[quote="Joe_5859, post:4, topic:238911"]
]"Deep Blue" by Angra (off the album *Holy Land)
]"Helena's Theme" by Kamelot (off the album *Epica)
]"Sirius B" by Therion (off the album *Sirius B)
]"Les Hambourgeois Walkways" by Helloween (off the single *Number One)
]"Within Yourself" by D.C. Cooper (off the album *D.C. Cooper)
]"Death Eludes Me" by Iron Fortress (off the album *Iron Fortress)
]"1000 Rainy Nights" by Time Machine (off the album *Hidden Secrets)
]"Michelangelo" by Guilt Machine (off the album *On This Perfect Day)
]"In the End" by Andromeda (off the album *Chimera)
]"New Jerusalem" by Theocracy (off the album *Theocracy)
Points for anyone who has ever heard of any of these bands before. :p
I've actually heard of Helloween, and I've heard a little of their music. They used to play them on a metal show on a rock station here in Louisville, KY.
Being totally blind, I can't use most IPods, but I do have a 2 GB Sony recorder that I also use as an MP3 player. Because of it's small capacity, I have to empty it out from time to time, so the only thing I know for sure that's on it right now is the recitation of the Rosary, which doesn't get emptied off with the rest of the stuff, and maybe a fiew sacred pieces from this past Wednesday's choir practice. When I do have it filled up, there's no telling what will be on there, because I like a wide variety of music and other things. Some bands that are on there frequently may include Rainbow, Survivor, Eric Carmen, Electric Light Orchestra, Black Sabbath (both with Ozzy and Dio), dare I say the Carpenters, the Alan Parsons Project, and sometimes some older country such as Clint Black, Ricky Skaggs, Keith Whitley, George Strait, the Oak Ridge Boys, Waylon Jennings, and others.