WARNING: This volume was created by a girl and may contain music that hurts manly ears.
This song is the soul of every hobo and sweatshop working people out there. Maybe you'll learn something if you listen to it. If y'all are talking about the Industrial Revolution in World History II, bug your teacher to waste 5 minutes of class time to listen to this song. It's nice to get something less scream-y and hardcore from Rise Against for once.
Great southern rock vibe from this band. I'm amazed that these old men can still make a kid like their music. The song title may be cheesy, but you know what they say... never judge a song by its title.
Mae has always been a good band but this song's been stuck in my head lately so I thought I'd throw this in.
British rock band. They sound really fresh, check ‘em out.
The Color Fred was introduced to me by a friend and I've been hooked since. They've got their CD out on iTunes. Buy the whole thing and you won't be disappointed.
The Starting Line used to be a typical punk/pop rock band of these days, but they had a total makeover with their new CD, Direction. Unique collaboration of instruments and better vocals finally makes them a noticeable band. A good example of this is Island, a song that is just too catchy to ignore.
Great song, great video. Lyrics could use a little tweak, but the song more than makes up for the lack of content. We also see another adventurous band with excellent blend of rock and piano.
If you want something stuck in your head all day, listen to this. And if you want a video that's so scary it's bound to make you wet your pants, then puff your chest, be a man (or woman) and watch it.
Old song, but one my favorites. Carbon Leaf's also from Richmond, so locals always stick for other locals, right?