Try playing these tracks at 11!
This is Lostprophets with Five Is A Four Letter Word, a track from their 2001 debut – TheFakeSoundOfProgress.
The album was recorded in one week for around £4000.
Immigrant Song a classic from Led Zeppelin, written and released in 1970.
The song is dedicated to the Icelander Leif Ericson, and is sung from the perspective of Vikings rowing west from Scandinavia in search of new lands. The lyrics make explicit reference to Viking conquests and the Old Norse religion (Fight the horde, sing and cry, Valhalla, I am coming!).
The wonderfully named Black History Month by Death From Above 1979, the third single from their album You’re a Woman, I’m a Machine.
Fact (not that interesting) :
They called it Black History Month because it was written in February.
2. Video can be found here.
CAUTION: STRONG THUG VIOLENCE, unsuitable for most people.
†, alternatively known as Cross, is the debut album of the French electro house duo Justice, first released on June 11, 2007. This track is my personal highlight from a brilliant album.
The track contains a sample of Night on Disco Mountain by David Shire from Saturday Night Fever and a sample of Jocko Homo by Devo. The latter sample is uncredited in the liner notes.
Blue Orchid is the first track by The White Stripes from their 2005 album Get Behind Me Satan, and the first single to be released from it.
The recorded sound is produced by an playing a guitar into an Electro-Harmonix creation, the Polyphonic Octave Generator (POG).
Now get down to the doctors and buy yourself a hearing aid!