RULE: Use the letters and numbers in your DA name for the first letter of your favorite Songs. Ex: Below. When tagging others, you need the same amount of deviants as the letters of your username. I.E: Zhidkovv is 8 letters and I've tagged 8 deviants. See what I mean?
This is going to be rather difficult, especially with the Z in my name, but oh well... People, you shall be tagged!
Z - Zwitter - Rammstein
As it goes for all of Rammstein, it was the first music I have ever listened, thanks to my dad. And from them, I fell in love with Alt-rock and later with post-grunge, so they have influenced me in many ways. Respect to this band! (Also it is very hard to find songs that start on Z, give me some credit)
H - Holiday - Green Day
One of the most iconic songs of its time, as well as one of the most iconic bands of its time. Green Day is a very interesting band, and if I cannot say that I like all of their songs, "American Idiot" and Holiday are well worth listening to.
I - In the End - Linkin Park
Also a very iconic song, it is heard by many, if not everyone. It has good sound, nice lyrics, and a damn good band as its creator!
D - Diamond Eyes (Boom-Lay Boom-Lay Boom) - Shinedown
One of my favorite bands, I loved them from the first song I heard by them, "Sound Of Madness". They are post-grunge/alt-rock, with very good lyrics and nice sounds. This song however, is by far my favorite. It is long, with good vocals binding in nice tune. I really recommend to listen to it!
K - Keep The Dogs At Bay - Seether
My second most favorite band, they were the ones who fully opened the doors of post-grunge rock for me. An amazing band, even though their songs feature some dark lyrics ("No Jesus Christ" and "Fmlyhm=Fuck me like you hate me"), and they will be my all time favorite in the list of good music. This song is from their latest album, "Isolate and Medicate", and it is an amazing song too! (Both music wise and that it starts on a K)
O - Over the Hills and Far Away - Nightwish
An amazing group with strong female vocals and a nice combo of orchestral and rock music. However, the lead singer of this song is no longer in the group, thus this song, along with many others hold a special value. I really recommend giving them a try, both with new and old singers, as the group is damn good either way.
V - Victimized - Linkin Park
This song is special to me because it was part of the Playlist that got me over my depression back in 2014. And overall, it is a very good song.
V - Valentine's Day - Linkin Park
Also another song from my depression Playlist. Very nice tune, and a strong ending.
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