Another month is coming to a close, and a new one shall begin. This month hasn't been as big of an event as January was for Immortal Music, but there was still a lot that happened.
Last month we did a lot of things, and recorded them all in the January recap, and we decided we're going to try to do a recap for every month in 2015.
Let's see, event wise, not a ton happened. Immortal Music did not attend any shows, and Remedy is now on a break. Their break will last now through April, and this is because the lead singer, Josh and his girlfriend welcomed a baby girl into the world this month. So, he's taking time off performing to be with her, and the band is using this time to record some new music. Hopefully you guys will hear some of their new music in April.
Meanwhile, Immortal Music has been working a lot at her day job, has taken on assisting with a local concert streaming publication that is hoping to branch out soon, and has decided to build a new schedule for the website. The website is on a very trial basis, just for the month of March. Come the end of month, we will regroup and decide if there's anything that needs tweaked, scraped or if its perfect the way it is. For more information on the brand new 'schedule', please click here. Its quite simple -nothing too out there, or intense, just something that is being tried in an attempt to give you guys more content.
As for the new project, we cannot give you a ton of information at this time, as we are not sure what exactly we will be doing with it. Its called The SoundCheck and they do a lot for local bands, and establishments. We will give more information as we are allowed to give it, but we do want to clarify that The SoundCheck and Immortal Music are not connected. The idea was discussed, but at least for now, we are choosing not to connect the two.
Now that we have talked about some of the things that have been going on off of the website, let's get into the stuff on the website. Just as with the January recap, if you are uninterested in what has happened this month, please feel free to click off now and find something more fun for you to do. If you are interested, please read on and feel encouraged to tell us something you have done this month! Let's begin, shall we?
First, in the last couple of days of January, we did get a couple of things posted that didn't make it into the recap for last month. There was Billion Dollar Man's Ruins EP, and a blog about Immortal Music and the impact it has had on us. It was inspired by a video done by Strawburry17, and when we tagged her on Twitter, she Favorited it. We wrote it mostly because we've always been the type to see the danger in everything, and not participate because of that. With this website though, no fear was to be had.
We did a lot of reviews this month, starting with the Horizons EP by An Honest Year, ending with American Beauty/ American Psycho by Fall Out Boy. In between that was Black Widow from In This Moment, Bad Luck Glory by Leaving Haven, Postcards From The Edge: Chapter 1. Delta 32 EP from Ionia, Dirt, Rush, Chaos from Deaf Rhino, and Just Like You from Falling In Reverse. Hands down, the favorite out of all those is the Just Like You album from Falling In Reverse. They have certainly made a comeback. Ionia's Postcards From The Edge: Chapter 1. Delta 32 EP was special timing because it was the 132nd review to be posted on the website. Since it has '32' in the title, this was the perfecting timing.
For news, Of Mice and Men released their video for Broken Generation, and has now released the deluxe edition of Restoring Forces. You can get that wherever music is sold now. It features four bonus tracks, including "Broken Generation" and an acoustic version of Feels Like Forever.
Jay from Bullet For My Valentine left the band, All Time Low released a very unique scientific trailer for their Future Hearts album, Taylor Swift randomly covered "Sugar, We're Going Down" at a show, All Time Low's Alex Gaskarth got engaged, Shinedown released a little bit of information for their upcoming album, Illuminate Me started a campaign against Facebook, and Falling In Reverse released the Just Like You album and a music video to go with it.
Illuminate Me's campaign is something highly worth talking about. They started it in an attempt to get Facebook to stop making bands pay for their posts to be seen. This is a wonderful campaign, that actually has gotten quite a bit of attention in the press, and among fans. Their goal is 50,000 likes and as of February 27 at 10 am EST, they were at 42,192 signatures. You can sign more than once and its highly encouraged that you do sign. You can do so here!
Blog wise, we wrote about many things. There was the schedule for March, three playlists for Valentine's day (Inspiring, sexual, and love songs), a tangent about how nobody is alone, the full story on how Immortal Music began, a review for The Relapse Symphony's "Savage" music video, and we announced a new project.
The new project is called the This Is Me Project, and its attempt to get people to show the world who they are and what music has done for them. Because, too much of the time people get stereotyped and music is written off as nothing more than entertainment. We all know that is not true, so it was time to express it. For a couple of days, it was doing really well, but then it died off a bit. You can still submit your story though! There's no deadline, and we really do hope to make a difference with this.
Finally, we only had two interviews this month, which were Firestarter and Ionia. Both were wonderful, and we have a couple others pending now. Questions have been sent out to Deaf Rhino and something else for sure. There's almost always something pending!
That does about cover it but we do have to point out that the website got 19,983 views from January 9 to Febuary 8. We will have new stats soon, but you probably won't hear them until the next recap blog. Unless we end up posting it somewhere -so be sure you have the Facebook page liked and are following the Twitter. We feel like the stats may be a bit off as near the end of this month, they seemed abnormally high. We sense a glitch is going on because of the high numbers showing up at times where nothing had been posted, and times of the day where views are never high. None the less, we will tell you whaever the stats come up as whether we believe it or not.
For the month of March, we do not have anything planned as of yet, except for the new schedule trial. Everything else is up in the air and we shall see what happens. Let us know your thoughts on anything that happened this month and what you have been up to for this month!
As always thank you so much for reading and behind here, and we will talk to you very shortly.
Music we are currently loving includes: Papa Roach's F.E.A.R album (We do not see that one going away any time soon), The Used's Imaginary Enemy album, and a lot of Shinedown.
When people think of a musician, all they see is the glitz and glamour of it all. They see the adoring fans, the adrenaline rushes they must get from living their dreams. There's more to it than just that - a lot more. So whenever a musician talks about the more challenging aspects of it, people just call them ungrateful and blow it off.
What we often don't see is the actual work of it. There's rehearsals, there's technical issues, there's the factor of hardly ever being home in your own bed with your own families. You have almost no privacy, ect.
Its a real job -an exciting job, but a job none the less. Despite the fact that a lot of bands will meet thousands of people every day, it could get very lonely and stressful. Because they're cooped up in a twenty foot tour bus for hours or sometimes days on end, or in a hotel room. Days blend together, and so do states. It becomes easy to forget where you are! Some have spoken up and said if they could just automatically show up in another town and automatically be on stage, touring would be a lot more fun. Them getting to interact with fans, and be on stage is the fun part -its what a lot of them live for, but the in between does kind of suck sometimes.
Obviously, I'm not a musician, so I am only speaking from what I have witnessed. If you are a musician and have experienced any of this, feel free to chime in about how you feel about it. The main point of this is to say this; bands are not given enough credit. 'Musician' is an occupation, whether or not many believe it. A lot of fun jobs get wrriten off as just a hobby, but that's not the case. Not every job has to suck. You can genuinely love what you do if you find the right thing.
The Relapse Symphony is a wonderful rock band that hails from Washington DC and in promotion for their video for "Savage Eyes", it got sent to Immortal Music.
We were rather impressed by not only the art of the video, but the lyrics. The video almost appears to be stop motion, of the singer walking in front of a white sheet. Behind it you see the silhouettes of the other bands members and the girl the song is describing.
That was something else that seemed to stand out too. The song is very sweet, by saying, "I don't want to be alone, I'm gonna make you mine", all while making the girl the song is about sound incredibly badass. That's a combo that isn't always seen, where the sweetness is there, and a badass factor as well.
The Relapse Symphony has a factor to them that is hard to place but makes them stand out greatly. If you haven't seen their video for "Savage Eyes", be sure to watch it now. Also remember that you can pre-order their brand new album now.
For the upcoming month, we are going to be trying something new. Its nothing drastic, nor is it anything to worry about. Its simply a tact to improve the amount of content that goes onto this website. For this month, we will be toying around with a brand new, very loose schedule. We have tried doing schedules in the past for posts, but they didn't always work out, so we're doing a vague one to see how it works out. If it works out, maybe in the new future, we will begin a more structured one.
Here's what you can hopefully see on Immortal Music for the month of March;
This is only on a trial basis, and this is just the goal. It is all subject to change for many reasons. We also are working on some behind the scenes stuff that will also help with the amount of content both here and on the Facebook page. Details will come for that in the near future, once we come to a full decision on that.
Meanwhile, you have this to look forward to! There's also high potential for more interviews to show up through out the month as well because for every review we do, we request an interview as well. This only really applies to the smaller bands, as they are more likely to respond to such things. The bigger bands get requested all on their own, and through a press person. The smaller bands tend to be easier to get in touch with directly, which is how this may work out. So, there could only be two interviews a month, but with three reviews a week happening, there is potential for 9 -12 interviews per month. Obviously, not all of them are going to be able to follow through, or respond quickly, so the timing and amount of them all will vary greatly.
So, now you know what's going on with Immortal Music! We're hoping this works out well, so we can expand on it and do even more in the upcoming months, but first we have to try it and see. Let us know your thoughts on it, and if you have any suggestions for the schedule, blog topics, or reviews. We would love your input!
Also be sure to stay tuned because the February recap is coming soon!
We've told the story before of how Immortal Music began, right? If memory serves correctly, we have for the most part. A conversation with a co-worker/ new found friend of ours, got us thinking about it, and we came to realize we didn't tell you the whole story to begin with.
Some have heard it, but some have not. So, we decided it only made sense to write about it and give everyone the full story. Its not a triumphant story or anything of that sort, and some may find it rather silly, but its the truth.
Immortal Music's creator, Ariel, has said several times in the past that she was not always into the music she is into today. Growing up, it was primarily pop stars, but a real passion for her was the pop/ pop-rock group, the Jonas Brothers. A lot of people hated them, and saw them as nothing more than a Disney channel gimmick, but she saw them in a whole other day.
I'm going to stop talking in the third person now and simply just speak as myself. Its a lot easier, and more personal, so why not?
I'm not going to lie, I was completely obsessed with the Jonas Brothers. Sometimes I think I shouldn't admit that, for the sake of being a 'professional', but its in the past now. Plus, had I not become totally obsessed with them, I question if I would have ever found this path and started taking it to where I am now.
The reason I say that is where the silly part comes in. The past eleven to twelve years have been spent on the computer for me. If I had the spare time, I was online, usually. I spent a lot of time growing up on a website called Neopets, and through there actually learned a lot. I made my first bunch of internet friends through that website, and discovered my first fan sites.
I saw all kinds of fan pages on there, including many for the Jonas Brothers. I decided I wanted my own after a while, so I could show my love for them in my own way. Because of that decision, I started learning basic HTML and CSS, as well as extremely basic graphic design. As my music taste evolved, and so did my graphic skills, so did the websites. The website changed from a fangirl's playground to gush over bands, to a graphic website just for them, to a general graphics website, to a blog, to what you see today.
So, because of that, I do have to admit -the Jonas Brothers played a huge factor in where I am today. They made me want to learn more about the people behind the music. Before I got really into them, I never gave the musicians much of a thought. Obviously, I knew they were real people, but I never cared to learn anything past their names. With the Jonas Brothers, I wanted to learn more about them as people, and thanks to all the other fangirls on the internet -that wasn't hard. Who knows if any of the 'facts' that I 'discovered' were truthful or not, but either way, looking into all these facts actually taught me a lot. After that, I started trying to find out something about every band I listened to.
I can't say, "And then Immortal Music was born." Because that's not really true. The official start for Immortal Music was after my best friend showed me Bryan Stars' interview with Andy Biersack. It all did play a factor though, especially because -fun fact- the last website I made before Immortal Music was called Immortality.
I almost called this website Immortality, actually, and the early days of Immortal Music were called that, but Immortal Music sounded better to me.
As stated at the beginning of this, I decided to tell the story because of a conversation with a co-worker. Hopefully he doesn't mind that I am saying this, but since he became aware of my website, he's said a couple things to me that are going to stick with me for a very long time. In a good way, I promise.
I told him everything I just wrote for you guys to see yesterday and he responded by saying its my website that's making him want to learn more about the people behind the music.
That may be one of the best compliments I've ever gotten in regards to this website, and I kind of wanted to just mention it somewhere online. Plus, it was the perfect set up to tell you guys the whole story. There's actually more information over on the info page, which I called the 'Information lair', if you wish to learn more.
On February 16, 2015, Immortal Music announced a new project called the 'This Is Me' project. This project is something of an outreach program, to get people to express who they are and what music has done for them personally. In our world, people are often silenced and labeled. Stones are cast, and judgement is passed -well, enough is enough. People should be heard, not silenced, and labels are for soup cans, not people.
We hope to expand this project, but for now, we're starting small. Any and all submissions will be shared on our Facebook page in its own folder titled, "This is Me project." We are toying around the idea of expanding to other platforms such as Twitter, Instagram and YouTube, but for now we're just testing the waters. We and a couple others feel that this could become a revolution of sorts, that greatly impacts the internet, if we can get enough people behind this. If you want to participate, all you have to do is send all of the following to us in a Facebook message. We have previously explained this in a separate post, but we have decided to tweak a few things, due to suggestions. Be sure to read the update below before submitting your response.
Once again, if you want to be included in this project, send all the information above or any questions you may have in a message to our Facebook page.
Counter culture shouldn't be a term that's still used. Someone's different than you -so what? We're supposed to be our own people, are we not? I think we all know the answer to that question and the answer is, yes, we are. A lot of people who are very passionate about music of the rock, metal, or heavier genres, often are labeled as the same thing. Freaks, weirdos, emos, goths -you name it. There's a stereotypical label for everything, and while some labels do apply to certain people, they don't apply to everyone.
So, we thought it might be fun to show people who we really are, and what music really can do for people. The "freaks" of the world, have names, interests, talents and lives of their own. Not to mention, its just fun for us here at Immortal Music to get to know the people who follow us on the path we're on. To quote Halestorm, "So shout if you’re a freak like me, don’t apologize. They can’t hold you down- You were born to rise! It’s our time now to come out!" Take this as an opprotunity to show the world who you are as a person, and that music is so much more than just entertainment.
Maybe there's no point in this, but it sounds like fun. If you want to participate, here are some things we would like you to include and an example written out by the creator of Immortal Music.
Please include all of the following in a Facebook message to Immortal Music. Also please be sure to state at the beginning of your message what this is for, so no confusion arises.
Examples of how this would look;
Who I am: Ariel May, 21, Florida, US.
What Music Means To Me: Its everything. Its a friend, family member, a therapist, a religion. It can anything you need it to be, whenever you need it. Its the closest thing we have to magic in this world, I think.
How I got Into music: I was sort of always into music, but when I was younger it was mostly pop artists and Disney channel stars. And then life events happened and I started searching for some sort of relief. I decided to turn to rock music, somehow and found Three Days Grace, Bullet For My Valentine, I Am Ghost and My Chemical Romance. There was one crucial day that changed things for me. I felt alone, and just wanted to drown out the world. None of my other music was doing the trick, none of it was loud enough. So I made a playlist of just Bullet For My Valentine and Three Days Grace, put in both earbuds and just focused on the words. I was trying to focus on what Matt Tuck was screaming, thinking if I could figure out what he was saying, it would distract me. I became so relaxed that I nearly fell asleep and ever since that day, I turn to music for everything.
Best concert experience: There's so many great experiences I've had at concerts. One of the most magical though was finally hearing "Scars" by Papa Roach be played live, and being able to see the band almost perfectly the entire time. And while I was singing my heart out, in tears of happiness and relief, I looked over and saw a guy smiling like he just got it. And he was singing with just as much power as I was. It was just a nice little moment that spoke volumes for what music does for people. In a room full of drunks, on a night that had been rather stressful, that moment couldn't have been more perfect.
Favorite songs: Scars by Papa Roach, Stay Awake by All Time Low, Unity by Shinedown, Face Everything And Rise by Papa Roach, Skeletons by Papa Roach, All I Want by A Day To Remember, Life Starts Now by Three Days Grace, Weightless by All Time Low, Legacy by Memphis May Fire...I have a ton of favorites, but I will stop there.
Favorite bands: Papa Roach, All Time Low, Shinedown, Three Days Grace, Art Of Dying, A Day To Remember, Pierce The Veil
Facts: -I generally find it hard to connect with someone without a love or passion for music.
-I geniunely don't fangirl over people, never have, and hope to never. (Though if I ever meet Nick Jonas, I cannot guarentee I won't freak out. Childhood crush right there.)
-I watch more YouTube videos than TV shows more, and most of the shows I watch have been in reruns for 10+ years.
-I was a Jonas Brothers fangirl from age 13 to 17, and I do think my love for them is what put me on this path. They made me want to learn more about the people behind the music, and I started doing that with almost every band I listen to.
-I can't imagine my life without Immortal Music now, just the idea of giving it up upsets me.
-I have managed a band on and off for two years, and have no idea what I'm doing but refuse to give up trying until they decide they want a change.
Its time to show the world your stripes, and the power of music. Maybe this could become something big, or maybe it will just be fun. Who knows? Let's find out! We haven't exactly decided how we are going to display all the information you guys choose to express, but we will figure that out! If there's only a few answers, then we may write one post about it, if there's a ton, it could be a weekly thing, or even a full page here on the website, where people can always add their input. This could make a difference, or it could just be something cool for a brief point in time.
Submit all the information above over on the Facebook page, and feel free to ask any questions over there, Twitter, or here in the comments of this post.
Your participation is the only thing that will make this project work, and the entire point of it is to show off who you are and the power of music. The name of the project is subject to change, but the concept will forever stay the same. Music is an amazing thing that does incredible things for people, and its time people showed that off.
Happy Discount candy day, everyone!
Valentine's day was yesterday and now all the stores have cheaper candy, and adorable fuzzy things because they wish to get rid of it!
Does anyone else feel like people take Valentine's Day a bit too seriously? Every year we hear people gushing over the sweets and cuddly things that take over the store shelves and plans they may have with someone special. Along with that, we also hear people complain that they're 'alone' and 'always will be.' I have news for you -nobody is forever alone, and you are never alone if you have friends.
Everyone has someone in their lives, even if they are not giving you the love and affection you may want. Someone is in your life, whether its an acquaintance, friend, best friend, parent, sibling, cat, dog, hamster -you get it. Unless you are living in a cave somewhere, up in a mountain, miles away from civilization, you are not totally alone.
Not to mention, the argument people tend to make in regards to being single on Valentine's day is because they see all these couples exchanging gifts and being happy. Dude, remember this -that's what today is for! Buy yourself the candy you know you like, and treat yourself right. People are often far too hard on themselves, give yourself a break! Its just one day, and most people don't even know why it is celebrated to begin with. Its just one of the first holidays of the year, that's a lot more fun when you're a kid because you get to decorate a box for school, hand out Valentine's and get a bunch back from classmates. When we grow up, we stop getting them from everyone, we get them here and there from people who actually care. If you didn't get anything -don't worry about it! Its not that nobody cares, like so many assume, its probably someone didn't know how to express their love or appreciation, or didn't have the time or money. People tend to care more than you think they do, they just forget to show it sometimes. Not everyone is good at expressing themselves, especially when they care about someone.
All of this may be directed at not feeling alone at Valentine's Day, but it seems like a good thing to remind people of. You're never alone, even if it seems like you are.
Valentine's Day is just around the corner and while a lot of people are dreading it, maybe we can make it better! You shouldn't share your love just one day a week, and this day does not have to just be for those who are in a relationship. You can share your love for everyone and everything, all the time! Your friends, your family, significant other, cat, dog, teacher, brother, musicians, ect. Or you could just use it as a reminder that there's discount candy the very next day in almost all stores.
Regardless, we felt like taking the chance to be as cheesy as possible and make a list of love songs. Some slightly less lovey-dovey songs were thrown in there too, just because it can't all be love and happiness, right? Someone out there will appreciate the contrast.
Feel free to contribute in any way, just be respectful. Over all, its just a silly holiday full of fuzzy things, cheesy romantic things, and a lot of chocolate. Its not really that big of a deal, and keep something in mind too.
You aren't alone just because you're single. People make such a big deal about being single on Valentine's Day and really its just a made up holiday, and its seriously not a big deal. You are never alone in life, because there's always someone in your life. It may not be who you want, but someone is always there. Plus, there's always thousands upon thousands of other people in the world feeling the exact same way you do. Now that I got that disclaimer out of the way, let's get into those love songs, huh? This was just thrown together for fun, and is in no order. A lot of these songs are your typical love songs, but some are most definitely not.
For more fun, be sure to check out the Facebook page on Valentine's Day. As we will be sharing many of these songs, along with some rather hilarious band related Valentine's that have been floating around the internet.
1. James Dean & Audrey Hepburn -Sleeping With Sirens
2. When You Look Me In The Eyes -Jonas Brothers
3. I Hate Everything About You -Three Days Grace
4. No Matter What -Papa Roach
5. I'll Follow You -Shinedown
6. Love Me TIl It Hurts -Papa Roach
7. I Don't Wanna Be In Love -Good Charlotte
8. I Will Be There -Art Of Dying
9. Secret Valentine -We The Kings
10. Skyway Avenue -We The Kings
11. Say You Like Me -We The Kings
12. Over And Over -Three Days Grace
13. Easy To Love You -Theory Of A Deadman
14. Say You'll Haunt Me -Stone Sour
15. Be Your Burden -Phone Calls From Home
16. Thunder -Boys Like Girls
17. Happy Together -Simple Plan (Or you could go with the original by The Turtles, or any other cover of it.)
18. The Moment -Safetysuit
19. Your Guardian Angel -The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus
20. Love Like Woe -The Ready Set
21. Make Me Wanna Die -The Pretty Reckless
22. A Shot Across The Bow -Mayday Parade
23. Far Away -Nickelback
24. I'd Come For You -Nickelback
25. Chains -Nick Jonas
26. I Love You 5 -NeverShoutNever
27. Miles Away -Memphis May Fire
28. I've Got You -McFly
29. A Shot Across The Bow -Mayday Parade
30. I Swear This Time I Mean It -Mayday Parade
31. Miserable At Best -Mayday Parade
32. Kids In Love -Mayday Parade
33. I Must Be Dreaming -The Maine
34. Everything I Ask For -The Maine
35. Lovebug -Jonas Brothers
36. One Man Show -Jonas Brothers
37. Vacation -Simple Plan
38. Shelf -Jonas Brothers
39. Love Is On Its Way -Jonas Brothers
40. Just Friends -Jonas Brothers
41. Please Be Mine -Jonas Brothers
42. Beautiful Soul -Jesse McCartney
43. This Is Home -I Am Ghost
44. Alive -Adelita's Way
45. Without You -Three Days Grace
46. Without You -Breaking Benjamin
47. Walls -All Time Low
48. Love Bites (So Do I) -Halestorm
49. Kiss Me Again -We Are The In Crowd
50. Loner In Love -Busted
I didn't realize how many songs were in my iTunes that applied in some way to this playlist until I really started looking. I could have easily found more, but I decided to stop there. As you can see, some are all very sweet, others are the exact opposite. What songs are you going to be playing this Valentine's Day? Let us know, and let us know what you think of this list.
Happy Valentine's Day from Immortal Music.
Everyone likes a good sex song now and again, right? They can just be a lot of fun to listen to -and they do put some people 'in the mood.' With Valentine's Day coming up this Saturday, and all the hype surrounding 50 Shades of Grey, a lot of people have it on the brain. So, we decided to shed some light on some great sex songs we know of. There's going to be a ton more that we don't think to name, so feel free to add your own songs in the comments and over on Facebook.
As with all playlists we make and post on this website, the only order they are in is the one they came to my mind. They're not by favorites, or alphabetical by artist, they're just totally random. We were just going through out memory banks and iTunes list to come up with this list for you guys.
Its also worth mentioning that some of these songs are not originally intended to be dirty, but can be taken that way.
Warning: Once you hear that, you will never be able to unhear it.
Now, let's have some fun and get into this.
1. A Party Song (The Walk Of Shame) -All Time Low
2. Toxic Valentine -All Time Low
3. Love Bites (So Do I) -Halestorm
4. I Get Off -Halestorm
5. S.E.X. -Nickelback
6. Shakin' Hands -Nickelback
7. Dirty Mind -Halestorm
8. Cut Up Angels -The Used
9. Something In Your Mouth -Nickelback
10. Next Go Round -Nickelback
11. Midnight Queen -Nickelback
12. Pour Some Sugar On Me -Def Leppard (The Maine also did a fabulous cover of it.)
13. In My Head -Mayday Parade (Originally by Jason Derulo.)
14. Boss's Daughter -Pop Evil
15. Spaceship -Puddle Of Mudd
16. Control -Puddle Of Mudd
17. English Love Affair -5 Seconds Of Summer
18. Touchin' On My -3Oh!3
19. Good Girls Go Bad -Cobra Starship
20. Not The American Average -Asking Alexandria
21. Save It For The Bedroom -You Me At Six
22. So Good -Remedy X
23. Pain -Three Days Grace
24. Fuck U Over -The Summer Set
25. Casual Sex -My Darkest Days
26. Nature Of The Beast -My Darkest Days
27. Addicted -Saving Abel
28. War In Your Bedroom -A Change Of Pace
29. Don't Hold Back -The Sleeping
30. The Sex Is Good -Saving Abel
31. Don't Stop Now -The Maine
32. Levitate -Hollywood Undead
33. Up All Night -Hinder
34. One Night Stand -Hinder
35. Use Me -Hinder
36. Take It To The Limit -Hinder
37. All American Nightmare -Hinder
38. Striptease -Hinder
39. Lollipop -Framing Hanley (Originally by Lil Wayne)
40. Good Girls Like Bad Guys -Falling In Reverse
41. Just One Yesterday -Fall Out Boy
42. Sugar, We're Going Down -Fall Out Boy
43. Tie Me Down -Every Avenue
44. Get Paid -Emphatic
45. Bounce -Emphatic
46. Let's Get It Crackin' -Deuce
47. Freaky Now -Deuce
48. Sex Life -D.R.U.G.S.
49. Navagate Me -Cute Is What We Aim For
50. I Don't Wanna Know -New Found Glory
51. Late Night Sauna -Busted
52. Maybe Holding Hands Wasn't Such a Good Idea -Modern Day Escape
As with any topic, there's a ton more we could have gone with, including most of the discography for Blood On The Dance Floor, but we decided to stop here. Let us know what your favorite dirty songs are, and what you think of this playlist.
Blogs of various topics go here, and all are written by Immortal Music's creator. You never know what you may find here, so have a look around.