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Tuesday, August 12, 2008

2008 San Francisco Giants Walk Out Song Playlist

Here is a partial list of walk out songs for the 2008 San Francisco Giants.

The Giants are another team who have a dedicated page on their Web site that includes "Player Intro Songs" in addition to some of the video player "Giographies" and "Scoreboard Feature Clips" that might show on the Jumbotron during games.

One note: two of the songs below (for Tim "The Freak" Lincecum and Aaron Rowand) don't exist as worded on the site. I've tried to divine what song they were trying to specify, but sadly, I'm no Linkin Park scholar, so I can't be 100% sure on that one.

Here is the current list, exactly as provided by the Giants' Customer Service division:

Rich Aurilia - "No Sleep Til Brooklyn" by The Beastie Boys
John Bowker - "Outta Control" Remix by Mobb Deep
Matt Cain - "Click Click Boom" by Saliva
Fred Lewis - "My Hood" by Young Jeezy
Tim Lincecum - "Paranoid" Remix by Linkin Park
Bengie Molina - "Can't Be touched" by Roy Jones, Jr
Aaron Rowand - "Living Dead", "Never Gonna Give Up" by Rob Zombie
Jack Taschner - "Stranglehold" by Ted Nugent
Omar Vizquel - "Of Wolf and Man" by Metallica
Tyler Walker - "Wherever I may Roam" by Metallica
Brian Wilson - "Rise Up" by Disciple
Randy Winn - "Flashing Lights" by Kanye West
Barry Zito - "15 Steps" by Radiohead

The playlists contain all the songs currently available in Rhapsody, listed separately below the playlist links.

2008 San Francisco Giants Walk Out Song Playlist [Rhapsody Online Version]

2008 San Francisco Giants Walk Out Song Playlist [Rhapsody Player Software Version]

No Sleep Till Brooklyn - Beastie Boys
Outta Control (Remix) - Mobb Deep
Click Click Boom - Saliva
My Hood - Young Jeezy
Big Pimpin'/Papercut - Jay-Z/Linkin Park
Living Dead Girl - Rob Zombie
Never Gonna Stop - Rob Zombie
Stranglehold - Ted Nugent
Flashing Lights - Kanye West
15 Step - Radiohead

Historical footnote: the old Candlestick Park was the second major league park I ever saw a game at, and the first to play Frank Zappa between innings ("Dancing Fool", of course).


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