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This journal lists the prologue and the songs associated with the Seven Deadly Sins in my EBA 2 project, including the Seven Deadly Sins' half of the finale. (Note that the finale has only four songs unique to it - two for the Sins and two for the Virtues. The other 28 songs in the finale are remixes of songs from earlier in the game - that's why I call it a boss rush.) Note that I'm not 100% happy with all of these lists and am open to substitution suggestions.

{Note that because the Seven Deadly Sins are well, evil behaviors that are not to be condoned at all, the final level for each Seven Deadly Sins set is basically themed on showing just how pathetic the Sin is (or, at least, how indulging in it is a terrible idea that will directly lead to your being completely and utterly destroyed). Thus, the boss level always involves the Sin being afflicted by either Laser-Guided Karma or a Villainous Breakdown (generally of the BSOD variety). This does not apply to the final level of the prologue, which directly leads into the storyline proper, or the final level of the Sins' half of the finale, in which they outright murder the Elite Beat Agents unless the Seven Heavenly Virtues have been recruited - in which case the game transitions to their half of the finale. The Sins' greatest moments for their individual levels instead tend to be the pre-boss levels. In any case, I will be providing justifications for each song and its placement.}

The song list for the Seven Heavenly Virtues can be found here. 

Prologue:

Prologue links: Screenshot, Playlist
  1. "Supersoulfighter" by Lenny Kravitz [5] {The songs in the prologue all form a story arc. In this song, the EBA are conducting business as usual, inspiring a guitarist to foil a bank robbery.}
  2. "Smells Like Teen Spirit" by Nirvana [Nevermind] {The EBA are called to prevent a teenager's house from being totally trashed by a party he threw that's gone dreadfully wrong.}
  3. "Funny the Way It Is" by the Dave Matthews Band [Big Whiskey & The GooGrux King]
  4. "Murder by Numbers" by The Police [Synchronicity] {The EBA find themselves called to assist in a murder investigation. And by "assist", I mean "inspire the policemen".}
  5. "Psycho Killer" by the Talking Heads [Best of Talking Heads] {The above-mentioned investigation goes a little too well, and the EBA wind up confronting the killer.}
  6. "Renegade" by Styx [Pieces of Eight]
  7. "Dani California" by the Red Hot Chili Peppers [Grammy Nominees 2007]
  8. "Survival" by Muse [The 2nd Law]
  9. "Should I Stay or Should I Go" by The Clash [The Essential Clash Disc 2]
  10. "City of Delusion" by Muse [Black Holes and Revelations]
  11. "The Living Daylights" by a-ha [Best of Bond... James Bond: 40th Anniversary Edition]
  12. "Blood on the Dance Floor" by Michael Jackson [Blood on the Dance Floor]
  13. "Queen of Spades" by Styx [Pieces of Eight]
  14. "Let the Hunt be the Hunted" by Saliva [Spy Hunter]
  15. "DIVE" by Be4U [Dance Dance Revolution] {The EBA manages to elude the killer, only to find themselves helping a bystander rescue the killer's next victim. When all is said and done, said intended victim is safe. Unfortunately...}
  16. "Getaway" by Earth, Wind & Fire [Earth, Wind & Fire: Greatest Hits] {The EBA are back in the killer's sights, and must escape once again.}
  17. "Skyfall" by Adele [Skyfall] {The EBA engages in a final battle with the killer and defeats him. However, the demonic presence that was controlling him escapes.}
  18. "It's On Again" by Alicia Keys feat. Kendrick Lamar [The Amazing Spider-Man 2] {The EBA resolves to get to the bottom of the incident, and begin to investigate the global crime wave.}
  19. "We Didn't Start The Fire" by Billy Joel (BOSS) {The true battle is just beginning.}

Seven Deadly Sins #1: Lust:

Lust links: Screenshot, Playlist, Wikipedia
  1. "Someone" by Boston {A guy is pining for a girl who apparently wants nothing to do with him. There are also mild stalkerish undertones.}
  2. "If You Want It To Be Good Girl (Get Yourself A Bad Boy)" by the Backstreet Boys [Backstreet Boys] {The narrator is trying to invoke the "All Girls Want Bad Boys" trope. Sadly, bad boys tend to make for bad husbands, and marrying one is just asking for a dismal, abusive marriage.}
  3. "I Fought the Law" by The Clash [The Essential Clash Disc 1] {Can you say "sexual violence"?}
  4. "A View To A Kill" by Duran Duran [Best of Bond...James Bond: 40th Anniversary Edition] {I'm going to paraphrase the friar from Romeo & Juliet here - "passion that burns too bright burns itself out."}
  5. "Only the Good Die Young" by Billy Joel [The Stranger] {Trying to corrupt a good girl and make her a whore should not sit well with anyone.}
  6. "My Humps" by the Black-Eyed Peas [Grammy Nominees 2007] {I used to hate this song when I was younger, and the reason why is simple - it is blatantly sexually charged and just plain inappropriate. I only warmed up to it when I was made aware that its misogynistic tones are supposed to be over-the-top.}
  7. "Sexyback" by Justin Timberlake [Grammy Nominees 2007] {Over-the-top flirting, and being very, very open about the hoped-for end result.}
  8. "Cold as Ice" by Foreigner [Records] {Being abandoned by a significant other sucks. Especially when it's for a petty, selfish reason.}
  9. "Wish I Had an Angel" by Nightwish {The song basically amounts to "I want to rape someone!"}
  10. "You Give Love A Bad Name" by Bon Jovi {Falling for a seductress is never fun.}
  11. "Whoever Brings the Night" by Nightwish [Dark Passion Play] (PRE-BOSS) {I swear, this song could so easily be from the POV of a succubus. Or just someone who exploits their looks to ruin people.}
  12. "The One I Love" by R.E.M. [Eponymous] (BOSS) {Breakdown; sexual conquest just isn't as fulfilling as truly falling in love.}

Seven Deadly Sins #2: Gluttony:

Gluttony links: Screenshot, Playlist, Wikipedia
  1. "This Is The Life" by Weird Al Yankovic [Dare to be Stupid]
  2. "Good Times Roll" by The Cars [The Cars]
  3. "Good Times Inc." by Gorillaz feat. De La Soul [Grammy Nominees 2006]
  4. "Cheat" by The Clash [The Essential Clash Disc 1]
  5. "Alabama Song (Whisky Bar)" by The Doors [The Doors]
  6. "Under the Bridge" by the Red Hot Chili Peppers [Red Hot Chili Peppers Greatest Hits]
  7. "Tommy Gun" by The Clash [The Essential Clash Disc 1]
  8. "Life in the Fast Lane" by The Eagles [Hotel California]
  9. "Grapefruit Diet" by Weird Al Yankovic [Running with Scissors]
  10. "Rock You Like A Hurricane" by the Scorpions [Love at First Sting]
  11. "Too Much" by the Dave Matthews Band [Crash] (PRE-BOSS)
  12. "Another Way To Die" by Disturbed [The Lost Children] (BOSS) {Karma; overconsumption is going to KILL THE ENTIRE PLANET if not stopped.}

Seven Deadly Sins #3: Greed:

Greed links: Screenshot, Playlist, Wikipedia
  1. "Koka Kola" by The Clash [London Calling]
  2. "Thunderball" by Tom Jones [Best of Bond... James Bond: 40th Anniversary Edition]
  3. "Take the Money and Run" by the Steve Miller Band [Young Hearts: Complete Greatest Hits]
  4. "The World Is Not Enough" by Garbage [Best of Bond... James Bond: 40th Anniversary Edition]
  5. "Money" by Pink Floyd [Dark Side of the Moon]
  6. "If In Money We Trust" by Van Morrison
  7. "The Dreaming Tree" by the Dave Matthews Band [Before These Crowded Streets]
  8. "Chemi-Kill" by Exodus [Pleasures of the Flesh]
  9. "The Power of Gold" by Dan Fogelberg and Tim Weisberg [Twin Sons Of Different Mothers]
  10. "American Capitalist" by Five-Finger Death Punch [American Capitalist]
  11. "Corporate America" by Boston [Corporate America] (PRE-BOSS) {Corporate greed is responsible for over 80% of the world's problems. 'Nuff said. Whose brilliant idea was it to make corporations only legally responsible to their stockholders, instead of, oh, I dunno, the entire community human race world, anyways? I know that person's probably long dead, but they still deserve a knife to the chest for that world-f**king brain fart. ...Ugh, just thinking about how badly greed screws the world over gets me all riled up...}
  12. "Dark Money" by Geoff Tate [Kings and Thieves] (BOSS) {Karma; it's only possible to get away with exploiting people for so long before they wise up and strike back...}

Seven Deadly Sins #4: Sloth:

Sloth links: Screenshot, Playlist, Wikipedia

All of the Seven Deadly Sins are more than they appear to be on the surface. Sloth, for instance, incorporates both laziness and apathy/despair (this includes depression, but not self-hatred; that's part of wrath's domain). Both aspects are reflected in its list of songs.
  1. "Ants Marching" by Dave Matthews [Under the Table and Dreaming]
  2. "Police & Thieves" by The Clash [The Essential Clash Disc 1]
  3. "Live and Let Die" by Paul McCartney & Wings [Best of Bond... James Bond: 40th Anniversary Edition]
  4. "In the End" by Linkin Park
  5. "Peace of Mind" by Boston [Boston]
  6. "Mad World (American Idol Studio Version)" by Adam Lambert [Season 8 Favorite Performances] {"I don't want to live on this planet anymore", taken literally and not played for laughs.}
  7. "Numb" by Linkin Park
  8. "Execution Day" by Meatloaf [Blind Before I Stop]
  9. "Prelude/Angry Young Man" by Billy Joel [Turnstiles] {The narrator flat-out admits that he has become apathetic and jaded over the years, and furthermore, that according to him, anybody who isn’t apathetic is an idiot. Don’t believe me? Well, not only is the whole song spent poking fun at the titular angry young man, there’s one passage that single-handedly landed this song in this list. Let me quote it right here: “I believe I’ve passed the age / Of consciousness and righteous rage / Now it seems just surviving is a noble fight / I once believed in causes too / Had my pointless point of view / Life went on no matter who was wrong or right.” On the surface, this seems like it could be a positive message, but if you ask me, it absolutely is not. That sort of thinking leads to horrific consequences, as “Boy In The Well” will be happy to demonstrate.}
  10. "Waiting on the World to Change" by John Mayer [Grammy Nominees 2007]
  11. "Boy In The Well" by R.E.M. [Around The Sun] (PRE-BOSS) {…Somebody is being left to drown just because nobody can be arsed to save him. WTF? Seriously, this is how the Origami Killer became a thing… Heck, I’d be tempted to think this song was about Kitty Genovese if it wasn’t explicitly named “Boy In The Well”. Anyways, this song exemplifies the greatest danger of sloth - "The only thing necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing." Well, in this case, the only thing necessary to allow needless tragedy to happen is for nobody to do anything before it's too late, but the same general idea applies.}
  12. "Dreams of our Fathers" by the Dave Matthews Band [Everyday] (BOSS) {Breakdown... actually, I'm not sure how to justify this position (the best I’ve got is a desire to outgrow a stale and tired mindset), so I'd like to have a replacement that makes more sense as sloth's downfall.}

Seven Deadly Sins #5: Wrath:

Wrath links: Screenshot, Playlist, Wikipedia

Wrath includes hatred in all its forms, including hatred of the self - up to and including the ultimate expression of self-hatred. Which would be suicide.
  1. "Sunny Came Home" by Shawn Colvin [A Few Small Repairs]
  2. "Hate & War" by The Clash [The Essential Clash Disc 1]
  3. "Saturday Night Special" by Lynyrd Skynyrd [Maximum Cowbell] {Angry person + pistol = carnage.}
  4. "Orange Crush" by R.E.M. [In Time: The Best of R.E.M. 1988-2003 Disc 1] {Yet another song about carnage - in this case, the "Orange Crush" used by the U.S. against the Vietcong in the Vietnam War.}
  5. "The Guns of Brixton" by The Clash [The Essential Clash Disc 2]
  6. "Cadence of Her Last Breath" by Nightwish [Dark Passion Play] {Like I said, suicide is categorized as a sin of wrath, so this is the obligatory suicide song for the list.}
  7. "Murder Incorporated" by Bruce Springsteen [Greatest Hits]
  8. "Rock the Casbah" by The Clash [The Essential Clash Disc 2] {A sultan imam doesn’t like rock and roll. So what does he do when his subjects start rocking out? Why, try to blow them to smithereens, of course!}
  9. "Under The Ice" by Blind Guardian [A Night At The Opera] {No, I'm not plugging the video I made - oh, dagnabit. But in all seriousness, the song is about Klymnestra attacking Agemneon for slighting her in the Trojan War – and Cassandra ends up caught in the crossfire. Ouch.}
  10. "Back For More" by Five-Finger Death Punch [American Capitalist]
  11. "It Snows In Hell" by Lordi (PRE-BOSS)
  12. "Lost in the Flood" by Bruce Springsteen [Greetings from Asbury Park, N.J.] (BOSS) {Karma & Breakdown; "Those who live by the sword, die by the sword." That, and constantly being angry tends to eat away at you.}

Seven Deadly Sins #6: Envy:

Envy links: Screenshot, Playlist, Wikipedia
  1. "Those Were The Days" by Mary Hopkin [20th Century Rocks, Vol. 8: '60s Pop - Those Were the Days] {The song is about nostalgia – which has a tenuous connection to envy in my opinion. Mainly because “the good old days” really weren’t all that great for everyone. Like black people, for example, whose lives pretty much sucked before the civil rights movement. Yet many old white people think things were better when the Jim Crow laws were in effect?!? They want to take away the decent quality of life black people have fought so hard to obtain?!? Sounds like a bad case of envy to me! After all, envy is all about wanting to take good things away from other people.}
  2. "Supremacy" by Muse [The 2nd Law] {It's about trying to knock someone off their high horse. Why? Because of resentment. It makes me think of the "Tall Poppy Syndrome".}
  3. "Before He Cheats" by Carrie Underwood [Grammy Nominees 2008] {There's going to be a recurring theme in this list of dissatisfaction with what one already has. Like, say, a deteriorating relationship.}
  4. "Big Lie Small World" by Sting [Brand New Day] {A comedy of errors caused by a man unable to let go of his ex.}
  5. "Best of You" by the Foo Fighters [Grammy Nominees 2006] {Extreme possessiveness and jealousy here.}
  6. "Keep Your Hands Off My Girl" by Good Charlotte {Guys fighting over a girl... need I say any more?}
  7. "Can't Stand Losing You" by The Police [Every Breath You Take: The Singles] {Yet another song about trying to cling to an unhealthy relationship. Sigh.}
  8. "What Goes Around... Comes Around (Interlude)" by Justin Timberlake [Grammy Nominees 2008] {More cheating... in this case, though, the girl's dissatisfaction with Justin comes back to bite her in the ass when her new boyfriend proves equally dissatisfied with her. Envy just makes everyone miserable, doesn't it?}
  9. "Goldeneye" by Tina Turner [The Best of Bond... James Bond: 40th Anniversary Edition] {The narrator is plotting to seduce and imprison a man she's had a crush on since childhood. Creepy.}
  10. "Don't Drink the Water" by the Dave Matthews Band [Before These Crowded Streets] {The song is about Europeans coming over to America and making life utter hell for the Native Americans in the process of claiming the land they lived on. This song could fit under greed or wrath, but I placed it here because it wasn't so much a "theft" as a failure to reconcile wildly different cultures, and the Europeans treating the Native Americans like obstacles to be eliminated.}
  11. "I Took Your Name" by R.E.M. [Monster] (PRE-BOSS) {At its core, envy is all about ruining other people's lives because you want their stuff.}
  12. "Caught In A Web" by Dream Theater [Awake] (BOSS) {Breakdown; when you devote yourself to ruining others' happiness, it doesn't really make you happy... In fact, it tends to make you miserable.}

Seven Deadly Sins #7: Pride:

Pride links: Screenshot, Playlist, Wikipedia
  1. "Stupid Girls" by P!nk [Grammy Nominees 2007] {Women and vanity never mix well...}
  2. "Children of the Moon" by the Alan Parsons Project [Eye in the Sky] {I'm not sure exactly what happened - the details are rather vague - but these "children of the moon" seem to have seriously screwed themselves over through their own vanity.}
  3. "Bad" by Michael Jackson [Number Ones] {The whole song is an elaborate "I'm better than you" rant... with the exception of the last verse, which starts talking about working to make the world a better place. Nice save, Jackson.}
  4. "We've Got It Going On" by the Backstreet Boys [Backstreet Boys] {Like "Bad", the song is basically one long bragging session. Unlike "Bad", it doesn't really try to elevate itself above one person in particular, instead raving about how awesome the Backstreet Boys are.}
  5. "Hit 'Em High (The Monstars' Anthem)" by B Real, Busta Rhymes, Coolio, LL Cool J, & Method Man [Space Jam] {The song can be paraphrased as "We are going to kick your ass, and there's nothing you can do about it." Filled with lots and lots of bragging (are you sensing a pattern yet?)}
  6. "The Pretender" by the Foo Fighters [Grammy Nominees 2008] {Like "Bad", this is an "I pwn joo" song. Unlike "Bad", it doesn't soften the bragging and bait-and-switch into something less self-centered, instead claiming that the target of the rant is a pathetic impostor.}
  7. "You're Gonna Get Your Fingers Burned" by the Alan Parsons Project [Eye in the Sky] {Bragging with a side-order of Mind Screw.}
  8. "Amaranth" by Nightwish {Somebody seems to be lashing out at everything around him in order to prove his superiority.}
  9. "Faint" by Linkin Park {Somebody has a problem, and is trying to "solve" it by talking himself into thinking he's superior to everyone else. This can't end well.}
  10. "Mama Said Knock You Out" by LL Cool J {Yet another "I'm better than you" rant, with an implication of "I'm going to prove it by beating you up."}
  11. "Let the Hammer Fall" by Hammerfall [Legacy of Kings] (PRE-BOSS) {Yet another "I'm better than you" rant, with an implication of "I'm going to prove it by KILLING YOU." And, just to make it so much more insufferable, it's also stuffed full of self-righteousness, with undertones of "Might makes right" - and that sort of attitude tends to result in making people suffer.}
  12. "Big Shot" by Billy Joel [52nd Street] (BOSS) {Karma; those who are full of pride have a nasty tendency to make themselves look foolish. Or, to put that more simply, "pride comes before the fall."}

Seven Deadly Sins Finale:

Finale links: Screenshot, Playlist

The Sins get the first half of the finale, while the Virtues get the second. I'm only going to bother justifying myself for the intro and outro; the boss rush songs have the same justification as before.
  1. "It's The End of the World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)" by R.E.M. [Eponymous] (Seven Deadly Sins Intro) {When people allow themselves to succumb to the Seven Deadly Sins, it results in the world going to hell in a handbasket.}
  2. "Whoever Brings the Night" by Nightwish, live performance
  3. "The One I Love" by R.E.M. [R.E.M. Live Disc 1]
  4. "Another Way to Die" by Disturbed [Live at Download Festival 2011]
  5. "Too Much" by the Dave Matthews Band [Summer Tour Warm-Up]
  6. "American Capitalist" by Five-Finger Death Punch, live
  7. "Dark Money" by Geoff Tate [Live at the House of Rock]
  8. "Waiting on the World to Change" by John Mayer [Where The Light Is: Live In Los Angeles [Disc 2]]
  9. "Boy in the Well" by R.E.M. [R.E.M. Live Disc 1]
  10. "It Snows In Hell" by Lordi [Live in Munich 2009]
  11. "Lost in the Flood" by Bruce Springsteen [Live in New York City Disc 2]
  12. "I Took Your Name" by R.E.M. [R.E.M. Live Disc 1]
  13. "Caught in a Web" by Dream Eater, live [The YouTube link seems to be unavailable.]
  14. "Let the Hammer Fall" by Hammerfall, live 
  15. "Big Shot" by Billy Joel [KOHUEPT (Live in Leningrad)]
  16. "Lucifer" by the Alan Parsons Project [Ultimate The Alan Parsons Project] (Seven Deadly Sins Outro/BOSS) {It's the friggin' devil, what more do you want? True, I could use "Beelzeboss" by Tenacious D, but that explicitly ends with the Devil being defeated, and I want to use something more open-ended here, since victory against the Seven Deadly Sins isn't really possible without the Seven Heavenly Virtues.}
Please provide as much feedback as you can on my selections; I want to hear plenty of constructive criticism!
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This journal lists the songs associated with the Seven Heavenly Virtues in my EBA 2 project, including the Seven Heavenly Virtues' half of the finale. It also lists the bonus songs that can be unlocked by accumulating high scores and have nothing to do with the overall plot (they're an epilogue if anything). (Note that the finale has only four songs unique to it - two for the Sins and two for the Virtues. The other 28 songs in the finale are remixes of songs from earlier in the game - that's why I call it a boss rush.) Some of these lists are incomplete, while others are... well, I'm not 100% happy with the list and am open to substitution suggestions.

The song list for the Seven Deadly Sins can be found here. 

As with the Sins' list, I will be justifying each of my song choices as well as I can.

Seven Heavenly Virtues #1: Chastity

Chastity links: Screenshot, Playlist, Wikipedia

Because chastity is the good counterpart to lust, I am lumping healthy romantic love in with it. However, this is specifically romantic love; other, broader forms of love are subordinate to charity. Chastity, like the other heavenly virtues, also has several subordinate virtues; in chastity's case, these subordinate virtues are purity, knowledge, honesty, and wisdom.
  1. "Honesty" by Billy Joel [52nd Street] {As previously mentioned, honesty is associated with chastity.}
  2. "Everlasting Love" by Robert Knight [20 Greatest Hits 1967]
  3. "Accidents Will Happen" by Elvis Costello & the Attractions [The Best of Elvis Costello & the Attractions] {The narrator has apparently harmed the subject in the past, and is resisting their advances in order to avoid hurting them again.}
  4. "(If You Love Someone) Set Them Free" by Sting [All This Time] {Clinginess in a relationship is generally a bad thing.}
  5. "Hold The Line" by Toto
  6. "Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)" by Journey {Can be summed up as “I Want My Beloved To Be Happy”.}
  7. "It's Not Over" by Daughtry [Grammy Nominees 2008]
  8. "Wannabe" by the Spice Girls
  9. "Bless the Broken Road" by Rascal Flatts [Grammy Nominees 2006]
  10. "Never Gonna Give You Up" by Rick Astley {No, I could not resist Rickrolling everyone. And the song does fit here.}
  11. "Brand New Day" by Sting [All This Time] (PRE-BOSS)
  12. "Living On A Prayer" by Bon Jovi (BOSS)

Seven Heavenly Virtues #2: Temperance

Temperance links: Screenshot, Playlist, Wikipedia

Temperance's subordinate virtues are justice, honor, abstention, and mensch (whatever that is).
  1. "No Wonder" by Neil Wonder [Prairie Wind]
  2. "I'm Looking Through You" by The Beatles [Rubber Soul]
  3. "Never Is Enough" by the Barenaked Ladies [Stunt]
  4. "Movin' Out (Anthony's Song)" by Billy Joel [The Stranger]
  5. "Blue Collar Man (Long Nights)" by Styx [Pieces of Eight]
  6. "I'm Alive" by Disturbed [Ten Thousand Fists]
  7. "Walkin' On The Sun" by Smash Mouth [Fush Mu Yang]
  8. "In The Air Tonight" by Phil Collins [Face Value]
  9. "Wishing Well" by Free [Maximum Cowbell]
  10. "Earth Song" by Michael Jackson [Number Ones]
  11. "Let It Be" by The Beatles [1967-1970 Disc 2] (PRE-BOSS)
  12. "Just Because" by Raygun (BOSS)

Seven Heavenly Virtues #3: Charity

Charity links: Screenshot, Playlist, Wikipedia

Charity's subordinate virtues are generosity, love (for all beings), self-sacrifice, and will (in the philosophical sense). Charity itself is not limited to benevolent giving, though that is obviously one aspect of it.
  1. "Larger than Life" by the Backstreet Boys [Millennium]
  2. "Heart of Gold" by Neil Young feat Stray Gators [Harvest]
  3. "I Want It All" by Queen [Classic Queen]
  4. "Turn the Page" by Bob Seger
  5. "Wrong 'Em Boyo" by The Clash [London Calling]
  6. "Give It Away" by the Red Hot Chili Peppers [Red Hot Chili Peppers Greatest Hits]
  7. "I Want To Make The World Turn Around" by the Steve Miller Band [Young Hearts: Complete Greatest Hits]
  8. "The Miracle" by Queen [Classic Queen]
  9. "Call And Answer" by the Barenaked Ladies [Stunt]
  10. "I Was Here" by Beyoncé (PRE-BOSS) {Sure, it’s a song about establishing a legacy, but it’s a decidedly humanitarian legacy. Like Mother Teresa.}
  11. "What You Give Away" by Sheryl Crow & Vince Gill [Grammy Nominees 2008] (BOSS)

Seven Heavenly Virtues #4: Diligence

Diligence links: Screenshot, Playlist, Wikipedia

Diligence's subordinate virtues are persistence, (work) ethics, effort, rectitude, and integrity. Considering that diligence is the good counterpart and direct opposite of sloth, I also added vigilance to the list of subordinate virtues, which is reflected in the song list.
  1. "I'm Not Down" by The Clash [London Calling]
  2. "The Winner" by Coolio [Space Jam]
  3. "Flesh And Bone" by The Killers [Battle Born]
  4. "Working Class Hero" by Green Day [Grammy Nominees 2008]
  5. "Ghetto Defendant" by The Clash [The Essential Clash Disc 2] {This song just works wonders as an immediate follow-up to "Working Class Hero".}
  6. "Won't Get Fooled Again" by The Who [Who's Next]
  7. "Burning Heart" by Survivor [Rocky IV]
  8. "Land of Confusion" by Disturbed [Ten Thousand Fists]
  9. "Rush" by Aly & AJ
  10. "Eye of the Tiger" by Survivor [Rocky III]
  11. "Walk Unafraid" by R.E.M. [Up] (PRE-BOSS)
  12. "Carry On Wayward Son" by Kansas (BOSS)

Seven Heavenly Virtues #5: Patience

Patience links: Screenshot, Playlist, Wikipedia

Patience's subordinate virtues are gaman, mercy, ahmisa (basically, treating the act of harming others as equivalent to harming oneself, and therefore abstaining from it), sufferance, and forgiveness. Most of the anti-suicide songs wound up in kindness's song list, but considering that self-hatred and suicide are subordinate vices to wrath (which patience is the good counterpart and direct opposite to), I made sure to slip an anti-suicide song ("Everybody Hurts" by R.E.M.) into this list.
  1. "Trouble" by Dave Matthews [Some Devil]
  2. "Peace Train" by Cat Stevens [Cat Stevens Classics]
  3. "Fragile" by Sting [All This Time]
  4. "Revolution" by R.E.M. [In Time: The Best of R.E.M. 1988-2003 Disc 2]
  5. "21 Guns" by Green Day [Grammy Nominees 2010]
  6. "Fine Line" by Paul McCartney & Wings [Grammy Nominees 2006]
  7. "(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love & Understanding" by Elvis Costello & the Attractions [The Best of Elvis Costello & the Attractions]
  8. "Final Straw" by R.E.M. [Around The Sun]
  9. "Everybody Hurts" by R.E.M. [In Time: The Best of R.E.M. 1988-2003 Disc 1]
  10. "War" by Edwin Starr [The 70's, Volume 2]
  11. "Give Peace A Chance" by John Lennon [Imagine] (PRE-BOSS)
  12. "The Last Stop" by the Dave Matthews Band [Before These Crowded Streets] (BOSS)

Seven Heavenly Virtues #6: Kindness

Kindness links: Screenshot, Playlist, Wikipedia

Kindness's subordinate virtues are satisfaction, loyalty, compassion, integrity, empathy, and friendship for its own sake.
  1. "Old Man" by Neil Young feat Stray Gators [Harvest]
  2. "How to Save a Life" by The Fray [How to Save a Life]
  3. "Saint Dominic's Preview" by Van Morrison [Saint Dominic's Preview]
  4. "Turn It Off" by Boston [Corporate America]
  5. "Invisible Sun" by The Police [Ghost In The Machine]
  6. "Imagine" by John Lennon [Imagine]
  7. "One World (Not Three)" by The Police [Ghost In The Machine]
  8. "Never Too Late" by Three Days Grace
  9. "One Vision" by Queen [Classic Queen]
  10. "King of Pain" by The Police [Synchronicity] (PRE-BOSS)
  11. "If Everyone Cared" by Nickelback [Grammy Nominees 2008] (BOSS)

Seven Heavenly Virtues #7: Humility

Humility links: Screenshot, Playlist, Wikipedia

Humility's subordinate virtues are bravery, modesty, reverence, and altruism. Humility is not to be confused with poor self-esteem; it's not thinking less of yourself, it's thinking of yourself less.
  1. "If I Ever Lose My Faith In You" by Sting [All This Time]
  2. "Sing For The Moment" by Eminem [Curtain Call: The Hits (Disc 1)]
  3. "All at Once" by The Fray [How to Save a Life]
  4. "Told You So" by the Barenaked Ladies [Stunt]
  5. "Breaking The Habit" by Linkin Park
  6. "Dead Wrong" by The Fray [How to Save a Life]
  7. "Secret Journey" by The Police [Ghost In The Machine]
  8. "Save Me" by Dave Matthews [Some Devil]
  9. "Man in the Mirror" by Michael Jackson [Number Ones]
  10. "Rhymes and Reasons" by the Irish Rovers [36 All-Time Greatest Hits Disc 2]
  11. "Don't Forget Where You Belong" by One Direction [Midnight Memories] (PRE-BOSS)
  12. "Instant Karma (We All Shine On)" by John Lennon [Lennon Legend] (BOSS)

Seven Heavenly Virtues Finale

Finale links: Screenshot, Playlist

The Virtues get the second half of the finale, while the Sins get the first.
  1. "Someday (August 29, 1968)" by Chicago [Chicago Transit Authority] (Seven Heavenly Virtues Intro) {I see this song’s message as “Bullying is bad and bullies should feel bad”, but it’s written about a protest rally. In any case, it can be used as a rallying cry against any sort of injustice. Bonus points for being performed by the same band that did "You're The Inspiration"; that song was one of the more climactic points of the first Elite Beat Agents game, so another Chicago song was basically mandatory for this one.}
  2. "Brand New Day" by Sting [Brand New Day]
  3. "Living On A Prayer" by Bon Jovi [Live in London]
  4. "Earth Song" by Michael Jackson [Michael Jackson's This Is It Disc 1]
  5. "Just Because" by Raygun, live
  6. "Call and Answer" by the Barenaked Ladies, live at NYE
  7. "What You Give Away" by Sheryl Crow & Vince Gill, live
  8. "Walk Unafraid" by R.E.M. [R.E.M. Live Disc 1]
  9. "Carry On Wayward Son" by Yngwie Malmsteen
  10. "War" by Bruce Springsteen [Live 1975-85 Disc 3]
  11. "The Last Stop" by the Dave Matthews Band [Live in Charlottesville]
  12. "King of Pain" by Sting & The Police, live
  13. "If Everyone Cared" by Nickelback, live in Toronto
  14. "Don't Forget Where You Belong" by One Direction [Live at Wembley Stadium, 2014]
  15. "Instant Karma" by U2 [Grammy Nominees 2008]
  16. "Higher Power" by Boston [Greatest Hits] (Seven Heavenly Virtues Outro/FINAL BOSS) {This song is utterly non-negotiable; the whole project leads up to it. It’s here to represent the ultimate victory of virtue, holiness, and light over wickedness, unholiness, and darkness - and the only thing that makes such a victory possible. I even have a very specific beatmap idea in mind for it (which will get across the theme of the project with the subtlety of a sledgehammer), so I will be designing it myself. It is truly a worthy successor to "Jumpin' Jack Flash" for the final challenge of the game. Just give it a listen.}

Bonus Songs

Bonus Songs links: Screenshot #1, Screenshot #2, Playlist
  1. "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" by The Beatles [1967-1970 Disc 1] {The first bonus song, this was picked as a sort of tribute to the EBA itself.}
  2. "Boogie Wonderland" by Earth, Wind & Fire [Earth, Wind & Fire Greatest Hits] {It's about dancing - of course it would fit perfectly in a rhythm game!}
  3. "Cat's In The Cradle" by Harry Chapin
  4. "Oops! ...I Did It Again" by Britney Spears [Oops! ...I Did It Again]
  5. "All Mixed Up" by The Cars [The Cars]
  6. "Black or White" by Michael Jackson [Number Ones]
  7. "Little House" by The Fray [How to Save a Life]
  8. "Jet Airliner" by the Steve Millers Band [Young Hearts: Complete Greatest Hits]
  9. "Radar Love" by Golden Earring [Maximum Cowbell]
  10. "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road" by Elton John [Goodbye Yellow Brick Road Disc 1]
  11. "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da" by The Beatles [1967-1970 Disc 2]
  12. "promise" by Kohmi Hirose [Alpen Best] {Because there needed to be at least one J-pop song.}
  13. "Pump It Up" by Elvis Costello & the Attractions [Best of Elvis Costello & the Attractions]
  14. "Walk" by the Foo Fighters [Grammy Nominees 2012]
  15. "Solsbury Hill" by Peter Gabriel
  16. "Rolling in the Deep" by Adele [Grammy Nominees 2012]
  17. "I Am The Walrus" by The Beatles [1967-1970 Disc 1]
  18. "Let It Ride" by Bachman-Turner Overdrive [Maximum Cowbell] {I’ve been kicking around the idea of using this song with a storyboard parodying Sonic’s storyline in Sonic 2006 for quite some time. Largely because of the whole “disaster ensues if Elise cries” thing.}
  19. "Somebody That I Used To Know" by Gotye feat Kimbra [Grammy Nominees 2012]
  20. "Dark Horse" by Katy Perry feat Juicy J
  21. "Wishmaster" by Nightwish
  22. "Five Nights At Freddy's" by The Living Tombstone {This song may be short, but it has a super-catchy beat.}
  23. "Pollyanna" by Catherine Warwick [MOTHER Series]
  24. "Erotomania" by Dream Theater [Awake] {A bombastic and challenging hard-rock track.}
  25. "Without A Fight" by Hoobastank [Every Man For Himself (Red Cover)] {This song is here as a reference to the original game.}
  26. "Jumpin' Jack Flash" by The Rolling Stones {Yes, I deliberately stuck the penultimate and final levels of EBA 1 in this game as bonus levels.}
  27. "We Are The Champions" by Queen
  28. "Juke Box Hero" by Foreigner [Records] {The final bonus song, I picked this song to basically tell the player that they're awesome for making it this far. You could even call it the True Final Boss, considering that this song is unlocked by accomplishing everything else - namely, doing good enough to unlock all the other bonus songs, then clearing all the other bonus songs. I prefer to consider "Higher Power" the finale, though.}
I still need to get 1 song for charity and 1 song for kindness. Suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Also, please provide as much feedback as you can on my selections; I want to hear plenty of constructive criticism!
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This journal lists the songs associated with the Seven Heavenly Virtues in my EBA 2 project, including the Seven Heavenly Virtues' half of the finale. It also lists the bonus songs that can be unlocked by accumulating high scores and have nothing to do with the overall plot (they're an epilogue if anything). (Note that the finale has only four songs unique to it - two for the Sins and two for the Virtues. The other 28 songs in the finale are remixes of songs from earlier in the game - that's why I call it a boss rush.) Some of these lists are incomplete, while others are... well, I'm not 100% happy with the list and am open to substitution suggestions.

The song list for the Seven Deadly Sins can be found here. 

As with the Sins' list, I will be justifying each of my song choices as well as I can.

Seven Heavenly Virtues #1: Chastity

Chastity links: Screenshot, Playlist, Wikipedia

Because chastity is the good counterpart to lust, I am lumping healthy romantic love in with it. However, this is specifically romantic love; other, broader forms of love are subordinate to charity. Chastity, like the other heavenly virtues, also has several subordinate virtues; in chastity's case, these subordinate virtues are purity, knowledge, honesty, and wisdom.
  1. "Honesty" by Billy Joel [52nd Street] {As previously mentioned, honesty is associated with chastity.}
  2. "Everlasting Love" by Robert Knight [20 Greatest Hits 1967]
  3. "Accidents Will Happen" by Elvis Costello & the Attractions [The Best of Elvis Costello & the Attractions] {The narrator has apparently harmed the subject in the past, and is resisting their advances in order to avoid hurting them again.}
  4. "(If You Love Someone) Set Them Free" by Sting [All This Time] {Clinginess in a relationship is generally a bad thing.}
  5. "Hold The Line" by Toto
  6. "Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)" by Journey {Can be summed up as “I Want My Beloved To Be Happy”.}
  7. "It's Not Over" by Daughtry [Grammy Nominees 2008]
  8. "Wannabe" by the Spice Girls
  9. "Bless the Broken Road" by Rascal Flatts [Grammy Nominees 2006]
  10. "Never Gonna Give You Up" by Rick Astley {No, I could not resist Rickrolling everyone. And the song does fit here.}
  11. "Brand New Day" by Sting [All This Time] (PRE-BOSS)
  12. "Living On A Prayer" by Bon Jovi (BOSS)

Seven Heavenly Virtues #2: Temperance

Temperance links: Screenshot, Playlist, Wikipedia

Temperance's subordinate virtues are justice, honor, abstention, and mensch (whatever that is).
  1. "No Wonder" by Neil Wonder [Prairie Wind]
  2. "I'm Looking Through You" by The Beatles [Rubber Soul]
  3. "Never Is Enough" by the Barenaked Ladies [Stunt]
  4. "Movin' Out (Anthony's Song)" by Billy Joel [The Stranger]
  5. "Blue Collar Man (Long Nights)" by Styx [Pieces of Eight]
  6. "I'm Alive" by Disturbed [Ten Thousand Fists]
  7. "Walkin' On The Sun" by Smash Mouth [Fush Mu Yang]
  8. "In The Air Tonight" by Phil Collins [Face Value]
  9. "Wishing Well" by Free [Maximum Cowbell]
  10. "Earth Song" by Michael Jackson [Number Ones]
  11. "Let It Be" by The Beatles [1967-1970 Disc 2] (PRE-BOSS)
  12. "Just Because" by Raygun (BOSS)

Seven Heavenly Virtues #3: Charity

Charity links: Screenshot, Playlist, Wikipedia

Charity's subordinate virtues are generosity, love (for all beings), self-sacrifice, and will (in the philosophical sense). Charity itself is not limited to benevolent giving, though that is obviously one aspect of it.
  1. "Larger than Life" by the Backstreet Boys [Millennium]
  2. "Heart of Gold" by Neil Young feat Stray Gators [Harvest]
  3. "I Want It All" by Queen [Classic Queen]
  4. "Turn the Page" by Bob Seger
  5. "Wrong 'Em Boyo" by The Clash [London Calling]
  6. "Give It Away" by the Red Hot Chili Peppers [Red Hot Chili Peppers Greatest Hits]
  7. "I Want To Make The World Turn Around" by the Steve Miller Band [Young Hearts: Complete Greatest Hits]
  8. "The Miracle" by Queen [Classic Queen]
  9. "Call And Answer" by the Barenaked Ladies [Stunt]
  10. "I Was Here" by Beyoncé (PRE-BOSS) {Sure, it’s a song about establishing a legacy, but it’s a decidedly humanitarian legacy. Like Mother Teresa.}
  11. "What You Give Away" by Sheryl Crow & Vince Gill [Grammy Nominees 2008] (BOSS)

Seven Heavenly Virtues #4: Diligence

Diligence links: Screenshot, Playlist, Wikipedia

Diligence's subordinate virtues are persistence, (work) ethics, effort, rectitude, and integrity. Considering that diligence is the good counterpart and direct opposite of sloth, I also added vigilance to the list of subordinate virtues, which is reflected in the song list.
  1. "I'm Not Down" by The Clash [London Calling]
  2. "The Winner" by Coolio [Space Jam]
  3. "Flesh And Bone" by The Killers [Battle Born]
  4. "Working Class Hero" by Green Day [Grammy Nominees 2008]
  5. "Ghetto Defendant" by The Clash [The Essential Clash Disc 2] {This song just works wonders as an immediate follow-up to "Working Class Hero".}
  6. "Won't Get Fooled Again" by The Who [Who's Next]
  7. "Burning Heart" by Survivor [Rocky IV]
  8. "Land of Confusion" by Disturbed [Ten Thousand Fists]
  9. "Rush" by Aly & AJ
  10. "Eye of the Tiger" by Survivor [Rocky III]
  11. "Walk Unafraid" by R.E.M. [Up] (PRE-BOSS)
  12. "Carry On Wayward Son" by Kansas (BOSS)

Seven Heavenly Virtues #5: Patience

Patience links: Screenshot, Playlist, Wikipedia

Patience's subordinate virtues are gaman, mercy, ahmisa (basically, treating the act of harming others as equivalent to harming oneself, and therefore abstaining from it), sufferance, and forgiveness. Most of the anti-suicide songs wound up in kindness's song list, but considering that self-hatred and suicide are subordinate vices to wrath (which patience is the good counterpart and direct opposite to), I made sure to slip an anti-suicide song ("Everybody Hurts" by R.E.M.) into this list.
  1. "Trouble" by Dave Matthews [Some Devil]
  2. "Peace Train" by Cat Stevens [Cat Stevens Classics]
  3. "Fragile" by Sting [All This Time]
  4. "Revolution" by R.E.M. [In Time: The Best of R.E.M. 1988-2003 Disc 2]
  5. "21 Guns" by Green Day [Grammy Nominees 2010]
  6. "Fine Line" by Paul McCartney & Wings [Grammy Nominees 2006]
  7. "(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love & Understanding" by Elvis Costello & the Attractions [The Best of Elvis Costello & the Attractions]
  8. "Final Straw" by R.E.M. [Around The Sun]
  9. "Everybody Hurts" by R.E.M. [In Time: The Best of R.E.M. 1988-2003 Disc 1]
  10. "War" by Edwin Starr [The 70's, Volume 2]
  11. "Give Peace A Chance" by John Lennon [Imagine] (PRE-BOSS)
  12. "The Last Stop" by the Dave Matthews Band [Before These Crowded Streets] (BOSS)

Seven Heavenly Virtues #6: Kindness

Kindness links: Screenshot, Playlist, Wikipedia

Kindness's subordinate virtues are satisfaction, loyalty, compassion, integrity, empathy, and friendship for its own sake.
  1. "Old Man" by Neil Young feat Stray Gators [Harvest]
  2. "How to Save a Life" by The Fray [How to Save a Life]
  3. "Saint Dominic's Preview" by Van Morrison [Saint Dominic's Preview]
  4. "Turn It Off" by Boston [Corporate America]
  5. "Invisible Sun" by The Police [Ghost In The Machine]
  6. "Imagine" by John Lennon [Imagine]
  7. "One World (Not Three)" by The Police [Ghost In The Machine]
  8. "Never Too Late" by Three Days Grace
  9. "One Vision" by Queen [Classic Queen]
  10. "King of Pain" by The Police [Synchronicity] (PRE-BOSS)
  11. "If Everyone Cared" by Nickelback [Grammy Nominees 2008] (BOSS)

Seven Heavenly Virtues #7: Humility

Humility links: Screenshot, Playlist, Wikipedia

Humility's subordinate virtues are bravery, modesty, reverence, and altruism. Humility is not to be confused with poor self-esteem; it's not thinking less of yourself, it's thinking of yourself less.
  1. "If I Ever Lose My Faith In You" by Sting [All This Time]
  2. "Sing For The Moment" by Eminem [Curtain Call: The Hits (Disc 1)]
  3. "All at Once" by The Fray [How to Save a Life]
  4. "Told You So" by the Barenaked Ladies [Stunt]
  5. "Breaking The Habit" by Linkin Park
  6. "Dead Wrong" by The Fray [How to Save a Life]
  7. "Secret Journey" by The Police [Ghost In The Machine]
  8. "Save Me" by Dave Matthews [Some Devil]
  9. "Man in the Mirror" by Michael Jackson [Number Ones]
  10. "Rhymes and Reasons" by the Irish Rovers [36 All-Time Greatest Hits Disc 2]
  11. "Don't Forget Where You Belong" by One Direction [Midnight Memories] (PRE-BOSS)
  12. "Instant Karma (We All Shine On)" by John Lennon [Lennon Legend] (BOSS)

Seven Heavenly Virtues Finale

Finale links: Screenshot, Playlist

The Virtues get the second half of the finale, while the Sins get the first.
  1. "Someday (August 29, 1968)" by Chicago [Chicago Transit Authority] (Seven Heavenly Virtues Intro) {I see this song’s message as “Bullying is bad and bullies should feel bad”, but it’s written about a protest rally. In any case, it can be used as a rallying cry against any sort of injustice. Bonus points for being performed by the same band that did "You're The Inspiration"; that song was one of the more climactic points of the first Elite Beat Agents game, so another Chicago song was basically mandatory for this one.}
  2. "Brand New Day" by Sting [Brand New Day]
  3. "Living On A Prayer" by Bon Jovi [Live in London]
  4. "Earth Song" by Michael Jackson [Michael Jackson's This Is It Disc 1]
  5. "Just Because" by Raygun, live
  6. "Call and Answer" by the Barenaked Ladies, live at NYE
  7. "What You Give Away" by Sheryl Crow & Vince Gill, live
  8. "Walk Unafraid" by R.E.M. [R.E.M. Live Disc 1]
  9. "Carry On Wayward Son" by Yngwie Malmsteen
  10. "War" by Bruce Springsteen [Live 1975-85 Disc 3]
  11. "The Last Stop" by the Dave Matthews Band [Live in Charlottesville]
  12. "King of Pain" by Sting & The Police, live
  13. "If Everyone Cared" by Nickelback, live in Toronto
  14. "Don't Forget Where You Belong" by One Direction [Live at Wembley Stadium, 2014]
  15. "Instant Karma" by U2 [Grammy Nominees 2008]
  16. "Higher Power" by Boston [Greatest Hits] (Seven Heavenly Virtues Outro/FINAL BOSS) {This song is utterly non-negotiable; the whole project leads up to it. It’s here to represent the ultimate victory of virtue, holiness, and light over wickedness, unholiness, and darkness - and the only thing that makes such a victory possible. I even have a very specific beatmap idea in mind for it (which will get across the theme of the project with the subtlety of a sledgehammer), so I will be designing it myself. It is truly a worthy successor to "Jumpin' Jack Flash" for the final challenge of the game. Just give it a listen.}

Bonus Songs

Bonus Songs links: Screenshot #1, Screenshot #2, Playlist
  1. "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" by The Beatles [1967-1970 Disc 1] {The first bonus song, this was picked as a sort of tribute to the EBA itself.}
  2. "Boogie Wonderland" by Earth, Wind & Fire [Earth, Wind & Fire Greatest Hits] {It's about dancing - of course it would fit perfectly in a rhythm game!}
  3. "Cat's In The Cradle" by Harry Chapin
  4. "Oops! ...I Did It Again" by Britney Spears [Oops! ...I Did It Again]
  5. "All Mixed Up" by The Cars [The Cars]
  6. "Black or White" by Michael Jackson [Number Ones]
  7. "Little House" by The Fray [How to Save a Life]
  8. "Jet Airliner" by the Steve Millers Band [Young Hearts: Complete Greatest Hits]
  9. "Radar Love" by Golden Earring [Maximum Cowbell]
  10. "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road" by Elton John [Goodbye Yellow Brick Road Disc 1]
  11. "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da" by The Beatles [1967-1970 Disc 2]
  12. "promise" by Kohmi Hirose [Alpen Best] {Because there needed to be at least one J-pop song.}
  13. "Pump It Up" by Elvis Costello & the Attractions [Best of Elvis Costello & the Attractions]
  14. "Walk" by the Foo Fighters [Grammy Nominees 2012]
  15. "Solsbury Hill" by Peter Gabriel
  16. "Rolling in the Deep" by Adele [Grammy Nominees 2012]
  17. "I Am The Walrus" by The Beatles [1967-1970 Disc 1]
  18. "Let It Ride" by Bachman-Turner Overdrive [Maximum Cowbell] {I’ve been kicking around the idea of using this song with a storyboard parodying Sonic’s storyline in Sonic 2006 for quite some time. Largely because of the whole “disaster ensues if Elise cries” thing.}
  19. "Somebody That I Used To Know" by Gotye feat Kimbra [Grammy Nominees 2012]
  20. "Dark Horse" by Katy Perry feat Juicy J
  21. "Wishmaster" by Nightwish
  22. "Five Nights At Freddy's" by The Living Tombstone {This song may be short, but it has a super-catchy beat.}
  23. "Pollyanna" by Catherine Warwick [MOTHER Series]
  24. "Erotomania" by Dream Theater [Awake] {A bombastic and challenging hard-rock track.}
  25. "Without A Fight" by Hoobastank [Every Man For Himself (Red Cover)] {This song is here as a reference to the original game.}
  26. "Jumpin' Jack Flash" by The Rolling Stones {Yes, I deliberately stuck the penultimate and final levels of EBA 1 in this game as bonus levels.}
  27. "We Are The Champions" by Queen
  28. "Juke Box Hero" by Foreigner [Records] {The final bonus song, I picked this song to basically tell the player that they're awesome for making it this far. You could even call it the True Final Boss, considering that this song is unlocked by accomplishing everything else - namely, doing good enough to unlock all the other bonus songs, then clearing all the other bonus songs. I prefer to consider "Higher Power" the finale, though.}
I still need to get 1 song for charity and 1 song for kindness. Suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Also, please provide as much feedback as you can on my selections; I want to hear plenty of constructive criticism!
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