16 October 2005

Playlist: New England Autumn Angst

Here are some tunes for New England autumn evening weather. I'm not sure what the right adjective is, sort of a "things-not-going-one's-way" mood that proceeds from distant sentimentality to anger to focus to a kind of release. Sort of. Whatever, here are some tunes.

  1. Concrete Blonde, "Everybody Knows," Still In Hollywood Everybody Knows
  2. Sting, "Why Should I Cry For You?" Fields of Gold: The Best of Sting 1984-1994
    Why Should I Cry for You?
  3. Damien Rice, "Older Chests," O Older Chests
  4. Kris Delmorst, "Little Wings," Five StoriesLittle Wings
  5. Pearl Jam, "Small Town," 04/19/03: North America - #27 Atlanta Small Town
  6. Bonglab Featuring Members of Supreme Beings of Leisure, "Games Without Frontiers," Leaves From The Tree - A Tribute To The Music of Peter Gabriel
  7. Nine Inch Nails, "Eraser (Polite)," Further Down The Spiral Eraser (Polite)
  8. Nine Inch Nails, "Piggy (Nothing Can Stop Me Now)," Further Down The Spiral Piggy (Nothing Can Stop Me Now)

  9. Metallica, "Disposable Heroes," Master Of Puppets
  10. The Geto Boys, "Damn It Feels Good To Be A Gangster," Office Space Damn It Feels Good to Be a Gangsta
  11. Van Halen, "Right Now," Right Here, Right Now (Disc 2) [Live] Right Now
  12. The Who, "Eminence Front," It's Hard Eminence Front
  13. Pearl Jam, "Dissident," Vs. Dissident
  14. Jimmy Van M, "ECI-PS," Communicate (Disc 2)

  15. Renegade Soundwave, "Renegade Soundwave," In To The Mix - Hypnotic (1)
  16. The Crystal Method, "Starting Over (Elite Force Mix)," CSII Exclusives - EP Starting Over (Elite Force Mix)
  17. Blackalicious featuring Ledisi, "World of Vibrations," The Craft
    World of Vibrations
  18. Tears for Fears, "Everybody Wants to Rule the World," Songs from the Big Chair Everybody Wants to Rule the World


Silly me to think Metallica would actually be on iTunes!

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