Win: September 2010

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Liamtheman

Boom Boom Pow by: Black Eyed Peas.

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eejay30

Krazy by Pitbull

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DaftMonk

Even though I can't win (living in Canada as I do) I want as many people as possible to enjoy this amazing track:

"Electric Counterpoint III. Fast (RYXP's Milde Salve)", by Röyksopp.

The way the treble streams in like a chinook wind... and the sensual bass that dances the earth upwards to meet it... fantastic. The video you'll find on YouTube ain't half bad either. ;)

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thebuzzyman

Any song from Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon, or better yet, the entire album! If I had to pick a single track, it would be Breathe.

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wearenotpowerless

"I am Hollywood" by He is Legend!

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koko

"Save Tonight" by Eagle Eye Cherry
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"Sweet Child O' Mine" by Guns N' Rosses - I know i have to choose only one song, but i always bristle of this song !

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jeffmcc

cave in by owl city

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kocourekg

The Rolling Stones, Tumbling Dice sounds amazing with great headphones.

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kocourekg

Best headphone jam=Tumbling Dice by The Rolling Stones. Good headphones capture some wonderful nuance.

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mgmalott

Little Lion Man

--Mumford & Sons

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markkalet

"Timebomb" by the Old 97's

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Vandal913

My #1 headphone jam has to be "Gobstoppper" by XV. The bass and synths are incredible.

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emwycee

"Secrets" by OneRepublic. amazing instrumentals.

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brianjboyle

After using a Bose Noise-cancelling Aviation headset,
I HAD to go for the Bose QuietComfort® 3
(Acoustic Noise Cancelling® headphones)
--lightwieght, perfect range, your very own studio.

(CONTEST: September -- Best Headphones Jam!)

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ssj152

All around the watchtower performed by Jimi Hendrix! Killer

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muselover

Resistance by: Muse
Off the Resistance album.

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Apelila

Sigh No More by Mumford and Sons... starts out mellow, ends up passionate and sing-a-longable

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greenphoenix7

Ratatat - Wildcat

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Erik97

Rendez vous 4 by Jean michel jarre

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aidanjones

It has good treble highs and good bass in different parts of the song. Plus, it's just a good, relaxing song to listen to!

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bcbbanga4l@gmail.com

Jay z Forever Young

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amer1canparatrooper

Emergency on Planet Earth - Jamiroquai

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aaronthelight

Polkaroma by Weird Al Yankovich

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philroy

"Now I'm Here" or "Brighton Rock" by Queen, especially off Live! Killers. Stereo ping-pong madness!

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xrayted

Fix You by Coldplay!

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dstriks

We Won't get Fooled Again - The Who

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macdude101

I vote for Hotel California, by the Eagles. Great guitar in that song.

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tessiesdad

those cans need to be playing Sparks by the Who

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roman.norris

Dave Matthews Band - Album: Crash - Track: Two Step

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Kr4zi4ur0mg

My favorite song to listen to would most indefinitely Max Farenthide - Number one.
The beats are so catchy , it just makes you want to bob your head forward and backward. The bass on the song isn't that bad too!

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bmannrules

Frontier City by K.O.L rocks, off Only by the Night Album. Its the bonus track and is awesome, have your heard it? Thats what I'll be pineing to listen to when I get the Beats. That's the song I vote for.

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TaylorMaginness1

David Banner - Suicide doors

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TaylorMaginness1

David Banner - Suicide doors

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TaylorMaginness1

David Banner - Suicide doors

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aidnas

Amazing (Thin White Duke Edit) - Seal

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iFanboy

Imma Be - Black Eyed Peas

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Big Fonz

Citizen Cope - Sideways

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MJ Valaitis

My favorite headphone jam is "Funeral for a Friend" by Elton John

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BUDDY747

MISTY MOUNTAIN HOP. by led zeppelin THIS SONG JUST KICKS ASS!

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cway93

Boys Don't Cry - The Cure

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Hutif

"The Beginning is the End is the Beginning" by Smashing Pumpkins
I can only really listen to this one at the volume I want with headphone if I don't want neighbors complaining.

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Paul K

God Bless America by Kate Smith

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rickdw1

Buttons by Pussycat Dolls.

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adcockcole

nightmare, avenged sevenfold

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flandersmcj

Aja, By Steely Dan

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flandersmcj

Aja, By Steely Dan

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mflynn

Metallica, "Master of Puppets", (Master of Puppets)

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po11ock

How 'bout a bit of Richard Thompson's fretwork on "Shoot out the Lights"?

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mflynn

Metallica, "Master of Puppets", (Master of Puppets)

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thymas

helter skelter by the Beatles!

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