A few weeks ago, I found myself down a rabbit hole. I was in my email archive. Always a scary place to go when you archive everything. While down this rabbit hole, I found a bad ass music playlist. It was chock full of gold.
Apparently, on April 6, 2008, I wrote down the names of all the songs I listened to that day. According to Google, April 6, 2008, was a Sunday. My guess is I was celebrating having just written a 12-page paper while a student at UVA.
Also during this time, instead of a narcissistic madman in the White House whose only real ambition is power, we had a forward thinking sane human being named Barack Obama soon to be in the White House. But I digress.
Here is your weekend playlist from twelve years ago in exact order. If you have Spotify, I created a link with all of the below songs you can follow. You’re welcome:
Don’t Drag Me Down by Social Distortion
In the Garage by Weezer
Come Out and Play by the Offspring
At the Library by Green Day
What’s the Frequency Kenneth by REM
Heartspark Dollarsign by Everclear
Mrs. Robinson by the Lemonheads
Here and Now by Letters to Cleo
Fuck and Run by Liz Phair
Three Little Pigs by Green Jelly
Mmmmm Mmmmm Mmmmm by Crash Test Dummies
Feel the Pain by Dinosaur, Jr.
Frances Farmer Will Have Her Revenge on Seattle by Nirvana
Popular by Nada Surf
Backwater by Meat Puppets
The World Has Turned and Left Me Here by Weezer
She Don’t Use Jelly by Flaming Lips
Bulls on Parade by Rage Against the Machine
Salvation by the Cranberries
Spin the Black Circle by Pearl Jam
Connection by Elastica
My Own Worst Enemy by Lit
All Over You by Live
Seether by Veruca Salt
Black Hole Sun by Soundgarden
Dead & Bloated by Stone Temple Pilots
Old Friend by Rancid
Self Esteem by the Offspring
Wonderful by Everclear
The Badge by Pantera
Cold Feelings by Social Distortion
Dig it? You know you did. Then do me a solid:
3 replies on “Totally Awesome Music Playlist from Twelve Years Ago”
Heartspark Dollarsign…. now there’s a throwback.
Yes, it is. I hadn’t thought about that song in a very long time.