Never Look Away

Never Look Away is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, and incidents either are the products of the author's imagination or are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, events, or locales is ...

Never Look Away

“The best thriller I’ve read in five years.”—Stephen King A warm summer Saturday. An amusement park. David Harwood is glad to be spending some quality time with his wife and their four-year-old son. But what begins as a pleasant family outing turns into a nightmare after an inexplicable disappearance. A frantic search only leads to an even more shocking and harrowing turn of events. Until this terrifying moment, David Harwood is just a small-town reporter in need of a break. Now the only thing he cares about is restoring his family. Desperate for any clue, David dives into his own investigation—and into a web of lies and deceit. For with every new piece of evidence he uncovers, David finds more questions—and moves ever closer to a shattering truth. BONUS: This edition contains an excerpt from Linwood Barclay's The Accident. Praise for Never Look Away “Outstanding . . . The tension mounts. . . . The surprising twists and appealing characters rank this among the author’s best.”—Publishers Weekly (starred review) “The writing is crisp; the twists are jolting and completely unexpected.”—Stephen King, Entertainment Weekly “Mr. Barclay can flawlessly assume the voice of a small-town American dad.”—The New York Times “Plenty of surprises and twists.”—Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Movement Velocity and Rhythm from a Psychoanalytic Perspective

Richtering. Rhythms. Never. Look. Away. Jessica. Datema. DOI: 10.4324/9781003194033-12. Some. Thing. Missing. This chapter analyzes Never Look Away, whose original German film title is Werk Ohne Autor, or Work without an Author ...

Movement  Velocity  and Rhythm from a Psychoanalytic Perspective

Movement, Velocity, and Rhythm from a Psychoanalytic Perspective: Variable Speed(s) explores philosophical and psychoanalytic theories, as well as artworks, that show sensible bodily rituals for reviving our social and subjective lives. With a wide range of contributors from interdisciplinary backgrounds, it informs readers on how to find rituals for syncing ourselves with others and world rhythms. The book is divided into three parts on variability, speed, and slowness, and explores rhythmic rituals of renewal, revolution, and reflection. Each chapter provides unique examples from the applied arts, film, television, and literature to show how different practices of rhythm might aid in creative and deep contemplation and includes philosophical and cultural theories for bodily and rhythmic renewal. Without being limited to a clinical perspective, this book provides wide-ranging discussions of the relation between rhythm, trauma, cultural studies, psychosocial studies, continental philosophy, critical psychology, Lacan, and film, to explore modes of becoming more attuned to each moment, to others, and to our own era. Movement, Velocity, and Rhythm from a Psychoanalytic Perspective will be essential reading for Lacanian psychoanalysts in practice and in training, as well as anyone interested in rhythm at the intersection of Lacanian psychoanalysis and continental philosophy.

Walking Without Footprints

“You can never look upon the face of God,” she hisses, “Because if you do, the sight is so horrible that you can never look away.” The world stands still. There is the nun's face and my face. I remain silent. Inside I think, “Cool.

Walking Without Footprints

Sit back in your chair and drop out of society at the same time. This book takes you on the journey of one young American as she shuns the world of commerce and escapes into the wilderness to learn from the rivers and trees. Walking Without Footprints is the compelling story of the author in the early 1970's as she grabs a backpack and heads into the mountainous wilderness of central Colorado. Connie's story intertwines with wisdom and tales from Zen, Buddhist and Sufi traditions as she learns to escape from her own mind and conditionings. Add to this mix the past instigation of Catholic school nuns and the free-thinking mentality of the baby-boomer generation and you have a rebel who won't quit until she has reached the deepest core of what it means to be a human being, alive on our planet today. Follow Connie on her adventure as she pitches a tipi and gets snowed into a mining claim cabin. Discover how to listen with your elbows, overcome fear of death, track a cougar, and walk through the world leaving no footprints behind. You'll never see your day-to-day life the same again.

The Passion of Martin Scorsese

Priest Vallon looked his mirror image straight in the eye, cut his cheek, and insisted that “the blood stays on the blade. One day you'll understand.” Later with his dying breath he implored the child: “Oh, my son, don't never look away ...

The Passion of Martin Scorsese

From his earliest shorts to his recent feature films The Departed and Shutter Island, this book offers an in-depth analysis of the deepest archetypal themes, symbols, and structures in Martin Scorsese’s entire body of work. It examines each of Scorsese’s films as a mythological journey through which the main character is offered an opportunity for psychological and spiritual enlightenment, focusing especially on how each character is led to recognize, accept, and embrace his or her flawed traits. The book also explores the ways in which Scorsese’s films incite extreme reactions and strike deep chords within his viewers, particularly by speaking the language of the unconscious and forcing readers to examine their own hidden flaws.

Never Look Back

he asked, looking away, reluctant to look his friend in the eye. Dave walked around to the other side of the table, pointed to Debbie's right shoulder and lifted a section of matted hair away from her pale face.

Never Look Back

Never Look Back is a chilling and compelling debut crime thriller from Clare Donoghue set in South East London. For all those who enjoy Peter James, Mark Billingham and Peter Robinson. Three women have been found brutally murdered in south London, the victims only feet away from help during each sadistic attack. And the killer is getting braver . . . Sarah Grainger is rapidly becoming too afraid to leave her house. Once an outgoing photographer, she knows that someone is watching her. A cryptic note brings everything into terrifying focus, but it's the chilling phone calls that take the case to another level. DI Mike Lockyer heads up the regional murder squad. With three bodies on his watch, and a killer growing in confidence, he frantically tries to find the link between these seemingly isolated incidents. What he discovers will not only test him professionally but will throw his personal life into turmoil too.

If One Only Looks

If you see the blue flame, just look away. Never look at the flame. Never! I don't want to hear of this ever again.” “Yes, ma'am, I am sorry.” I replied in a shaky tone. I wanted to ask her why I could not look atthe flame and why we ...

If One Only Looks

Travel on a journey of ghostly encounters encompassing more than 8 decades of experiences. Based on true events, the tales of a Belizean man born 85 years ago are recounted in spine-chilling detail. Ghosts, spectral flames, buried treasure, and the collision of the spiritual world with the real world are just some of the eerie events harvested throughout the tales. Prepare to be glued to the words as you eerily turn page after page. There is an old Spanish saying that says, aHay un fantasma en todo, si uno mira solamente, a which translates to aThere is a spirit in everything, if one only looks.a So, sit back, open your eyes wide, and strap yourself in as you take a ride on a journey into the spirit world and beyond.

Made Complete in Christ

It is the person who is fully persuaded who continues to ask without looking back, no matter what happens. Ask, and be fully persuaded that you will receive. This requires that we are focused on Jesus always. Never look away.

Made Complete in Christ

Made Complete In Christ takes the reader on a journey to introspection and realization of the their identity in Christ. “As God’s children, we are a ministry and each of us has a ministry.” A ministry that God has placed in us to impact the world. However, the actualization of this ministry is reliant on our acceptance that God exists and he is interested in the affairs of you and I, his children. Peace Amba addresses this issue by highlighting 3 vital points. -You are not a mistake. -God’s divine purpose for you must be fulfilled. -You are not a happenstance . Made Complete In Christ, provides the reader ample evidence that God is interested in us as a person and we can be who God has designed us to be. I challenge anyone hungering and desiring for a purpose driven and meaningful relationship with God to make Made Complete In Christ part of their daily devotional. This book is a companion for champions and God seekers who are longing for an excellent state of being which God wants for all His Children.

Kiss Talent Agency Boxed Set

Her bottom lip makes me want to run away and never look back. Because what I really want to do is touch it all. Touch her eyelashes, touch her cheeks, touch her lips. I should probably stop staring. How terrible it would be if at this ...

Kiss Talent Agency Boxed Set

The Kiss Talent Agency romantic comedy series follows the Kiss brothers and their clients as each pursues fame and fortune, only to find a love they never expected. This boxed set collection includes three full novels—Lip Service, Pucker Up, and Locking Lips—each with a funny, sexy, and emotional romance inside. Dani gives Hunter Kiss more than Lip Service when she confronts him about trying to bribe her football playing brother. Is it his fault he lost the towel he was wearing when the scuffle began? Pucker Up: When his best friend accidentally hits publish instead of delete… At first, Lee Bowers wanted to skewer the popular food critic who brutally lampooned his restaurant—apparently while simultaneously ogling his butt. But then he discover that blogger’s identity. He loves Jenna Harrison and he’s going to prove it to her, one anonymous, sexy text message at a time. Locking Lips begins with a chance meeting on an airplane as photographer Caleb comforts a terrified Marissa; he’s more than happy to celebrate their landing in a nearby dressing room but what happens when they discover they must work together despite creative differences?

Something Wicked This Way Comes

The trouble with Jim was he looked at the world and could not look away. And when you never look away all your life, by the time you are thirteen you have done twenty years taking in the laundry of the world.

Something Wicked This Way Comes

It's the week before Hallowe'en, and Cooger and Dark's Pandemonium Shadow Show has come to Green Town, Illinois. The siren song of the calliope entices all with promises of youth regained and dreams fulfilled . . . And as two boys trembling on the brink of manhood set out to explore the mysteries of the dark carnival's smoke, mazes and mirrors, they will also discover the true price of innermost wishes . . .

I Feel Earthquakes More Often Than They Happen

I think she was looking down. Looking away, anyhow. Poor kid. Helicopter took her.” Never look away. That was Mrs. Brier's mistake, with the liver, and I don't want it to be mine. I promise myself not to fiddle with CDs while I'm on the ...

I Feel Earthquakes More Often Than They Happen

From one of our most astute contemporary writers, Amy Wilentz, comes an irreverent, inventive portrait of the state of California and its unlikely governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger. The prizewinning author, a lifelong easterner and an outsider in the West, takes the reader on a picaresque journey from exclusive Hollywood soirees to a fantasy city in the Mojave desert, from the La Brea Tar Pits to celebrity-besotted Sacramento, from the tents of Skid Row to surf-drunk Malibu, from a snowbird retreat near Mexico to the hippie preserve of tide-beaten Big Sur, along the way offering up sharp observations on politics, fund-raising, the water supply, the Beach Boys, earthquake preparedness, home economics, catastrophism, movie-star politicians, political movie stars, Charlie Manson, and location scouts who want to rent your house in order to make television commercials for bathroom wall cleansers or Swedish banks. Wilentz moved to Los Angeles from a Manhattan wounded by September 11, only to discover a paradise marred by fire, flood, and mudslides. In what seemed like a joke to her, a Democratic governor nicknamed Gumby was about to be ousted by an Austrian muscleman in a bizarre election promoted by a millionaire whose business was car alarms. Intrigued, she set out to find the essence of the quirky, trailblazing state. During her travels, she spots celebrities but can't quite place them, drops in on famous salons with habitués like Warren Beatty and Arianna Huffington, and visits the neglected office of one very special 9,000-year-old woman. Plunging into the traffic of California, Wilentz noodles out meaning in some of the least likely of places; she sees the political in the personal and the personal in the political. By now an expert on tremors real and imagined, she offers readers on both coasts insights into where California stands today, and America as well.

Kiss Talent Agency Boxed Set Books 1 6

Her bottom lip makes me want to run away and never look back. Because what I really want to do is touch it all. Touch her eyelashes, touch her cheeks, touch her lips. I should probably stop staring.

Kiss Talent Agency Boxed Set  Books 1 6

The Kiss Talent Agency romantic comedy series follows the Kiss brothers and their clients as each pursues fame and fortune, only to find a love they never expected. This electronic boxed set collection includes six full novels—Lip Service, Pucker Up, Locking Lips, Lip Action, Kiss Off, and Kiss It Better—each with a funny, sexy, and emotional romance inside. Lip Service: Dani gives Hunter Kiss more than Lip Service when she confronts him about trying to bribe her football playing brother. Is it his fault he lost the towel he was wearing when the scuffle began? Pucker Up: When his best friend accidentally hits publish instead of delete… At first, Lee Bowers wanted to skewer the popular food critic who brutally lampooned his restaurant—apparently while simultaneously ogling his butt. But then he discover that blogger’s identity. He loves Jenna Harrison and he’s going to prove it to her, one anonymous, sexy text message at a time. Locking Lips: During a chance meeting on an airplane, photographer Caleb comforts a terrified Marissa; he’s more than happy to celebrate their landing in a nearby dressing room but what happens when they discover they must work together despite creative differences? Lip Action: Marissa needs a boyfriend to get her interfering mother off her back, and British actor Simon, trying to fix his playboy rep and land a juicy role, agrees to play the part. Kiss Off: Former country sensation Kara is trying to put her celebrity past behind her so she’s traveling the U.S. incognito in her VW van. When a beyond sexy man rolls down a sand dune in a misguided attempt to rescue her, she’s charmed and invites him on a wild road trip. What she doesn’t know is that Declan Kiss is a music agent who knows exactly who she is. Kiss It Better: Handing out samples at a grocery store isn’t exactly Julia’s dream job, but when a sexy stranger passes out in front of her, she takes care of him until the EMTs whisk him away. Now she has his wallet, she knows where he lives, and she’s found the nude photos of him online...

Talk Me from the Ledge

The skin has pulled away, and open wounds glisten a faint pink, visible from across the room to where I sit. l have to look away. ... A light touch is required to lay the gauze in place and the tape can never touch the burns.

Talk Me from the Ledge

Most of us have met a survivor of abuse at some point in our lives. Whether they were a stranger, neighbor, co-worker, or even someone we love, we are everywhere. We hide our fading bruises from the world, and often times even defend our attackers' actions. It's not that we are weak and the question "why don't they just leave" can only be answered by the individual victim. The answers are usually very complicated and personal. My secret world of abuse was harsh, lonely and humiliating. I was afraid of the ramifications connected to "telling all." Would I be believed? Will it even matter to anyone if they knew? I would have been severely punished by the abuser I exposed. That was my greatest fear. Six months after the sudden death of my mother I broke the silence of my past. In the late hours of another sleepless night the dynamics of abuse in the 1950's and 1960's is recalled and chronicled. With pen in hand, coffee cup at my side, memories and tears poured on to paper. By dawn the door was opened. Few were allowed to enter my childhood home. We wanted no witnesses. I was a good liar, and could hide the truth from everyone. Not anymore. I believe the courage to tell these stories came from a love that resonates even after death. With that love and a desire to offer a glimpse into the life of a survivor, I am opening the door to my childhood and inviting you to come into my secret world and be my witness.

The Philosophy of Mind Travel

... when an opportunity comes along in which the girl and yourself are looking at each other's eyes, then you must, ... even though in a some respects it is) staring contest between you and the girl, never, ever, look away first, ...

The Philosophy of Mind Travel

Psychotic logician takes the reader on a journey through his mind. As ones own personal guide in existence, we explore and travel the world in search for a higher understanding of the universe and ones place in it. Whether this book accomplishes this purpose or not may be left open for debate, as well as a complete all-encompassing understanding of the meaning of the world.

A Woman s Guide to Claiming Space

Look away while you're offensively pausing, and the probability of you being interrupted skyrockets. ... having trouble maintaining eye contact, at the very least be careful to never turn your head away, and never look toward the floor.

A Woman s Guide to Claiming Space

For too long, women have been told to confine themselves—physically, socially, and emotionally. Eliza VanCort says now is the time for women to stand tall, raise their voices, and claim their space. Women fight the pressure to make themselves small in private, professional, and public spaces. Eliza VanCort, a teacher, consultant, and speaker, provides the necessary tools for women to rewrite the rules and create the stories of their choosing safely and without apology. VanCort identifies the five key behaviors of all “Space Claiming Queens”: use your voice and posture to project confidence and power, end self-sabotage, forge connections, neutralize unsafe spaces, and unite across differences. Through personal narrative, research, and actionable strategies, VanCort provides how-tos on combatting challenges like antimentors and microaggressions and gives advice for building up your “old girls” club, asking for what you're worth, and owning your space without apology. Bold, fun, and enlightening, this book is birthed from VanCort's incredible story. Having a mother with schizophrenia forced VanCort to learn to be small and invisible at an early age, and suffering a traumatic brain injury as an adult required her to rethink communication from the ground up. Drawing on these experiences, and those of real women everywhere, VanCort empowers women to claim space for themselves and for their sisters with courage, empathy, and conviction because “when we rise together, we rise so much higher.”

The School for Good Mothers

I am a bad mother, because I looked away.” Ms. Russo interrupts. “If Lucretia hadn't looked away, she would have noticed that Gabby wasn't moving. If Lucretia hadn't looked away, Gabby could have been saved. “A mother must never look ...

The School for Good Mothers

In this New York Times bestseller and Today show Read with Jenna Book Club Pick, one lapse in judgement lands a young mother in a government reform program where custody of her child hangs in the balance, in this “surreal” (People), “remarkable” (Vogue), and “infuriatingly timely” (The New York Times Book Review) debut novel. Frida Liu is struggling. She doesn’t have a career worthy of her Chinese immigrant parents’ sacrifices. She can’t persuade her husband, Gust, to give up his wellness-obsessed younger mistress. Only with Harriet, their cherubic daughter, does Frida finally attain the perfection expected of her. Harriet may be all she has, but she is just enough. Until Frida has a very bad day. The state has its eye on mothers like Frida. The ones who check their phones, letting their children get injured on the playground; who let their children walk home alone. Because of one moment of poor judgement, a host of government officials will now determine if Frida is a candidate for a Big Brother-like institution that measures the success or failure of a mother’s devotion. Faced with the possibility of losing Harriet, Frida must prove that a bad mother can be redeemed. That she can learn to be good. An “intense” (Oprah Daily), “captivating” (Today) page-turner that is also a transgressive novel of ideas about the perils of “perfect” upper-middle class parenting; the violence enacted upon women by both the state and, at times, one another; the systems that separate families; and the boundlessness of love, The School for Good Mothers introduces, in Frida, an everywoman for the ages. Using dark wit to explore the pains and joys of the deepest ties that bind us, Chan has written a modern literary classic.

Match My Heart

The toe of his other boot tapped time on the hard wood floor. Then he looked down at Mary. Straight into her eyes. And sang. Never look away Keep your eyes on me I might need more than a day, girl But keep your faith in me.

Match My Heart

Suzie Hart Matthews is hard at work on her new cookbook, Perfectly Matched, when she asks the local wallflower, Mary Lou Picketts, to help her with a project. Mary Lou fantasizes about falling in love with country music star Nash Rhodes, but is ready to settle for Barry Phillips down the street. After all, Barry is her real boyfriend and he has actually popped the question. The likelihood that Nash Rhodes ever will, is slim-to-none. Nash is nothing more than a celebrity crush waiting to never happen. Nash Rhodes enjoys his newfound status in the country music world—after all, it is what he’s worked toward for years—but he longs for a break in the action to ground himself in home and family after months of touring, night-after-night of concert halls, and days-upon-end of sleeping in his traveling bus. And while he also enjoys his adoring fans, and knows his career is dependent upon them, he’s grown weary of being followed. Just when he has made plans to head home to Louisiana for a long weekend, the chance to play a benefit concert presents itself and he’s not sure he can refuse. When Nash comes to Harbor Falls for the music benefit to support the local children’s hospital, Suzie wonders if she can perfectly match the miss-matched couple of Mary Lou Picketts and Nash Rhodes. After all, they seem perfect for each other, and she had managed to hook her little sister, Shelley, back up with her old high school boyfriend, Matt, hadn’t she? Can she do it again?

Perfectly Matched Harbor Falls Romance Collection Boxed Set

The toe of his other boot tapped time on the hard wood floor. Then he looked down at Mary. Straight into her eyes. And sang. Never look away Keep your eyes on me I might need more than a day, girl But keep your faith in me ...

Perfectly Matched  Harbor Falls Romance Collection   Boxed Set

THE MATCHMAKING CHEF COLLECTION The eight Matchmaking Chef novellas When Suzie Matthews (Bed, Breakfast & You) accidentally cooks up a scene that causes her sister to get back together with her high school boyfriend (Home for the Holidays), she wonders if she can help other singletons living in the small mountain town of Legend, Tennessee find the loves of their lives. Being a matchmaker isn't really on her list of things to do--after all, she has a bed & breakfast to run, cookbooks to write, and a television show on the Food Channel to keep up with. But baking is her thing, and perhaps matchmaking can be her thing, too. After all, there is a song going through her head that goes something like this... Matchbaker, Matchbaker, bake me a match? No wait. Make me a match. Nevermind! You get the picture, right? Welcome to Legend, Tennessee. And welcome to the matchbaking, er, matchmaking world of Chef Suzie Matthews.

The Deer Dear Hunt

My wife always looked away in horror, but she stayed until other things drove her away.” “I couldn't control what it did to them or your wife,” Linda said as she held tightly to my arm. “I can control me. I will never look away.

The Deer  Dear Hunt

Veteran Salesman Peter Waldmann is on a Routine Sales Call When he is Surprised to find that the new purchasing agent he is calling on is none other than John Stemple, his very best friend from high school, forty years earlier. When John invites him to come on a deer hunt with him in Edgerton, Wisconsin, a place Peter hasn’t returned to in forty years, he embarks on a journey to the past that will have a lasting effect on his future. In The Deer/Dear Hunt, Author Alan M. Oberdeck explores the threads of life that affect everyone. See life through the Eyes of a man who committed a stupid, youthful act that left him maimed and cost him the love of his life, Linda Leigh Swensen. When Peter and Linda meet in the first book of The Deer/Dear Hunt trilogy, he is forced to ask the question, can you ever go back again? In the second book of the trilogy The Vancouver Rendezvous, vacation with Peter and Linda in the great scenic northwest as they learn more and more about each other and try to work out their relationship and answer two important questions: What is this space that separates them? And, more importantly, can they bridge the gulf? In the third book of the trilogy Peter and Linda have each returned home from their two-week vacation. The plan is to meet again prior to this year’s deer hunt. Peter is now trying to do things in the right and proper manner to become part of Linda’s life. But then disaster strikes! Will Linda lose Peter again?

Final Fugue

People looked away at the authority in his baritone voice. They knew: if you didn't look away from Gus Shevlin at the time he told you to look away, you tended to never look anywhere again. Gus guided Nora to the kitchen.

Final Fugue

🏙 🎼 🧳 Murder means the end of the world for the murdered person... ...except when they enter another world. Zacharias Steele dreams of making it big as a professional pianist. In the 1920s, the most dazzling place in which to accomplish that dream is New York City. Once there, Zach auditions, interviews, tries out, you name it. But mysteriously, something always goes wrong. Ten years later, he ends up dejected and unsuccessful in a small town. There, one night, unexpectedly, he has the opportunity to perform to a full house. Problem? His girlfriend stops by his dressing room and gives him a mysterious warning: don’t wear the new suit. Zach should have listened to her. This will be the last time he’ll play in this world.

The Great Rock Chord Songbook

Riff 1 And now that I know that it's beyond my control, It's like I can never turn my back away. Riff 1 And now that I've seen you, I can never look away. Chorus 2 AS Chorus 1 Interlude (Ds) |(cs) |(Ds) |(Ds) D5 Middle And now that I ...

The Great Rock Chord Songbook

A collection of the greatest rock songs for guitar, all arranged in the original keys from the actual hit recordings, complete with lyrics, guitar chord boxes and a playing guide. This wonderful mix takes all the best rock songs from different eras and puts them at your disposal all in one book! The Great Rock Chord Songbook contains all the lyrics and chords to 100 of the finest rock songs, including: Ace Of Spades, All The Young Dudes, Sk8ter Boi, You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet and loads more! Parental Advisory - Includes Explicit Lyrics Song List: (Don't Fear) The Reaper [Blue Oyster Cult] 20th Century Boy [T Rex] A Design For Life [Manic Street Preachers] A Hard Day's Night [Beatles, The] A Little Less Conversation [Presley, Elvis] [JXL] Ace Of Spades [Motorhead] Alive [P.O.D.] All Along The Watchtower [Jimi Hendrix Experience, The] All Right Now [Free] All The Young Dudes [Mott The Hoople] Animal [Def Leppard] Animal Nitrate [Suede] Back In Black [Ac/Dc] Bad Medicine [Bon Jovi] Bat Out Of Hell [Meatloaf] Beautiful Day [U2] Beds Are Burning [Midnight Oil] Behind Blue Eyes [Who, The] Belaruse [Levellers, The] Black Hole Sun [Soundgarden] Black Velvet [Myles, Alannah] Born To Be Wild [Steppenwolf] Boys Don't Cry [Cure, The] Break On Through [Doors, The] Caroline [Status Quo] Cochise [Audioslave] Coz I Luv You [Slade] Crawling [Linkin Park] Crazy Crazy Nights [Kiss] Crazy On You [Heart] Danger! High Voltage [Electric Six] Day Tripper [Beatles, The] Don't Speak [No Doubt] Dream On [Aerosmith] Elected [Cooper, Alice] Enter Sandman [Metallica] Ever Fallen In Love (With Someone You Shouldn't've) [Buzzcocks, The] Eveything About You [Ugly Kid Joe] Eye Of The Tiger [Survivor] Get Free [Vines, The] Get Off [Dandy Warhols, The] Girl From Mars [Ash] Hand In Pocket [Morissette, Alanis] Hedonism (Just Because You Feel Good) [Skunk Anansie] Here I Go Again [Whitesnake] Hit [Sugarcubes, The] Hush [Kula Shaker] I Fought The Law [Clash, The] I Love Rock N' Roll [Joan Jett And The Blackhearts] It's My Life [Talk Talk] Jerk It Out [Caesers, The] Just Like A Pill [Pink] Keep On Running [Spencer Davis Group, The] Kiss [Prince And The Revolution] Last Resort [Papa Roach] Live And Let Die [Wings] Love Will Tear Us Apart [Joy Division] Madame Helga [Stereophonics] Manic Monday [Bangles, The] Modern Love [Bowie, David] Money For Nothing [Dire Straits] Muscle Museum [Muse] My Generation [Who, The] My Way [Sex Pistols, The] No One Knows [Queens Of The Stone Age] Oh Yeah [Roxy Music] One Way Or Another [Blondie] Paranoid [Black Sabbath] Plug In Baby [Muse] Rebel Yell [Idol, Billy] Red Morning Light [Kings Of Leon] Regret [New Order] Roll With It [Oasis] Run To The Hills [Iron Maiden] Run To You [Adams, Bryan] See Emily Play [Pink Floyd] She Sells Sanctuary [Cult, The] Shine On [House Of Love] Should I Stay Or Should I Go [Clash, The] Since You've Been Gone [Rainbow] Sk8er Boi [Lavigne, Avril] Staying Out For The Summer [Dodgy] Stupid Girl [Garbage] Take A Look Around [Limp Bizkit] Teenage Kicks [Undertones, The] That's Entertainment [Jam, The] The Boys Are Back In Town [Thin Lizzy] The Unforgiven [Metallica] Too Many DJs [Soulwax] Tumbling Dice [Rolling Stones, The] Two Princes [Spin Doctors] Under Pressure [Queen] [Bowie, David] Walk Of Life [Dire Straits] What I Am [Brickell, Edie And The New Bohemians] Wide Open Space [Mansun] Yellow [Coldplay] You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet [Bachman Turner Overdrive] You Give Love A Bad Name [Bon Jovi] You Really Got Me [Kinks, The] Zombie [Cranberries, The]