Music for "Monday Night Football"

November, 8, 2013
11/08/13
5:23
PM ET
Here's a list of songs from performers featured on ESPN's "Monday Night Football," along with links to the artists' websites and links for you to download and buy the songs and/or albums:

Linkin Park x Steve Aoki: "A Light That Never Comes" from the “RECHARGED” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Aloe Blacc: "Can You Do This" from the “Wake Me Up -- EP” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Black Joe Lewis: "Come To My Party" from the “Electric Slave” album.
(iTunes | Amazon)

Cherri Bomb: "Shake The Ground" from the “This Is The End of Control” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Fall Out Boy: "The Phoenix" from the “Save Rock and Roll” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Gavin Degraw: "Leading Man" from the “Make A Move” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Icona Pop: "In The Stars" from the “This Is ... Icona Pop” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Morgan Taylor Reid:" "City In Motion" from the “A Minor Heartbeat” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Motion City Soundtrack: "Inside Out" single. (iTunes | Amazon)

Redlight King: "Born To Rise" from the “Irons in the Fire” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Shaman’s Harvest: "Here It Comes" single. (iTunes)

The Winery Dogs: "Elevate" from the “The Winery Dogs” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Zedd: "Push Play" from the “Clarity (Deluxe Edition)” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Papa Roach: "You Gotta Want It" from the “The Connection” album.
(iTunes | Amazon)

Anberlin: "City Electric" from the “Devotion” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Filter: "It’s Got To Be Right Now" from the “The Sun Comes Out Tonight” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Serena Ryder: "Stompa" from the “Harmony” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Pearl Jam: "Lightning Bolt" from the “Lightning Bolt” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Trans-Siberian Orchestra: "Wizards In Winter" from the “The Lost Christmas Eve” album. (iTunes | Amazon)

Hinder: "We Wish You A Merry Christmas" single. (iTunes | Amazon)

Max and Simon: "Come Alive Tonight" not available for sale.

"Monday Night Football" promo
Rudimental: "Not Giving In" from the “Home” album. (iTunes | Amazon)



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