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If you're stuck in 1997 like me, the new Third Eye Blind cd came out today. It's available for download on Amazon.com for $3.99.
http://www.amazon.com/Ursa-Major/dp/B002LFRXFC/ref=dm_cd_album_lnk?..."

If you're a fan of the band, this is not a bad album. It's more than worth $3.99.

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Going Through My CD Collection:

Fan Jams - A Collection of Stadium Fight Songs - Various artists.  From FOX Sports Radio. Another collection of the sort of music played between plays at ballgames. 

Most of these songs I've had my fill of at games, and never needed to own any of them.

The Baron said:

Going Through My CD Collection:

Fan Jams - A Collection of Stadium Fight Songs - Various artists.  From FOX Sports Radio. Another collection of the sort of music played between plays at ballgames. 

Going Through My CD Collection:

God Bless America - Various artists.  A collection that was done for the benefit of the Twin Towers Fund.  An interesting variety of music, including Dylan doing "Blowin' in the Wind", Sinatra doing "God Bless America" and Peter Seeger doing "This Land is Your Land"

 

Hayseed Dixie - A Hillbilly Tribute to AC/DC - Various AC/DC songs done in a "country" style. It works surprisingly well.

 

The Great Marches Vol. 1 - Lots of familiar ones here. "Stars and Stripes Forever", of course, and "The Liberty Bell" (which will always be associated with the Pythons, in my mind) and "Pomp and Circumstances" (which always brings to mind Randy "Macho Man" Savage").

Going Through My CD Collection:

The Great Marches Vol. II - This volume focuses more on European stuff. It includes Chopin's "Funeral March", and Gounod's "Funeral March for a Marionette", better known as the "Alfred Hitchcock Presents Theme".

Hayseed Dixie - A Hillbilly Tribute to AC/DC - Various AC/DC songs done in a "country" style. It works surprisingly well.

I haven't heard all of it, but from what I have heard, I agree it is pretty good.

Going Through My CD Collection:

We All Love Ennio Morricone -  Various artists.  A tribute  to his music. A mixed bag, some good stuff, some mediocre.

Going Through My CD Collection:

America: A Tribute to Heroes-  Various artists.  A two-disc set that was released in the wake of 9/11. Some good stuff.

Going Through My CD Collection:

The Concert for New York City -  Various artists.  Another two-disc set that was released in the wake of 9/11. Some good stuff.

Going Through My CD Collection:

20 Best of 50's Rock 'n' Roll -  Various artists.  Fun songs from the 1950's.

Going Through My CD Collection:

20 Best Hits of the 50's-  Various artists.  More fun songs from the 1950's.

 

Happy Days - 50's & 60's - A similar collection,  Nothing to do with the TV show, though I'm sure the name is meant to evoke a connection.

 

The Rock 'n' Roll Era - Keep On Rockin' - More of the same.

Going Through My CD Collection:

Casey Kasem Presents America's Top Ten 1970's Greatest Hits -  Various artists.  An OK collection. Interestingly, the only track that that I remember knowing in the 1970's was "School's Out" by Alice Cooper.

Going Through My CD Collection:

Pure 80's #1s -  Various artists.  The soundtrack of the brief period in time when I thought I was cool.  (I wasn't cool, but I thought I was!)

 

Sounds of the Eighties - Big 80's - More of the same.

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