Shuffle Mode – The work edition

Posted: March 8, 2007 in Now Playing

Tale Of The Tape:
Dell DJ 30 (1st gen)
3138 songs (265 full albums) 

I was able to get some listening in at work tonight so I fired up my Dell DJ, selected “Play All Tracks”, and hit “Shuffle”. Here are the first 25 songs to come on (band-song-album):

  1. Pantera – All Over Tonight  (Projects In The Jungle)
  2. Judas Priest – Victim Of Changes  (Priest In The East)
  3. Alice Cooper – I Love The Dead  (Billion Dollar Babies)
  4. Dio – Better In The Dark  (Killing The Dragon)
  5. Trans-Siberian Orchestra – The Lost Christmas Eve  (The Lost Christmas Eve)
  6. Pantera – Takin’ My Life  (Projects In The Jungle)
  7. Saxon – Beyond The Grave  (Lionheart)
  8. Q5 – Ain’t No Way To Treat A Lady  (Steel The Light)
  9. MSG – Shadow Lady  (Tales Of Rock’n Roll)
  10. Alice Cooper – Yeah, Yeah, Yeah  (Killer)
  11. KISS – Mr. Speed  (Rock’n Roll Over)
  12. Westworld – Ivory Towers  (Westworld)
  13. Iron Maiden – The Loneliness Of The Long Distance Runner  (Somewhere In Time)
  14. Surrender – Sunrise Goodbye  (Better Late Than Never)
  15. Quiet Riot – Trouble Again  (Down To The Bone)
  16. Dio – Night Music  (Lock Up The Wolves)
  17. UFO – Unraveled  (Covenant)
  18. Krokus – Flying Through The Night  (To Rock Or Not To Be)
  19. Iron Maiden – Wrathchild  (Live After Death)
  20. Iron Maiden – Wildest Dreams  (Death On The Road)
  21. Vinnie Vincent Invasion – Invincible  (Guitars From Hell)
  22. KISS – Shandi  (Unmasked)
  23. Judas Priest – Love Bites  (Defenders Of The Faith)
  24. Def Leppard – Guilty  (Euphoria)
  25. Wig Wam – Slave To Your Love  (Wigwamania)
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Comments
  1. I like those Westworld tunes alot. That is a killer band. I am hoping to do some reviews on them in future weeks.

  2. rene says:

    Many great songs. I am a big fan of the first 4 PANTERA albums and its cool to see those songs from PROJECTS IN THE JUNGLE album.
    Great playlist Steve.
    I am listening now to OU812 by VAN HALEN and before EIGHT STAR, the lost album by TONY IOMMI with GLENN HUGHES recorded in 1996 (but oficialy released in 2004). I have the bootleg with DAVE HOLLAND on drums. They got his drum parts done again for the 2004 release because he was arrested for child porno. Dirty fucker!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Have a nice weekend Steve.

  3. Allyson says:

    I like how TSO is sandwiched between Dio and Pantera.

    That’s an entire blog entry in and of itself!

    Allyson

  4. Michael Cool says:

    On my way to work I’ve been spinning Lizzy Borden’s Best of, Manowar “Sign of the Hammer”, and Ratt “Out of the Cellar”

    The CD version of Exciter’s “Violence & Force” is missing “Evil Sinner” which is an awesome track. Funny, usually CD’s will tack on bonus tracks, not remove them !

  5. Rob – It’s a shame that Westworld is dead in the water, they released 3 great studio albums and a decent live album. Now that Tony Harnell left TNT, I’m hoping Mark reale and Tony will get it back together.

    Rene – I have the 2004 release of that Iommi/Hughes record, it’s very good. Dave Holland…..the fact that the underage victim had mental disabilities is even more disturbing.

    Michael – Is that the latest CD version of VIOLENCE & FORCE? I swear it was just reissued.

  6. Mike Cool says:

    Rhodeislandrock, this one was issued in 2004 by Megaforce Records so perhaps there’s a new re-issue of it.

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