6. Jul. 2012, 1:07 von patteroast
25. Feb. 2008, 22:20 von johnatthebar1.1 Not all songs about radio are good songs, but all good songs are songs about radio.
1) Stuck Between Stations, The Hold Steady
2) You Turn Me On (I'm a Radio), Joni Mitchell
3) Hey, Mr. DJ, I Thought You Said We Had A Deal, They Might Be Giants
4) Radio #9, Craig Cardiff
5) We Want the Airwaves, The Ramones
6) Radio Radio, Elvis Costello
7) Are You Out There? (live), Dar Williams
8) Video Killed the Radio Star, The Buggles
9) On the Radio, Regina Spektor
10) Mohammad's Radio, Warren Zevon
11) Midnight Radio, John Cameron Mitchell
12) Tits on the Radio, Scissor Sisters
13) Light Up My Room, Barenaked Ladies
15) One More Song The Radio Won't Like, Kathleen Edwards
1. Jan. 2008, 19:10 von noacatSo, I got it into my head a few weeks ago to do an A to Z playlist. Here's the rules I set forth for myself.
1.) Pick a song for each letter of the Alphabet, first of all.
2.) All songs MUST be in English. The songs can be sung by non-English speaking (IE: Those that don't speak English as a native language) artists, but they have got to be in English. This makes it harder for you to pick songs for letters such as 'Q'.
3.) No artist can have consecutive songs. Example: I couldn't have Spiraling Shape as my 'S' song because I have Till My Head Falls Off for my 'T' song, because they both are by They Might Be Giants. This rule extends to cover versions as well.
4.) If an artist appears on your list more than once, there must be a one song lead between appearances, this also includes cover songs. Example: I picked Under Pressure David Bowie and Queen for my 'U' song. For my 'W' song, I picked We Are the Champions -- but I picked the cover version done by Jonathan Coulton. …