|What I Was Listening To While You Sang Along To The Backstreet Boys|
"Dammit" - Blink 182 | "I'm Not Crying For You" - Save Ferris
"When Dolphins Cry" - Live | "Basket Case" - Green Day
"Swallowed" - Bush | "Everlong" - Foo Fighters
"If You Love Someone, Set Them On Fire" - The Dead Milkmen
"The Impression That I Get" - Mighty Mighty Bosstones | "Everything Sucks" - Reel Big Fish
"Johnny Quest (Thinks We're Sellouts)" - Less Than Jake | "Far Behind" - The Hippos
"Generator" - Bad Religion | "The Getaway" - Ten Foot Pole
"Hot Dog In Hallway" - NOFX | "Hook" - Blues Traveler
"Hellman" - Millencolin | "Don't Hate Me" - Get Up Kids
"My Life Story" - MxPx | "San Dimas High School Football Rules" - The Ataris
"Perfect Girl" - Brodie | "Waldorf Worldwide" - Good Charlotte
"Fred Astaire" - Lucky Boys Confusion | "Jammin" - Bob Marley
"I Will Survive" - Cake | "I Love The Nightlife (Disco ' Round) - Alicia Bridges
"El Scorcho" - Weezer | "Come Out and Play" - The Offspring
"Dr. Worm" - They Might Be Giants | "Semi-Charmed Life" - Third Eye Blind
From the age of 9 until the age of about 15, I feel like music
was the most fun. I would go into chat rooms and form bonds
with people that I had a few bands (and nothing else) in common
with. I fell in love with ska and disco during this time too --
and those are arguably two of the most fun genres to listen to.
The title of this mix is a reflection on how I used to feel about
musical tastes. I used to think that the only music with any heart or soul
was the music I listened to. Everything else was just for fortune
and fame. As I've gotten older my perspective has changed,
but this is neither the time nor the place for that. This mix is simply
to reflect on the awesome music that was the mid-late 90's and early 2000's.
Think I like too many poseur bands?
Want to point out the sellouts to me?
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