01) In The Army Now - Status Quo
02) Always The Sun - The Stranglers
03) Blister In The Sun - Violent Femmes
04) Original Sin - INXS
05) New Year's Day - U2
06) I Want It All - Queen
07) The One I Love - R.E.M
08) Dancin' In The Ruins - Blue Oyster Cult
09) Walking By Myself - Gary Moore
10) About A Girl - Nirvana
11) 18 And Life - Skid Row
12) Rock You Like A Hurricane - Scorpions
13) Deaf Forever - Motorhead
14) Wild Flower - The Cult
15) Bed Of Nails - Alice Cooper
16) Gypsy Road - Cinderella
17) Paradise City - Guns 'n' Roses
18) 2 Minutes To Midnight - Iron Maiden
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