Wednesday, April 27, 2011

My Playlist - April 2011

This is my playlist of this month, April 2011. So these are the songs I've been listening to the most, which you probably already figured out on your own. There were some older bands like Simple Plan, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Muse and Framing Hanley, all bands I've been listening to for a while now. And of course I discovered new bands as well, Hurts being one of those, just like 32 Leaves. 

As favorite band of the month I pick Boyce Avenue, for the simple reason that I went to their concert on April 22th and it was beyond amazing.

All the titles of the songs are links to youtube, so all you have to do is click on that and you'll be able to watch the video of the song on Youtube.

Typical by Tickle Me Pink
Losing Your Memory by Ryan Star
Don't Fight It by 10 Years
Life Is What You Make It by Number One Gun
Old Haunts by The Gaslight Anthem
Along the Way by Ashley Parker Angel
Morning After by Dead By Sunrise
Heaven For The Weather by The Audition (didn't find a link on youtube)
Wretches And Kings by Linkin Park
Killing The Light by Black Rebel Motorcycle Club
Tomorrow Starts Today by Mobile
Have Gun Will Travel by The Audition (only found a live acoustic version)
Time To Say Goodbye by Simple Plan
Swear It Like You Mean It by Go Radio
Who Cares? by Ashley Parker Angel
Fireside Wing by Number One Gun
All Falls Down by Adelitas Way
Awakening by Switchfoot
Accidents Can Happen by Sixx AM 
Tighten Up by The Black Keys
Let Go Control by Saosin
Discover (Why The Love Hurts) by Elliot Minor
Bury Your Head by Saosin
Voices by Saosin
Hear Me Now by Framing Hanley
Hell To Sell by The Audition
Illuminated by Hurts
Here's Everything I've Always Wanted To Say by Jamison Parker
Take A Bow by Muse
Sick by Adelitas Way
The Wolf by Fever Ray
The Water by Hurts
Roses And Butterflies by Making April
When The Lights Die by Boyce Avenue
Machine Gun Blues by Social Distortion
Way Beyond by 32 Leaves
Deep Breath by 32 Leaves
Briane by Boyce Avenue
Psycho by Puddle Of Mudd
Forget December by Something Corporate

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