1. Sucker For Pain (Suicide Squad Soundtrack) [Dariioo Trap Remix] - Imagine Dragons

  • Published: 2016-07-03T15:11:54Z
  • By DARIIOO
Sucker For Pain (Suicide Squad Soundtrack) [Dariioo Trap Remix] - Imagine Dragons

CHECK OUIT ON YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AdfleDJTGvY&feature=youtu.be Soundcloud: www.soundcloud.com/dariioomusic Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Dariioo-327443294098006/ Instagram: __dariioo I torture you Take my hand through the flames I torture you I'm a slave to your games I'm just a sucker for pain I wanna chain you up I wanna tie you down I'm just a sucker for pain

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3. Sucker For Pain - Suicide Squad - REMIX - Imagine Dragon, Lil Wayne, Klide Pharrow, DJ Sketch, Flint

Sucker For Pain - Suicide Squad - REMIX - Imagine Dragon, Lil Wayne, Klide Pharrow, DJ Sketch, Flint

A Remix me and Sound Lab 21 did to "Sucker For Pain" originally recorded by lil wayne, Imagine Dragon, Ty $, Logic, And Wiz Khalifa its on the Suicide Squad sound track coming soon Original song/ Video - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-59jGD4WrmE

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11. Sucker For Pain Ringtone • Suicide Squad Soundtrack Marimba Remix Ringtone • Lil Wayne Tribute

Sucker For Pain Ringtone • Suicide Squad Soundtrack Marimba Remix Ringtone • Lil Wayne Tribute

Sucker For Pain Marimba Remix Ringtone by SNP Deluxe GET IT FOR YOUR IPHONE OR ANDROID (No PC, No Jailbreak): iPhone iTunes Download: www.smarturl.it/SuckerForPainTone Android Download: http://tuunes.co/ringtone/sucker-for-pain-from-suicide-squad-marimba-remix More Tones on www.Tuunes.co

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12. Sucker For Pain - Suicide Squad Live Band Cover Carl Catron Imagine Dragons Lil Wayne Co

Sucker For Pain - Suicide Squad Live Band Cover Carl Catron Imagine Dragons Lil Wayne Co

This a great project I've been part of, having the possibility to play with incredible musicians! Here the live remix of the tune "Sucker for Pain" from the movie Suicide Squad! Enjoy!

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15. Sucker For Pain

  • Published: 2016-12-30T14:40:42Z
  • By Iven
Sucker For Pain

"Sucker for Pain" is a song by the American rappers Lil Wayne and Wiz Khalifa and the band Imagine Dragons, with Logic, Ty Dolla Sign, and X Ambassadors. The song was released as a single for the motion picture soundtrack for Suicide Squad (2016) on June 24, 2016 by Atlantic Records and Warner Bros. Records.

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16. Sex Pain & Blood

Sex Pain & Blood

1. Rihanna - Rude Boy 2. Steve Aoki, Diplo & Deorro ft. Steve Bays - Freak 3. Rihanna & Britney Spears - S&M (Remix) 4. Juelz - Athens 5. Kehlani - Gangsta (Suicide Squad Soundtrack) 6. Yellow Claw & DJ Mustard ft. Ty Dolla $ign and Tyga - In My Room 7. Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa, Imagine Dragons w/ Logic, Ty Dollar $ign, X Ambassadors - Sucker For Pain (Suicide Squad Soundtrack) 8. Jayceeoh & JayKode - Testament 9. Clips X Ahoy ft. Tear$ - Enemies 10. Bailo ft. Tima Dee - Down Here 11. Kronic ft. Nikki Jean & Israel Bell - Blood in the Water 12. twenty one pilots - Heathens (Suicide Squad Soundtrack) This is an original mix I performed and recorded on the Pioneer XDJ-RX with Rekordbox. If you catch onto the underlying storyline of the mix, please comment on it and share. ENJOY!!!

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17. Tuesday Reviewsday: Angie Stone, Flamingosis and music from The Suicide Squad — Aug 09, 2016

Tuesday Reviewsday: Angie Stone, Flamingosis and music from The Suicide Squad — Aug 09, 2016

Cover art for The Suicide Squad soundtrack Oliver Wang and Morgan Rhodes join the show for our weekly new music segment, Tuesday Reviewsday. Below are their picks. MORGAN  Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa and Imagine Dragons (album - Suicide Squad: The Album) Sucker for Pain - For what it's worth, I thought the movie was good, but perhaps my opinion is skewed by my love for the soundtrack which kept the hype and excitement going in key scenes.  This song is one of the best.   Nao (album - For All We Know)  Trophy (feat. A.K. Paul) - Funky electronic soul from East London.  Tastemakers introduced her.  An apple commercial made her popular and she is back with a full length debut which showcases a gorgeous soprano voice and her ability to body all tempos. Flamingosis (album - Bright Moments) All Natural feat. Tom Ribbons - Flamingos may or may not be a real symptom.  Aaron Velasquez, the artist known as Flamingosis, however is a real talent and real nice with the beats and loops, especially on this song which features a well placed sample from one of my favorite 90's R&B songs. OLIVER Frankie Reyes (album - Boleros Valses y Mas) Flor De Azalea - I love this project so much…Frankie Reyes is the nom de plume of L.A.-based musician Gabriel Reyes-Whittaker and a while back, he was invited to participate in a Latin modernism music performance with the folks over at Dublab. And what Reyes did was to rework classic Mexican and Latin ballads and waltzes using a vintage Oberheim synthesizer. Reyes's arrangements are, apparently, quite loyal to their source material but between the Oberheim's unnatural sound and Reyes's lo-fi production approach, there's something otherworldly, and incredibly haunting about the tunes here. I imagine it being played for someone's quincinera that also happens to land on the Day of the Dead. Gorgeous and ghostly.  Angie Stone (album - Covered In Soul) These Eyes - This is Angie Stone's 8th studio album and she records an LP of covers alongside producers like Germany's Jurgen Engler who worked on that cover of The Guess Who's 1969 hit, "These Eyes." Maybe it's Engler's influence but it does have a very Euro disco vibe to it; not what you'd expect and it's welcome for that. It's not unusual for older R&B artists to turn in what amounts to a soul songbook album but I think Angie Stone makes really interesting choices here, including covers of Phil Collins' classic "In the Air Tonight" and UB40's "Red Red Wine." It's also interesting to hear Angie's voice hit middle age. It feels rougher here, a bit more worn, but it becomes more interesting as a result compared to the over-processed perfection of most young voices these days.  Lyn Christopher (album: Ladies of Too Slow To Disco) Take Me With You and  New York Bars - I admit, I was initially drawn to check out this new compilation because of its subtitle: "More Late 70s West Coast Yachtpop You Can Almost Dance To"…which is a mouthful but only semi-accurate since I do think you could do a slow groove to a few of these. But this is the third in the "Too Slow for Disco" series and they finally turn their attention to female artists. What we heard was Lyn Christopher, featuring members of KISS before they were KISS backing her up, from her self-titled 1973 album. You'll also hear some marina funk from Carly Simon, Carole King and the incomparable Brenda Russell with a lovely little groover I had never heard until now: "New York Bars"  

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18. Tuesday Reviewsday: Angie Stone, Flamingosis and music from The Suicide Squad — Aug 09, 2016

Tuesday Reviewsday: Angie Stone, Flamingosis and music from The Suicide Squad — Aug 09, 2016

Cover art for The Suicide Squad soundtrack Oliver Wang and Morgan Rhodes join the show for our weekly new music segment, Tuesday Reviewsday. Below are their picks. MORGAN  Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa and Imagine Dragons (album - Suicide Squad: The Album) Sucker for Pain - For what it's worth, I thought the movie was good, but perhaps my opinion is skewed by my love for the soundtrack which kept the hype and excitement going in key scenes.  This song is one of the best.   Nao (album - For All We Know)  Trophy (feat. A.K. Paul) - Funky electronic soul from East London.  Tastemakers introduced her.  An apple commercial made her popular and she is back with a full length debut which showcases a gorgeous soprano voice and her ability to body all tempos. Flamingosis (album - Bright Moments) All Natural feat. Tom Ribbons - Flamingos may or may not be a real symptom.  Aaron Velasquez, the artist known as Flamingosis, however is a real talent and real nice with the beats and loops, especially on this song which features a well placed sample from one of my favorite 90's R&B songs. OLIVER Frankie Reyes (album - Boleros Valses y Mas) Flor De Azalea - I love this project so much…Frankie Reyes is the nom de plume of L.A.-based musician Gabriel Reyes-Whittaker and a while back, he was invited to participate in a Latin modernism music performance with the folks over at Dublab. And what Reyes did was to rework classic Mexican and Latin ballads and waltzes using a vintage Oberheim synthesizer. Reyes's arrangements are, apparently, quite loyal to their source material but between the Oberheim's unnatural sound and Reyes's lo-fi production approach, there's something otherworldly, and incredibly haunting about the tunes here. I imagine it being played for someone's quincinera that also happens to land on the Day of the Dead. Gorgeous and ghostly.  Angie Stone (album - Covered In Soul) These Eyes - This is Angie Stone's 8th studio album and she records an LP of covers alongside producers like Germany's Jurgen Engler who worked on that cover of The Guess Who's 1969 hit, "These Eyes." Maybe it's Engler's influence but it does have a very Euro disco vibe to it; not what you'd expect and it's welcome for that. It's not unusual for older R&B artists to turn in what amounts to a soul songbook album but I think Angie Stone makes really interesting choices here, including covers of Phil Collins' classic "In the Air Tonight" and UB40's "Red Red Wine." It's also interesting to hear Angie's voice hit middle age. It feels rougher here, a bit more worn, but it becomes more interesting as a result compared to the over-processed perfection of most young voices these days.  Lyn Christopher (album: Ladies of Too Slow To Disco) Take Me With You and  New York Bars - I admit, I was initially drawn to check out this new compilation because of its subtitle: "More Late 70s West Coast Yachtpop You Can Almost Dance To"…which is a mouthful but only semi-accurate since I do think you could do a slow groove to a few of these. But this is the third in the "Too Slow for Disco" series and they finally turn their attention to female artists. What we heard was Lyn Christopher, featuring members of KISS before they were KISS backing her up, from her self-titled 1973 album. You'll also hear some marina funk from Carly Simon, Carole King and the incomparable Brenda Russell with a lovely little groover I had never heard until now: "New York Bars"  

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19. Tuesday Reviewsday: Angie Stone, Flamingosis and music from The Suicide Squad — Aug 09, 2016

Tuesday Reviewsday: Angie Stone, Flamingosis and music from The Suicide Squad — Aug 09, 2016

Cover art for The Suicide Squad soundtrack Oliver Wang and Morgan Rhodes join the show for our weekly new music segment, Tuesday Reviewsday. Below are their picks. MORGAN  Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa and Imagine Dragons (album - Suicide Squad: The Album) Sucker for Pain - For what it's worth, I thought the movie was good, but perhaps my opinion is skewed by my love for the soundtrack which kept the hype and excitement going in key scenes.  This song is one of the best.   Nao (album - For All We Know)  Trophy (feat. A.K. Paul) - Funky electronic soul from East London.  Tastemakers introduced her.  An apple commercial made her popular and she is back with a full length debut which showcases a gorgeous soprano voice and her ability to body all tempos. Flamingosis (album - Bright Moments) All Natural feat. Tom Ribbons - Flamingos may or may not be a real symptom.  Aaron Velasquez, the artist known as Flamingosis, however is a real talent and real nice with the beats and loops, especially on this song which features a well placed sample from one of my favorite 90's R&B songs. OLIVER Frankie Reyes (album - Boleros Valses y Mas) Flor De Azalea - I love this project so much…Frankie Reyes is the nom de plume of L.A.-based musician Gabriel Reyes-Whittaker and a while back, he was invited to participate in a Latin modernism music performance with the folks over at Dublab. And what Reyes did was to rework classic Mexican and Latin ballads and waltzes using a vintage Oberheim synthesizer. Reyes's arrangements are, apparently, quite loyal to their source material but between the Oberheim's unnatural sound and Reyes's lo-fi production approach, there's something otherworldly, and incredibly haunting about the tunes here. I imagine it being played for someone's quincinera that also happens to land on the Day of the Dead. Gorgeous and ghostly.  Angie Stone (album - Covered In Soul) These Eyes - This is Angie Stone's 8th studio album and she records an LP of covers alongside producers like Germany's Jurgen Engler who worked on that cover of The Guess Who's 1969 hit, "These Eyes." Maybe it's Engler's influence but it does have a very Euro disco vibe to it; not what you'd expect and it's welcome for that. It's not unusual for older R&B artists to turn in what amounts to a soul songbook album but I think Angie Stone makes really interesting choices here, including covers of Phil Collins' classic "In the Air Tonight" and UB40's "Red Red Wine." It's also interesting to hear Angie's voice hit middle age. It feels rougher here, a bit more worn, but it becomes more interesting as a result compared to the over-processed perfection of most young voices these days.  Lyn Christopher (album: Ladies of Too Slow To Disco) Take Me With You and  New York Bars - I admit, I was initially drawn to check out this new compilation because of its subtitle: "More Late 70s West Coast Yachtpop You Can Almost Dance To"…which is a mouthful but only semi-accurate since I do think you could do a slow groove to a few of these. But this is the third in the "Too Slow for Disco" series and they finally turn their attention to female artists. What we heard was Lyn Christopher, featuring members of KISS before they were KISS backing her up, from her self-titled 1973 album. You'll also hear some marina funk from Carly Simon, Carole King and the incomparable Brenda Russell with a lovely little groover I had never heard until now: "New York Bars"  

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20. Tuesday Reviewsday: Angie Stone, Flamingosis and music from The Suicide Squad — Aug 09, 2016

Tuesday Reviewsday: Angie Stone, Flamingosis and music from The Suicide Squad — Aug 09, 2016

Cover art for The Suicide Squad soundtrack Oliver Wang and Morgan Rhodes join the show for our weekly new music segment, Tuesday Reviewsday. Below are their picks. MORGAN  Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa and Imagine Dragons (album - Suicide Squad: The Album) Sucker for Pain - For what it's worth, I thought the movie was good, but perhaps my opinion is skewed by my love for the soundtrack which kept the hype and excitement going in key scenes.  This song is one of the best.   Nao (album - For All We Know)  Trophy (feat. A.K. Paul) - Funky electronic soul from East London.  Tastemakers introduced her.  An apple commercial made her popular and she is back with a full length debut which showcases a gorgeous soprano voice and her ability to body all tempos. Flamingosis (album - Bright Moments) All Natural feat. Tom Ribbons - Flamingos may or may not be a real symptom.  Aaron Velasquez, the artist known as Flamingosis, however is a real talent and real nice with the beats and loops, especially on this song which features a well placed sample from one of my favorite 90's R&B songs. OLIVER Frankie Reyes (album - Boleros Valses y Mas) Flor De Azalea - I love this project so much…Frankie Reyes is the nom de plume of L.A.-based musician Gabriel Reyes-Whittaker and a while back, he was invited to participate in a Latin modernism music performance with the folks over at Dublab. And what Reyes did was to rework classic Mexican and Latin ballads and waltzes using a vintage Oberheim synthesizer. Reyes's arrangements are, apparently, quite loyal to their source material but between the Oberheim's unnatural sound and Reyes's lo-fi production approach, there's something otherworldly, and incredibly haunting about the tunes here. I imagine it being played for someone's quincinera that also happens to land on the Day of the Dead. Gorgeous and ghostly.  Angie Stone (album - Covered In Soul) These Eyes - This is Angie Stone's 8th studio album and she records an LP of covers alongside producers like Germany's Jurgen Engler who worked on that cover of The Guess Who's 1969 hit, "These Eyes." Maybe it's Engler's influence but it does have a very Euro disco vibe to it; not what you'd expect and it's welcome for that. It's not unusual for older R&B artists to turn in what amounts to a soul songbook album but I think Angie Stone makes really interesting choices here, including covers of Phil Collins' classic "In the Air Tonight" and UB40's "Red Red Wine." It's also interesting to hear Angie's voice hit middle age. It feels rougher here, a bit more worn, but it becomes more interesting as a result compared to the over-processed perfection of most young voices these days.  Lyn Christopher (album: Ladies of Too Slow To Disco) Take Me With You and  New York Bars - I admit, I was initially drawn to check out this new compilation because of its subtitle: "More Late 70s West Coast Yachtpop You Can Almost Dance To"…which is a mouthful but only semi-accurate since I do think you could do a slow groove to a few of these. But this is the third in the "Too Slow for Disco" series and they finally turn their attention to female artists. What we heard was Lyn Christopher, featuring members of KISS before they were KISS backing her up, from her self-titled 1973 album. You'll also hear some marina funk from Carly Simon, Carole King and the incomparable Brenda Russell with a lovely little groover I had never heard until now: "New York Bars"  

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