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Day 3: Pleasuring yourself on Sunday with Music

Day 1,916, 14:01 Published in Ireland Ireland by Warrior without a Name

Well Well, looks like I almost forgot today as well.
Good thing I didn't

Anyway lets get started!

It's day 1,916, Same year as the Easter Rising took place in Ireland.
We'll have to start with a song about the Rising

The Foggy Dew - Wolfe Tones

Now for something I've wanted to post for a long time but didn't think it would get good reception.
Ah well, might as well do it

Megadeth - Rust in Peace...Polaris

Requested by James Keiller (I'll put the other song up tomorrow)
I've been doing a slow head nod to this while listening to it.

Elbow - Grounds for Divorce

Sent in by the Kurgan.
I loved the beat of this song, however I didn't like the vocals at the start.
Maybe because I've never been a fan of the talking type vocals in a song.
It makes me think of Finland's Eurovision entry a few years ago.
Infact I'll post that too

Gott Sein - Megaherz

Finland's Eurovision 2006 Entry
Lordi - Hard Rock Hallelujah

Ok so we all agree(just me) I'll post more then usual on a Sunday.



Viktor Kurgan
Viktor Kurgan Day 1,916, 16:42

That song of mine is a kind and gentle story about craving for God's love and understanding Him.

My suggestion for today: Haustor a 1980's band from Zagreb, Croatia (then communist Yugoslavia)

Song is about girls in summer dresses....

Warrior without a Name
Warrior without a Name Day 1,916, 17:46

Wish I understood it the first time, Curse my non-multiple dialect skills!
P.S Amazing song!

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