Friday, December 5, 2014

A Sampling of Astros Minor Leaguers Walk-Up Music

During the season when I was able to, I would open the SoundHound app on my phone and try to identify the walk-up music for some of our Astros minor leaguers. Unfortunately, I wrote my findings down on scraps of paper that ended up hither and thither. I finally managed to go through and write up a list of some of the walk-up music I heard throughout the season. These are in no particular order (until the end), and you can click on the image or link to hear a sample if you aren't familiar with the song

Delino DeShields - Lifestyle by Rich Gang with Young Thug



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Leo Heras - Travesuras (Remix) by Nicky Jam



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Brandon Meredith - What a Feeling by Collie Buddz with Paul Wall

What A Feeling (Album Version)

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Carlos Perdomo - Bailando by Enrique Iglesias with Descemer Bueno

Bailando (Spanish Version) [feat. Descemer Bueno]

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Tesocsar Hernandez - Zumba by Don Omar



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Mott Hyde - Can't Stop by the Red Hot Chili Peppers
Colin Moran - Can't Stop by the Red Hot Chili Peppers



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Jake Rodriguez - Don't Stop the Party by Pitbull with TJR



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Tony Kemp - Blood on the Leaves by Kanye West



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Rio Ruiz - Hands in the Air by Miley Cyrus with Ludacris

Hands in the Air feat. Ludacris

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Jordan Scott - You Deserve It by Future



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Danry Vasquez - Animals by Martin Garrix



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James Ramsay - Hell and Back by Kid Ink



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Chan Moon - Gangnam Style by Psy



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Chase McDonald - The South by The Cadillac Three



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Brett Booth - Sweet Home Alabama by Lynard Skynard



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Jose Fernandez - Walk Thru by Rich Homie Quan with Problem



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Joe Sclafani - Smells Like Teen Spirit by Nirvana



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Terrell Joyce - Simon Says by Pharoahe Monch



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Bobby Boyd - Kick It in the Sticks by Brantley Gilbert

Kick It In The Sticks

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Andrew Aplin - Heart Like a Lion by Rebelution



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Thomas Lindauer - That is How We Roll by Florida Georgia Line with Luke Bryan



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M. P. Cokinos - Zombies in America by The Expendables



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Bryan Muniz - Dile by Don Omar



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Jacob Nottingham - Friday by Ice Cube



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Connor Goedert - Down and Out by Tantric



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Luis Reynoso - Somos de Calle by Thirstin Howl the 3rd with Daddy Yankee and Sofla



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Trent Woodward - So High by Antiserum & Mayhem



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Tyler Heineman - Your Love by The Outfield



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Nolan Fontana - Sweet Emotion by Aerosmith



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Preston Tucker - Bottoms Up by Brantley Gilbert

Bottoms Up

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There were three songs that really stood out for me. First up, I already liked Matt Duffy, but when he walked up to a classic Led Zeppelin tune, I liked him even moreso! (A shout-out goes to Brett Booth as well for featuring a little Lynard Skynard.)

Matt Duffy - When the Levee Breaks by Led Zeppelin



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Although Chris Epps isn't an Astro anymore, I really liked his walk-up song. Some of them seemed a little cookie-cutter, but his stood out with enough funk to appeal to someone like me who was alive and listening to music in the 70's.

Chris Epps - Here I Go by Mystikal

Here I Go (Clean)

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But one stood out above all of the rest. When I went to Corpus Christi for the first time in April this year, people in the crowd would actually giggle when Leo Heras walked up. My trusty SoundHound app couldn't identify the song so I asked Leo what it was. He didn't tell me the song, but the style is Mexican Banda music. Whether you love it or hate it, you've got to admit that it is different!


3 comments:

  1. This is exactly why i LOVE reading this blog!! You come up with the most interesting things to write about!!!

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  2. Jon Singleton is forever connected to the Brinks truck and Collin Delome will always be the "Rhinestone Cowboy"! Some of the guys like to pick something that is interactive with the crowd or catchy.
    HooksFanSarah

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