Slosh A

This is not a happy one.

  1. First Day of My Life – Bright Eyes
  2. No One’s Gonna Love You – Band of Horses
  3. Autumn Sweater – Yo La Tengo
  4. Which Will – Nick Drake
  5. The Greatest – Cat Power
  6. Video Tapez (ft. Del the Funky Homosapien) – AmpLive
  7. Suddenly Everything Has Changed – The Flaming Lips
  8. How To Disappear Completely – Radiohead
  9. This Is The Dream of Evan and Chan – The Postal Service
  10. Someone Great – LCD Soundsystem
  11. Speed of Sound – Chris Bell
  12. All We Grow – S. Carey
  13. Farmer Chords – Ben Gibbard
  14. Dreamer – Tiny Vipers
  15. One Too Many Mornings – Bob Dylan
  16. Atmosphere – Joy Division
  17. I Shall Be Released – The Band
  18. Birds [Live] – Neil Young
  19. Find the River – R.E.M.

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