Spotify always has there lists of what we listened to in 2019.
Even though the list is a 100 songs long, there are bands/artists who have multiple songs on this playlist, so here it is;
My 2019 releases posts;
Free Spirits Rising
From Australia, with a song a month releases and some cool lyrics.
Freedom comes when you have nothing left to lose
From “Revolution In Black”.
We are Here to throw back the stones
From “We Are Here”.
“The Atlantic” dropped this year and it got a lot of love.
“John Carpenter Powder Ballad” was introduced to me via Henrik and his 2018 Spotify list and the song remained with me this year.
Their new album dropped this year, so it got some love at the start.
Their new album dropped this year, and it got a lot of love.
Introduced to me via another blog and the band remained with me for 2019.
As a fan, I enjoyed listening to their first album in 13 years.
Days Of Jupiter
I couldn’t get enough of their 2018 album “Panoptical”.
The Butterfly Effect
From Australia, “Final Conversation” from 2007 still gets spins and they dropped a new track this year, their first in over 12 years.
What can I say, Mustaine is always around my life.
They caught me by surprise and delivered a stellar rock album.
One of my favorite Aussie acts who also dropped a few new tracks this year after a long hiatus.
An acoustic take on one of my favorite Def Leppard tracks.
Their groove metal vibe gets me going and their new album got a lot of love this year.
Their new album dropped and it also got some attention.
Their new album dropped and it also got some attention x2
Their new album dropped and it also got some attention x3
Their new album dropped and a few songs got some attention.
“Rock N Roll Nights” is from the early 90s. A great piece of melodic rock.
How can you not like “Shock”?
It’s “Comfortably Numb” and that guitar solo.
A few songs from the “When Legends Rise” album still get some time.
A new album dropped this year and a few songs got some love.
Art Of Anarchy
Scott Stapp’s pained vocals on “Changed Man” still give me goosebumps.
Rag N Bone Man
The song “Human” is a modern masterpiece with crossover appeal across all genres.
Gathering Of Kings
The whose who of Euro Melodic Rock.
Their new album dropped along with deluxe editions of “Slide It In” and “Slip Of The Tongue”.
The End Machine
Dokken without Don Dokken.
“Stargazer” from “In Your Face” still gets me.
“Wouldn’t You Rather” was one of their first singles dropped in the promo run and it got a lot of attention.
The Night Flight Orchestra
“Satellite” dropped this year and I liked it and I played it.
Black Label Society
I still crank “Angel Of Mercy” for that guitar solo.
“Lazarus” is a melancholic track from the mid 2000’s
“Iron Sky” is a great groovy track with lyrics which resonate.
Rodrigo Y Gabriela
“Mettavolution” got a lot of attention.
“Forever” was a song I came across when I downloaded a bunch of demos from the net and then a version was included in the best of release.
“How Did You Love” is still a favorite.
Thirty Seconds To Mars
“Monolith” is an instrumental and a favorite.
“Break These Chains” got my attention.
“The Last In Line” is a special Dio song as it has all the epicness jammed in, under 5 minutes and it doesn’t sound cluttered.
“Seven Years Gone” is one of Richie’s best songs and way better than anything Bon Jovi releases since the “Have A Nice Day” album.
“Purpose For Pain” was the lead single and it got some spins because of its Euro Metal influences.
“Home” is the track which got a lot of spins.
“Retaliation” is an interesting cut, with references to Avenged Sevenfold and AOR Rock.
And that’s 2019 all done.