Lelle
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Last Active 10-15-17 8:37 pm
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07.28.09 Songs That Are Fun To Audiosurf07.09.09 Recommend Me Some Lighter Music

Songs That Are Fun To Audiosurf

I actually bought the game to get all the features and scoreboards. Just a small, generic list of songs that are fun to play: EDIT: Apparently there are a lot of retards on this site who don't know what Audiosurf is: www.audio-surf.com/
1Darkest Hour
For The Soul Of The Saviour

Playing a song that you think is awesome naturally heightens the experience. This is fast and great fun to play
2Eminem
Guilty Conscience

Since it has a very choppy and marked beat, the track gets very bumpy and that makes even a slower rap song to an extra fun experience. Plus that you get to rest when that guy talks, "meet eddie blabla
3Same Song & Dance

Say what you want about the new album, but the beat makes the track go in a start-stop fashion that makes it sort of unpredictable
4August Burns Red
Indonesia

Hell yeah, those breakdowns are bumpy and the metal is fast. A fast-bump-tacular experience
5Dredg
Eighteen People Live In Harmony

Some of dredg's songs are too slow and even to make a great ride, but this song is really fun
6Deftones
Headup

cuz deftones are awesome and I ride awesome music so its awesome
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