Friday, December 26, 2008

Iraqi House Party

Back in the day, I compiled a playlist that we could blast from the psyop truck when we entered a ville for a "dynamic" entry and house search. I entitled the playlist "Iraqi House Party."

The list, as near as I can recall, is after the jump.
Here goes:
Rammstein: Feuer Frei
David Bowie and Trent Reznor: I'm afraid of Americans
The Muppets: Muppet Show theme
Drowning Pool: Let the bodies hit the floor
led Zepplin: Immigrant song
AC/DC: For whom the bell tolls
Metallica: Disposable Heroes/Sanitarium
Limp Bizkit: Break Stuff
Public Enemy featuring Henry Rollins: Bring the noise
Elwood: Sundown
Custom: Hey Mister
Geto Boys: Damn it feels good to be a gangsta
Ice Cube: Down for whatever
Ice-T: The Tower
Johnny Cash: Hurt
The Clash: Rock the Casbah
The cramps: she said
Dead Kennedys: anarchy for sale, do the slag, macho insecurity, Rambozo
Rammstein: Du Hast
They Might be Giants: The sun is a mass (of incandescent gas)
Violent Femmes: Kiss off
Dope: Die MF Die
George Thorogood: Bad to the bone
Georgia Satellites: Keep you hands to your self
Gwar: Sick of you
Kid Rock: Cowboy
Kool Moe Dee: Wild Wild West
Will Smith: Summertime
marilyn manson: beautiful people
Messiah 21st century Jesus: Destroyer
ShriekBack: Nemesis; Hammerheads
Buena Vista Social Club: Guantanamera
Bob Seeger: Night Moves
Night Ranger: Seven Wishes
Frankie Goes to Hollywood: Relax
UB40: Red, Red Wine
Cream: White room
Procul Harum: Whiter Shade of Pale
INXS: Devil Inside
harvey danger: flagpole sitta
The Cure: Killing a Arab
Ray Stevens: Ahab the Arab
Aladdin: Arabian Nights
Rockwell: Somebody's watching me
Everclear: So much for the afterglow
Semisonic: Closing Time
Depeche Mode: Personal Jesus (acoustic)
Seven Mary Three: Lame
Cake: The Distance
Tracy Chapman: Fast Car
Green Day: Good Riddance
Danzig: Mother
Motley Crue: Helter Skelter
Prince: When Doves Cry; Darling Nikki
Gordon Lightfoot: Early Morning Rain
Neil Diamond: America

A lengthy playlist, to be sure, and this is the best I could do from memory.


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