Music, part 3

Here are tapes 5 & 6.  The are both tapes I made freshman year in college, 1993-1994, from two other girls who had a TON of tapes in their collections.

Tape 5:

  • I want Action
  • Dr. Feel Good
  • Smells Like Teen Spirit
  • Enter Sandman
  • Fight for your Right
  • Rock you like a Hurricane
  • Kiss me Deadly
  • I Hate Myself for Loving You
  • Big Ten Inch, record
  • Unskinny Bop
  • Smokin’ in the Boys Room
  • Dude Looks Like a Lady
  • Fallen Angel
  • Your Mama Don’t Dance
  • Nothing But a Good Time
  • Joyride
  • Girls, Girls, Girls
  • Ragdoll
  • Poison
  • Play that Funky Music
  • Tom’s Diner
  • Summer of ’69

Tape 6 (I affectionately call my depressing music, you’ll see why)

  • Heavan
  • When the Children Cry
  • I remember You
  • 18 & Life
  • Every Rose
  • High Enough
  • Bed of Roses
  • November Rain
  • Sister Christian
  • Knocking on Heaven’s Door
  • There’ll be Sad Songs
  • Somebody
  • Child of Mine
  • Blaze of Glory
  • Heart of Rock n Roll
  • Live and Let Die
  • Don’t Cry
  • When the Going Gets Tough
  • Oh Sherrie
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10 Responses

  1. I’m giggling as I read these.

    Fight for your Right….to PARRRR-TAYYYY
    Your Mama Don’t Dance and your daddy don’t rock ‘n roll
    Play that Funky Music white boy

    ——————–

    Knocking on Heaven’s Door

    (does this have a chorus similar to – I’ll keep knock, knock, knocking on heavens door, I’ll keep knock, knock, knocking on heavens door….)

    Who is this one by??? Is it a christian song? If so, I had this tape/CD and misplaced it. The first song on the album was my fav (of course I can’t remember the name OR the group *sigh*).

    I was going to say it was a big hair band, but Jimmy found that info for me instead! LOL!! ~Accountable
    ———–

    Gosh, now I gotta go to u-tube and see if I can find some of these to jam out to!

    Thanks!!!! I have found (or RE-FOUND) so many loves in the past two weeks, I’m like a kid in a candy store. I need to add music back on to my “re found LOVE list”

    I’ve saved my most favorite tape for last. It’s the one that I sing every song at the top of my lungs in my car. ~Accountable

  2. Knockin’ on Heaven’s door was done by LOTS and LOTS of different people, but in the timeframe in question it was probably GNR.

  3. Fight for your Right – I just heard that on the radio; I had forgotten how much I liked it.

    It’s pretty catchy!! ~Accountable

  4. Although it was originally recorded as a slow acoustic folk song, “Knockin’ On Heaven’s Door” has been covered in many tempos and styles, by many artists, most famously Guns N’ Roses (which reached #2 in the UK Singles Chart) and Eric Clapton, also by The Grateful Dead, Bryan Ferry, Mark Knopfler, Wyclef Jean, Roger Waters, The B-Band, The Sisters of Mercy, Warren Zevon, Seether, Cold Chisel, U2, Television, Guided By Voices, Avril Lavigne, Aerosmith, Daniel Lioneye, Antony and the Johnsons, Bon Jovi, The Lost Dogs, Bob Marley, Randy Crawford, Beau Jocques, Chaozz, Zé Ramalho (Brazil) and Rick Devin. Australian heavy metal band Heaven covered the song in 1985 and also used the title as the name of their third album.

    Thanks Wikipedia!

    Aerosmith did this song as well as Bon Jovi? I never would have guessed. I believe the version I have is GNR. ~Accountable

  5. I think Bob Dylan wrote Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door. It’s been performed and recorded by many.

    Now these tapes are my kind of tapes! LOL I was so into Poison, GNR, Motley Crue, Aerosmith, Beastie Boys (still am), Nirvana. Oh, the memories! I have just about all these songs either on tape or in my iPod. 😀

  6. OMG! Your lists sure take me back in time! What a trip!!! LOL!

  7. Shades, you’re right, it was Bob Dylan.

    Darn, I cannot figure out who wrote the song I am looking for. *sigh*

  8. Hey Free, what song? I might be able to help you. 🙂

  9. That is all pretty good stuff…brings back some memories!

  10. Wow, you are taking me back with all these music tapes!

    I’ll be posting my most favorite tape soon. ~Accountable

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