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Repetition Playlists Part II

 

Figure 1. Norman is smiling but not because he likes my taste in music.

Figure 1. Norman is smiling but not because he likes my taste in music.

 

I realize that nobody gives a shit about these posts but Steve Brezenoff and myself but TOO BAD.

Here’s the point of everything here if you don’t know what’s going on.

6. Violently Happy, Bjork

Figure 2. This is Bjork, in case you didn't know

Figure 2. This is Bjork, in case you didn’t know

 

A baby Norman Reedus is in this video. So. Yeah.

7. Poison & Wine, The Civil Wars

Figure 3.  Joy Williams & John Paul White of The Civil Wars

Figure 3. Joy Williams & John Paul White of The Civil Wars

I can basically listen to Barton Hollow straight through, no interruptions.

8. Tip It On Back, Dierks Bentley

Figure 4. Is Dierks Bentley cute enough? I want to put him in my pocket.

This is one of my favorite country songs because it’s a) sorta desperate b) never anything I would do if I wanted to relax and forget my problems.

9. The Weight of Us, Sanders Bohlke

Figure Sanders Bohlke.

Figure 5. Sanders Bohlke.

I won’t even lie; I heard this song on an early season of The Vampire Diaries and that was that. Oh, shut up. I never said I was cool.

10. Eau d’ Bedroom Dancing, Le Tigre

Figure 6. Le Tigre.

Figure 6. Le Tigre.

Well, so, I like Le Tigre. I mean, I went to high school in the early 90’s. What more do you want from me? This song particularly reminds me of Girls and Their Imaginative Life. Woo, deep.

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Here’s the link to the full playlist on Spotify, if you’re into that sort of thing.

 

 

 

One Comment

  • Hannah Kincade on Apr 09, 2014 Reply

    I love hearing what songs people play while writing. I create playlists on youtube for whatever I’m working on. I often do the repeating of one song. One book I was writing, I listen to the same two minute song over and over and over.

    Also, I love hearing new music and there are some songs on here I don’t know, so THANK YOU!

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