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Posted: March 2, 2009

Hitz & Heddings Hype Jams

Some of these picks might seem obvious and others more obscure, but the fact is that all these songs were heard on the ramp a couple of weeks ago before the rain-out. I distinctly remember the shuffle going from Morbid Angel to Santana, and it worked perfectly. Kind of like musical Ritalin maybe?—Sam Hitz


1. Hard Times - Cro-Mags
2. Any Slayer
3. Visions of Mortality - Celtic Frost
4. Black Magic Woman - Santana
5. Quest For Fire - Iron Maiden
6. Little Wing - Jimmy Hendrix
7. Stone of Destiny - ABSU
8. Dominate - Morbid Angel
9. Perverse Suffering - Cannibal Corpse
10. Blood Unity - Aura Noir

You can also download Hitz's Top Hits on iTunes.


This list came from a flood of memories: Most of them partying with Pig Pen, drinkin’ beer, smokin’ weed, and skating the park all fucking day, every fucking day. They were the best days of Burnside for me. —Neil Heddings

Screaming For Vengence
- Judas Priest
Ride the Lightning
- Metallica
Carlos Rossi
- E40
Gimme Some Head - GG Allin
Loser Street -
ADHD
Any Song -
Kreator
Lets Start a War -
FEAR
Just To Get Away -
Poison Idea
Skin Heads Smoke Dope -
Fang
Don't Stop Believing -
Journey

Download Neil Heddings' top ten hits from the iTunes store here.

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