Great College Football Entrance Songs

Edit: Many of our users know by now, but MyMusicCloud has officially become eMusic as of 09/25/17. 

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Watch the Virginia Tech Hokies bounce around to “Enter Sandman”

Virginia Tech has Metallica’s “Enter Sandman.” The Iowa Hawkeyes “swarm” out of the tunnel to “Back in Black.” And those crazy East Carolina University Pirates jog through purple smoke to Jimi Hendrix’s “Purple Haze.”

So what’s your favorite college football entrance song? We’re talking about the pre-game music played as the players run out onto the field before kickoff. Some schools use videos, some (like Notre Dame) use their classic fight songs, and others grab onto the latest trend.

When it comes to getting fans pumped up about their home teams, teams will adopt nearly any pop song as their anthem, from AC/DC to U2. So before this weekend’s big rivalry game, why not make a music playlist of the songs that stir your alma mater spirit? Crank it in the car, take it to your tailgate party, and listen on any music device, regardless of brand. It’s easy with store-and-play service MyMusicCloud.

To start you off, here’s a list of 10 Great College Football Entrance Songs. Enjoy some classics and discover some new ones. And don’t forget to “Jump Around.” (Select videos below).

10. Texas Tech Red Raiders — “A Warrior’s Call” by Volbeat
9. Auburn Tigers – “Ladies and Gentleman” by Saliva
8. University of Miami Hurricanes – “In the Air Tonight” by Phil Collins
7. Texas A&M University Aggies – “Power” by Kanye West
6. Ohio State University Buckeyes – “Testify” by Rage Against the Machine (Honorable Mention: The McCoys’ 3rd Quarter “Hang On, Sloopy”)
5. East Carolina University Pirates – “Purple Haze” by Jimi Hendrix
4. University of Wisconsin Badgers — “Where the Streets Have No Name” by U2 (Honorable Mention: 3rd Quarter’s “Jump Around” by House of Pain)
3. University of Nebraska Huskers – “Sirius” by the Alan Parsons Project
2. University of Iowa Hawkeyes – “Back in Black” by AC/DC
1. Virginia Tech Hokies – “Enter Sandman” by Metallica

Eat Their Smoke! Watch the ECU Pirates’ Entrance

The Aggies Get Pumped to “Power”

Don’t Wait for Apple Watch. Get the Free U2 Album on Your Wrist Now!

How cool was Apple’s Tuesday product event? The tech giant blew the roof off by announcing newer and bigger iPhones, introducing the Apple watch, and then bringing out Bono and the boys to give away U2’s latest album, “Songs of Innocence,” free to iPhone and iTunes users.

It’s all good news for “iFans.” Except for. Well, it’s just that … Now, you have to camp outside an Apple store, or fight the trolls online, to pre-order your iPhone 6 (starting today), and just pray to the ghost of Steve Jobs that they don’t sell out before they ship on Sept. 19. And those cool Apple watches? They’re not out till 2015.

Or — just a thought — you could check out the Samsung Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo smart watches, which are already in stores and do more things than the Apple watch. Both have sleek square faces, but instead of a clunky knob on the side like Apple’s, the Gear 2 has a button on the watch face, plus a 2-megapixel camera. (Apple’s watch doesn’t offer a camera.)

Besides enabling you to place calls and text, the Samsung Gear watches free you to listen to your entire digital music collection anywhere with the MyMusicCloud app. Our free music storage app works on- and off-line, and syncs your music across any smart device – tablet, phone, laptop, Smart TV – regardless of brand (Apple, Android, Blackberry, Windows, etc.).

With a Bluetooth headset, you can kick it to Kenny Chesney, or whomever you love, via your Samsung Gear 2 and cell phone. And that free U2 album? You can only hear it in iTunes, right? Nope.

Once you’ve downloaded “Songs of Innocence” to iTunes, you can easily add it to your MyMusicCloud library and listen on any smart device. Just launch the MyMusicCloud app and hit the “Import Music” button (it looks like an arrow pointing up). Once you’ve installed our Sync Agent software, it automatically imports it for you.

Or you can manually select the album from your iTunes music folder on your hard drive and import it. That way, your music is always together in one place, not scattered around different devices. See how easy it is to listen to your music on all your gadgets in our demo video below.

Or you could just stick with only Apple devices, and wait, because waiting is cool too, right?