Songs of Liberation

Artist Song Buy
Gloria Gaynor  I Will Survive  buy on itunes
Hot Hot Heat  Goodnight, Goodnight  buy on itunes
Bright Eyes  Light Pollution  buy on itunes
Belle and Sebastian  Sukie in the Graveyard  buy on itunes
Bikini Kill  I Like Fucking  buy on itunes
Sinead O'Connor  No Man's Woman  buy on itunes
Motion City Soundtrack  Everything Is Alright  buy on itunes
Dirty Pretty Things  Bang Bang You're Dead  buy on itunes
Rolling Stones  Free  buy on itunes
The Ramones  Rock "N' Roll High School  buy on itunes
Sex Pistols  Anarchy in the U.K  buy on itunes
Modest Mouse  The World at Large  buy on itunes
Death Cab for Cutie  Styrofoam Plates  buy on itunes
John Lennon  Mother  buy on itunes
Regina Spektor  Fidelity  buy on itunes
Rufus Wainwright  Beautiful Child  buy on itunes
Sufjan Stevens  Chicago  buy on itunes
The Shins  Mine's Not A High Horse  buy on itunes
The Smiths  London  buy on itunes
The Twilight Singers  Hyperballad   buy on itunes

Comment:

A fairly terrible mix about being free from a variety of things. Listen, seethe, release, and feel better for it.

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Mr. Mirage
Date: 5/1/2007
Lancing a boil is no fun, but once done, and the nasty nasty is cleaned away, the pain does indeed subside. Frankly, I don't understand why everyone (did I say everyone? yes I did) of my acquaintance thinks your superb opener is for women or gay men only.... I mean... ?????? say what?Oh, and Styrofoam Plates into Mother is sheer, twisted and too-damned-close-to-home genius.I bet my kids would cringe at that one... and my in-laws....
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sweetxhoneyxbee
Date: 5/1/2007
you have some of the most amazing artist bunched up all in one mix... i love it! styrofoam plates is absolutely beautiful and possibly one of my favorites by death cab. also LOVE the regina, sufjan & shins cuts.
p.s. thanks for the comment! <3
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Mike Eternity
Date: 5/2/2007
You nailed your theme here, bravo. Why do you think it's terrible? I can't help but think of that first track as a gay thing too, although it should be for anyone who can connect with its empowering message. Very strong material from beginning to end, I must say, but I'm most happy to see "Sukie" on there. What a bold, confident song, it's perfect for this mix.

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