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Loves the genius button

Anytime I get obsessed with a new song, I run it through itunes’ genius button to see what other songs I would like. The song of the moment is Big Mistake and I gotta say I’m lovin’ the playlist genius gave me:

People Ain’t No Good Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
The Blues Are Still Blue Belle & Sebastian
Like A Friend Pulp
Myriad Harbour The New Pornographers
First Day Of My Life Bright Eyes
Orange Sky Alexi Murdoch
Snails The Format

People C’mon Delta Spirit
Cadillac Dust Elliott Brood
I Just Don’t Think I’ll Ever Get Over You Colin Hay
No Need To Cry Neko Case
Devil Town Bright Eyes
Sometimes Always The Jesus & Mary Chain
Trouble Cat Stevens
We’re Going to Be Friends The White Stripes
Red Right Hand Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds
There There Radiohead Hail To The Thief
Can I Get Get Get Junior Senior
When the President Talks to God Bright Eyes
Let Down Radiohead OK Computer
Swell Thomas Cunningham
The Indiana Sun White Hassle
Climbing Up The Walls Radiohead OK Computer
Chelsea Hotel No. 2 Leonard Cohen
One Foot in Front of the Other
Walkaways Counting Crows
She’s an Angel They Might Be Giants
Casino Queen Jeff Tweedy And Jay Bennett (Wilco)
Come On The Jesus & Mary Chain
Forget Her Jeff Buckley
You’re Pretty Good Looking (For a Girl) The White Stripes
Are You Alright? Lucinda Williams Are You Alright? – Single
Let It Rock Chuck Berry
On Love, In Sadness Jason Mraz
Set Out Running Neko Case & Her Boyfriends
If Winter Ends Bright Eyes
We Used To Be Friends The Dandy Warhols
Ana Ng They Might Be Giants
Thanks A Lot Third Eye Blind
Goodnight, Travel Well The Killers
Delicate Damien Rice
And It Stoned Me Van Morrison
Raining In Baltimore Counting Crows
Common People Pulp
Waiting for My Real Life to Begin (Album Version) Colin Hay
Exit Music (For A Film) Radiohead OK Computer
Lover, You Should Have Come Over Jeff Buckley
Catch My Disease Ben Lee
On The Road To Find Out Cat Stevens

2 Responses to “Loves the genius button”

  1. Alceste Says:

    I had no idea one could create a playlist of 50 songs on your iPod that would not make me want to pulg my ears. Who knew?

  2. Dawn Summers Says:

    Shut it.

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