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I nicked this from Summers myspace, cos I am cool like that.

So, here's how it works:

1. Open your library (iTunes, Winamp, Media Player, iPod, etc)

2. Put it on shuffle

3. Press play

4. For every question, type the song that's playing

5. When you go to a new question, press the next button

6. Don't lie and try to pretend you're cool...

Opening Credits: A Perfect Circle "Judith" (good song, but opening credits? hmmm...)

Waking Up: Led Zeppelin "Whole Lotta Love" (good sign for the day? >_>)

First Day At School: Sikth "Scent Of The Obscene (.....bad first day?)

Falling In Love: The Used "Buried Myself Alive (....ok, my bloke isn't really having a good time at all)

Fight Song: Unearth "March Of The Mutes" (ugly metal for an ugly fight)

Breaking Up: The Killers "All These Things That I've Done" (.....*shrugs*...)

Prom: Prong "Snap Your Fingers, Snap Your Neck" (bad prom, I guess)

Life's OK: The Used "A Box Full Of Sharp Objects" (at least the lyrics fit it somewhat)

Mental Breakdown: Peeping Tom "Mojo" (I can kinda see this fitting)

Driving: Mastodon "Sleeping Giant" (man...my iPod sucks at getting this right)

Flashback: Queens Of The Stone Age "First It Giveth (thats more like it)

Wedding: Amplifier "Elysian Gold" (has the dreamy feel about it, could work)

Getting Back Together: Unearth "Impostors Kingdom" (ugly metal for the ugly getting back together >_>)

Paradise lost : Queen "Don't Stop Me Now" (...my bloke seems to like it)

Birth of Child: The Zutons "Valerie (must be a ginger child)

Final Battle: The Raconteurs "Steady As She Goes" (...not exactly angry)

Death Scene: Ben Folds "Not The Same" (finally, one that I can really see fitting the scene)

Funeral Scene: Snow Patrol "Chasing Cars" (haha, finally, two in a row)

End Credits: The Pixies "Where Is My Mind?" (yeah, good end credits song, definitely)

Summers also commented on his (like, how relevant they were)...knock yourself out.

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I've done something similiar, except they were questions of a different nature.

Anyway, here goes:

Opening Credits: Marduk - Throne Of Rats (Good intro, so it'll probably work)

Waking Up: Chimaira - Nothing Remains (Waking up to nothing...)

First Day At School: Slipknot - Spit It Out (That glue tastes funny)

Falling In Love: The Berzerker - Massacre

Fight Song: Suffocation - Bind Torture Kill (No comment)

Breaking Up: Devourment - Anal Electrocution (Obviously the girl didn't dig the jumper cables up her ass...)

Prom: Stabwound - Disgorging Pieces Of Broken Glass (Fags all jealous of me)

Life's OK: Deicide - The Lord's Sedition (No comment)

Mental Breakdown: Roadrunner United - Dawn Of A Golden Age

Driving: Gorerotted - Only Tools And Corpses (I swear I haven't got anything in that trunk...only tools and corpses)

Flashback: Slipknot - Opium Of The People

Wedding: Gorgasm - Post Coital Truncation (I have NO idea what it means)

Getting Back Together: Trivium - The Deceived (we get back together by deceiving? Who deceived who?)

Paradise lost : Bloodbath - Eaten

Birth of Child: Deicide - Scars Of The Crucifix (SECOND COMING FTW~!)

Final Battle: Lamb Of God - 11th Hour (Yes, final battles are at the 11th hour)

Death Scene: Gorgasm - Lesbian Stool Orgy (Odd way to go...but I'll take it)

Funeral Scene: Strapping Young Lad - You Suck (That's just sad...I sucked)

End Credits: Cannibal Corpse - Maniacal

I think I have way too many Gorgasm songs in my playlist.

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Hehe, I like this. Mine are probably going to be all wrong though.

Opening Credits: Cowboy Bebop OST - Piano Black (so, an instrumental piece to kick us off. I could see this happening, though I would be expecting to see something more heavy in a story about my life)

Waking Up: Deicide - Christ Denied (Well, it's good to affirm your philosophical choices from early on in the morning)

First Day At School: Machinae Supremacy - Empire (Well, it wasn't that empirical, to tell you the truth)

Falling In Love: Japanische Kampfhörspiele - Alle Wollen Gut Aussehen (Germans are a nice folk)

Fight Song: Deicide - Blame It On God (I DIDN'T DO IT OFFICER)

Breaking Up: Carnal Forge - Son Of A Bastard (I Smell Like Death) (I'm just gonna stop commenting at this point because it is not funny)

Prom: Akira Yamaoka - Music Box

Life's OK: Unearth - Lie To Purify

Mental Breakdown: Queen - Another One Bites The Dust (BWAHAHAHAHA)

Driving: New Bomb Turks - Never Will

Flashback: Om - At Giza (Yeah, Egypt is nice too)

Wedding: Impaled Nazarene - Phallus Maleficarum (BWAHAHAHAHAHA again)

Getting Back Together: Haemorrhage - Aftertaste Of Putrefaction (... Necrophilia much?)

Paradise lost : General Surgery - Crimson Concerto

Birth of Child: Nasum - Drop Dead (Poor baby, a miscarriage is on the way :( )

Final Battle: Pro-Pain - All Fall Down (Nice)

Death Scene: Propagandhi - Natural Disasters

Funeral Scene: Cryptopsy - Orgiastic Disembowelment (Nice, some Aztec shit right there)

End Credits: Om - At The Mountain At Dawn (I would've liked for this song to be the main theme, really, but the opening credits are fine with me)

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Opening Credits: "Ironside" by Maynard Ferguson (Bwahahaha, awesome)

Waking Up: "Keepin' The Faith" by De La Soul

First Day At School: "Razorblade" by Strung Out

Falling In Love: "President of What?" by Death Cab For Cutie

Fight Song: "Disney Land" by Strung Out

Breaking Up: "You're My Best Friend" by Queen

Prom: "Variations On The Carlos Santana Secret Chord Progression" by Frank Zappa

Life's OK: "Strength" by Ignite

Mental Breakdown: "Micro Cuts" by Muse

Driving: "You're Not Alone" by ATB

Flashback: "Standing On The Edge Of Summer" by Thursday

Wedding: "Champagne For My Real Friends, Real Pain For My Sham Friends" by Fall Out Boy

Getting Back Together: "You Are My Love" by Jamiroquai

Paradise lost : "Headlock" by Imogen heap

Birth of Child: "What The World Needs Now Is Love..." by Burt Bacharach

Final Battle: "Barber's Adagio For Strings" by 'Some Orchestra' (Would have worked so much better for the next one)

Death Scene: "A Night In Tunisia" by Dizzy Gillespie (That works shit...fuck off, the worst yet, unless my death is a joyous occasion)

Funeral Scene: "I Want You Back" by The Jackson 5 (bwahahahahahahahaaaaa)

End Credits: "Deeper Underground (Different Sounds, Remix)" by Jamiroquai

Some of them work really well. Others work awfully.

I love the first two. They work pretty well (Ironside!!!!). The next 3 don't work very well at all (Lets look at the first 2 lines of Razorblade, "Got a feeling you were alone and on the run, with your suitcase filled with razorblades and turpentine"...yep, your average first day of school...motherfucker has a suitcase), "Disney Land" might, as it's about escaping all the fucked happenings of life, and the thigns you hate, and escaping to a nice place. And maybe if I just want to escape from this fight, and all that it's about, it could maybe work. "You're My Best Friend" could work, depending on the kind of break-up. Frank Zappa I gues could work, would be weird as fuck. Ignite is perfect, fits perfectly, "Give me strength. To hold my head up high. To fight my darkest days. I'm going to start living tonight. And change my messed up ways"....AWESOME!!

"Micro Cuts" works as it's weird. I guess "You're Not Alone" could work, just your typical dance music backing, which is pretty good for cruising around. Not sure on Thursday, or Fall Out Boy...but is has Champagne in the title, surely that's good? "You Are My Love" works really well. As it's about a girl treating him bad and the like, so again depending on the break-up, it could fit well. "Headlock"...hmm, it could work. As could "What the World needs Now"...possibly. They're both sweet sounding songs, so in that regard they'd work. "Barber's Adagio"....if it were a slow motion scene, leading the 'troops' out to battle, then it would be pretty cool.

As I said, "A Night in Tunisia" would not work at all, unless my death spawned a joyous party, with possibly a bunch of black men dancing round with trumpets. :shifty: Like that James Bond. "I Want You Back" is awesome for shits and giggles. Would be awful for a funeral though. :shifty: And I'm not a fan of the ending music. Not the way a film should close, particuarly after a death.

Some worked, some don't.

All in all, it's the most fucked up episode of Ironside ever.

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My iPod playlist is disgustingly Final Fantasy heavy at the moment so this won't be that good...but oh well.

I will however skip the ones that I can't remember the names of. :shifty:

Opening Credits: Reunion (piano version), Nobuo Uematsu

...Little ominous, much? Unless I'm actually going to turn into Sephiroth at some point during my later life, I'd say that was a bit unnecessary.

Waking Up: JENOVA (Advent Children version), Nobuo Uematsu

Yeah, as if I ever wake up with this much energy. Maybe if I'm woken up by a guy breaking down the door with a giant sword.

First Day At School: Hitch Hiker's Guide To the Galaxy Theme (full version)

Just ambling along, not really knowing what you're doing but not really caring either. That works.

Falling In Love: PRIDE, High and Mighty Color

Contrary to what some may believe, I do not fall in love to Gundam Seed Destiny songs. Just, no.

Fight Song: Billie Jean/Khutlu mashup, Michael Jackson/Metallica

Oh, badass. It's like if Thriller suddenly broke down into a martial arts movie. Or a Jackie Chan film where everyone is a fucking pimp and wears a cape.

Breaking Up: Shangri-La, Angela

The opening theme from the anime Fafner. I shan't just get angsty, I shall get angsty and PILOT GIANT MECHA ROBOTS.

Prom: Maybe I'm a Lion (FF8), The Black Mages

...Only a real cock would have this as their theme for anything (*glares at Squall*).

Life's OK: Airwolf TV Theme (full version)

Life's not just okay, with Airwolf life has big fuck-off helicopters and is therefore BADASS.

Mental Breakdown: Vivi's Theme (FF9), Nobuo Uematsu

Because, apparently, my breakdown has reduced my mental capacity to that of an artificial country bumpkin.

Driving: The End Is Here, WWE

How bad a driver am I supposed to be?

Flashback: Seymour Battle (FFX), The Black Mages

Well, uh, it's a strange mixture of computer game twinkliness and hard rock. Sounds like a cool flashback to me.

Wedding: Third Reich From The Sun, Hanzel and Gretyl

Bwahaha. You may now kiss the bride, HEIL HITLER.

Getting Back Together: Bomb A Head (Tenjho Tenge opening), M.C.A.T.

Bwahaha again, we get back together through the awesome romantic power of breakdancing. PARTY TIME, YEAH, TIME TO PARTY TIME, BOMB A HEAD OLD STYLE! >_>

Paradise lost: Paranoid Android, Radiohead

How delightfully disillusioned.

Birth of Child: One Winged Angel (Advent Children), Nobuo Uematsu

My firstborn child is Sephiroth. FUCK.

Final Battle: Otherworld (FFX), The Black Mages

I'm not kidding, I get the final boss/opening video music from Final Fantasy X. Even better than the original because they've got a woman singing rather than some old gruff bloke.

Death Scene: Divinity I (Advent Children), Nobuo Uematsu

Clearly I am going to die when a giant Bahamut swoops out of the sky and blasts the hell out of both me and the surrounding city. Nice.

Funeral Scene: Lost Complex, ICEMAN

Fuck off am I having a song from the Gravitation soundtrack at my funeral. Why not get buried in a pink coffin while I'm at it?

End Credits: Aerith's Theme (piano version), Nobuo Uematsu

Aw, all twinkly. Bless.

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Opening Credits: Antony and the Johnsons"My Lady Story" (not bad)

Waking Up: Tom Waits "Black Wings" (nice a scary man is waking me up)

First Day At School: Jimi Hendrix "Voodo Child" (a very cool first day)

Falling In Love: David Bowie "Let's Dance" (cute)

Fight Song: Peter Gabriel "I Don't Remember" (meh song for a fight)

Breaking Up: David Bowie "Fashion" (...)

Prom: Lou Reed "Sweet Jane (live)" (definetely perfect for a slow dance...)

Life's OK: Crosby, Stills & Nash "Suite Judy Blue Eyes (live @ Woodstock)" (pretty ok, I guess)

Mental Breakdown: Black Sabbath "Iron Man" (PERFECT)

Driving: Franz Ferdiand "The Dark Of The Matinée" (argh damn you iTunes to hell)

Flashback: The Strokes "Soma"(again meh)

Wedding: Interpol "Public Pervert" (wow what a great and happy marriage...)

Getting Back Together: Urge Overkill "Girl, You'll Be A Woman Soon" (great :D)

Paradise lost : David Bowie "Golden Years" (:-/)

Birth of Child: Air "How Does It Make You Feel"(lol...)

Final Battle: Black Sabbath "Electrical Funeral" (could be worse, could be better)

Death Scene: Portishead "Waiting For The Night"(It could work, I guess)

Funeral Scene: Xutos & Pontapés "Remar, Remar" (bahahhaha, not at all)

End Credits: Pink Floud "Seamus" (a dog singing = great end credits)

iTunes sucks at choosing songs, period.

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Opening Credits: Kid Rock - Feel Like Making Love (Good start.)

Waking Up: Deftones - Minus Blindfold

First Day At School: Eleventyseven - A Stellar Sayonara (I guess that sort of works.)

Falling In Love: Crossfade - Drown You Out (I'm bored already)

Fight Song: The Ataris - Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right, B, A, Start, Select (Apparently this fight is taking place in a game of Contra)

Breaking Up: Korn - Kill You (It wasn't meant to be)

Prom: Spineshank - Beginning Of The End

Life's OK: Pillar - Horizon

Mental Breakdown: Institute - Secrets And Lies (Secrets and lies have drove me insane)

Driving: Static-X - Get To The Gone

Flashback: Foo Fighters - Another Round

Wedding: Pantera - Living Through Me

Getting Back Together: Megadeth - Silent Scorn

Paradise lost : Evanescence - Snow White Queen

Birth of Child: Bleeding Through - Love Lost In A Hail Of Gunfire (There was a shootout in the delivery room)

Final Battle: Bloodhound Gang - The Bad Touch (...It's a sexy fight)

Death Scene: Soundgarden - Pretty Noose (That almost works)

Funeral Scene: Linkin Park - Numb

End Credits: In Flames - Clad In Shadows

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May as well do a new one for EWB.

Opening Credits: Hero Of The Day - Metallica (This works, with me being a hero & all.)

Waking Up: Burn It Down - Avenged Sevenfold (Awesome way to wake up.)

First Day At School: I'm The Best At Ruining My My Life - From Autumn To Ashes (Good first say, then, eh? <_<)

Falling In Love: Can't Get Enough Of Yr Love - Barry White (Fuck yes. Awesome iPod.)

Fight Song: Take This Life - In Flames (With such badass music, I clearly win the fight.)

Breaking Up: Tonightless - Eighteen Visions ('spose it could work.. badass song eitherway.)

Prom: Want You Bad - The Offspring (I want someone at the prom bad, I assume. >_>)

Life's OK: The Story So Far - NFG (Eh.. I dunno. I like the song, atleast.)

Mental Breakdown: Of Wolf & Man - Metallica (Mental break down.. or.. CHANGING TO A WEREWOLF?! >_>)

Driving: Wouldn't It Be Nice - Beach Boys (bwahahaha, badass.)

Flashback: So Far Away - Staind (Works well, IMO)

Wedding: Land Of Confusion - Genesis (Cold feet? >_>)

Getting Back Together: Hero - Enrique Iglesias (So I was a hero, she wanted me back. Typical. >_>)

Paradise lost : Youth Gone Wild - Skid Row (Hey, it works.)

Birth of Child: Living Dead Girl - Rob Zombie (Still born? <_<)

Final Battle: Killing In The Name Of - RATM (It works.)

Death Scene: Taxi Cab Confession - 40 Below Summer (Hmm, in a weird way, it works.)

Funeral Scene: What's It Feel Like To Be A Ghost? - TBS (Haha! Song doesn't fit, but name works.)

End Credits: What It Is To Burn - Finch (Works in my mind.)

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Opening Credits: Tool - "The Patient"

Waking Up: Anounymous Jock Jams track from ESPN NHL soundtrack

First Day At School: Radiohead - "Paperbag Writer"

Falling In Love: Radiohead - "2+2=5"

Fight Song: Maria McKee - "If Love Is A Red Dress"

Breaking Up: Matthew Good - "We're So Heavy"

Prom: Meiko Kaji - "Urami Bushi"

Life's OK: John Williams And An Orchestra - "General Grievous"

Mental Breakdown: Isaac hayes - "Run Fay Run"

Driving: Anounymous Jock Jams track from ESPN NHL soundtrack

Flashback: Luis Bacalov - "The Great Duel"

Wedding: Joey McNeeley And An Orchestra - "Night Skies"

Getting Back Together: Filter & Crystal Method - "Trip Like I Do"

Paradise lost : System Of A Down - "Snowblind"

Birth of Child: Prodigy - "Out Of Space"

Final Battle: Matthew Good Band - "Symbolitic White Walls"

Death Scene: Michael Andrews - "The Tangent Universe"

Funeral Scene: Radiohead - "Amnesiac"

End Credits: Pink Floyd - "Goodbye Blue Sky" (really)

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Opening Credits: Goldfinger - Counting The Days (My movie is a teen comedy then.. :P)

Waking Up: Rhapsody - Holy Thunderforce (Uhh....yeesss... this movie is slightly weird :P)

First Day At School: Korpiklaani - Hunting Song (Ahahhha. Aye-aye aye-aye ya!)

Falling In Love: Battlelore - Sons Of The Riddermark (So I fell in love with an Orc, sue me ¬_¬)

Fight Song: Drowning Pool - Let The Bodies Hit The Floor (Awesome, one scene in my film will be good! :P)

Breaking Up: Manowar - Fight Until We Die (heh...)

Prom: Iron Maiden Piano Tribute - Caught Somewhere In Time (eh, could be worse :P Would be hard pushed to dance to it though. Not that I danced at my prom anyway).

Life's OK: Metallica - Master Of Puppets (Live) (Yeah...life is gooood :P)

Mental Breakdown: Vast Aire - Free (Hmm..)

Driving: Edguy - Superheroes (Yes! THE driving song!)

Flashback: Iced Earth - Frankenstein (What am I flashing back TO? ¬_¬)

Wedding: Judas Priest - Some Heads Are Gonna Roll (I'm so having that at my marriage ¬_¬)

Getting Back Together: Dream Evil - Bad Dreams (...)

Paradise lost: Machinehead - Bulldozer

Birth of Child: Lordi - Blood Red Sandman (Appropriate ¬_¬)

Final Battle: Bal-Sagoth - The Splendour of a Thousand Swords Gleaming Beneath the Blazon of the Hyperborean Empire (Yeah!)

Death Scene: Motorhead - Please Don't Touch (lawl...)

Funeral Scene: Apocalyptica - Farewell (Wow... you'll probably accuse me of 'cheating' or something, but that's fucking awesome. Almost makes up for waking up to Holy Thunderforce after Goldfinger opening credits :P)

End Credits: Stephen Lynch - She's Gotta Smile (LOL!!)

My film would fucking own face.

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Opening Credits: Public Image Limited - Death Disco (best opening credits ever, clearly).

Waking Up: Tom Waits - Alice (My life is the best film ever. Best waking up music I could possibly think of)

First Day At School: Screaming Headless Torsos - Smile In A Wave (Erm...yeah. That would be an odd scene, I think. Primary school, coupled with surf guitar and scatting.)

Falling In Love: Tim Buckley - Devil Eyes (It would be a long falling in love scene, but a good one, I reckon)

Fight Song: Sleater-Kinney - The Fox (that would work. Good fight music.)

Breaking Up: Helmet - Milktoast (...that would be stupid)

Prom: Public Image Limited - Rise (....as would that.)

Life's OK: Bright Eyes - Falling Out Of Love At This Volume (...well, no)

Mental Breakdown: Billy Idol - Don't You Forget About Me (If I had to breakdown to anything, I suppose...)

Driving: Jennifer Gentle - I Do Dream You (why not?)

Flashback: The Ventures - Green Onions (depends what I'm flashing back to, I suppose.)

Wedding: Rob Zombie - Brickhouse 2003 (...no.)

Getting Back Together: Shakespears Sister - My 16th Apology (that works. Well.)

Paradise lost : Alex Parks - Heart Of Glass (...no thank you.)

Birth of Child: Hide - Ever Free (Awesome. I want my child to be born to generic J-Rock.)

Final Battle: Moonspell - Mr. Crowley (...would be a laugh)

Death Scene: Blackmore's Night - Way To Mandalay (my death scene would be folk as fuck)

Funeral Scene: LA Guns - Ballad Of Jayne (world's most glam funeral!)

End Credits: Johnny Cash & Joe Strummer - Redemption Song (erm...ok)

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Pfft, Summers' MySpace is clearly late, I did one of these on mine weeks ago. Now, if I can actually find it... it was a bulletin, not a blog. Bah, it was more than 10 days ago, and my music library's on the other computer. If I was to do it now, it would be a mix of a couple of Toto songs, "Hello" by Lionel Richie, "Battle Metal" and a few wrestling themes.

EDIT: I remember a few of them though, it came out really freaky, like birth of child, "Beautiful Son" by Cave In, "Eternal Rest" by Avenged Sevenfold for death scene, "Run to the Hills" by Iron Maiden for the final battle... or the best one, Team America's "Everyone Has AIDS" for the end credits. There were more good ones as well, I'll maybe do it again later and see if it turns out as good.

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Opening Credits: The Prodigy - "Voodoo People"

Waking Up: Dream Theater - "Sacrificed Sons"

First Day At School: Panic! At The Disco - "Build God, Then We'll Talk"

Falling In Love: Sevendust - "Going Back To Cali"

Fight Song: Devildriver - "Ripped Apart"

Breaking Up: CKY - "The Human Drive In Hi-Fi"

Prom: Sevendust - "Licking Cream"

Life's OK: Slipknot - "Vermillion, Pt. 2"

Mental Breakdown: Fear Factory - "Bite The Hand That Bleeds"

Driving: Sum 41 - "Summer"

Flashback: Machine Head - "Bulldozer"

Wedding: Blink 182 - "Asthenia"

Getting Back Together: 3 Doors Down - "It's Not Me"

Paradise lost: Rage Against The Machine - "Street Fighting Man"

Birth of Child: Mastodon - "I Am Ahab"

Final Battle: Blink 182 - "Story Of A Lonely Guy"

Death Scene: Dream Theater - "Never Enough"

Funeral Scene: Green Day - "Welcome To Paradise"

End Credits: Bowling For Soup - "Almost"

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Pfft, Summers' MySpace is clearly late, I did one of these on mine weeks ago. Now, if I can actually find it... it was a bulletin, not a blog. Bah, it was more than 10 days ago, and my music library's on the other computer. If I was to do it now, it would be a mix of a couple of Toto songs, "Hello" by Lionel Richie, "Battle Metal" and a few wrestling themes.

EDIT: I remember a few of them though, it came out really freaky, like birth of child, "Beautiful Son" by Cave In, "Eternal Rest" by Avenged Sevenfold for death scene, "Run to the Hills" by Iron Maiden for the final battle... or the best one, Team America's "Everyone Has AIDS" for the end credits. There were more good ones as well, I'll maybe do it again later and see if it turns out as good.

Seeing as it's about the third time I've done in it the past few months, it's clearly not late. It's just one I enjoy doing when it comes back around.

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Opening Credits: 'The Last Hour' by Elliot Smith (I guess it could work...)

Waking Up: 'Bleed American' by Jimmy Eat World (Pretty good randomisation for that actually, hearing it.)

First Day At School: 'Gagged In A Casket' by The Blood Brothers (Can you say 'Bwahaha'?)

Falling In Love: 'Crazy Mary' by Pearl Jam (Because love is always fun.)

Fight Song: 'Burn' by The Cure (If the fight's in the rain, and methodical, then it suits perfectly.)

Breaking Up: 'The Middle' by Jimmy Eat World (Works nicely.)

Prom: 'Dirge Inferno' by Cradle Of Filth (Awesomest prom ever.)

Life's OK: 'Black Devil Car' by Jamiroquai (Again, that works well - the start at least.)

Mental Breakdown: 'Close To Me' by The Cure (In some skitty, 'faux happy' way, sure.)

Driving: 'Scientifiction' by Norma Jean (Apparantly I'll have a brutal car crash. >_>)

Flashback: 'Smile Like You Mean It' by The Killers (I can actually see that working rather well.)

Wedding: 'Can't Stand Me Now' by The Libertines (Jilted?)

Getting Back Together: 'Wishlist' by Pearl Jam (Also known as 'Getting Back Together, Naked, In Front Of A Log Fire. >_>)

Paradise lost : 'Grippo' by Saul Williams (No...)

Birth of Child: 'Initiation by At The Drive-In (Lolz.)

Final Battle: 'Disarm' by Smashing Pumpkins (Apparantly it'll be a fight I lose by my own will...)

Death Scene: 'Infatuation' by The Rapture (Possibly the best fit of the lot.)

Funeral Scene: 'Fire & Heights' by Matisyahu (Jew pyre for life, mo'fo's.)

End Credits: 'The Crowing' by Coheed & Cambria (:wub:. That is all.)

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Opening Credits: Nappy Roots - "Kentucky Mud" (Oh great, my life suddenly turned into an urban drama. >_>)

Waking Up: Motley Crue - "Girls, Girls, Girls" (Clearly the best waking up song ever.)

First Day At School: Jimi Hendrix - "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" (Wow, that's a pretty kickass song for the situation, too.)

Falling In Love: Kenny Wayne Shepard - "I Don't Live Today" (Not a good sign for the relationship. >_>)

Fight Song: Coheed and Cambria - "Apollo I: The Writing Writer" (Okay, that one really doesn't make any sense unless we're doing a They Live fight, and it still isn't great for it.)

Breaking Up: Dog's Eye View - "Everything Falls Apart" (Wow, that's exactly the song that's perfect for a breakup scene. Good work, WMP.)

Prom: Cybotron - "Clear" (Maybe it's an 80s techno/rap/geek prom?)

Life's OK: Audioslave - "Somedays" (It sort of fits because it's tone stresses the positive at the end of it all.)

Mental Breakdown: Flyleaf - "There For You" (Eh. Maybe it fits somehow.)

Driving: T.I. - "Goodlife (feat. Pharrell and Common)" (Doesn't entirely fit, either, but anybody who's seen Entourage knows that a lot of rap fits with driving so maybe it might fit.)

Flashback: Motley Crue - "Hooligan's Holiday (Brown Nose Edit)" (Eh.)

Wedding: Shinedown - "Some Day (Acoustic)" (That's not a good sign, since this fits the breakup a hell of a lot more than the marriage.)

Getting Back Together: Blink 182 - "Always" (This does fit pretty well, I must say. I like the song, too.)

Paradise lost: Audioslave - "The Worm" (Eh. I don't see much of paradise lost in it, but whatever.)

Birth of Child: Friends of Lizzy - "If It's Wrong" (It might make sense if it's from the woman's perspective talking about the man staying...but a guy's singing so it make no gorramn sense here.)

Final Battle: T.I. - "I'm Talkin' To You" (Sounds good for a fight scene, actually.)

Death Scene: Blink 182 - "Dammit" (A young bitter death perhaps?)

Funeral Scene: 30 Seconds to Mars - "The Story" (A young bitter funeral too?)

End Credits: The White Stripes - "Seven Nation Army" (Great end credit song, even if it goes entirely against the dark tone of the 30STM song.)

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Opening Credits: The Ataris - Radio #2 (Yeah, that works a little)

Waking Up: System of a Down - Violent Pornography (If you want...)

First Day At School: The Cure - Tainted Love (How does this fit with that?)

Falling In Love: Marilyn Manson - Beautiful People (Oh, come on)

Fight Song: Slayer - Raining Blood (NOW we're talking)

Breaking Up: The Darkness - I Believe In A Thing Called Love (And right back to the crap)

Prom: Aerosmith - Line Up (I'd mark for a prom like this)

Life's OK: Dragonforce - Black Fire (That's a Life's OK song?!)

Mental Breakdown: System of a Down - Bubbles (Nice choice)

Driving: Megadeth - Ashes In Your Mouth (This is actually one of the things I'd be most likely to blast out if driving)

Flashback: Metallica - Creeping Death (Flashback, or CRAZY LSD TRIP?)

Wedding: Aerosmith - Walk This Way (I want a wedding like this. Oh hell yes I do)

Getting Back Together: Korn - Did My Time (Whoa, it works)

Paradise lost : Our Lady Peace - Whatever (Because I'm a cold motherfucker, motherfucker)

Birth of Child: Megadeth - Psychotron (Only if my child grows up to be a cyborg killing machine)

Final Battle: Led Zeppelin - Achilles Last Stand (Now that's what I'm talking about. It'd have to be a long battle though.)

Death Scene: System of a Down - Fuck the System (Bwaha, maybe if I were a psychopathic anarchist)

Funeral Scene: The Prodigy - Smack My Bitch Up (Two in a row!)

End Credits: Motorhead - Dogs of War (I can see that working, you know)

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