"City of Angels" is a song by American rock band Thirty Seconds to Mars, featured on their fourth studio album Love, Lust, Faith and Dreams(2013). Written by lead vocalist Jared Leto, who co-produced the song with Steve Lillywhite, "City of Angels" was inspired by Leto's experience of living in Los Angeles with his family and was influenced by the city's culture. Imbued with elements of synth rock as well as music from the 1980s, the track was cited as an example of the album's variety and experimentation. It was one of the first songs to be written for Love, Lust, Faith and Dreams, but required a long period of time to record.
"Thunder" is a song by American rock band Imagine Dragons. The song was released on April 27, 2017 through Interscope Records, as the second single from their third studio album, Evolve. "Thunder" has peaked at number four on the Billboard Hot 100, becoming their fourth top ten hit. It became the ninth best-selling song of 2017 in the United States. The official remix features American singer K.Flay.
"Valentine's Day" is the ninth track on Linkin Park's album Minutes to Midnight. It is one of the softest songs on the album, featuring Chester Bennington singing softly. The song is about the singer losing his father on the 14th of February.
"The Middle" is a song by American rock band Jimmy Eat World. It was released in November 2001 as the second single of their fourth album Bleed American. It was a top five Billboard Hot 100 hit in 2002. The song was a breakthrough hit for Jimmy Eat World (who had self-financed the recording of the Bleed American album after having been dropped by Capitol Records in 1999).
"Rebirthing" is a song by the Christian rock band Skillet, and it is the first single off their seventh album Comatose. The song has achieved a large amount of popularity in both the mainstream and Christian radio. The song was No. 1 on ChristianRock.Net's Weekly Top 30 for sixteen straight weeks, No. 3 on their Annual Top 100, and was the most requested song of the year in 2006. The song also charted at No. 9 on the Billboard Hot Christian Songs chart.