70s.

We Need A Little Christmas- Percy Faith CHRISTMAS on DEAN ST.!!!!
We Rock- Dio A song I was exposed to by my brother taping the video on VHS.... It was a video from a concert and I always though the DIO sign in the background was cool.

Weapon of Choice- Fat Boy Slim Remember I just moved back to Charlotte and I was jobless and so was my recently college graduated cousin Jeff M. so we would play golf and go around to NASCAR garages....

The Weight- Aretha Franklin Someone posted this song on DA BOOK and I listened to it and immediately downloaded it.

The Weight- The Band A song that reminds me of my junior year of high school because that is when I bought THE BEST OF THE BAND cd. 

Welcome Home (Sanitarium)- Metallica When I was a lifeguard in the mid 90s, we had this idiot as a boss, Donna was here name. She yelled at us for something and when she was done, I looked at Steve G. and I asked him if he "smelled mutiny in the air".  

Welcome to the Machine- Pink Floyd I LOATHED this song for years because the classic rock station OVER PLAYED it, matter of fact, I would switch to another station when I heard the first couple of notes that start out the song, BUT now that I am older, I appreciate this song and enjoy it. 

Wendy- The Beach Boys Mom LOVED these guys and she played this every time we went to Bolivar.

We're A Happy Family- Ramones AHHHH!!! Todd H. Thanks for exposing me to such a great punk rock band.

We've Got Tonight- Bob Seger "Who needs tomorrow?"

What A Fool Believes- The Doobie Brothers ALWAYS reminds me of my dad taking my brother and I to Steeler games because Bills games were 'UNSAFE' for minors back in the 70's.

What A Shame- Steely Dan Just a great song.

What About Love- Heart TRYING to act all cool at roller skating in 6th grade... We had it every Friday night in the gym at the elementary school.

What Child Is This?- Andy Williams This has to be on EVERY Christmas play list.

What Child Is This?- Johnny Mathis A Christmas song MUST

What Have You Done For Me Lately- Janet Jackson Working out at the old Racquet Club in Olean, NY. 

What it Takes- Aerosmith A MUST song to listen to after a break up.

What You Give- Tesla Just one of the many songs from these guys that I like.

What You Need- INXS This was a big hit for them and helped catapult them to ever bigger success with their next album.

What's The Matter Here- 10,000 Maniacs I would call The Wizard's "Resurrection SUNDAY" all the time and request this song! I LOVE IT THAT MUCH! FYI- child abuse is bad!

When Doves Cry- Prince Him getting out of a bath tub was kinda weird BUT this is a great song.

When I Look At The World- U2 This was their comeback album in 2000 and A MUST for any U2 fan.

When It's Love- Van Halen The year was 1988 and these guys could NOT do anything wrong!

When Love Comes To Town- U2 "I'm gonna catch that train."

When the Levee Breaks- Led Zeppelin Remember listening to this whole album when I was down in the basement working on my model railroad in the 80's.

When the Lightning Strikes- Aerosmith I saw the video for this on USA Network's Radio 1990 and thought it was a cool song even though it is the one album without Joe Perry. 

When The Stars Go Blue- Tim McGraw A great country song from my "country' kick in the 2000s.

When You Close Your Eyes- Night Ranger I like this song BUT you have to be real sure of yourself to actually think this.

When You Come Back Down- Nickel Creek I just like this band, they kinda have a bluegrass feel to them.

When You Say Nothing At All- Alison Krauss and Union Station She simply has a voice of an angel.

When You Were Mine- The Dixie Chicks This CD was in my sister-in-laws Honda Accord when I 'borrowed' it when she and my brother were on their honeymoon.

When Your Walls Come Down- Kiss AGAIN! I was so excited for the new Kiss cd in 1987. HELL? I still listen to some of the songs to this day.

When You're Smiling- Frank Sinatra Chillin' out in the tub after being on my feet all day at PMI up in WI.

Where Eagles Dare- Iron Maiden I love this song and it's based on an actual movie that would come on every LAZY Sunday and pops and I would ALWAYS watch.

Where Have All The Good Times Gone?- Van Halen Cruising around Olean and Allegany in Kevin K's crappy little car.

Where It's At- Beck Taking a walk with Natalie H. on my shoulders and her saying "2 turntables and a microphone" over and over again. 

Where The Streets Have No Name- U2 One of the many GREAT songs from an even BETTER album.

Wherever I May Roam- Metallica HA!! Jelly bean (John B.) throwing a firecracker in the Wendy's drive thru when we were riding in Blake T.'s Suburban. 

While You See A Chance- Steve Winwood PREACH IT STEVE!

Whiplash- Metallica From 'Kill'em All' an album my brother and his friends played constantly in the 80's. "ACTIN' LIKE A MANIAC!"

Whip It- Devo Classic MTV right there!!!!!

Whipping Post- The Allman Brothers Band "Good lord I feel like dying!"

Whiskey Lullaby Feat. Alison Krauss- Brad Paisley A broken heart and whiskey, or any booze, NEVER mix very well.

White Christmas- Bing Crosby A MUST for the Christmas season. 

White Christmas- Frank Sinatra I had to have ol' blue eyes version of this.

White Christmas- Johnny Mathis Nothing says Christmas on 120 Plum St. like......

White Discussion- Live Just remember this song being played A LOT when I worked at 106.5 and a DJ (Jack Anthony) would say at the end of the song "Remember when feedback was bad??" I love that!!!!!!

White Wedding- Billy Idol An MTV classic! 

Who Are You- The Who I have this song as a ring tone when someone who I don't know calls me. 

Who Are You? (CLEAN VERSION)- The Who  Ah hell, who am I kidding? He drops the F bomb.

Who Cares Wins- Anthrax From an album that came out right when we moved to Charlotte in 1988.

Who Wants To Be Lonely- Kiss Playing with legos up in Mark S. room and having his dad Gary come up and yell at us for being too loud.

Who Was In My Room Last Night?- Butthole Surfers One from my 106.5 days.  

Who You'd Be Today- Kenny Chesney Makes me think of old friends of mine that are no longer here.

Whole Lotta Love- Led Zeppelin "You need coolin', baby I ain't foolin'"

Whole Lotta Rosie- AC/DC  Fat girls are like scooters, they are fun to ride but you don't want your friends seeing you ride it.   

Who Do You Love?- George Thorogood and the Destroyers Just a song that one of the classic radio stations down here played A LOT!

Who's Gonna Ride Your Wild Horses- U2 I just like this song.

Why- Annie Lennox "Why can't you see this boat is sinking."

Why- Joe Satriani A song from a album that I listened to A LOT when I was in my ' what do I do with my life?" stage after I got out of high school!!!

Why Can't This Be Love- Van Halen This song soooooo ushered in the new VH in 86.

Why Can't We Be Friends?- War From a GREAT movie that I still watch once every few months.

Why Do You Think They Call It Dope?- Love/Hate Played this CD nonstop in my moms 89 Ford Probe.

Why don't we get drunk- Jimmy Buffett HA! Who here hasn't had 'beer googles'??????

Wicked Game- Chris Isaak Spring break 91. When Brad K. told us that we have to check out this video! The girl is SUPER HOT!

Wicked Garden- Stone Temple Pilots One from high school and my 106.5 days.

Wide Open Spaces- The Dixie Chicks When my brother and sister in law got married, I watched their house while they were on their honeymoon. I drove my sister in laws car to work a few times and she had a of the Dixie Chicks CDs in the player so I listened to A LOT of them.

Wild Child- W.A.S.P. "I want you!"

Wild Flower- The Cult Just a flat out ROCKIN' song!  

Wild Honey- U2 From A GREAT comeback album!

Wild Horses- The Rolling Stones "Couldn't drag me away."

Wild Horses- The Sundays A song I heard on a freaking Budwieser commercial, FYI, That stuff is CRAP, and my friend Joe W. had the cd and let me list record it on a cassette tape. That's right kids, we had to use CASSETTE tapes because CD-R was NOT an opion for us....

Wild, Wild Life- Talking Heads Remember MTV playing this video A LOT in 86.

Wild Side- Mötley Crüe Buying this CD at the Big Wheels dept store during a track meet in Salamanca, NY.

Wild Thing- Sam Kinison HA! "Why didn't you tell me you were a demon from hell?"

Wild Thing- Tone Loc An early 90's classic AND the drums and guitar are from 'Jami's Crying' from the Van Halen debut album.

Wind Me Up- Extreme Gary was great for this and, Van Halen, NOT so much.

Winner takes it all- Sammy Hagar From a very forgettable Stallone movie but I like it anyways. 

Winter Wonderland- Dean Martin A great Christmas song and on a CD I made for everyone in my family in 2000. 

Winter Wonderland- Johnny Mathis Christmas on 120 Plum St. in Bolivar, NY

Wipe Out- The Surfaris The ultimate surfing the California coast in the 60s song.

Wiped Out- Ace Frehley They didn't call him the 'Space man' for nothing. He was and is strange BUT he did make the best of the 4 solo albums.

Wire- The Nixons "This is my exodus." 

Wish it Would Rain Down- Phil Collins Freakin' Eric Clapton plays guitar on this. Not bad huh?

Wish You Were Here- Pink Floyd "We're just two lost souls swimmin' in a fish bowl."

Witchcraft- Frank Sinatra One of the many Sinatra songs I downloaded in my days of living in an apartment in WI.

Witchita Lineman-Glenn Campbell HA! No one knows what I am talking about when I say that "I am just a lineman for the county."

Witchy Woman-Eagles To this day, the first couple of cords get me all excited because I STILL think we are going to Nana's pool in Ohio.

With or Without You- U2 The summer of 1995 was a great and one of the reasons was that I was playing around with a girl that was HOT! ANYWAYS, she had a boyfriend at the same time as 'playing' around with me. I will NEVER forget her telling me that he was telling her that he couldn't live with or without her! So every time I hear this I think of her saying that to me... HA!!!!!! 

With Your Love- Jefferson Starship AHHH! The 70's and cruizin' around with mom because I was too young to go to school.

Without You- The Dixie Chicks AHHH! The days when I 'borrowed' my sister in laws car when she and my brother were on their honeymoon.

Without Your Love- TNT A song that as a little junior high loser, loved to listen to this (and the whole album) while working on my model train set in the basement. HA! I can hear everyone reading this "well 2+2=4 idiot!"

Wonder- Natalie Merchant She is my friend's cousin. That right there is pretty cool!

Wonderful- Adam Ant Yeah I know but I like this song!

Wonderful Tonight (Live)- Eric Clapton Just a beautiful song that I like.

Wonderwall- Oasis One from my 106.5 days.

Won't Get Fooled Again- The Who The line "Meet the new boss, Same as the old boss' ALWAYS rings in my head when I am exposed to a new one at work... ALSO I think of this! One of the best ROCK 'n' ROLL moments ever!!!

Words- Missing Persons Just a song I remember Mtv playing A LOT and I dug it, MAYBE it was because of the crazy bikini thing she was wearing. 

Working Man- Rush   A song from a BEST OF that my brother listened to A LOT when he came home from college in the summer.

Would- Alice In Chains Going to visit my brother up at his college.

Would I Lie To You- Eurythmics  The first thing I thought when I saw this video was "HOLY CRAP! Anne Lennox is wearing a dress"!

Wouldn't it be nice-The Beach Boys The best example of the genius of Brian Wilson.

Wouldn't Made Any Difference- Alison Krauss This woman can flat out sing!

Wrap It Up- The Fabulous Thunderbirds "I'll take it."

Wrap My Wings- Bang Tango A band that never quite made it but thanks to Todd H. I was exposed to their greatness.

Wrapped Around Your Finger- The Police Building models with the Prey twins.

Wrathchild- Iron Maiden BRITISH METAL at it's finest! 

The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald- Gordon Lightfoot One of my cousins played this at a bar in Bolivar, NY and his sister and I knew ALL the words!!!

YYZ- Rush No words just a great jam session. Oh and this is what YYZ means. 

Yankee Rose- David Lee Roth Sitting in Dorothy W.'s living room with Marci R. Louise K and Billy M. watching the video wen it first came out.... HA!!! "Give me a bottle of anything and a glazed donut to GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO."

Year Of The Cat- Al Stewart AHHHHHHH trips to Ohio in the 70s!

Yes Sir, That's My Baby- Frank Sinatra Oh Sinatra, How I love your style.

You- Candlebox One from my 106.5 days.

You And Me- Neil Young- Going up to see Blake T. at Wake Forest with Nikki, Gretchen, Chris D. and I in 1992.

You Are So Beautiful- Joe Cocker SAPPY but a great song...

You Belong With Me- Butch Walker His version of this Taylor Swift song makes it COOL to have.

You Better Run- Pat Benetar She was one of the first stars of Mtv.

You Better You Bet- The Who I loved this song and bought the K-Tel compilation tape with it on it.... HA! 

You Can't Always Get What You Want- The Rolling Stones Some people in our society need to know this.

You Can't Stop Rock 'N' Roll- Twisted Sister MTV use to play a clip of this video in one of their promos.

You've Got Another Thing Comin'- Judas Priest One of the most recognized songs from this band and I ALWAYS remember the video that MTV played all the time.

You Got Lucky- Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers GOOD LORD, Mtv played this all the time in the eary 80s. I guess it's ingrained in me now.

You Got That Right- Lynyrd Skynyrd The classic rock station down had this in HEAVY ROTATION.

You Got the Hooch- Everything- Met this guys backstage at a "Weenie Roast" in the 90s and they were soooooooooo nice to me. We even talked about video games that they played on the tour bus.

You Make Me Feel So Young- Frank Sinatra Good ol' blue eyes!  

You Make Me So Very Happy- Blood Sweat and Tears Just like the song.

You Make My Dreams- Hall and Oates An early 80s classic.

You Make Lovin' Fun- Fleetwood Mac One that was playing in the car going to Ohio OR Bradford, PA where mom liked to shop for us because there was no sales tax on clothes.

You May Be Right- Billy Joel "turn out the lights and don't try to save me."

You Never Can Tell- Chuck Berry ALWAYS liked this song and this scene solidified that feeling.

You Oughta Know- Alanis Morissette A song that always reminds of the summer 1995 when I was young, tan and a freakin' lifeguard.... This was also one of the first songs we deemed "ANGRY CHICK MUSIC' when I worked at 106.5. 

You Really Got Me- Van Halen   An over played song from an OVER PLAYED album but I have it on my iPod so others can hear it when I have 'random shuffle' on.

You Think You're Tough- Ratt Hair nation UNITE!

You'll See- Madonna THAT YOU WILL!

You'll Think Of Me- Keith Urban "Take your records, take your freedom." 

Young Lust- Aerosmith AHH to have the raging hormones I did when I was a teenager.

Young Lust- Pink Floyd I can NEVER get over the operator trying to explain that the guy answering the phone keeps hanging up. TOO FUNNY!

Your Body Is a Wonderland- John Mayer This describes a few days I had in high school.

Your Love- The Outfield Just an 80s song I like. 

Your Love Is King- Sade Just ANOTHER Sade song that I HAD TO HAVE because let's face it, the woman can SING!!!!

Your Time Is Gonna Come- Led Zeppelin A great song from A SUPER GREAT BAND and let's admit that we ALL have felt this way once or twice in our lives.

You're Crazy- Guns 'n Roses I think I can speak for everyone reading this, that we ALL have crossed paths with someone and thought this.

You've got another thing coming- Judas Priest Another video they played A LOT on MTV. 

You're In Love- Ratt Just a 'hair band' song I like. DEAL WITH IT!

You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'- The Righteous Brothers This was played one time on 'Old Guy Radio' segment on the 'Tony Kornhieser Show'. Until then, I forgot what a great song this is.

Yucca Man- Love/Hate I just love this band and song. 

Zero- Smashing Pumpkins One from my 106.5 days

Zero Zero UFO- Ramones Trying to be cool and listening to as much Ramones as I could handle so Todd would like more.

Zoo Station- U2 The opening track from a GREAT album!

10 Seconds To Love- Mötley Crüe Mom was very 'liberal' about what we listened to because she knew we didn't know what the songs meant. This is a perfect example of that. 

100,000 Years- Kiss "It must've been a bitch when I was gone."

19- Paul Hardcastle Like the song and it has a bunch a facts about 'NAM' that I never knew.

1952 Vincent Black Lightning- The Del McCoury Band Reminds me of a great form of music (BLUE GRASS) and of my friend Todd B. 

1979- The Smashing Pumpkins AHHHHH, My 106.5 days...

20th Century Boy- T.Rex "I wanna be your toy"   

2112- Rush This song demonstrates just how good they are! 

25 or 6 to 4- Chicago Hearing this on the radio in the car in the 70s.

409- The Beach Boys "SHE'S REAL FINE."

46 and 2- Tool Remember doing onsite promotions for 106.5 and seeing these guys at LAPALOOZA in the 90's.

4th Of July- Shooter Jennings GREAT memories of being at the Boike lake land on the 4th!

5.15- The Who Just a rockin' song. 

5150- Van Halen DARE I SAY, one of the best guitar solos EVER.... And I soooooo remember standing in Dave D.'s kitchen telling him I just got five thousand one hundred fifty and him "correcting" me by saying it's 51 50.

6 Underground- Sneaker Pimps A song that ALWAYS reminds me of walking the halls of 106.5 when I worked there.

8 Days A Week- The Beatles AN oldie but goody! I just like this song.

867-5309/Jenny- Tommy Tutone A one hit wonder from 1982!!! HA!!!!!! I ALWAYS give someone this #. Let's ponder this OKIE DOKIE? You get the # of a girl off the bathroom wall where it says ' for a good time call Jenny'. Let's fast forward and you are introducing your new girlfriend to your mom. She asks "so how did you two crazy kids meet?" The guy "Well mom I was takin' a leak at the bar down the street and saw her # on the bathroom wall, I said 'what the heck' I called and here we are now." Mom "Oh My God!!!!! REALLY??? Are you really serious? This is sooooooooooo not right"

99 Ways to Die- Megadeth Reminds me of doing a radio promotion with the morning show at the JCC's haunted house in the 90s.

I also have a few podcasts that I listen to religiously:
The Clark Howard Show
The Dave Ramsey Show.
The Adam Carolla Show
Bill Simmons
The Tony Kornheiser Show

I will NOT say that all of these songs were 'paid for' so to counter act my "Catholic Guilt" I will go to confession and do a few 'Hail Marys'.

 In other earth shattering news, the Big Lots in town has classed the place up by doing some remodeling. Good for them, no more nasty @$$ store! FYI- I would STILL shop there no matter how nasty it is. Saving $ almost trumps everything.

 I know I am late telling you this because I did it in freakin' January, BUT I have a sweet camera for my front door and driveway. Get this, I can SEE it any where I want. WOO HOO, technology RULES! Of course you have to call India or Pakistan to help get it set up and call me an ugly American but I cannot understand what they are saying to me. Our whole conversation consists of me saying, "excuse me, can you repeat that?". ANYWAYS! It works and here is a screen shot.

 I would like to thank Frank Wilson for advising me to get this camera while we enjoyed some AWESOME Tasta Pizza and watching our Sabres LOSE on tv.

  I also got to see an old friend.

 Even if I don't follow NASCAR anymore, the chance to hang out with him was worth going to the ALL STAR race. It was great to see him and I bet I annoyed him A LOT by always asking him the names of the drivers.

 One last thing, I want to apologize to Boike. Ever since his divorce, we have never seen eye to eye on things. Matter of fact, I think our friendship has suffered since. Let me just get to the point, it is easy for someone on the outside (ME) to think of it as a 'cut and dry' issue. BUT it's not, there are A LOT of emotions when it comes to a divorce. It's the end of a freaking HUGE relationship. There is A LOT of baggage involved and EVERYONE reacts to the situation differently. That's all and have a GREEEEEEEEEEAT June!


I just posted a video about an RR bell that I and my friends 'borrowed' in 92 from an old abandoned RR crossing!!!!! And ...