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Saturday, July 14, 2021

on the 8
It’s been a long time coming, so here’s the next installment of the latest random output to come out of my perpetually shuffling-repeating iPod.

Instead of the usual five tracks, I’ve expanded out to eight, to match up with 8trk’s Favorite 8, like I said I would. Gotta keep up with the Joneses!

So here we go:

1. “Torture”, KMFDM - Maybe in a day or so I’ll stumble on that grassy knoll.

2. “Waiting For Tonight”, Jennifer Lopez - Found a sacred place, lost in your embrace.

3. “Party For Your Right to Fight”, Public Enemy - It takes a nation of millions to hold us back.

4. “Hello, I Love You”, The Doors - Do you hope to pluck this dusky jewel?

5. “Stand (The Scrumfrog Extended Re-Hash)”, Jewel - It’s not all dirty, but it’s not all clean.

6. “Pusherman”, Curtis Mayfield - Your main boy, thick and thin.

7. “Weapons of Mass Distortion”, The Crystal Method - [instrumental, no lyrics]

8. “Get Down Tonight”, KC & The Sunshine Band - Same place, same time.

by Costa Tsiokos, Sat 07/14/2007 04:18:23 PM
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  1. great list! I see some great music here (although the J.Lo is kinda freakin’ me out). My new list for the week will be up today - hopefully I can compete with (or extend) this list. my best

    Comment by headcoach — 07/16/2007 @ 06:40:59 PM

  2. […] Nothing like a good playlist to distract you from a hot summer’s day ride to work on the New York City subway system. Some oldies, some goodies and one track that leaked out over the internet before the release date (I plead the 5th). Also, check out this list from our friend (and 8trk blog reader ) here. […]

    Pingback by Favorite 8, 7/8 – 7/14 at 8trk — 07/16/2007 @ 07:27:08 PM

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