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Intimidating song titles

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Guns N’ Roses, “Welcome To The Jungle” If Axl is going to take his sweet, sweet time with a new album, the least we can do is honor one of his band’s greatest hits at the start of every game.

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Given that we already collected our scariest pop, rock, and love songs, it made sense to chill our spines with a new beat.Jay’s ode to the city that made him might as well be featured on the NYC tourism bureau, minus a few lyrical mentions of dope and stash houses. Keys, it’s a track that’s so empowering and heart-warming, you’ll actually start to believe Times Square is the most beautiful place on Earth.His team of choice adopted the song in 2009, and ran with it all the way to their 27th World Series title.Throughout the history of hip-hop, rappers have crafted riveting songs with many twists and turns to keep listeners on the edge of their seats.From the takeover of the West Coast, which brought us legends like Dr.THE CLASSICS The Rolling Stones, “Start Me Up” Lots of people love sports, and large groups of (sometimes) drunk fans need to be told what to do.

This is as good a way as ever (unless you’re one of the Black Eyed Peas).

Jet, “Are You Gonna Be My Girl” You may not remember Jet, but years from now you’ll still be singing this song at day games.

Vengaboys, “We Like To Party” You’ve seen how that old man at Six Flags dances to this song!

Whether it's the game's top spitters or the unknown artist paying their dues, the common link they share is expressing their thoughts, feelings or emotions on wax -- happiness, frustration or despair, to name a few.

One emotion that has been prevalent in hip-hop over the last 35 years has been anger.

Aerosmith, “Walk This Way” Because baseball’s most boring way of filling up the bases deserves a theme song. (There It Is)” Is “whoomp” a sound humans naturally make? House Of Pain, “Jump Around” Your legs will most likely get tired after four quarters or nine innings, so take the advice of the artist who’d eventually go on to be known as Everlast.