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Stadium Anthems

From: KSLU
Series: Rock School
Length: 59:01

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Songs you will hear played during big sporting events, sporting telecasts, and just anything football! Read the full description.
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Rs_logo_small Yes, we all know that Welcome to the Jungle should be played on a 50,000 Watt sound system and pumped to over 70,000 people as they watch sporting events (football is the main topic in this one), but did you know that there is a huge industry just for making songs to be played in a stadium? We'll go from such classics as Welcome to the Jungle to Chumbawamba's strange piece, Tubthumping. You'll hear it all in this one.

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Piece Description

Yes, we all know that Welcome to the Jungle should be played on a 50,000 Watt sound system and pumped to over 70,000 people as they watch sporting events (football is the main topic in this one), but did you know that there is a huge industry just for making songs to be played in a stadium? We'll go from such classics as Welcome to the Jungle to Chumbawamba's strange piece, Tubthumping. You'll hear it all in this one.

Timing and Cues

Note: Features 1 minute music bed during both breaks.

Floating Break OQ: "Back in a minute - Rock School."

Musical Works

Title Artist Album Label Year Length
Chelsea Dagger The Fratellis The Fratellis. Fallout / Island / Universal Distribution 2006 03:37
Welcome to the Jungle Guns N' Roses Appetite for Destruction. Polydor / Universal Gmbh 1987 04:34
Ready to Go [U.S. Mix] Republica Republica. Deconstruction 1996 04:30
Boom P.O.D. Satellite. WEA International 2001 03:09
Thunderstruck AC/DC The Razor's Edge. Albert Productions 1990 04:52
Sirius Alan Parsons Alan Parsons Live. MSI Music Distribution 1995 02:25
Strike It Up Black Box Dreamland. BMG International 1990 05:15
Tubthumping Chumbawamba Tubthumper. Universal Distribution / Republic 1997 04:38

Additional Credits

Chad P.

Related Website

http://kslu.org/rock_school/