Sure, if I could play Through the Fire and Flames, no reasonable song would stand in my way.
My utter lack of musical skills are best reflected in the only song I can play: Gubben Noak.
Orion and something completely different.
Make it two, actually, one song during the ceremony and the other during the reception.
Turisas has replaced NIN and AC/DC as the main lightning rod for anger.
This is the title track of their debut album, Battle Metal.
Metallica’s Ride the Lightning is the quintessential speed metal album. This is Call of Ktulu, a misspelled instrumental that was my first conscious introduction to the weird world of H.P. Lovecraft.
Anssi Kela‘s Milla. It’s on pretty much all the time, after ten years.
Sarah McLachlan‘s ethereal staring-outta-the-window music hit me like a steamhammer.
Limp Bizkit has always rubbed me the wrong way. While the music is no more annoying than the neighboring nu-metal band’s, Fred Durst manages to be on the very top of the irritation scales.
Finland’s first and thus far only world championship in ice hockey is definitely an event. Until the 1995 games in Stockholm the finnish team songs consisted mainly of Smoke on the Water (Blackmore / Gillan) and Mats Sundin är Homosexuell (trad.).
During the pillage of Globen we not only robbed the swedes of the gold medal, but also liberated their song. Den Glider In was inescapable in 1995, and even nowadays surfaces occasionally.