Posted: March 25th, 2010
Al Partanen's Top Ten Tracks
Al's known for hyping up the session and having more energy than dudes half his age. Here are some of the sounds rattling around in his brain…and in his Hesh Law part.
1. Van Halen - Loss Of Control
2. Dead Moon - 40 Miles Of Bad Road
3. Pentagram - All Your Sins
4. Bad Brains - Don't Bother Me
5. Reigning Sound - Black Sheep
6. The Saints - (I'm) Stranded
7. Reigning Sound - Don't Send Me No Flowers, I Ain't Dead Yet
8. 999 - Feelin' Alright With The Crew
9. The Real Kids - All Kindsa Girls
10. King Khan & The Shrines - In Your Grave
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