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Go Texans! (Houston Texans!)

Posted in Rock Rant with tags , , , , , , on January 12, 2012 by 30daysout

Andre Johnson hopes to be a big factor against the Ravens.

UPDATED – With more video and MP3 goodness!

Are you ready for some football – playoff style? We in Houston sure are: our hometown team the Texans made history this year by not only achieving the playoffs for the first time in their 10 years as a franchise, but they also won this first-ever playoff game.

So now the H-Town boys are gonna face the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday, and of course the winner of that game will go on to play for the AFC Championship and the right to go to the Super Bowl.

Tim Tebow and the Broncos may have the Lord on their side, but the Texans have some talented musicians in their corner. And we’re not talking about country hat-hack Clay Walker – we mean serious rappers like Paul Wall, Slim Thug and Chamillionaire. Here you go, have a little taste of this:

If the Geto Boys were still around, everyone in Baltimore would be really frightened. Ah well. Here’s another one, I honestly don’t know who the hell created this but the video is WAY better than the music.

This one is called the “Texans Red White and Blue Song” and from the looks of it, it’s officially sanctioned by the team. But we could be wrong.

No music to speak of here … just cheerleaders!

Until 1996, Houston’s football team was the Oilers. Here’s a taste of that freakin’ Oilers fight song.

And this one is done by George Kovacik and Jeff Balke of Orange Is In, this blog’s house band.

We understand you may not necessarily be a Houston Texans fan. We don’t know why, but we understand anyway. So for those few of you out there who are not Texans fans, here are some other favorite football songs for your listening pleasure.

MP3: “The Autumn Wind” with John Facenda

MP3: “Lombardi” with John Facenda

MP3: “Pain Is Inevitable” with John Facenda

MP3: “Be Savage Again” with John Facenda

MP3: “A Golden Boy Again (Up She Rises)”

MP3: “November” with John Facenda

MP3: “The Pony Soldiers”

MP3: “75 Seasons Suite”

YouTube: “Get On Your Knees And Fight Like A Man” by Petra (to Tim Tebow footage)

MP3: “Luv Ya Blue/Houston Oilers No. 1” (excerpt)

Listen to Lil’ Wayne’s “Green and Yellow” Green Bay Packers fight song

MP3: “Big Bad Earl” by Tom Cantrell with Dink and the Ooettes

MP3: “Let’s Get Fired Up” by Zig and the Gaboon Gang

MP3: “What It Was, Was Football” by Andy Griffith

MP3: “Backfield In Motion” by Mel & Tim

MP3: “Who Dat?” by Trey Banks and J. John

Listen to and download “Go Pack Go! 2011” by Garbage

MP3: “Flyin’ Helmets” by Kyle Turley

MP3: “All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over For Monday Night Football” by Hank Williams Jr.

And how about that Faith Hill?

Update: NFL playoff teams ranked in second week

Update: John Parr’s updated version of his 1985 hit “St. Elmo’s Fire,” now inexplicably “Tim Tebow’s Fire.”

This Just In: “Tebow Dance” from Bootsy Collins

 

Glory Bound: Hail To the Saints!

Posted in News with tags , , , on February 9, 2010 by 30daysout

You goin’ to the big New Orleans Saints victory parade in the Crescent City tonight?  Me neither.  But if you want to celebrate the Saints’ victory in the Super Bowl, you can play “Glory Bound,” the unofficial fight song that helped propel the team to victory.  Well, maybe Drew Brees helped a little.  Who Dat?

Team Glory Bound website

Watch the big victory parade live from downtown New Orleans – NOLA.com webcams (5 p.m. CST, 2/9)

MP3: “Who Dat at the Mardi Gras” by Luther Kent (Thanks to Home Of The Groove)

Who Dat? A Slew of Saints Songs

Posted in News with tags , , , on January 25, 2010 by 30daysout

Photo from the New Orleans Times Picayune

The New Orleans Saints are going to the Super Bowl, and it’s going to be a great game.  The Saints are gonna have to step it up if they hope to beat the Peyton Manning-Colts juggernaut, but I have a feeling they will … kick it up a notch, that is.

How they can they help not doing that, with all the fight songs there are to cheer on the Saints?  Follow the link to the New Orleans Times Picayune, where they’ve collected all of the Saints fight songs.  You are in for a shock – there’s about 50 of them!

New Orleans tribute songs playlist at the Times Picayune