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Rockin’ with Mick & Allen of KBER’s Freak Show

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City Weekly is asking locals what’s playing on their iPods and assorted digital toys'brand-new tunes, classic favorites, etc.'right now, and why. This week, Mick Martin and Allen Handy of KBER 101.1’s Freak Show (weekdays, 2-6 p.m.) submit tunes from their personal playlists. Lessons learned: Allen likes to rock, while Mick has a sensitive (!) side.

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Avenged Sevenfold, “Bat Country”

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(2005, AvengedSevenfold.com)

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Allen: “Guitar rock is back! It’s great to hear a band with a lead guitarist again. The whole CD is awesome and hasn’t left my player for three months.”

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Neil Diamond, “We”

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(2005, NeilDiamond.com)

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Mick: “From the new album, 12 Songs'although on a whole the album bores me a bit, it’s great to hear Neil getting back to his roots. ‘Love, It’s not about you, it’s not about me, love is all about we.’ Listen to the song and be we.”

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Nickelback, “Far Away”

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(2005, Nickelback.com)

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Mick: “My girlfriend told me to listen to this song because it reminded her of me. It brings me close into me, a place inside where I feel warm and fuzzy, where love is all that matters when the day is done. ‘Never let me go, hold onto me’ Let me love you.”

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Jay Z & Linkin Park, “99 Problems”

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(2004, RockaFella.com)

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Allen: “Jay Z is a great storyteller, and Linkin Park add just enough power to take this song to another level. I try to drive without the kids so I can listen to this one more.”

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Donny Osmond, “What I Meant to Say”

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(2005, Donny.com)

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Mick: “I grabbed this album after seeing him on a talk show. Donny played the title track and it reached into my soul and actually brought a tear to my eye. How often do we go through life not saying what we meant to say until it’s too late?”

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Bowling for Soup, “A-hole”

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(2004, BowlingforSoup.com)

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Allen: “I listened to this song over and over after I first heard it. I guess it’s because I too am ‘just an a-hole sometimes!’”

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The Darkness, “Get Your Hands Off My Woman”

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(2003, TheDarknessRock.com)

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Allen: “I didn’t think it could get any better than ‘I Believe in a Thing Called Love’ off of Permission to Land, but this song went even more whacked, and I loved it!”

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2002, Across an Ocean of Dreams (album)

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(2002, 2002Music.com)

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Mick: “If you’re into meditation or grounding, anything by 2002 is awesome. When I close my eyes, I become a mermaid and go to my secret retreat and dream, and realize the potential that lives in me. So bring it on, I get to face my day.”

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