1001 Albums You Must Hear (and Blog about) Before You Die

My attempt to blog all of the entries from the book 1001 Albums to Hear Before You Die

My Rdio Playlist – Music for our ten day drive through Canada and the N.E. United States

Our first playlist is for our trip through the U.P. of Michigan, into Canada, back to the States and on our way home. You should generally be able to follow the path by the name of the playlist, which is a pun on something involving the state. For each of these playlists, I tried to list bands that were formed in the state or artists that were born there. Massechusetts has The Dropkick Murphys, Boston, Paula Cole amounst many others. I can’t vouch for how enjoyable this would be to listen to unless you are doing the trip. I took me a lot of research and a lot of time to make and I’m proud of being able to fill that much time.

In some cases I’ve had to get inventive to fill the drive, so here goes:

1. Short Drive in a Little Car (MN pt. 1)

2. Wascott You Say? (WI Pt. 1)

3. I.C.U.P (MI Pt. 1)

4. Yes We Canada!

5. The Full Vermontie

6. Green Eggs and New Hampshire

7. The Maine Course

8. Hampshire Helper

9. We’re Boston Outta Here

10. Rhode Warriors

11. Connecticut it Out

12. Mass-ter Plan

13. York So Vain

14. I’m Tor-onto You

15. O-HI-O I Didn’t See You There!

16. Debt-roit

17. 1-800-Call-Gary

18. Home Alone  5

19. It’s Not a Tomah!

20. Think There Is Snow On The Ground Yet?

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