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1. Carnivore - Carnivore

2. Sacramentum - Burning Lust

3. Steel Attack - The Other Side

4. Slayer - Mandatory Suicide

5. Blind Guardian - The Script For My Requiem

6. Malevolent Creation - Thou Shalt Kill

7. Ulcerate - Odiom

8. Candlemass - Spellbreaker

9. Primordial - Sons Of The Morigan

10. Judas Iscariot - Before A Circle Of Darkness

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1. Children Of Bodom - Are You Dead Yet

2. Caliban - Detect Your Liberty

3. Caliban - Tyranny Of Small Misery

4. Converge - No Heroes

5. Obituary - End It Now

6. Vanna - I Said I'm Fine

7. Pantera - Strength Beyond Strenght

8. Machine Head - Locust

9. Melevolent Creation - Slaughter Of Innocence

10. Bolt Thrower - When Glory beckons. 

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Alright here we go. 

1. Black Sabbath - 'Iron Man' 

2. Poison - 'Your Mamma Don't Dance' (god, how embarrassing... why do I have this?)

3. Steel Panther - 'Party Like Tomorrow is the End of the World' 

4. Woods of Ypres - 'Travelling Alone' (I don't care what Apple says, the two Woods albums on my phone come on way too often for it to be random.)

5. Guns n Roses - 'Live and Let Die'

6. Sentenced - 'Cross My Heart and Hope to Die'

7. Cradle of Filth - 'The Night at Catafalque Manor'

8. Black Sabbath - 'Sleeping Village'

9. Eluveitie - 'A Rose for Epona'

10. Warrant - '32 Pennies'

Disturbing amount of hair metal came out this round. I just don't trust these phones. 

 

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Iron Maiden "Invaders"

Orbital "Dwr Budr" (yep non-metal bitches, sue me)

Testament "Stronghold"

Tsjuder "Ancient Hate"

Kiss "100,000 Years"

1349 "Internal Winter"

Winger "Without the Night"

Windir "The Blacksmith and the Troll of Lundamyri"

Drudkh "Farewell To Autumn's Sorrowful Birds"

Carcass "Ruputured in Purulence"

YES! Hi Fives to Amazon shuffle here!

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I've hardly got anything on my new phone, so this will probably prove disastrous. Anyway, here we go: 

1. Black Sabbath - 'Iron Man'

2. The Clancy Brothers - 'Portlairge'

3. Guns n Roses - 'Dead Horse'

4. Woods of Ypres - 'Natural Technologies' (there's something wrong with these files, because they ALWAYS come up in a shuffle. It's like the spirit of David Gold forces his songs on when I press shuffle). 

5. God Dethroned - 'A Call to Arms'

6. The Clancy Brothers - 'The Wind that Shakes the Barley'

7. The Clancy Brothers - 'Bold Thady Quill' (this is one of the great Irish folk songs. A masterpiece. Why is so much Clancy Brothers material turning up though? Iphones claim to be random, but come on.)

8. Alestorm - 'Fucked with an Anchor' (hahaha, yes!)

9. Cradle of Filth - 'The Seductiveness of Decay'

10. Pist.On - 'Parole'

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1. Mournful Congregation - As I Drown In Loveless Rain

2. Immortal - Antarctica

3. Dissection - Soulreaper

4. Candlemass - At The Gallows End

5. Katatonia - Without God

6. Bathory - Shores In Flames

7. Mayhem - Funeral Fog

8. My Dying Bride - A Sea To Suffer In

9. Nevertanezra - Seperation Anxiety

10. Salem - Dying Embers

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1. Kaboom by Ursula 1000

2. Älä tyri nyt by Jukka Poika

3. Not Your Son by Lapko

4. Armo by Apulanta

5. Mississippi King by Five Horse Johnson

6. A New Age Moving In by D-A-D

7. Settin' the Woods On Fire by Hank Williams

8. Teenage Whore by Hole

9. Whole by Girlyboi

10. I Know Where You Sleep by Emilie Autumn

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On 6/24/2018 at 5:19 PM, RelentlessOblivion said:

1. Mournful Congregation - As I Drown In Loveless Rain

2. Immortal - Antarctica

3. Dissection - Soulreaper

4. Candlemass - At The Gallows End

5. Katatonia - Without God

6. Bathory - Shores In Flames

7. Mayhem - Funeral Fog

8. My Dying Bride - A Sea To Suffer In

9. Nevertanezra - Seperation Anxiety

10. Salem - Dying Embers

I wouldn't kick you out of the party if you put all this on the stereo. 

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1. Sonny Rollins - Blue 7 (some good old jazz)

2. The Troggs - Wild Thing (a good classic that even Hendrix performed)

3. Sleep - Nain’s Baptism (finally some metal)

4. John Coltrane - Everytime We Say Goodbye (surprised at how much jazz is showing up already)

5. Miley Cyrus - The Climb (that’s Mom’s music, not mine)

6. Tupac - All Eyez On Me (some good old gangsta rap)

7. Tupac - Can’t C Me (2 rap songs in a row)

8. Sleep - From Beyond (about time some more metal showed up)

9. The Surrey With the Fringe On Top - Wes Montgomery (How much jazz do I have on here?!)

10. AC/DC - For Those About To Rock (We Salute You) (a good rock anthem)

Turns our there was a bit of variety in this list. A bit of rock, metal, jazz, pop, and rap in these 10 tracks. I’m not too surprised at the list, considering that I’ve always been a person that likes variety.

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Of Feather and Bone "Resounding From the Depths"

Yob "Beauty In Falling Leaves"

Overkill "In Union We Stand"

Bathory "Revelation of Doom"

Immortal "The Darkness That Embraces Me"

Asphyx "Cape Horn"

Xentrix "Dark Enemy"

Sargeist "Hunting Eyes"

My Dying Bride "The Bitterness And The Bereavement"

Enslaved "Lightning"

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Re:First 10 songs: 1.Beast and the Harlot-A7X,2.Before I Forget-Slipknot,3.Nemesis-Arch Enemy,4.Your Betrayal-BFMV,5.Hammer Smashed Face-Cannibal Corpse,6.Tornado of Souls-Megadeth,7.Angel of Death-Slayer,8.Master of Puppets-Metallica,9.Iron Man-Black Sabbath,10.The Trooper-Iron Maiden

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Inertia: Bubonic

Black Sabbath: The Wizard

Archspire: The Mimic Well

Illuminati: The Core

Timeghoul: The Siege

Black Sabbath: Iron Man

Cryogenecide: Sickening Solar Mutations

Evulse: Hideous Mind

The Men's Toilet: Aftermath of Pustulate Disfigurement

Inertia: Monkey's Paw

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Thin Lizzy - Boys Are Back in Town

Boston - Peace of Mind

ZZ Top - Gimme All Your Lovin'

Billy Idol - Rebel Yell

Judas Priest - You've Got Another Thing Comin'

Motley Crue - Kickstart My Heart

Warlock - All We Are

Motley Crue - Looks That Kill

Suicidal Tendencies - The Feeling's Back

WASP - Cries in the Night

But this is my work playlist, so no extreme metal. :P 

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Behexen - Night of the Blasphemy (Rituale Satanum - 2000 - Sinister Figure)

Ornette Coleman - Peace (The Shape of Jazz to Come - 1959 - Atlantic 1317)

Metal Church - [My Favourite] Nightmare (Metal Church - 1984 - Ground Zero Records)

Blut Aus Nord - Rigsthula (Ultima Thulee - 1995 - Impure Creations Records)

Cynic - Kindly Bent To Free Us (Kindly Bent To Free Us - 2014 - Season of Mist)

Overkill - Shred - (Under The Influence - 1988 - Megaforce Records)

Machine Head - Wolves - (The Blackening - 2007 - Roadrunner Records)

Lurk - Tale Blade - (Fringe - 2016 - Transcending Obscurity Records)

Grave Miasma - Kussa'u Tibtihu - (Exalted Emanations - 2009 - Sepulchral Voice Records)

Mayhem - Pure Fucking Armageddon - (Live in Leipzig - 1993 - Obscure Plasma)

 

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Tormentor - Tormentor II (Anno Domini - 1989 - Independent)

Destroyer 666 - Genesis to Genocide (Unchain the Wolves - 1997 - Modern Invasion Music)

Immortal - Demonium - (Sons of Northern Darkness - 2002 - Nuclear Blast)

Ulcerate - End the Hope - (Shrines of Paralysis - 2016 - Relapse Records)

Serpentine Path - Obseletion - (Serpentine Path - 2012 - Relapse Records) 

Deathspell Omega - Drink the Devil's Blood - (Si Monventvm, Reqvires Circvmspice - 2004 - Norma Evangelium Diaboli)

Mayhem - PsyWar - (Esoteric Warfare - 2014 - Season of Mist)

Danzig - Evil Thing - (Danzig - 1988 - Def American Recordings)

Ulcerate - Soulessness Embraced - (Everything is Fire - 2009 - Willowtip Records)

Condor - 83 Days of Radiation - (Unstoppable Power - 2017 - High Roller Records)

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1. Eminem - Criminal (Marshal Mathers LP1)

2. The Dead Kennedys - Holiday In Cambodia (1978 demo)

3. Eminem - Stan (Marshal Mathers LP1)

4. N.W.A - Straight Outta Compton (Straight Outta Compton)

5. Metallica - Fade to Black (Ride the Lightning)

6. Mayhem - Freezing Moon (De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas)

7. Misfits - Dig Up Her Bones (Hate the Living, Love the Dead)

8. Iron Maiden - Hallowed Be Thy Name (Number of the Beast)

9. Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody (A Night at the Opera)

10. The White Stripes - Seven Nation Army (Elephant)

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1. Motley Crue "Girls, Girls, Girls"

2. Master "Unknown Soldier (Triggered MIx)"

3. Adramelech "Thoth (lord of the Holy Words)"

4. Esoctrilihum "Incursus Into Daeth Hausth"

5. Cirith Gorgor "Through Burning Wastelands"

6. Nile "Barra Edinazzu"

7. Grand Magus "Mountains Be My Throne"

8. Discharge "Protest and Survive"

9. Evoken "A Tenebrous Vision"

10. Alghazanth "To Flames the Flesh"

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1. Mayhem - 'Deathcrush' from 'Live in Liepzig'

2. Marduk - 'Frontschwein' (great 1-2 there)

3. Woods of Ypres - 'Everything I Touch Turns to Gold' (another Woods song)

4. Deafheaven - 'Vertigo'

5. Guns n Roses - 'Sweet Child o Mine'

6. Rotting Christ - 'Fire God and Fear'

7. Darkthrone - 'Transilivanian Hunger'

8. Korpiklaani - 'Wooden Pints'

9. Cradle of Filth - 'Gilded Cunt'

10. Dimmu Borgir - 'Blessings Upon the Throne of Tyranny'

Great round for me, that one. 

 

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