Happy Mixtape Monday, all!
As this community is well-known for doing, yet another theme was met and surpassed with last week’s playlist! So much so, that even a man with tastes as discerning as The Riddler’s, was impressed, and compelled to sit a spell and listen the list through to its entirety! That’s incredibly high praise, my friends, but well-deserved, as well!
To bask in the fullness of your exquisite handiwork, find the full list of songs below!
“Centuries,” by Fall Out Boy
“Hello Zepp,” by Charlie Clouser (from SAW)
“The Riddler,” by Frank Gorshin
“Kiss From a Rose,” by Seal (from Batman Forever)
“The Riddler Theme” (from Batman: The Animated Series)
“Learning the Game,” by Buddy Holly
“Bad Days,” by The Flaming Lips (by Batman Forever)
“Riddle Me,” by UB40
“The Riddler,” by Method Man (from Batman Forever)
“Somebody To Love,” by Jim Carrey (from The Cable Guy)
“Somebody To Love,” by Jefferson Airplane (feat. David Crosby)
“The Riddle,” by Nik Kershaw
“Don’t Jump to Conclusions,” by Annette Funicello
“Grunty’s Furnace Fun,” by Grant Kirkhope (from Banjo-Kazooie)
“There’s No Business Like Show Business,” by Ethel Merman (from Annie Get Your Gun)
“Letter from a Thief,” by Chevelle
“The Meddler,” by Chevelle
“1812 Overture,” by Tchaikovsky (performed by the National Philharmonic Orchestra)
“Ask,” by The Smiths
“I Know There’s An Answer,” by The Beach Boys
“Anything You Can Do (I Can Do Better),” by Bing Crosby & The Andrew Sisters
“It’s Not Easy Being Green,” by Kermit The Frog
“Lost for Words,” by Pink Floyd
“Everyone a Puzzle Lover,” by 10,000 Maniacs
“The Riddle,” by Helloween
“Catch Me If You Can,” by Alice Cooper
“Memories,” by Sean Williams
“T’aint what you do,” by Fun Boy Three
“Same Old Song and Dance,” by Aerosmith
“One Thing Leads to Another,” by The Fixx
“Picasso visita El Planeta De Los Simios,” by Adam and the Ants
“Route 66,” by Depeche Mode
“Working in a Coal Mine,” by Devo
“Sunday Girl,” by Blondie
“Call Me (Spanish version),” by Blondie
“Figure Eight,” by Blossom Dearie (from Schoolhouse Rock)
“Lemon Fire Brigade,” by Haircut 100
“From Here to Eternity,” by Giorgio Moroder
“Dancing Madly Backwards,” by The Flirts
“The Elements,” by Tom Lehrer
“Girls on film,” by Duran Duran
“623,” by Classix Nouveaux
“Muscle Bustle”, by Donna Loren (feat. Dick Dale & His Del-Tones)
“Physical,” by Olivia Newton John
“Snap Your Fingers, Snap Your Neck," by Prong
“Am I Evil,” by Metallica
"You Know I’m No Good,* by Marc Benevento
10x10," by The Yeah Yeah Yeahs
“Sexy and I Know It,” by LMFAO
"Speaking in Tongues, by Eagles of Death Metal
“Loser,” by Beck
“This is a Game,” by Nick Waterhouse
This Week’s Theme:
San Diego Comic Con Edition
San Diego Comic Con is almost here, and this year, with all of the changes that have taken place, we’re curious about what it is you’d like to see mentioned. Are there any announcements you’re hoping to see featured, characters you wish had more attention, or special guests you’re looking forward to hearing from most?
Let us know by sharing the song of your choice below - choices can symbolize the character, as said above, that you wish had more attention, represent your favorite DC Original show, or even act as a song you’d like to devote to your favorite artist, writer, or piece of work created by either. It’s mixer’s choice this week, so may your creativity be your guide!
What songs are on your playlist to hype you up for the 1st Virtual SDCC?
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!