Category Archives: Music

New Order – Age of Consent

great american road trip - New Order

“This song has a carefree and youthful melody that is seriously addicting. When you’re at that age where you think you’re going to live forever and life just seems like one endless adventure, because there’s so much you’ve yet to experience. It makes me want to run through an open field and do cartwheels, or link hands with a friend and spin around in a circle until we get dizzy and fall.

“Weird Al” Yankovic – First World Problems

Machu Picchu - First World Problems

Chances are that if you live in Anglo-North America, Australasia, Northern & Western Europe, and Northeast Asia, your supposed “problems” are not really problems at all. Especially when compared to how the majority of the world’s population lives.

Bought too many groceries for your refrigerator? Didn’t get a special design on your vanilla latte at Starbucks? Angry that your having connection issues with your state-of-the-art smartphone at Machu Picchu? You my friend, have first world problems.

NOFX – Ronnie & Mags

Muse – Hysteria (bass cover)

You Have One Chance To Live Your Way

rio de janeiro view - live your way

This life is no rehearsal. One chance to live our dream. Here today, gone tomorrow. Can we fulfill our destiny? Time flies, it’s no illusion. No one lives forever. You’ve got one chance to make it happen. One life to live your way. Don’t stop. Reach for heaven. One chance, so make your choice today.

Make a wish, keep it a secret. Why should you live with regrets? Don’t give up. But always remember the chance you missed, the time you’ll not forget. You’ve got one chance to make it happen. One life to live your way. Don’t stop. Reach for heaven. One chance, so make your choice today.

Yuki Matsui – Overtake

Castlevania – Bloody Tears (Acoustic Guitar)

Van Larkins – Freyah’s Song

Daniel Voth – Brazil – (Acoustic Guitar)

Luca Stricagnoli – The Last of the Mohicans (Acoustic Guitar)

“Promentory”, acoustic version from the original soundtrack of “The Last Of The Mohicans” (based on Dougie MacLean’s “The Gael”), arranged and performed by Luca Stricagnoli on three guitars (Standard, Baritone and 7 String) made by Davide Serracini. The bass line is played using a violin bow.