Hello, Ya Music Mixin’ Buckaroos!
We hope you had as much fun attending SDCC with us from home as you did making last week’s playlist! After listening through all of your choices, all we can say is that you blew us away with your vision and creativity. Each song offered food for thought for future plans, and provides just the right amount of inspiration to help us keep the midnight oil burning right on through to next year’s SDCC!
Click the arrow to see the full list of what you came up with, below!
- “Radioactive," by Imagine Dragons
- “Warriors,” by Imagine Dragons
- “Going Home,” by Kirby Krackle
- “If I Was Your Vampire,” by Marylin Manson.
- “White & Nerdy,” by Weird Al Yankovic
- “She’s Got It,” by Little Richard
- “Crazy Man, Crazy,” by Bill Haley & His Comets
- “Everybody Loves a Clown,” by Gary Lewis & The Playboys
- “Oh, Pretty Woman,” by Roy Orbison
- “What Lies Beneath,” by Breaking Benjamin
- “Here We Are,” by Breaking Benjamin
- “Brighter Than The Sun,” by Colbie Caillat
- “Top of the World,” by The Carpenters
- “You Cant Always Get What You Want,” by The Rolling Stones
- “Who do you want to be,” by Oingo Boingo
- “The Fanatic," by Felony
- “Loud Love,” by Soundgarden
- “How the Gods Kill,” by Danzig
- “Like a Feather,” by Nikka Costa
- “Waitin’ For Superman,” by Flaming Lips
- “Thunderstruck,” by ACDC
- “Juke Box Hero,” by Foreigner
- “Waiting for Superman,” by Daughtry
- “Flash,” by Queen
- “The Outsiders,” by Eric Church
- “Do You Know the Way to San Jose?” by Dionne Warwick
- “Ants Marching,” by The Dave Matthews Band
- “Pure Imagination,” by Gene Wilder (from Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory)
- “The Man With All The Toys,” by the Beach Boys
- “Scary Monsters (and Super Creeps),” by David Bowie
- “Don’t Stand So Close To Me,” by The Police
- “That Smell,” by Lynyrd Skynyrd
- “I Wish I Could Fly Like Superman,” by The Kinks
- “Masquerade,” by Andrew Lloyd Webber (from The Phantom of the Opera)
- “Rock This Country,” by Shania Twain
- “Hero,” by Nickelback
- “It’s a Small World,” by The Sherman Brothers (from Disney)
- “Oh Boy,” by Buddy Holly & The Crickets
- “Fun Fun Fun,” by The Beach Boys
- “A Whole New World,” by Peabo Bryson & Regina Belle
- “One Way Ticket,” by LeAnn Rimes
- “Dance With Somebody,” by The Midnight
- “Are Friends Electric?” by The Dead Weather (Gary Numan cover)
- “Lonely Gun,” by CYN
- “A Real Hero,” by College & Electric Youth
- “Soul to Squeeze,” by The Red Hot Chili Peppers
- “The Night Begins to Shine,” by (from Teen Titans Go!)
- “Face to Face,” by Siouxsie and the Banshees
- “Twist of Fate,” by Olivia Newton-John
- “Ask,” by The Smiths
- “The Reason,” by Hoobastank
- “Dig,” by Incubus
This Week’s Theme:
A Week of Westerns with Jonah Hex!
As some of you might’ve heard, the Jonah Hex movie is coming to DC Universe, and being the community that we are, you know it’s bound to make for a rollicking good time! Considering, with the recent add of a new title to the service, our introduction to… spoiler alert, someone who happens to be a distant relation of his, we’d be remiss not to spend some time devoting a track or two to the man, himself, as well!
So tell us… in anticipation of the movie’s arrival, is there a Western-themed tune you’d use as soundtrack for saloon brawl, or a peaceful melody you’d listen to while watching the tumbleweeds blow by? What would you have on repeat while traveling horseback through dusty trails, from one place to another?
Let us know what comes to mind in the comments below!
While lyrics must abide to Forum Guidelines, the songs can be anything, of any genre, as long as it meets each week’s theme!
Curious what Mixtape Monday is?
Every week, we’ll post the title of our latest Mixtape, and you post a track of your choice in the comments below! We’ll follow up next Mixtape Monday with the full list of tunes collected from the week before. And if our “What’s the Last Song You Heard?” thread is any indication, you all have superb taste in tunes!