May 18, 2004

Music played at Calgary Flames games

The Flames have posted a great article on their site about gameday music:

"Many people wonder about the songs played during the warm-up, opening sequence and more. The hardworking staff in the Entertainment department have plans for good saves, goals and fights. And then Calgary Flames favourite songs are played during breaks. Oh, that explains all the AC/DC and Metallica."

Read more...

(It's a very agressive, heavy playlist.)

Also on the Calgary Flames site: Various clips from the Jumbotron on "Flames TV". (Choose "Jumbotron Clips".)

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Anonymous said...

I was wondering if you could update the song list for the Flames games for the 05 season? They play GREAT songs but I couldn't remember them all after the game. THanks!

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Anonymous said...

THe song that has started many of the games for the 2007/08 season is also missing form your list of songs. The Song is Rooftops by Lost Prophets.

I hope that this helps all the true fans that have the song list saved on their IPOD

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