Wednesday, 23 September 2020

Music, Madness & Mayhem ~ Playlist & Recorded Show ~ 2020.09.23

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Listen to the entire recorded show here.

Playlist


  1. Ugly Kid Joe - Cats In The Cradle (04:15)
  2. The Who - Baba O'riley (05:06)
  3. Soul Asylum - Runaway Train (04:22)
  4. Paul Engemann - Push It To The Limit (scarface) (03:02)
  5. Chris Brown (feat. Kevin McCall) - Strip (02:47)
  6. Eddy Grant - Electric Avenue (03:11)
  7. Righteous Brothers - Unchained Melody (03:38)
  8. Elton John - Rocket Man (04:45)
  9. Johnny Hates Jazz - Shattered Dreams (03:25)
  10. Casey Veggies (ft. DeJ Loaf) - Tied Up (03:12)
  11. King Bees - My Mistake (02:57)
  12. Lil Dicky - Earth (04:41)
  13. Pride Of Lions - Carry Me Back (04:47)
  14. Pride Of Lions - Lion Heart (05:04)
  15. Placebo - Pure Morning (04:14)
  16. Visage - Fade to Grey (04:00)
  17. Martha and the Muffins - Echo Beach (03:23)
  18. Nick Lowe - Cruel to be Kind (03:25)
  19. Missing Persons - Walking In LA_ (04:00)
  20. Cutting Crew - (I Just) Died in your Arms Tonight (04:31)
  21. Akon - I Tried (04:49)
  22. Robert Palmer - Simply Irresistible (04:28)
  23. Madness - One Step Beyond (03:32)
  24. Foreigner - I Want to Know What Love Is (04:50)
  25. Rage Against The Machine - Know Your Enemy (04:56)
  26. Guns N' Roses - Paradise City (06:48)
  27. Kramix ft.DJ SOULBRAH - Baby Shark [Rock/Metal/Electronic/Scratch] (02:45)

Monday, 21 September 2020

My Big Five Aspects Scale Personality Assessment Scores

These are my results from Dr Jordan Peterson's Personality Assessment. Apparently, a lot of people really hate his work and get really angry with their results. I suspect that might be because it appears that no punches are pulled, as I found my results to be unvarnished, and highly accurate, with only very minor exceptions. It is by FAR the most accurate one I've ever seen!

On this page, I have just straight up copied the results. At some point later, there will be links to my own writings, containing my thoughts and feedback on said results. I'm also going to be doing this guy's Self Authoring program, and based on how I feel about it, will be directly recommending it, and/or possibly devising my own take on it. But that is another post! For now, on to my results.

 

 

  The Big Five Aspects Scale


You have just completed assessing yourself with 100 phrases. Our systems have compared your-self-ratings to those of thousands of other people. You are being compared to men and women of all ages. This means that if you are young, your scores on neuroticism will be higher and on agreeableness and conscientiousness will be lower than if you were compared to people of your own age (with the reverse being true for older individuals). For men, their scores on agreeableness and on neuroticism will be lower than if they were just being compared to men. We decided to make the comparisons simple, so that you know where you stand in comparison to the typical person (with age and sex regarded as irrelevant).
Here are your results: You will see below where you stand in comparison to others in the general population on the major traits and their aspects:
  • Agreeableness: Compassion and Politeness
  • Conscientiousness: Industriousness and Orderliness
  • Extraversion: Enthusiasm and Assertiveness
  • Neuroticism: Withdrawal and Volatility
  • Openness to Experience: Openness and Intellect

Agreeableness: Low

You are low in agreeableness, which is the primary dimension of Interpersonal interaction in the Big Five personality trait scientific model. Agreeableness has two aspects: compassion and politeness, which will be explained separately. Agreeableness is a very complex trait, with marked positive and negative elements all along its distribution. Because of this, higher scores and lower scores need to be explained at the same time.

People high in agreeableness are nice: compliant, nurturing, kind, naively trusting and conciliatory. However, because of their tendency to avoid conflict, they often dissemble and hide what they think. People low in agreeableness are not so nice: stubborn, dominant, harsh, skeptical, competitive and, in the extreme, even predatory. However, they tend to be straightforward, even blunt, so you know where they stand.

Your score puts you at the 17th percentile for agreeableness. If you were one of 100 people in a room, you would be less agreeable than 82 of them and more agreeable than 17 of them.

People with low levels of agreeableness are seen by others as competitive, colder, tougher and less empathic. They are less likely to look for the best in others, and are not particularly tolerant (an attitude that is much valued by agreeable people). They are less concerned about the emotional state of others, are willing to engage in conflict, and will sacrifice peace and harmony to make a point or (if conscientious) to get things done. People find them straightforward, even blunt. They strongly tend towards dominance rather than submission (particularly if also below average in neuroticism).

People with low levels of agreeableness are not forgiving, accepting, flexible, gentle or patient. They don’t easily feel pity for those who are excluded, punished or defeated. It is also difficult for them to be taken advantage of by disagreeable, manipulative or otherwise troublesome people, or those with criminal or predatory intent. Their skepticism plays a protective role, although it can sometimes interfere with their ability to cooperate with or trust others whose intentions are genuinely good. They also be less likely to reward good behavior or to give credit where it is due. They can cooperate, when cooperation is in their interest, but very much appreciate competition, with its clear losers and winners. They will not easily lose arguments (or avoid discussions) with less agreeable people, and can enjoy the battle. They are generally good at bargaining for themselves, or at negotiating for more recognition or power and are likely to have higher salaries and to earn more money, in consequence. People low in agreeableness are therefore less likely to suffer from resentment or to harbour invisible anger. In addition, because of their tendency to engage in conflict, when necessary, people low in agreeableness people tend not to sacrifice medium- to long-term stability and function for the sake of short-term peace. This means that problems that should be solved in the present are often solved, and do not accumulate counterproductively across time, although people close to those low in agreeableness may experience them as overbearing.

Women are higher in agreeableness than men. The mean percentile for women in a general population (women and men) is 61.5. For men it is 38.5. The fact that men are lower in agreeableness than women helps explain their much higher rates of criminal incarceration (90% male). The primary difference between criminals and non-criminals is disagreeableness. If the typical criminal is more disagreeable than 98% of people in the general population, then almost all those criminals will be male. This difference in agreeableness between men and women is largest in countries such as Norway and Sweden, where the most has been done to ensure equality of outcome between the sexes. This provides strong evidence that biological factors rather than environment and learning account for the dissimilarity.

Agreeableness, per se, is not strongly associated with political liberalism or conservatism, but this is because the aspects of agreeableness predict such political belief in opposite ways, and cancel each other out. Liberals are higher in aspect compassion, and conservatives in aspect politeness. However, alliance with the category of belief that has come to be known as politically correct is strongly predicted by agreeableness (particularly compassion). What this appears to mean is that agreeable people strongly identify with those they deem oppressed, seeing them, essentially, as exploited infants, and demonize those they see as oppressors, seeing them as cruel, heartless predators.

There are large differences between men and women in terms of spontaneous interest, and these also appear associated with agreeableness. Agreeable people, caring as they do for others, are more likely to enter professions associated with people, such as teaching and nursing, which are dominated by women. This is true even in the Scandinavian countries, where attempts to produce gender-equal societies has reached a maximum. Disagreeable people, by contrast, appear to prefer systematizing over empathizing, and are more interested in things – machines and technology. In consequence, professions such as engineering and trades associated with construction and machinery tend to be dominated by relatively disagreeable men.

Agreeableness has two aspects: compassion and politeness.

Compassion: Typical or Average

You are typical or average in compassion, which is one aspect of Agreeableness. Your score puts you at the 42nd percentile for compassion. If you were one of 100 people in a room, you would be more compassionate than 42 of them and less compassionate than 57 of them.

People who are typically compassionate people are reasonably interested in the problems of other people, and other living things. They are somewhat concerned about helping other people avoid negative emotion, but are willing to stand their ground, even when others get upset. They make time and do kind things for others, but balance that with fulfilling their own needs and interests. They have a soft side, but are not pushovers. Other people consider them reasonably sympathetic and nice, and will sometimes turn to them for a listening ear. They can be empathetic and caring. However, they are not primarily other-oriented, so they can negotiate effectively on their own behalf. This helps ensure that they get what they deserve, and shields them from the development of resentment.
 
Those who are liberal, politically, score somewhat higher in compassion than conservatives.

Women are also higher in compassion than men. The mean percentile for women in a general population (women and men) is 61. For men it is 39.

Politeness: Very Low

You are very low in politeness, which is one aspect of Agreeableness. Your score puts you at the 7th percentile for politeness. If you were one of 100 people in a room, you would be less polite than 92 of them and more polite than 7 of them.

People who are very low in politeness are not at all deferential to authority – nor are they obedient. They can be respectful, grudgingly, but only to people who clearly deserve and demand it, and they are very markedly willing to push back when challenged. They are not uncomfortable confronting other people – in fact, they may enjoy it. People very low in politeness are not motivated to avoid conflict, or to steer clear of conflict or fights. They may find themselves frequently in trouble with authority, in consequence. Their skepticism can make it very difficult for them to find a place in the middle or lower in hierarchies of power and dominance. They tend very strongly to be dominant, rather than submissive (particularly if they are also low in neuroticism).

Those who are liberal, politically, score somewhat lower in politeness than conservatives (the opposite pattern is seen with compassion).

Women are higher in politeness than men. The mean percentile for women in a general population (women and men) is 59. For men it is 41.

Conscientiousness: High

You are high in conscientiousness, which is the primary dimension of dutiful achievement in the Big Five personality trait scientific model. Conscientiousness is a measure of obligation, attention to detail, hard work, persistence, cleanliness, efficiency and adherence to rules, standards and processes. Conscientious people implement their plans and establish and maintain order.

Your score puts you at the 87th percentile for conscientiousness. If you were one of 100 people in a room, you would be more conscientious than 87 of them and less conscientious than 12 of them.

People high in conscientiousness are dutiful. They slog away until the work is done. They work hard and dislike wasting time. They are unlikely to procrastinate (particularly if they are also below average in neuroticism). If a highly conscientious person promises to do something, he or she will probably do it, even in troubled circumstances, without excuses. They are decisive, neat, organized, future-oriented, reliable and not easily distracted.

Highly conscientious people are likely to obtain higher grades in academic settings (particularly if they are also intelligent), and make good administrators and managers. They need to have everything in its proper place, and tend to be concerned with detail. They want to do things by the book. Highly conscientious people can be prone to guilt (although they are likely to organize their lives so that they have little to feel guilty about). Highly conscientious people are also susceptible to shame, self-disgust and self-contempt.

Individuals who are highly conscientious can react badly to failure (particularly if they are also above average in neuroticism). They are judgemental and easily disgusted by their own moral transgressions, as well as those of others. They suffer shame and guilt when unemployed or otherwise unoccupied, even when that occurs through no fault of their own. Highly conscientious people are also fundamentally committed to personal responsibility. They tend to be convinced that those who work hard should and will be rewarded, and that those who don’t deserve their failure. They are more concerned than average with hygiene, moral purity and achievement. They can tend towards micro-management and control.

Highly conscientious people are more likely to be political conservatives, rather than liberal (particularly if they are also low in openness).

Women are very slightly more conscientious than men. The mean percentile for women in a general population (women and men) is 51.5. For men it is 49.5.

Conscientiousness has two aspects: industriousness and orderliness.

Industriousness: High

You are high in industriousness, which is one aspect of conscientiousness. Your score puts you at the 77th percentile for industriousness. If you were one of 100 people in a room, you would be more industrious than 77 of them and less industrious than 22 of them.

Highly industrious people are likely to be successful in school and in administrative and managerial positions (particularly if they are intelligent). They value work highly and typically want to be doing something useful. They are dutiful, and tend not to put things off. They do not often mess things up. They always finish what they start, and they do it on schedule. They are frequently figuring out how to accomplish more in less time, with fewer resources. They have focus.

Highly industrious people are also likely to judge shirkers or people who are incompetent quite harshly, and to want them out of the way. They are likely to believe that people fail because they don’t apply themselves or work hard enough. They feel guilty, rapidly, if they do not do their duty. However, because they typically stay on or ahead of schedule and accept their responsibilities, they rarely experience actual guilt.

Those who are liberal and those who are conservatives appear equally industrious.

Men are slightly more industrious than women. The mean percentile for men in a general population (women and men) is 51.5. For women it is 49.5.

Orderliness: High

You are high in orderliness, which is one aspect of conscientiousness. Your score puts you at the 88th percentile for orderliness. If you were one of 100 people in a room, you would be more orderly than 88 of them and less orderly than 11 of them.

Highly orderly people tend to be disturbed and disgusted by mess and chaos. They keep everything tidy and organized. They tend to think in more black and white terms: things are good or bad, acceptable or unacceptable, with little room for grey areas. They make, like and stick to schedules. They want everything where it should be – and want to make sure it stays where it belongs. They are detail-oriented. They are rule-abiding, and tend to insist that rules are observed. They can be judgmental towards themselves and others if and when rules are broken or procedures ignored. They do not like to be without routine and predictability. They can be good at ensuring that complex sensitive processes are managed properly and carefully.

Excessive orderliness can also constrain creativity (even among those high in openness) as creative endeavours often require mess, disruption and intervening periods of chaos.

Those who are highly orderly are also more likely to be political conservatives. Orderliness is the second-best predictor of conservatism, after openness to experience.

Women are more orderly than men. The mean percentile for women in a general population (women and men) is 54.5. For men it is 45.5. This may account for some of the trouble in relation to housework between women and men. Since women are, on average, more orderly, household disorder will trigger disgust and discomfort in them faster. This may happen with sufficient frequency so they end up doing a disproportionate share of such work (even though if they waited a bit longer their less orderly partners, often men, might end up equally troubled and motivated to fix the problem). Orderly people are more likely to have items such as event calendars, drawer organizers, laundry baskets, irons and ironing boards in their immediate environments.

Extraversion: Very High

You are very high in extraversion, which is the primary dimension of positive emotion in the Big Five personality trait scientific model. Extraversion is a measure of general sensitivity to positive emotions such as hope, joy, anticipation and approach, particularly in social situations. 

Your score puts you at the 92nd percentile for extraversion. If you were one of 100 people in a room, you would be more extraverted than 92 of them and less extraverted than 7 of them.

People with very high levels of extraversion are very enthusiastic, talkative, assertive in social situations, and gregarious. They are highly energized by social contact, and crave it. They find great pleasure in planning parties, telling jokes, making people laugh, and taking part in community activities. They typically have positive memories of the past, high levels of current self-esteem (particularly if they are low in neuroticism), and experience far above average optimism about the future.

People who are uncommonly extraverted have a very difficult time keeping things to themselves, and tend to tell everyone everything. They are very self-disclosing (particularly if also high in neuroticism) and they warm up rapidly to other people. They speak first and most often in meetings. They can be extremely captivating and convincing. They will often be the first to act.

People who are very high in extraversion make strikingly enthusiastic employees, and are very well-suited to jobs involving sales, persuasion, work in groups and public speaking (particularly, once again, if they are low in neuroticism). They are not at all suited to occupations that require a lot of isolated work (such as computer programming or accounting).

People very high in extraversion can also be highly impulsive, particularly when it comes to having fun in social situations. They tend strongly to sacrifice the future to the present, when something social or group-oriented beckons. It is hard for them to be alone and to study and work. They can be very easily distracted by opportunities to chat, joke and socialize. This is particularly the case if they are also low in conscientiousness. When individuals are extraverted and conscientious, they are more productive than if they are introverted and conscientious. However, when they are introverted and unconscientious, they are more productive than they are when they are extroverted and unconscientious.
People very high in extraversion are highly dominant in social situations, particularly if they are also low in agreeableness. Less agreeable extraverts tend to be self-centered – something that can be made worse if they are also low in conscientiousness.

Those who are politically liberal are slightly less extraverted than conservatives.

Women are slightly more extraverted than men. The mean percentile for women in a general population (women and men) is 52. For men it is 48.

Extraversion has two aspects: Enthusiasm and Assertiveness.

Enthusiasm: Typical or Average

You are typical or average in enthusiasm, which is one aspect of extraversion. Your score puts you at the 53rd percentile for enthusiasm. If you were one of 100 people in a room, you would be more enthusiastic than 53 of them and less enthusiastic than 46 of them.

Individuals who are average in enthusiasm have their excitable moments, are sometimes happy, and are reasonably easy to get to know, but they are essentially moderate in their positive emotion. They will talk about things or people they find particularly interesting, but tend to keep more quiet, otherwise. They laugh and joke, but not excessively. They don’t crave the spotlight. They enjoy parties, in moderation, and generally like to be around people, but they can spend time alone. They don’t warm up immediately to others, particularly in groups, and they can keep their own affairs private. They like excitement, but only in moderate doses. They are moderately positive about the past and future.

Enthusiasm is not strongly associated with political preference, either conservative or liberal.

Women are higher in enthusiasm than men. The mean percentile for women in a general population (women and men) is 55. For men it is 45.

Assertiveness: Exceptionally High

You are exceptionally high in assertiveness, which is one aspect of extraversion. Your score puts you at the 98th percentile for assertiveness. If you were one of 100 people in a room, you would be more assertive than 98 of them and less assertive than 1 of them.

Exceptionally assertive people are “take charge” types. They put their own opinions forward extremely strongly, and constantly dominate and control social situations. Exceptionally assertive people can be extremely influential and captivating. They have the communication style that is often associated with leadership. This is good when they are knowledgeable, competent and able, but not so good when they aren’t. Assertive people are people of action. They don’t wait for others to lead the way, but leap in, heedlessly. They can be impulsive, in consequence, and can act without thinking.
 
Liberals tend to be slightly less assertive than conservatives.

Women are slightly less assertive than men. The mean percentile for women in a general population (women and men) is 48. For men it is 52.

Neuroticism: Exceptionally Low

You are exceptionally low in neuroticism, which is the primary dimension of negative emotion in the Big Five personality trait scientific model. Neuroticism is a measure of general sensitivity to negative emotions such as pain, sadness, irritable or defensive anger, fear and anxiety.
Your score puts you at the 3rd percentile for neuroticism. If you were one of 100 people in a room, you would be lower in neuroticism than 96 of them and higher in neuroticism than 3 of them.

People with exceptionally low levels of neuroticism virtually never focus on the negative elements, anxieties and uncertainties of the past, present and future. It is extremely rare for them to face periods of time where they are unhappy, anxious and irritable, unless facing a serious, sustained, complex problem. Even under the latter conditions, they cope remarkably well, very rarely worry, and recover extraordinarily quickly. They always keep their head in

They have exceptional levels of self-esteem, particularly when they are also average or above average in extraversion. They are resistant to anxiety disorders and depression (again, particularly if average or above in extraversion).

When good things happen to them, people with exceptionally low levels of neuroticism can appreciate it, and do not question whether or not they deserved it. They are extraordinarily satisfied with their relationships and careers. Overall, they are extremely tolerant of stress, and tend to breeze through even the more severe failures and setbacks of life. Exceptionally low levels of neuroticism are associated with an absence of concern about mental and physical health, very rare visits to the physician or emergency room visits, and almost no absenteeism at work and at school (particularly if accompanied by average or above levels of conscientiousness).

People with extremely low levels of neuroticism are very good at tolerating risk. If they are average or high in extraversion or openness, they may even enjoy it. They remain calm in the face of even extreme uncertainty. They can thrive in recreational, career, financial and social situations where the possibility of loss is higher. They can consider and implement career changes and other transformations that could enhance their lives with exceptional ease.

Neuroticism is not a powerful predictor of political belief, either conservative or liberal.

Females tend to be higher in neuroticism than males. The typical woman is higher in neuroticism than 60% of the general population of men and women combined. In part, this may be why women report more unhappiness in their relationships, at work, in school and with their health than men, on average, and why women initiate 70% of all divorces. This difference in neuroticism between men and women appears to emerge at puberty. It is largest in countries such as Norway and Sweden, where the most has been done to ensure equality of outcome between the sexes. This provides strong evidence that biological factors rather than environment and learning account for the dissimilarity.

Trait neuroticism is made up of the aspects withdrawal and volatility.

Withdrawal: Exceptionally Low

You are exceptionally low in withdrawal, which is one aspect of neuroticism. Your score puts you at the 1st percentile for withdrawal. If you were one of 100 people in a room, you would be lower in withdrawal than 98 of them and higher in withdrawal than 1 of them.

Individuals exceptionally low in withdrawal virtually never suffer from or are impeded by anticipatory anxiety. They can handle new, uncertain, unexpected, threatening or complex situations extremely well, from the emotional perspective. They are extremely unlikely to avoid or withdraw in the face of the unknown and unexpected.

People with exceptionally low levels of withdrawal feel sad, lonesome, disappointed and grief-stricken very infrequently – and, if they do, feel those emotions briefly and to a much lesser degree. Their lives tend to be markedly free of doubt, worry, embarrassment, self-consciousness and discouragement, even in the face of genuine threat and punishment. They are resistant to and rarely worried about social rejection, and almost never feel hurt or threatened. Even when actually hurt, frightened, or anxious, they recover strikingly easily and remarkably quickly. People with very low levels of withdrawal are simply not worriers. Technically, withdrawal has been associated with activity in the brain systems that regulate passive avoidance.
Those who are liberal, politically, are slightly higher in withdrawal than conservatives.

Women are higher in withdrawal than men. The mean percentile for women in a general population (women and men) is 60. For men it is 40.

Volatility: Low

You are low in volatility, which is one aspect of neuroticism. Your score puts you at the 11th percentile for volatility. If you were one of 100 people in a room, you would be less volatile than 88 of them and more volatile than 11 of them.

Individuals low in volatility are stable and predictable in their moods. They are not irritable, and feel much less disappointment, frustration, pain and loneliness. People find them easy to get along with and can often relax around them. They rarely express their frustration, disappointment and irritability and appear reasonable when they do so. Even on the rare occasions they become stirred up, upset, angry or irritated, they calm down quickly. They are much less argumentative than average and rarely lose their composure.

If thoroughly provoked in a dispute, a person of low volatility may react in kind (particularly if also low in agreeableness). However, such people remain calm and unperturbed, even when stressed. Volatile people tend to get upset if something bad does happen, while people high in withdrawal (the other aspect of neuroticism) tend to be concerned that something bad might happen. Technically, volatility has been associated with activity in the brain systems that regulate fight, flight or freeze.
Volatility is not strongly related to political preference, either liberal or conservative.

Women are higher in volatility than men. The mean percentile for women in a general population (women and men) is 57.5. For men it is 42.5.

Openness to Experience: Exceptionally High

You are exceptionally high in openness to experience, which is the primary dimension of creativity, artistic interest and intelligence (particularly verbal intelligence) in the Big Five personality trait scientific model. Openness to experience is a measure of interest in novelty, art, literature, abstract thinking, philosophy as well as sensitivity to aesthetic emotions and beauty. 

Your score puts you at the 98th percentile for openness to experience. If you were one of 100 people in a room, you would be higher in openness to experience than 98 of them and lower in openness to experience than 1 of them.

People with exceptionally high levels of openness to experience are almost always characterized by others as extremely smart, creative, exploratory, intelligent and visionary. They are extremely interested in learning, and are constantly acquiring new abilities and skills. They are extremely curious and exploratory. They are exceptionally interested in abstract thinking, philosophy, and the meaning of belief systems and ideologies. They live for cultural events such as movies, concerts, dance recitals, plays, poetry readings, gallery openings and art shows. They are very likely to enjoy writing (or even to be driven to write). They enjoy complex, abstract ideas and deeply love to confront and solve complex, abstract and multi-dimensional problems.

They are almost always prolific readers, and are interested in a vast range of topics. They have an exceptionally broad and deep vocabulary. They can think and learn remarkably quickly. They are unusually proficient at formulating new ideas, and can be exceptionally articulate (particularly if average or above in extraversion). People exceptionally high in openness can see old things in remarkable ways. They can think outside of the box. When they hear or come up with an idea, many other ideas are usually triggered. They can formulate any single problem in an exceptionally diverse range of ways, and can generate a tremendously large number of problem-solving solutions. They will constantly seek change, often to make things better, but also just for the sake of change.

People who are exceptionally high in openness to experience are poorly adapted to and do not do well in situations or occupations that are routinized and predictable. They fit badly at the bottom of hierarchies. They are unusually ill-suited to entry-level, repetitive, rote positions, because they are always thinking up new ways to do things, and such ideas are seldom welcome from someone at the bottom. They are extremely radical thinkers. They shake things up, particularly if they are also disagreeable and assertive. They are likely to be revolutionary rebels (particularly if average or below in conscientiousness).

Individuals exceptionally high in openness to experience are entrepreneurial in spirit, as well as smart and creative. They can be overwhelmingly interested in creating new ventures, sometimes for profit, sometimes for curiosity, and sometimes for personal transformation. Exceptionally high levels of openness to experience appear necessary to the formation and leadership of business and other forms of complex organization, although conscientiousness appears required for the attention to detail and process management that such organizations also always need.

Because people who are exceptionally high in openness to experience are interested in absolutely everything, they can find it hard to settle on a single path in life, to specialize to a necessary degree, and to create an integrated identity. This is particularly dangerous if they are above average in neuroticism and/or below average in conscientiousness. People characterized by the combination of high openness to experience and high neuroticism constantly undermine their own convictions and beliefs by incessant questioning and make themselves lost and anxious. Open, unconscientious people tend to be “under-achievers” (particularly if also above average in neuroticism). Such people appear to have the capability to succeed, can learn quickly, and are creative, but they seldom implement their ideas.

Openness to experience is the dimension that best predicts political allegiance (with conscientiousness, particularly the aspect of orderliness, coming in at second place). Those who are liberal, politically, are very much more likely to be high in openness to experience than conservatives.

Women and men differ very little in openness to experience at the trait level, although there are differences in the aspect levels.

Trait openness to experience is made up of the aspects of intellect and openness.

Intellect: Exceptionally High

Note: Do not confuse the personality aspect of Intellect with IQ. Intellect is a measure of interest in abstract ideas, essentially, while IQ is a measure of processing speed, verbal ability, working memory, and problem solving capacity, and is better measured with a formal IQ test. It is perfectly possible to have a high IQ and a low score on the personality trait of Intellect (or the reverse).

You are exceptionally high in intellect, which is one aspect of openness to experience. Your score puts you at the 96th percentile for intellect. If you were one of 100 people in a room, you would be higher in intellect than 96 of them and lower in intellect than 3 of them.

People exceptionally high in intellect are obsessed by engaging with ideas and abstract concepts. They require exposure to novel information, particularly when it is complex and sophisticated. They are extremely curious and exploratory, and actively need to find, tackle and solve challenging problems. They will constantly seek out and initiate issue-oriented discussions, and tend to compulsively read, think about and discuss idea-centered books (generally non-fiction). They are notably articulate, and can formulate ideas very clearly and exceptionally quickly (particularly if average or higher in extraversion). They have a much broader and wider vocabulary, and continually require themselves to learn new things. People exceptionally high in intellect will continually find and generate novel, creative concepts and voluntarily search for and adapt exceptionally well to new experience and situations.

People exceptionally high in intellect find complex, rapidly changing occupations asbolutely necessary and will excel at them (particularly if they are also high in conscientiousness and low in neuroticism). However, they are not at all suited to stable, straightforward and more traditional occupations, where the rules don't change, and will experience continual periods of boredom and intolerable levels of frustration in such positions. They are much more suited to entrepreneurial/creative enterprises (particularly if also high in the openness aspect of Opennes to Experience).

Liberals are higher in intellect than conservatives (although the biggest difference between the two is openness to experience at the trait level).

Women are lower than men in intellect (although not in IQ). This is probably a difference in interest: people high in intellect, compared to openness, are more likely to prefer the sciences to the arts. The mean percentile for women in a general population (women and men) is 45. For men it is 55.

Openness: Exceptionally High

You are exceptionally high in openness, which is one aspect of openness to experience. Your score puts you at the 96th percentile for openness. If you were one of 100 people in a room, you would be higher in openness than 96 of them and lower in openness than 3 of them.

The closest synonym for openness (rather than openness to experience, which encompasses openness and intellect) is creativity. Open, creative people love beauty. They must have an outlet for their creative ability, or they simply cannot thrive. They must be surrounded by art or beautiful crafts. They are extremely sensitive to color and architectural form. They love to collect things, sometimes to the point of obsession. They are exceptionally imaginative, and love to daydream and reflect on things. They are remarkably affected by music, of many genres, and are likely to be musical or artistic themselves (both of these are rare in the general population). They can get completely immersed in a book, or a movie, or in their own thoughts, and become totally oblivious to the outside world. They respond unusually strongly to beauty, creativity and art.

Open, creative people can be impractical and flighty, however (particularly if low in conscientiousness). It can be extremely difficult to transform creativity into money, or into a career. High levels of openness are, however, necessary for entrepreneurial success, and often prove useful at the top of hierarchies, even in very conservative occupations such as banking, accounting and law, which need creative people in leadership positions to provide new vision and direction.

Liberals are higher in openness than conservatives (although the biggest difference between the two is openness to experience, at the trait level).

Women are higher in openness than men. The mean percentile for women in a general population (women and men) is 56.5. For men it is 44.5.

Wednesday, 16 September 2020

Music, Madness & Mayhem ~ Playlist & Recorded Show ~ 2020.09.16

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Playlist


  1. Norah Jones - Flame Twin (03:22)
  2. B.B. King - Lucille (10:13)
  3. Christone "Kingfish" Ingram - Thrill Is Gone (09:10)
  4. Stevie Ray Vaughan - The Sky Is Crying (04:39)
  5. Deep Purple - Smoke on the Water (05:40)
  6. The Jimi Hendrix Experience - Rainy Day, Dream Away (03:42)
  7. Omnia - Noodle the Poodle (03:25)
  8. Crosby Stills and Nash - Southern Cross (04:41)
  9. Simon and Garfunkel - Peggy-O (02:25)
  10. Harry Chapin - Stranger With The Melodies (07:12)
  11. Peter, Paul & Mary - Settle Down (Goin' Down That Highway) (01:43)
  12. The Mamas & the Papas - Go Where You Wanna Go (02:30)
  13. Lynyrd Skynyrd - Call Me the Breeze (05:07)
  14. Bee Gees - You Should Be Dancing (04:14)
  15. Lego's Lost Project - Støv og sand Akustisk (03:14)
  16. Pride Of Lions - Carry Me Back (04:47)
  17. Carpenters - It's Going To Take Some Time (02:59)
  18. Kansas - Dust In The Wind (03:26)
  19. Martina McBride - Independence Day (03:54)
  20. Blake Shelton - Some Beach (03:23)
  21. Trisha Yearwood - She's In Love With The Boy (04:07)
  22. Mark Chesnutt - I Don't Want To Miss A Thing (04:05)
  23. Keith Whitley/Allison Krauss - When You Say Nothing At All (04:52)
  24. Charley Pride - Kiss an Angel Good Mornin' (02:03)
  25. Mat Best and Tim Montana - Quarantine (03:16)
  26. Banjo-Vie - Baby Shark (COUNTRY COVER) by Banjo-Vie (short version) (02:37)

Saturday, 12 September 2020

Metal Mayhem Playlist & Recorded Show ~ 2020.09.12

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Featured Full Album
The Entombment Of Chaos
By:
Skeletal Remains
Released: September 11, 2020

Label: Century Media Records

Playlist


  1. Leo Moracchioli - All About That Bass [Metal Cover] (03:47)
  2. Amaranthe (Feat. Angela Gossow) - Do Or Die (04:37)
  3. Dark Tranquillity - Phantom Days (03:59)
  4. Kataklysm - Underneath The Scars (03:49)
  5. Leo Moracchioli - She Drives Me Crazy [Metal Cover] (05:07)
  6. Carcass - Under the Scalpel Blade (04:04)
  7. Fintroll - Forsen (04:08)
  8. Hypocrisy - Fire in the Sky (04:58)
  9. Gardenian - Deserted (02:57)
  10. In Flames - Embody the Invisible (03:38)
  11. AC/DC - Thunderstruck (04:52)
  12. Death - Spirit Crusher (06:44)
  13. (Artist unknown) - Death Metal Gummy Bear (02:42)
  14. Skeletal Remains - Cosmic Chasm (Intro) (01:40)
  15. Skeletal Remains - Illusive Divinity (04:11)
  16. Skeletal Remains - Congregation Of Flesh (04:53)
  17. Skeletal Remains - Synthetic Impulse (04:44)
  18. Skeletal Remains - Tombs Of Chaos (05:55)
  19. Skeletal Remains - Enshrined In Agony (01:55)
  20. Skeletal Remains - Dissectasy (04:23)
  21. Skeletal Remains - Torturous Ways To Obliteration (04:33)
  22. Raventhrone - Malicegarden (04:36)
  23. Skeletal Remains - Eternal Hatred (06:02)
  24. Skeletal Remains - Unfurling The Casket (05:09)
  25. Cookie Monster - C Is For Cookie [Metal] (01:36)
  26. Skeletal Remains - Stench Of Paradise Burning (Disincarnate Cover) (04:47)
  27. Cookie Monster - Cookies Taste So Good (00:45)
  28. Satyricon - Nemesis Divina [Clean Vision Mix][#] (05:11)
  29. Bal-Sagoth - The Voyagers Beneath (04:37)
  30. Accept - Restless and Wild (04:12)
  31. Morbid Angel - Opening Of The Gates (05:15)
  32. Ryashon - Chocolate Rain (metal cover) (02:03)
  33. Betraying The Martyrs - Let It Go (04:23)
  34. Naglfar - Cry of the Serafim (04:25)
  35. Memoriam - In the Midst of Desolation (04:35)
  36. Amorphis - Amorphis - Black Embrace (03:25)
  37. King - Metal Doctor Who theme (04:36)
  38. I Legion - Love Is A Battlefield Lyrics Video (04:47)
  39. Electrified Toe Jam - Oscar Meyer B.O.L.O.G.N.A. [Metal Cover] (00:35)
  40. Trevor Winchenbaugh - Oscar Meyer Weiner [Metal Cover] (00:42)
  41. Anaal Nathrakh - Oil Upon The Sores Of Lepers (02:47)
  42. Spectre d'Iapetus - Beverly Hills Cop Axel Foley theme (METAL VERSION) (02:32)
  43. Maryjanedaniel - Baby Shark (EXTREME METAL Cover) (01:38)

Friday, 11 September 2020

Metal Metal Mayhem X Playlist & Recorded Show ~ 2020.09.10

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Featured Full Album
Terminal Velocity
By:
John Petrucci
Released: August 28, 2020

Label: Sound Mind


Playlist


  1. Waylander - Born to the Fight (03:05)
  2. Cruachan - To Invoke the Horned God (06:01)
  3. Amon Amarth - The Mighty Doors of the Speargod's Hall (05:42)
  4. Korpiklaani - Shaman Drum (04:57)
  5. Skiltron - Lion Rampant (04:25)
  6. ALESTORM - Keelhauled (03:49)
  7. Amaranthe - Viral (03:01)
  8. Reflection - Ruler Of My Own Land (05:05)
  9. Cryonic Temple - Flying Over The Snowy Fields (04:13)
  10. Vandroya - Im Alive (04:38)
  11. Pellek - This is Halloween [Metal Cover] (02:41)
  12. Adamantia - Entre Sueos (03:59)
  13. Numenor - Heart Of Steel (03:26)
  14. John Petrucci - Terminal Velocity (06:23)
  15. John Petrucci - The Oddfather (06:24)
  16. John Petrucci - Happy Song (06:01)
  17. John Petrucci - Gemini (06:05)
  18. John Petrucci - Out Of The Blue (05:47)
  19. John Petrucci - Glassy-Eyed Zombies (05:56)
  20. John Petrucci - The Way Things Fall (07:33)
  21. John Petrucci - Snake In My Boot (04:04)
  22. John Petrucci - Temple of Circadia (07:10)
  23. Anaal Nathrakh - The Lucifer Effect (03:56)
  24. Dragony - Call Of The Wild (04:12)
  25. Angra - Nothing To Say (06:22)
  26. Karkaos - Skymaster (05:03)
  27. Silent Genocide - I Am I (04:26)
  28. Dark Moor - A New World (05:57)
  29. Hammerfall - Genocide (04:43)
  30. The Privateer - Draft of the Strange (05:17)
  31. Axenstar - Far From Heaven (06:57)
  32. Fairyland - Of Wars In Osyrhia (10:51)
  33. Pellek - Baby Shark [Metal Cover] (01:40)

Thursday, 10 September 2020

Music, Madness & Mayhem ~ Playlist & Recorded Show ~ 2020.09.09

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Playlist


  1. Within Temptation - Enter - 3 - Pearls of Light (05:14)
  2. Citizen Soldier - Would Anyone Care (03:45)
  3. Howie Day - Collide (04:09)
  4. Rhett McLaughlin - Heaven Was a Drink of Wine [Merle Haggard Cover] (02:43)
  5. Rhett McLaughlin - Folsom Prison BEASTS! [Johnny Cash Cover] (02:50)
  6. Elton John - I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues (04:43)
  7. Pride Of Lions - Carry Me Back (04:47)
  8. Billy Joel - Tell Her About It (04:19)
  9. Dire Straits - Sultans Of Swing (Alchemy Live) (10:46)
  10. Dobie Gray - Drift Away (Original ) (03:45)
  11. Don McLean - American Pie (08:41)
  12. Weird Al - The Saga Begins (05:27)
  13. Uncle Tupelo - Truck Drivin Man (03:53)
  14. Uncle Kracker - Follow Me (03:35)
  15. Taylor Swift - Sparks Fly (04:20)
  16. Gov't Mule - Beautifully Broken (09:49)
  17. Tedeschi Trucks Band - Midnight in Harlem (Live from Atlanta) (06:34)
  18. Doors, The - Riders on the Storm (07:10)
  19. Bob Rivers - Drivers On The Phone (02:24)
  20. Buggles - Buggles - Video killed the radio star 1979 (03:08)
  21. Aaron Bernbach & Kyla Schoer - Quarantine Killed The Romance We Had [Video Killed The Radio Star Parody] (03:39)
  22. Earth, Wind & Fire - September (03:35)
  23. Weird Al - One More Minute (04:04)
  24. Filmcow - Put a Banana in your Ear (01:22)
  25. Ariana Grande - God is a woman (03:25)
  26. Gwen Stefani - Hollaback Girl (Clean Radio Mix) (03:22)
  27. Shaggy - Minisiren Remix) (03:30)
  28. Banana Phone ( 3:16)
  29. Minions - Banana Song (03:58)
  30. Leo Moracchioli - Peanut Butter Jelly Time [Metal Cover] (02:28)
  31. It's Peanut Butter Jelly Time!!! ( 1:46)
  32. "Weird Al" Yankovic - TMZ (Parody of "You Belong With Me" by Taylor Swift) (03:40)
  33. (Artist unknown) - Death Metal Gummy Bear (02:42)
  34. Bryant Oden - The Duck Song (03:11)
  35. Connie Vannett - The Pussy Cat Song (02:37)
  36. Ivor Biggun - Anybody Seen My Cock (02:17)
  37. Tom Lehrer - Masochism Tango (02:56)
  38. Jonathan Coulton - Still Alive (02:56)
  39. Jonathan Coulton - Re: Your Brains (04:32)
  40. Filmcow - I Am a Millipede (01:49)
  41. Jonathan Coulton - That Spells DNA (03:11)
  42. Jonathan Coulton - Someone Is Crazy (02:04)
  43. Banjo-Vie - Baby Shark (COUNTRY COVER) (02:37)


Saturday, 5 September 2020

Metal Mayhem Playlist & Recorded Show ~ 2020.09.05

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Featured Full Album
Renegades
By:
Equilibrium
Released: August 23, 2019

Label: Nuclear Blast

Playlist


  1. Black Sabbath - The Thrill of it All (05:55)
  2. Anthrax - Be All, End All (06:23)
  3. Rotting Christ - Coronation of the Serpent (04:06)
  4. Einherjer - Naar Hammerem Heves (05:21)
  5. Samael - Jupiterian Vibe (03:23)
  6. Samael - Black Trip (03:21)
  7. Metallica - 2 x 4 (05:28)
  8. Katatonia - Murder (04:54)
  9. Emperor - Thus Spake the Nightspirit (04:30)
  10. Old Man's Child - Soul Possessed (04:05)
  11. Satyricon - Forhekset (04:30)
  12. Behemoth - The Sermon To The Hypocrites (05:03)
  13. Equilibrium - Renegades - A Lost Generation (04:32)
  14. Equilibrium - Tornado (04:28)
  15. Equilibrium - Himmel Und Feuer (04:19)
  16. Equilibrium - Path Of Destiny (03:39)
  17. Equilibrium - Moonlight (04:53)
  18. Equilibrium - Kawakaari - The Periphery Of The Mind (04:46)
  19. Equilibrium - Johnny B. (04:04)
  20. Equilibrium - Final Tear (04:27)
  21. Equilibrium - Hype Train (04:18)
  22. Equilibrium - Rise Of The Phoenix (07:06)
  23. DISSECTION - Elisabeth Bathory (Tormentor cover) (05:05)
  24. Gehenna - A Witch Is Born (05:36)
  25. Arcturus - Wintry Grey (04:36)
  26. Leo Moracchioli - How You Like That [Metal Cover] (03:38)
  27. Borknagar - The Dawn of the End (05:06)
  28. Kataklysm - Underneath The Scars (03:49)
  29. Dan Vasc - Pandemic (05:51)
  30. Amaranthe (Feat. Angela Gossow) - Do Or Die (04:37)
  31. Electrified Toe Jam - Oscar Meyer B.O.L.O.G.N.A. [Metal Cover] (00:35)
  32. Skeletal Remains - Congregation of Flesh (04:53)
  33. Trevor Winchenbaugh - Oscar Meyer Weiner [Metal Cover] (00:42)
  34. Artas - Gangstas Paradise (04:07)
  35. Tiamat - Whatever That Hurts (05:46)
  36. Hostility - Spine (03:44)
  37. Chastisement - Life Denied (01:41)
  38. Tristan Loparo - Baby Shark [Deathcore] (02:31)



Friday, 4 September 2020

Metal Metal Mayhem X Playlist & Recorded Show ~ 2020.09.03

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Playlist


  1. Angel Dust - The Human Bondage (04:12)
  2. Blind Guardian - Blind Guardian - Spread Your Wings (Queen Cover) (04:12)
  3. Dan Vasc - Pandemic (05:51)
  4. Steel Panther - All I Wanna Do is Fuck (Myself Tonight) (03:54)
  5. Leo Moracchioli - Its Tricky [Metal Cover] (03:35)
  6. Nanowar Of Steel - L'Opelatole Ecologico (04:08)
  7. Leo Moracchioli - Fucking Hostile Cover (04:00)
  8. McClintock Mashups - Get Ready for the Grave (The Temptations and Black Sabbath) (02:51)
  9. Michalina Malisz - Master of Puppets (Hurdy Gurdy Orchestral Epic Cover) (05:43)
  10. Wisecräcker - Master Of Puppets (Metallica) (04:03)
  11. Richard Cheese - Cannibal Corpse Lounge Music(Explicit) (02:16)
  12. Amon Amarth - Father of the Wolf (04:20)
  13. Arch Enemy - Ravenous (04:05)
  14. In Flames - Gyroscope (03:23)
  15. Ensiferum - Breaking The Law (Judas Priest Cover) (02:27)
  16. Equilibrium - Renegades - A Lost Generation (04:32)
  17. Lordi - Hard Rock Hallelujah (The Arockalypse) (04:08)
  18. Powerman 5000 - Supernova Goes POP (03:25)
  19. Monster Magnet - Baby Götterdämerung (03:09)
  20. Alestorm - Fucked With An Anchor (03:27)
  21. Cruachan - Some Say the Devil is Dead (03:13)
  22. Blind Guardian - Turn the page [Demo Version] (04:18)
  23. Aetherian - The Rain (05:57)
  24. Spellblast - Goblin's Song (10:00)
  25. Borknagar - A Tale Of Pagan Tongue (06:11)
  26. Silence Lies Fear - Beyond Reality (03:33)
  27. Axenstar - The Cross We Bear (05:44)
  28. Waylander - Beyond the ninth Wave (07:56)
  29. Forgotten Tales - Deadly Grasp (04:14)
  30. Sentenced - The Suicider (03:44)
  31. Nevermore - Poison Godmachine (04:35)
  32. Blind Guardian - Into the Storm (04:26)
  33. Sentenced - The Suicider (03:44)
  34. Lacuna Coil - My Wings (03:45)
  35. Dimmu Borgir - Behind the Curtains (03:21)
  36. Dimension Zero - Your Darkest Hour (04:09)
  37. Primal Fear - Horrorscoop (05:44)
  38. Skiltron - Bagpipes Of War (04:57)
  39. In Extremo - Küss Mich (04:12)
  40. Folk Stone - Longobardia.Mp4 (04:07)
  41. Sinergy - Invincible (04:12)
  42. Tre Watson and Andrew Patterson - Baby Shark [Death Metal] (01:27)

Wednesday, 2 September 2020

Music, Madness & Mayhem ~ Playlist & Recorded Show ~ 2020.09.02

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Playlist


  1. 00 - Dj`Khaos Show Opener (01:49)
  2. Dethklok - Duncan Hills Coffee Jingle (01:14)
  3. Manowar - Master of the Wind (05:26)
  4. Def Leppard - Slang (02:37)
  5. Iron Maiden - Flash of the Blade (04:02)
  6. Neil Young - Crime In The City (07:21)
  7. Guns 'N roses - Sweet Child of Mine (05:56)
  8. Weird Al - Alimony (03:16)
  9. Meat Loaf - I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That) (11:59)
  10. Rush - The Spirit of Radio (04:56)
  11. The Hood Internet - 1986 (50+ Songs in 3 Minutes) (03:03)
  12. Depeche Mode - Master and Servant (03:49)
  13. Gerard Mcmann - Cry Little Sister (Theme from the Lost Boys) (04:46)
  14. Alice Cooper - Poison (04:28)
  15. Guns N' Roses - Sympathy for the Devil (07:36)
  16. Cure, The - The Snakepit (06:58)
  17. Verve - Bittersweet Symphony (05:56)
  18. Real Life - Send Me An Angel (03:56)
  19. HammerFall - Crimson Thunder (05:05)
  20. Glenn Medeiros - Nothing Gonna Change My Love For You (03:49)
  21. The Pointer Sisters - I'm So Excited (03:47)
  22. Phil Collins - Another Day In Paradise (04:50)
  23. Prince - When Doves Cry (03:44)
  24. Boston - More Than A Feeling (04:46)
  25. Chicago - Hard To Say I'm Sorry (05:05)
  26. Jefferson Starship - Sara (04:52)
  27. Eric Carmen - Hungry Eyes (04:08)
  28. Thunder And Lightning - Hungry Eyes [Metal Cover] (03:50)
  29. Poison - Every Rose Has Its Thorn (04:19)
  30. Tuesday's Gone - Lynyrd Skynyrd with s (07:33)
  31. Billy Idol - Cradle Of Love (Remastered) (05:22)
  32. Bon Jovi - You Give Love A Bad Name (03:45)
  33. Cinderella - Don't Know What You Got (Till It's Gone) (05:50)
  34. Def Leppard - Pour Some Sugar On Me (Remastered) (04:27)
  35. Whitesnake - Here I Go Again (04:33)
  36. Kramix ft.DJ SOULBRAH - Baby Shark [Rock/Metal/Electronic/Scratch] (02:45)

Saturday, 29 August 2020

Metal Mayhem Playlist & Recorded Show ~ 2020.08.29

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Featured Full Album
Sign Of The Times
By:
Axel Rudi Pel
Released: May 8, 2020

Label: Steamhammer Records

Playlist


  1. Amaranthe - Viral (03:01)
  2. Kataklysm - The Killshot (04:56)
  3. ...and Oceans - Cosmic World Mother (04:36)
  4. Skeletal Remains - Congregation of Flesh (04:53)
  5. My Dying Bride - The Solace (05:50)
  6. Carcass - Under the Scalpel Blade (04:04)
  7. The HU - The Legend of Mother Swan (05:25)
  8. Ensiferum - The Defence of the Sampo (04:50)
  9. Chaos Magic Featuring Caterina Nix - Beware Of Silent Waters (04:38)
  10. Primal Fear - Hear Me Calling (04:39)
  11. Trivium - Amongst The Shadows & The Stones (05:40)
  12. Axel Rudi Pell - The Black Serenade (Intro) (01:39)
  13. Trivium - Ascendancy (04:25)
  14. Axel Rudi Pell - Gunfire (05:36)
  15. Axel Rudi Pell - Bad Reputation (05:40)
  16. Axel Rudi Pell - Sign Of The Times (07:09)
  17. Axel Rudi Pell - The End Of The Line (05:21)
  18. Axel Rudi Pell - As Blind As A Fool Can Be (06:13)
  19. Axel Rudi Pell - Wings Of The Storm (05:47)
  20. Axel Rudi Pell - Waiting For Your Call (05:33)
  21. Axel Rudi Pell - Living In A Dream (05:57)
  22. Axel Rudi Pell - Into The Fire (06:00)
  23. Cradle of Filth - Her Ghost in the Fog (06:24)
  24. Vader - Incineration of the Gods (03:33)
  25. Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! - All Star (03:30)
  26. Cain's Offering - My Heart Beats For No One (04:35)
  27. Falconer - Bland Sump Och Dy (03:13)
  28. Children Of Bodom - Hecate's Nightmare (04:12)
  29. Spirit Adrift - Harmony Of The Spheres (04:10)
  30. Equilibrium - Renegades - A Lost Generation (04:32)
  31. Fintroll - Forsen (04:08)
  32. Poppy - I Disagree (03:13)
  33. Dark Fortress - Spectres from the Old World (05:50)
  34. Kneel Before None!! - Baby Shark (death metal version) (01:38)


Friday, 28 August 2020

Metal Metal Mayhem X Playlist & Recorded Show ~ 2020.08.27

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Featured Full Album
Hexed
By:
Children of Bodom
Released: March 8, 2019

Label: Nuclear Blast

Playlist


  1. Haggard - Chapter 4: In a Fúllmoon Procession (05:17)
  2. Amon Amarth - A Beast Am I (05:14)
  3. Dan Vasc - Dr Feelgood (04:45)
  4. Amon Amarth - As Loke falls (04:40)
  5. Nanowar Of Steel - Heavy Metal Kibbles (03:28)
  6. Cradle of Filth - Gilded Cunt (04:07)
  7. Amaranthe (Feat. Angela Gossow) - Do Or Die (04:37)
  8. Chaos Magic Featuring Caterina Nix - Throw Me To The Wolves (03:27)
  9. The HU - The Great Chinggis Khaan (04:32)
  10. ...and Oceans - Five of Swords (05:11)
  11. Rotting Christ - Out Of Spirits (04:08)
  12. Ensiferum - Andromeda (04:04)
  13. Trivium - The Defiant (04:29)
  14. Children Of Bodom - This Road (04:33)
  15. Children Of Bodom - Under Grass And Clover (03:33)
  16. Children Of Bodom - Glass Houses (03:27)
  17. Children Of Bodom - Hecate's Nightmare (04:12)
  18. Children Of Bodom - Kick In A Spleen (03:34)
  19. Children Of Bodom - Platitudes And Barren Words (04:20)
  20. Children Of Bodom - Hexed (05:03)
  21. Children Of Bodom - Relapse (The Nature Of My Crime) (03:26)
  22. Children Of Bodom - Say Never Look Back (04:23)
  23. Children Of Bodom - Soon Departed (04:54)
  24. Children Of Bodom - Knuckleduster (05:40)
  25. Elena Siegman - 115 (03:40)
  26. Delain - Vengeance (04:52)
  27. GWAR - Rock N Roll Never Felt So Good (04:17)
  28. My Dying Bride - To Outlive The Gods (06:13)
  29. Bullet For My Valentine - Your Betrayal (04:51)
  30. After Forever - Biohazard (Black Sabbath Cover) (05:45)
  31. Vader - Despair (01:18)
  32. Warbringer - Crushed Beneath The Tracks (04:21)
  33. Falconer - Garnets and a Gilded Rose (02:32)
  34. Primal Fear - Halo (04:19)
  35. Belphegor - Rise To Fall And Fall To Rise (06:01)
  36. Helloween - All My Loving (The Beatles Cover) (01:44)
  37. Beast in Black - Blind and Frozen (05:16)
  38. Spectre d'Iapetus - Beverly Hills Cop Axel Foley theme (METAL VERSION) (02:32)
  39. Rumahoy - The Legend of Captain Yarrface (03:41)
  40. Pellek - Baby Shark [Metal Cover] (01:40)


Wednesday, 26 August 2020

Music, Madness & Mayhem ~ Playlist & Recorded Show ~ 2020.08.26

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Playlist


  1. Banana Phone ( 3:16)
  2. Billy Joel - the good die young (03:55)
  3. David Bowie & Mick Jagger - Dancing In The Street (02:57)
  4. George Michael, Elton John - Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me (Live) (05:46)
  5. John Farnham - Playing to Win (The Acoustic Chapel Sessions) (02:58)
  6. Crowded House - Crowded House (03:18)
  7. Elton John - I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues (04:43)
  8. Hall & Oates - Private Eyes (03:37)
  9. Duran Duran - Hungry Like The Wolf (03:41)
  10. Glenn Medeiros - Nothing Gonna Change My Love For You (03:49)
  11. Pride Of Lions (Jim Peterik & Toby Hitchcock) - Carry Me Back (04:47)
  12. Starship - Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now (04:29)
  13. America - A Horse With No Name (04:07)
  14. Tom Lehrer - Masochism Tango (02:56)
  15. Gov't Mule - Beautifully Broken (09:49)
  16. Meat Loaf - I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That) (11:59)
  17. Lenny Welch - Since I Fell for You (02:52)
  18. The Jeff Healey Band - While My Guitar Gently Weeps (05:10)
  19. Gale Storm - I Hear You Knocking (03:12)
  20. Sonny James - Young love (1956) (02:30)
  21. The Hometown Boyz - You Done Tore My Heart Out and Stomped That Sucker Flat (01:54)
  22. The Kingston Trio - Tom Dooley (03:02)
  23. Jim Croce - Time In a Bottle (02:26)
  24. The Mamas & the Papas - I Call Your Name (02:38)
  25. Wayne Newton - Danke Schoen (02:36)
  26. David Allan Coe - You Never Even Called Me By My Name (05:11)
  27. Raykhman Rocks - Baby Shark Blues (03:44)

Monday, 24 August 2020

I'd Do Anything for rubs (Cause I'm not a cat) (Meat Loaf Parody)


And I would do anything for rubs
I'd roll right over on my back
I would do anything for rubs
My tummy needs some rubbin' that's a fact
But I'll beg and I'll whine to get those belly rubs
And I've, no pride
And I would do anything for rubs
Cause, I'm not a cat
No I'm not a cat

Anything for rubs
Oh I would do anything for rubs
And I would do anything for rubs
Cause, I'm not the cat
No I'm not the cat

Some days you don't give me treats
Some days we play real hard
Some days you don't throw my ball
And these are the days that never end
Some nights we're playing tug
Some nights I'm on your lap
Sometimes I'm like nothing you've ever seen before or will again

Maybe I'm crazy
Oh but crazy dogs are cool
I know you can pet me
Anyone can scratch my ears or butt
As long as the kibble is yummy
As long as you rub my tummy
As long as you do I'm a happy mutt
You better believe it

That I would do anything for rubs
I'll keep begging even if I'm smacked
And I would do anything for rubs
I don't need pride or any tact
I'll even demean myself if you will only rub
My tum
And I would do anything for rubs
Oh, I would do anything for rubs
Oh, I would do anything for rubs
Cause I'm not a cat
No, I'm not a cat

I would do anything for rubs
I'll be the dog your dreaming of
Because I'm not a cat
The kitty has some dignity
She won't debase herself like me
But I'm just not a cat
I would do anything for rubs
Or bacon I've been dreaming of
Because I'm not a cat

And some days I chase the birdies
And some days I dig a hole
Some days I just pray to the God
Of belly rubs and licking bowls
And some nights I want to cuddle
And some nights I lose control
Some nights I just lose it all
When you throw my ball and I watch it roll

And when I get lonely
I'm just a giant crybaby
There's just one and only
One and only way that I can sleep
As long as I get my snuggles
And you tell me I'm not in trouble
As long as the kitty leaves me alone
You better believe it

That I would do anything for rubs
And you know I'll even take a bath
I would do anything for rubs
And I'll even bring your slippers back
But I'll never catch the birdies because they fly away
Away, away.
Yes I would do anything for rubs
Oh, I would do anything for rubs
I would do anything for rubs
Cause I'm not a cat
No no no, I'm not a cat

I would do anything for rubs
I'll even give the cat some love
Even if she is a cat
I would do anything for rubs
I might stop running through the shrubs
OK I won't do that
I would do anything for rubs
It's all that I've been dreaming of
Except those meanie rats
I would do anything for rubs
I will jump right into the tub
Because I'm not a cat
I would do anything for rubs
I swear I won't pee on the rug
Or in your shoe like the cat
I would do anything for rubs
I'll even give up half my grub
Oh I'd really do that
I would do anything for rubs
I will stop chasing after bugs
Well except the gnats

And I'll never stop cuddling with you every night of my life
No way
And I would do anything for rubs
Oh, I would do anything for rubs
Oh, I would do anything for rubs 
Cause I'm not a cat
No, I'm not a cat

[Call (and Response)]
Will you pick me up?
Will you rub me down?
Will you still love me when I keep jumpin' around?
Will you kiss me when my nose is cold?
(I can do that
Oh, I can do that)
Will you hold my leash and
Will you hug me tight
Will you scratch my ears
And when I get all excite
Forgive me when I'm a little too bold?
(I can do that
Oh no now, I can do that)

Will you feed me some cookies with your own two hands?
Even though I don't go poop in a box full of sand?
You know that box really stinks up your home?
(Yes, I do know that
Ooh Yes, I do know that)
Will you toss me every slobbery toy that I got?
Or buy me a little wading pool if I get too hot?
Will you brush my fur and give me a bone?
(If you're nice to the cat
And you don't chase the rats)
When I eat a bee and then get a sting
I'm too dumb to understand why this is happening
I thought it was a toy you had thrown
(Cause you know that
I'm not smart like cat)
I mark my territory, by peein' on the ground
And I roll in the dust til my white fur's brown
Then I'm chasin' my tail around and around
(Not like the cat
She doesn't do that)

Anything for rubs
Oh, I would do anything for rubs
I would do anything for rubs
Cause I'm not a cat
No, I'm not a cat


©Khaos WolfKat 2020

Saturday, 22 August 2020

Metal Mayhem Playlist & Recorded Show ~ 2020.08.22

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Featured Full Album
The Ghost Of Orion
By:
My Dying Bride
Released: March 6, 2020

Label: Nuclear Blast Records

Playlist


  1. Napalm Death - You Suffer (00:02)
  2. Napalm Death - Suffer The Children (04:19)
  3. Trivium - What The Dead Men Say (06:09)
  4. Falconer - Desert Dreams (03:58)
  5. Primal Fear - I Will Be Gone (04:26)
  6. Rumahoy - 1000 Years of Dust (05:45)
  7. Moonspell - Disappear Here (03:33)
  8. ...and Oceans - Vigilance and Atrophy (04:37)
  9. Ensiferum - For Sirens (04:40)
  10. Vader - Dancing in the Slaughterhouse (02:28)
  11. Warbringer - Firepower Kills (04:21)
  12. The HU - Wolf Totem (05:38)
  13. Leo Moracchioli - Are You Gonna Go My Way [Metal Cover] (03:47)
  14. My Dying Bride - Your Broken Shore (07:40)
  15. My Dying Bride - To Outlive The Gods (06:13)
  16. My Dying Bride - Tired Of Tears (08:35)
  17. My Dying Bride - The Solace (05:50)
  18. My Dying Bride - The Long Black Land (09:59)
  19. My Dying Bride - The Ghost Of Orion (03:29)
  20. My Dying Bride - The Old Earth (10:30)
  21. My Dying Bride - Your Woven Shore (02:09)
  22. Today Is The Day - Spotting A Unicorn (01:22)
  23. Mortician - Obliteration (01:20)
  24. Nile - Serpent Headed Mask (02:16)
  25. Benumb - Monetary Gain (00:48)
  26. Amon Amarth - For Victory or Death (04:30)
  27. Amon Amarth - Risen From the Sea (05:43)
  28. Dragonforce - Seasons (05:04)
  29. Rapture - Transfixion (05:51)
  30. Origin - Disease Called Man (02:51)
  31. Stormwarrior - The Valkyries Call (04:46)
  32. Sabaton - Gott mit uns (03:17)
  33. Pyramaze - Touched By The Mara (06:04)
  34. Darkest Hour - Tunguska (05:32)
  35. Season Of Death - Sky Will Shed A Tear (04:07)
  36. Leo Moracchioli - Baby Shark [Metal Cover] (03:30)

Friday, 21 August 2020

Metal Metal Mayhem X Playlist & Recorded Show ~ 2020.08.20

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Featured Full Album
The Gereg
By:
The Hu
Released: September 13, 2019

Label: Eleven Seven

Playlist


  1. Rumahoy - Poop Deck Party (03:08)
  2. Alestorm - Shit Boat (No Fans) [Explicit] (01:14)
  3. Alestorm - Fucked With An Anchor (03:27)
  4. Ensiferum - Run from the Crushing Tide (04:22)
  5. Steel Panther - Gloryhole (04:32)
  6. ...and Oceans - One of Light, One of Soil (03:17)
  7. Iron Maiden - Empire of the Clouds (18:01)
  8. Dokken - Dream Warriors (04:41)
  9. Warbringer - The Black Hand Reaches Out (04:04)
  10. Falconer - Thrust the Dagger Deep (03:40)
  11. Primal Fear - Along Came the Devil (04:21)
  12. The HU - The Gereg (04:54)
  13. The HU - Wolf Totem (05:38)
  14. The HU - The Great Chinggis Khaan (04:32)
  15. The HU - The Legend of Mother Swan (05:25)
  16. The HU - Shoog Shoog (04:01)
  17. The HU - The Same (05:27)
  18. The HU - Yuve Yuve Yu (04:42)
  19. The HU - Shireg Shireg (05:47)
  20. The HU - Song of Women (07:16)
  21. Pantera - Cat Scratch Fever (03:49)
  22. Psychostick - This Is Not a Song, It's a Sandwich (03:54)
  23. Trivium - Sickness Unto You (06:13)
  24. In This Moment - Sick Like Me (05:03)
  25. Steel Panther - Gangbang At The Old Folks Home (03:47)
  26. Pantera - Fucking Hostile (02:48)
  27. Cradle of Filth - Of Dark Blood and Fucking [Stripped to the Bone Mix] (05:59)
  28. Vader - Sanctification Denied (03:35)
  29. CeeLo Green - Fuck You (Metal Cover) (03:51)
  30. Norther - Fuck You (02:02)
  31. Arch Enemy - The Leader (Of The Fuckin' Assholes) (Skitslickers cover) (01:02)
  32. Deicide - Fuck Your God (03:32)
  33. CUBOT Records, Weltwärts - Stay The Fuck At Home (Covid-19 Poem Metal Version) (02:11)
  34. Anthrax - Efilnikufesin (NFL) (04:55)
  35. Anthrax - I'm the Man [Extremely Def Ill Uncensored Version][Live][Version] (04:39)
  36. SLAY DUGGEE - BABY SHARK (Heavy Metal) (01:45)

Thursday, 20 August 2020

Music, Madness & Mayhem ~ Playlist & Recorded Show ~ 2020.08.19

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Listen to the entire recorded show here.

Playlist


  1. Suicidal Tendencies - Send Me Your Money (03:22)
  2. Dvda - Lemmiwinks (03:01)
  3. Lemon_Demon - The Count Censored (ORIGINAL) (02:07)
  4. Red Peters - You Promised The Moon (But I Preferred Uranus) (02:15)
  5. Ivor Biggun - Anybody Seen My Cock (02:17)
  6. George Bowser and Rick Blue (Bowser and Blue) - The Colorectal Surgeon Song (02:14)
  7. The Hamster Dance Power Metal Cover ( 1:14)
  8. Julie Brown - The Homecoming Queen's Got a Gun (04:41)
  9. Tom Lehrer - Masochism Tango (02:56)
  10. Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show - Penicillin Penny (02:50)
  11. Get My Rocks Off. Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show. (1972) ( 3: 5)
  12. Frank Gallop - The Ballad of Irving (03:27)
  13. Rhett & Link - Rub Some Bacon on It (02:40)
  14. King Missile - The Commercial (02:19)
  15. Bryan Bowers - The Scotsman (02:27)
  16. King Missile - Detachable Penis (03:22)
  17. Rhett & Link - My OCD (04:41)
  18. Enter The Haggis - The Mexican Scotsman (15:04)
  19. Da Vinci's Notebook - Another Irish Drinking Song (03:57)
  20. The Pursuit Of Happiness - I'm An Adult Now (04:30)
  21. Death Metal Gummy Bear ( 2:42)
  22. Trevor Winchenbaugh - Oscar Meyer Weiner [Metal Cover] (00:35)
  23. Electrified Toe Jam - BOLOGNA [Metal Cover] (00:42)
  24. Alestorm - In the Navy (03:14)
  25. Steel Panther - Community Property (03:38)
  26. Weird Al - Ricky (02:36)
  27. Bob Rivers - Dirty Deeds Done With Sheep (02:37)
  28. Connie Vannett - The Pussy Cat Song (02:37)
  29. Bob Rivers - P.M.S. (02:33)
  30. Kip Addotta - Wet Dream (05:08)
  31. Tom Lehrer - Poisoning Pigeons in the Park (02:09)
  32. Raúl Irabién - Coronavirus Rhapsody Covid19 (Bohemian Rhapsody Parody) (06:09)
  33. Napoleon XIV - They're Coming to Take Me Away, Ha-Haaa! (02:10)
  34. Filmcow - Put a Banana in your Ear (01:22)
  35. Kneel Before None!! - Baby Shark (death metal version) (01:38)


Sunday, 16 August 2020

Metal Mayhem ~ 2018.06.30 ~ Recorded Show

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The playlist for this one got lost in the aether, but
Listen to the surviving bits of the recorded show (minus the bloopers!) here.

DJ Khaos Blooper Reels

SOOO far, these are the only blooper reels, but I imagine there will be more eventually. LOL.
Enjoy.

Metal Mayhem ~ 2018.06.30

  This one was when I was still pretty new to DJing, and was my first experience with an unintentional hot mic. Explicit "lyrics". AKA, I cussed. This is the one that had several "requests" for, more begging, more of "those noises" and similar. I never understood before why partners seemed to think I sounded sexy when I was angry. I figured it out. Oy vey!

Metal Mayhem X ~ 2020.02.13

More than a few "technical issues", including my mic deciding not to turn off after my last voice-over, for some unknown reason. I finally just unplugged the mic to make it stop!

And listen to this one to see how many times I can say the word, "thing" in one minute, what happen with unexpected sneaking, a hot mic, and more! 

Music, Madness & Mayhem ~ Playlist & Recorded Show ~ 2020.08.12

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Playlist


  1. Tina Turner - We Don't Need Another Hero (Thunderdome) (04:24)
  2. Midnight Star - No Parking On The Dance Floor (04:30)
  3. Phil Collins - Easy Lover (05:02)
  4. Rockwell - Somebody's Watching Me (03:36)
  5. Michael Jackson - Beat It (04:58)
  6. Marvin Gaye - Sexual Healing (04:06)
  7. The B-52s - Love Shack (05:21)
  8. America - A Horse With No Name (04:07)
  9. Pink Floyd - Another Brick in the Wall [Part 2] (04:01)
  10. Bette Midler - The Rose (2015 Remaster) (03:34)
  11. Lipps Inc. - Funkytown (07:49)
  12. Boyz II Men - On Bended Knee (05:52)
  13. Boyz II Men - End Of The Road (04:14)
  14. Fountains Of Wayne - Stacy's Mom (03:18)
  15. The Jets - Crush On You (04:30)
  16. Juice Newton - Queen Of Hearts (03:31)
  17. Billy Ocean - Suddenly (03:52)
  18. DeBarge - Who's Holding Donna Now? (04:28)
  19. America - Tin Man (03:29)
  20. Gilbert O'Sullivan - Alone Again (Naturally) (03:37)
  21. Hall & Oates - Rich Girl (02:25)
  22. Gloria Estefan - Words Get in the Way (03:25)
  23. Joan Jett - I Love Rock 'n' Roll (02:55)
  24. Midnight Star - Midnight Star "Freak-a-zoid" (04:06)
  25. George Michael - Faith (Remastered 2006) (03:15)
  26. Soft Cel - Tainted Love (02:42)
  27. Peabo Bryson - If Ever You're In My Arms Again (04:16)
  28. Whitney Houston - Saving All My Love For You (03:57)
  29. Stevie Wonder - Part Time Lover (03:43)
  30. Whoodini - Freaks Come Out At Night (04:44)
  31. Stevie Wonder & Paul McCartney - Ebony and Ivory (03:47)
  32. Deniece Williams - Let's Hear It for the Boy (04:09)
  33. Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam - Head To Toe (04:01)
  34. Whitney Houston - How Will I Know (04:32)
  35. Billy Ocean - There'll Be Sad Songs (To Make You Cry) (04:32)
  36. Mike Reno (feat. Ann Wilson) - Almost Paradise (03:49)
  37. The Whispers - Rock Steady (05:05)
  38. The System - Don't Disturb This Groove (03:59)
  39. Bobby Brown - My Prerogative (04:55)
  40. Force M.D.s - Love Is A House (04:11)
  41. Baby Shark (R&B Remix) ( 1:57)

Metal Mayhem Playlist & Recorded Show ~ 2020.08.15

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Featured Full Album
Cosmic World Mother
By:
...and Oceans
Released: May 8, 2020

Label: Season Of Mist

Playlist


  1. Steel Prophet - Technocricide (05:05)
  2. Reaper - Ungodly (05:14)
  3. Stormtroopers of Death - Raise Your Sword (04:12)
  4. Gorgoroth - Destroyer (03:46)
  5. Eluveitie - Inis Mona (04:10)
  6. Death Metal Gummy Bear ( 2:42)
  7. Satyricon - Blessed from Below (06:00)
  8. Leo Moracchioli - Straight Up [Metal Cover] (04:06)
  9. Einherjer - Naar Hammerem Heves (05:21)
  10. Neurosis - From Where Its Roots Run (04:15)
  11. Jag Panzer - Future Shock (03:54)
  12. Exhumed - Decrepit Crescendo (02:33)
  13. Borknagar - The Dawn of the End (05:06)
  14. ...and Oceans - The Dissolution of Mind and Matter (04:08)
  15. ...and Oceans - Vigilance and Atrophy (04:37)
  16. ...and Oceans - Five of Swords (05:11)
  17. ...and Oceans - As the After Becomes the Before (05:13)
  18. ...and Oceans - Cosmic World Mother (04:36)
  19. ...and Oceans - Helminthiasis (04:26)
  20. ...and Oceans - Oscillator Epitaph (03:54)
  21. ...and Oceans - In Abhorrence Upon Meadows (02:29)
  22. ...and Oceans - Apokatastasis (04:20)
  23. ...and Oceans - One of Light, One of Soil (03:17)
  24. ...and Oceans - The Flickering Lights (05:28)
  25. Wax Audio - Full Metal Jackson (02:51)
  26. Rock Sugar - Roll You In The Hurricane (Adele & Scorpions Metal Mashup) (04:54)
  27. Powerglove - The Flintstones (04:12)
  28. XANDRIA - I'd Do Anything For Love (But I Won't Do That) (07:27)
  29. Metallica vs Run DMC (Enter Sandman vs Tricky mash - Metallica vs Run DMC (Enter Sandman vs Tricky mash-up) (03:45)
  30. In Flames - In Flames - Everything Counts (03:17)
  31. Tragedy - Raining Blood (04:56)
  32. Joe Leila - Video Killed The Radio Star (03:06)
  33. Mortanius - For The Longest Time (Billy Joel Metal Cover) (2015) (03:23)
  34. Moonspell - Moonspell - Love will tear us Apart ( rare Joy division cover) (03:41)
  35. Skyblazer - Can You Feel The Love Tonight (power metal cover) (04:16)
  36. Axel Rudi Pell - Hallelujah (04:18)
  37. Axxis - Na Na, Hey Hey, Kiss Him Goodbye (03:42)
  38. A Perfect Circle - Imagine (04:56)
  39. Obsolium - The Song That Doesn't End ( Metal Cover) (01:23)
  40. Maryjanedaniel - Baby Shark (EXTREME METAL Cover) (01:38)

Metal Metal Mayhem X Playlist & Recorded Show ~ 2020.08.13

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Featured Full Album
Solitude In Madness
By:
Vader
Released: May 1, 2020

Label: Nuclear Blast

Playlist


  1. I Legion - Love Is A Battlefield (04:47)
  2. Amon Amarth - Raise Your Horns (04:23)
  3. Dismember - Beyond Good and Evil (02:51)
  4. Therion - Seven Secrets of the Sphinx (03:36)
  5. Agathodaimon - Tongue of Thorns (04:38)
  6. Sabaton - Metal Ripper (03:50)
  7. ToToFor - Together Complete (04:58)
  8. Children of Bodom - Children of Bodom (05:09)
  9. In This Moment - Big Bad Wolf (05:10)
  10. Amaranthe (Feat. Angela Gossow) - Do Or Die (04:37)
  11. Anacrusis - Grateful (05:13)
  12. Paradise Lost - Darker Thoughts (05:46)
  13. Vader - Shock And Awe (02:18)
  14. Vader - Into Oblivion (02:54)
  15. Vader - Despair (01:18)
  16. Vader - Incineration of the Gods (03:33)
  17. Vader - Sanctification Denied (03:35)
  18. Vader - And Satan Wept (03:17)
  19. Vader - Emptiness (02:40)
  20. Vader - Final Declaration (02:16)
  21. Vader - Dancing in the Slaughterhouse (02:28)
  22. Vader - Stigma of Divinity (01:47)
  23. Vader - Bones (03:59)
  24. Mithotyn - From the Frozen Plains (05:51)
  25. Odes of Ecstasy - One With The Darkness (04:49)
  26. Stratovarius - Destiny (10:13)
  27. Virgin Steele - Blood & Gasoline (05:30)
  28. Savatage - Chance (07:49)
  29. Rhapsody - Rhapsody (04:30)
  30. Nanowar Of Steel - The Call Of Cthulhu (04:30)
  31. Steel Panther - Fucking My Heart In The Ass (04:14)
  32. Tarja - Spirit of the Sea (06:56)
  33. Sinergy - 05. Beware The Heavens (03:55)
  34. Theatre of Tragedy - Sweet Art Thou (03:58)
  35. Sleipnir - Warriors Of Thor (07:20)
  36. Opeth - Forest Of October (13:05)
  37. SLAY DUGGEE - BABY SHARK (Heavy Metal) (01:45)