The best of the 2000s mix

Another decade down, and only one and half to go, give or take a few years. And not a moment too soon if I’m honest. Don’t get me wrong, I love making mixes and playlists, but sticking to one theme is starting to test even my patience. Getting into the homestretch though, so no point in stopping now. Up next I’m going to do some kind of condensed version of the 50s, since the term “rock and roll” didn’t really latch on until later in the decade, even if it had been used earlier. I’ll probably end up starting around 1954 or maybe 56, but we’ll see. After that, I’m finishing up with the 60s, which will be no easy task.

Here’s the cumulative Best of the 2000s mix to put a nice tidy bow on that decade. The usual restrictions don’t apply to this one, other than the one song per artist rule, and I’m not going to write more about each song since that was covered in the individual year mixes, which you can find collected here.

All My Friends – LCD Soundsystem

Stuck Between Stations – The Hold Steady

LDN – Lily Allen

Apartment Story – The National

Summertime Clothes – Animal Collective

Useful Chamber – Dirty Projectors

Daniel – Bat for Lashes

Paranoia in B Major – The Avett Brothers

The Rip – Portishead

O Valencia – The Decemberists

Portions for Foxes – Rilo Kiley

The Rat – The Walkmen

Neighborhood #3 (Power Out) – Arcade Fire

This Mess We’re In – PJ Harvey

Such Great Heights – The Postal Service

Maps – Yeah Yeah Yeahs

I am trying to break your heart – Wilco

The Rising – Bruce Springsteen

For Nancy (‘Cos It Already Is) – Pete Yorn

In the Sun – Joseph Arthur

Mass Romantic – The New Pornographers

You’re No Rock n’ Roll Fun – Sleater-Kinney

I Wish I was the Moon – Neko Case

Dashboard – Modest Mouse

How to Disappear Completely – Radiohead

Here’s the Spotify playlist for your listening/subscribing pleasure.

Cheers.

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Posted on February 5, 2015, in Music and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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