Thursday, September 15, 2005

Songs to Frag to.

OK...Got my playlist up and a new software mp3 player (minimal CPU usage) for this Saturday's send off game. I've been trying to figure out how to play music while playing (sorta like an in-game walkman) but never got the right mp3 player to do so. Got it now. (NAD mp3 for all ye windowes users out there) So, I'm either going to get a whole lot better this Saturday, or a whole lot worse. :)

1) Here ~ Vast (To set the mood)
2) Dip ~ THC
3) Bkack Black Heart ~ David Usher
4) I don't wanna be ~ Gavin Degraw
5) Gravity ~ The Superjesus
6) Get Set ~ Taxiride
7) The Honeymoon is Over ~ The Cruel Sea
8) Kids ~ Kylie + Robbie Williams
9) Come out and Play ~ The Offspring (Classic shoot 'em up song)
10) Block Rockin' Beats ~ The Chemical Brothers
11) Push it ~ Garbage
12) Rollin' ~ Limp Bizkit
13) Play that funky music ~ Wild Cherry
14) In the end ~ Linkin Park
15) How do you want it ~ Tupac + Jodeci (Ah...hip hop. The music of shootings...)
16) You can do it ~ Ice Cube + Ms T.
17) The brick vs Gitty Up ~ Salt n Pepa
18) Hit 'em high ~ Busta Rhymes, B Real, Coolio, Method Man and LL Cool J.
19) Unbelievable ~ EMF
20) Insane in the Brain ~ Cypress Hill

What would your ideal songlists be?


Blogger Terz said...

Partial to Song 2 (Blur) and something from the Appetite for Destruction album by GnR that I can't recall at the moment (I remember great sessions for paintball to that music).

11:29 AM  
Blogger Fannwong! said...

mine's 'ai bia jia eh yia'

4:45 PM  
Blogger wahj said...

hmm. Never thought about a soundtrack for fragging.

For the intellectual fragger, perhaps some classical?:
- Bach's cello suites for sniping and creeping.
- Schubert's "Death and Maiden" for dramatic fight sequences.

But what I'd love to frag to:
"All Along the Watchtower"
"Machine Gun" (for you know what)
"Purple Haze"

= )

8:18 PM  
Blogger BoKo said...

Mendelssohn's Hebrides Overture has some good sections for a moody setting too.

And there are any number of stirring marches from the likes of Schubert, Elgar, etc.

Personally I think I would like to snipe to some Gregorian chants. It's almost psychotic - like some monk gone mad =)

12:06 AM  

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