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  1. Surrender

    Surrender (2008)


    "Surrender" is a song by the Electric Light Orchestra, and was released as a bonus track on the 2006 remastered version of their 1976 studio album A New World Record.

  2. Let It All Bleed Out

    Let It All Bleed Out (2006)


    "Let It All Bleed Out" is the third and final promotional single from Rob Zombie's third solo album Educated Horses. The song is one of the heavier tracks on the album. It also has strange voice overs in the beginning and middle of the song, thought to be the voice of Zombie by many fans.

  3. I Am The Highway

    I Am The Highway


    "I Am the Highway" is a song by American rock band Audioslave and the fourth single from their 2002 self-titled debut, released in 2004. It reached #66 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2004, #2 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart and #3 on the Modern Rock Tracks chart.

  4. Arms Around Your Love

    Arms Around Your Love (2007)


    "Arms Around Your Love" is the third single from Chris Cornell's second solo album, Carry On.

  5. Red White And Blue

    Red White And Blue (2003)


    "Red White and Blue (Love it or Leave)" is a song by southern rock band Lynyrd Skynyrd released on its 2003 album, Vicious Cycle. It reached #27 on the Billboard Mainstream Charts. It was written shortly after the September 11 attacks.

  6. We're Coming Home

    We're Coming Home


    "We're Coming Home" is the fourth single released by Rogue Traders from their second album Here Come the Drums. Release in the UK and Ireland was cancelled after the poor performance of "Watching You" and "Way to Go!".

  7. Stand In The Rain

    Stand In The Rain


  8. Special K

    Special K (2000)


    "Special K" is an EP by alternative rock band Placebo, taken from their third album, Black Market Music. The song has many drug references: the "special K" in the title refers to the drug ketamine.

  9. What Are You Looking For

    What Are You Looking For (2007)


    "What Are You Looking For" is the third single released from Sick Puppies' 2007 album Dressed Up as Life.

  10. Your Decision

    Your Decision (2009)


    "Your Decision" is a song by Alice in Chains, featured on their fourth studio album Black Gives Way to Blue (2009). It was released as the third single and fourth track from the album on November 16, 2009 in the UK, and was released in the US on December 1, 2009. The track features an acoustic rhythm and breaks from the dark, aggressive leanings of the previous songs in exchange for an emotional tone that, while muted and perhaps tinged with sad resignation, can also be interpreted as calmer and more at peace. The single reached number one on the Billboard Rock Songs and Mainstream Rock charts, and number four on the Alternative Songs chart.

  11. Dig



    "Dig" is the second single released by American alternative rock band Incubus from their sixth studio album Light Grenades (2006). Receiving huge airplay from alternative rock radio stations throughout the United States, "Dig" peaked at number four on the Modern Rock Tracks chart. On the Adult Top 40 chart, it reached number 17, while just breaking the Billboard Hot 100 chart with a placement at number 94. This song was also featured in the video games Madden NFL 07 and Lego Rock Band.

  12. Precious Illusions

    Precious Illusions (2002)


    "Precious Illusions" is a song written and produced by Alanis Morissette, and recorded for her sixth album Under Rug Swept (2002). It released as the album's second and final international single in mid-2002 (see 2002 in music); CD1 was released on August 5 and CD2 followed on October 29.

  13. Life Less Frightening

    Life Less Frightening (2004)


    "Life Less Frightening" is the third song from the Chicago melodic hardcore band Rise Against's 2004 album Siren Song of the Counter Culture. It is the third track on the album and runs approximately 3 minutes and 44 seconds.

  14. Let Me Go

    Let Me Go (2005)


    "Let Me Go" is the title of a song recorded by American rock band 3 Doors Down. It was released in 2005 as the lead single from the album Seventeen Days. The single was released in February 2005, and reached number 14 on the Billboard Hot 100 and Modern Rock Tracks charts, and number 6 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. It was originally intended for the film Spider-Man 2 but withheld.

  15. Never Gonna Stop

    Never Gonna Stop (2002)


    "Never Gonna Stop (The Red, Red Kroovy)" is a promotional single taken from Rob Zombie's second album The Sinister Urge. The song can also be found on Zombie's Past, Present & Future and The Best of Rob Zombie. It was nominated the Grammy for Best Metal Performance for the 2002 Grammy Awards Ceremony.

  16. My World

    My World (2007)


    "My World" is the second single released from Sick Puppies' 2007 album Dressed Up as Life.

  17. Hate Me

    Hate Me


    "Hate Me" is a 2006 single from the Houston, Texas, alternative rock group Blue October. The song peaked at number two on the Billboard Modern Rock charts and at number 29 on the U.S. Hot 100. In 2007 the video for the song was nominated for a MuchMusic Video Award for best international video. The video is featured in the 2007 karaoke video game for PlayStation 2, Singstar Pop. The song won an ASCAP award in 2007.

  18. Boots

    Boots (2010)


    "Boots" is a Christmas song by Las Vegas rock band The Killers, which was released as a digital download on November 30, 2010, despite the band being on hiatus. All proceeds from the song go to AIDS charities as part of the (PRODUCT)RED campaign, headed by Bono and Bobby Shriver.

  19. Loser

    Loser (1999)


    "Loser" is the title of a song recorded by American alternative rock band 3 Doors Down. It was released in July 2000 as the second single from their debut album The Better Life. The song spent 21 weeks at the number-one position on the Billboard U.S. Mainstream Rock chart, an all-time record for the chart.

  20. Happy? (Mudvayne song)

    Happy? (Mudvayne song) (2005)


    "Happy?" is a single from the band Mudvayne's third album, Lost and Found. It was released in 2005 and is a highly played song on the radio. The song was the theme song of WWE Vengeance 2005 and has been played as a commercial bumper track for The Jim Rome Show. "Happy?" was named both the No. 1 Headbangers Ball Video of 2005 and Billboard Monitor's Active Rock Song of the Year. The song held the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart for one week, and reached No. 8 on the Hot Modern Rock Tracks chart.

  21. Waiting



  22. Devil's Party

    Devil's Party (2005)


    "Devil's Party" is a song by Australian band INXS, released as the third single from their eleventh studio album Switch, which was also the first with new lead singer J.D. Fortune, winner of the Rock Star: INXS competition. The single was released in 2006 and features music written by Andrew Farriss and lyrics by J. D. Fortune.

  23. Send The Pain Below

    Send The Pain Below


    "Send the Pain Below" is a song by Chevelle and was released as the second single from their second album Wonder What's Next. The song is considered their most successful where it first hit #1 on Modern Rock Tracks chart on July 5, 2003 for 1 week and stayed on the chart for 36 weeks, then it hit #1 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart a week later on July 12, 2003 for 4 non-consecutive weeks and stayed on the chart for 35 weeks. It hit #65 on the Billboard Hot 100 where it charted lower than their prior hit "The Red" at #56, but "Send the Pain Below" was considered more successful on the rock and alternative charts and it still had more pop success despite charting lower on the Hot 100. Lyrically, "Send the Pain Below" appears to describe a relationship where one person suppresses and hurts the other. It is told through the receiver's perspective.

  24. Collide

    Collide (2003)


    "Collide" is a song by American artist Howie Day. It was released in July 2004 as the second single from his second full-length album, Stop All the World Now. The song, written by Kevin Griffin and Howie Day, follows in the vein of works from other pop balladeers like Dave Matthews, John Mayer and Duncan Sheik. The London Session Orchestra provided backing instrumentation on the initial album version of the song.

  25. Running Away

    Running Away (2001)


    "Running Away" is a single recorded by Hoobastank. It was the third single released from the band's 2001 self-titled debut. The song peaked at #2 on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart and became the highest charting single from the album and one of Hoobastank's biggest hits. It is also featured on Now That's What I Call Music! 11.

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