I was sorting through my itunes when it occurred to me that certain songs are extremely reminiscent of my time spent as a freshman in college. I wanted to savor these memories so I sorted my songs by "date added" and handpicked the ones that remind me the most of specific memories, situations, or time periods. The list ended up being massive so I split it into two parts: first semester and second semester. These songs are from first semester in the order that I downloaded them. The first songs are the ones I was listening to in the car on the way to school for the first time and the playlist ends with the songs I was listening to while driving home for Christmas break. These songs may not hold any special significance for anyone else, but I thought I'd share anyways. :) Enjoy!
Featuring: She Wants Revenge, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Black Eyed Peas, The Black Eyed Peas, A Day To Remember
Created by cadams on Jul. 11, 2010 (2294 views - 0 bumps - 1 comments)
Radtastic bands with radtastic names. There's something so alluring about a band with an undeniably cool name, and it doesn't get much cooler than these. Perfect mix for chilling out, cuddling, background music for radical plans and dnm's. Tickle me silly, lovebicuit :)
Featuring: The Von Bondies, Louis Xiv, Kasabian, Neutral Milk Hotel, Wolf Parade
Created by PolarBearr on Jul. 11, 2010 (1403 views - 0 bumps - 1 comments)
This CD contains beautiful musical stylings of many different artists that cheerfully and delightfully convey the emotions that I feel about ending a four year chapter of my life filled with adventures and jokes in abundance. From the rock stylings of The Who's Baba O'Riley reminding us, "Don't cry, don't raise your eye, it's only teenage wasteland," to the unmistakeable intro of Ramble On by Led Zeppelin to the classic song, Today by the Smashing Pumpkins, because today really is the greatest day. Continuing on our musical journey to Sweet Emotion by Aerosmith followed by Fly Like An Eagle by The Steve Miller Band which reminds me of my alma mater, "Time keeps slippin', slippin', slippin', into the future!" And you can't forget about me, says the simple minds, and we want to break free now according to Queen. John Butler sings, "C'mon Now!" and Citizen Cope Lets the ...
Featuring: Aerosmith, Ice Cube, Simple Minds, Queen, Led Zeppelin
Created by a33 on Jul. 7, 2010 (1535 views - 2 bumps - 1 comments)
I'm not really sure how to describe this. These are songs that make me happy and make me feel completely full of love, and to me it's the perfect blend of music. It's a mixture of happy and upbeat to sad and mellow songs but they've all influenced me in some way. It's great to just chill out to, or to even dance to if you'd like! Hope you enjoy :)
Featuring: Empire Of The Sun, Sugarcult, Sara Bareilles, Ingrid Michaelson, Hot Hot Heat
Created by HollyLynn on Jul. 5, 2010 (2485 views - 1 bumps - 1 comments)
I'm sure I'm not the only one who thinks of the ordinary summer playlist that contains the same songs. Summer playlists always consist of Dave Matthews Band, Jason Mraz, Jack Johnson, John Mayer, and the like. Well, I got tired of listening to the same tunes summer after summer and created my own list. These songs all sound like something you'd hear at the beach....but they're not the stereotypical songs played on every beach radio station. So, as you prepare for your vacation, whip this playlist out, light up a joint and make new memories from new songs.
Feelings and Emotions are something we can't fully describe. Most of the time Music is either the outcome, or the use of our emotions. This playlist is an in-between of happy and sad, one for remembering happy memories. I was thinking of all the previous summers I have experienced and looking forward to making new memories during the upcoming summer. Soemthing many of us don't understand, we live only once so make the most of it. Never let a day go to waste. A famous quote I heard has changed the way I live everyday: "Live as if you'll die today, Dream like you'll forever"
Featuring: Free, Blind Melon, Thom Yorke, The Script, Caribou
Created by angel4610 on Jun. 27, 2010 (2031 views - 0 bumps - 0 comments)
This playlist makes you feel FREE. Makes you want to run along the beach in summer, with the sun setting behind you throwing flaming oranges across the sky, with a grin on your face, thinking 'God I love life.'
Featuring: Razorlight, The Walkmen, 30 Seconds to Mars, Train, Shout Out Louds
Created by mmepchick on Jun. 19, 2010 (2713 views - 2 bumps - 2 comments)
The countless minutes, hours, days, weeks, months, and even years spent lusting after girls cannot be spent in silence. These songs were handpicked because they all remind me of the girls I've lusted after over the past year. They each relate to a specific memory either spent with them or spent thinking about them. The songs are all romantic, relaxing, or both. Enjoy as you sit back and think of the girl you desire to spend time with.
Featuring: Something Corporate, The Postal Service, Passion Pit, DAVE MATTHEWS BAND, Imogen Heap
Created by cadams on Jun. 14, 2010 (2791 views - 2 bumps - 2 comments)
You know when you're driving, it's a nice day, maybe you feel a little depressed, need something to take you out of that 'funk' this is it. Start off with some french music, then everything just oddly flows into each other. Hope you like it, this CD's in my car now :)
Featuring: Passion Pit, Weezer, Matchbook Romance, Everything, The Flaming Lips
Created by summerbeat on Jun. 13, 2010 (2962 views - 2 bumps - 0 comments)
It's a cold are rainy night, my eyelids can't stay closed. Taking pills doesnt work, the shadows under my eyes are proof of that. It feels as though my existance is entirely useless. Laying between these sheets doesn't seem to be getting anywhere at the moment. I can only find solace in a little black device, filled with distractions that keep my mind from reeling. I set the playlist to play so my mind doesnt start thinking, because when I start thinking the serious problem starts to set in.
Featuring: Gary Jules, Jeff Buckley, Radiohead, Bon Iver, The Format
Created by angel4610 on Jun. 13, 2010 (2433 views - 4 bumps - 1 comments)
Here is a selection of songs I find great to drive to (and in some cases sing badly to) in the summer. These are the more energetic and upbeat ones that I find make my journeys far more enjoyable although not necessarily laid back :)
You are surrounded from all directions. The gray, blood-stained faces of the undead stare at you through lifeless eyes. Your guns are loaded. The only thing that could make this night of homicidal horror any better would be a bad-ass playlist to get you pumped. Blast this list and send those zombies to hell.
Featuring: Iron Maiden, Rage Against The Machine, Sum 41, Bullet For My Valentine, Killswitch Engage
Created by Antalgic on Jun. 12, 2010 (1883 views - 5 bumps - 1 comments)
Not the purest form of reggae, but rather the pop influenced or acoustic driven imitations of reggae is the genre that makes up this playlist. It is perfect for just relaxing but does not get as old or drag as much as traditional reggae. Light one up and head to the beach.
Featuring: Bob Marley, Matisyahu, Dispatch, Rebelution, Slightly Stoopid
Created by blades0864 on Jun. 11, 2010 (1391 views - 1 bumps - 1 comments)
My favorite playlist during sunrise or sunset these songs can cause one to drive for miles. They put you in a mood that is not happy or sad, but simply content to be alive and well. Keep this playlist with you everywhere and it will always bring back good memories of when you first heard it.
Featuring: Rogue Wave, Modest Mouse, Kings Of Leon, Vampire Weekend, Wintersleep
Created by blades0864 on Jun. 4, 2010 (2399 views - 1 bumps - 1 comments)
The time between waiting to see the one you love is straining on the heart. I count the days down, get more excited every time I wake up, knowing that I'm one day closer to seeing him. These songs remind me of how much I miss him, love him, and can't wait to hold him and kiss him again. Enjoy, long distance lovers.
Featuring: Coldplay, Death Cab For Cutie, Snow Patrol, Jewel, Joshua Radin
Created by daynaemac on May. 30, 2010 (1871 views - 1 bumps - 1 comments)
I created this list of songs from suggestions and my own ideas about songs churches might not know or sing, but should hear, as artists express 1) their own perceptions of God, 2) the realities., wonder, and brokenness of human experience and 3) what the church could be as it is shaped by the gospel to bring people and their creator together.
Featuring: Sufjan Stevens, Joseph Arthur, Cat Stevens, The Bravery, Arcade Fire
Created by anonymous on May. 10, 2010 (1263 views - 0 bumps - 0 comments)
This spring I have been taming the overgrown yard of the house I purchased last summer. I am out there a lot and overhear a lot of oldies radio rock from the yards of some of my neighbours. To drown that out I play this - I haven't played it aloud for the neighbourhood yet, but I fully expect passersby to boogie down for a bit as they walk by the house. Here's to shaking it with the robins, squirrels and the blackberry bushes!
Featuring: Chromeo, Jahcoozi, The Bloody Beetroots, Mount Sims, Shazam
Created by magz88 on May. 10, 2010 (1904 views - 0 bumps - 0 comments)
Created as a companion set, "Falling in" and "Falling out" focus on the feelings we experience during a relationship. Ups, downs, and in betweens. Use these mixes to celebrate a new relationship, mourn an old one, or just to remember what it means to be in or out of love.
Featuring: Regina Spektor, The Moldy Peaches, The Corrs, Ben Harper, Jack Johnson
Created by KJBuff on Apr. 30, 2010 (1932 views - 0 bumps - 1 comments)