Playlist: Where I Was In… 2000?

So here’s part three now for Saturday morning and three of these playlist/posts now in one week. If you did missed it I did the years 1995 and 1985 as my own playlists, fave tracks as such. Now it’s 2000 turn with 30 songs which I love the best, hopefully something for everyone but once again more indie than anything else really.

11 Aussie acts this time round with 13 Americans so more than the Aussies, this time. With only a couple of English but two Germans plus one French and one Iceland too. If your a flag-spotter, like me? There are four covers with the songwriters who are: I See A Darkness by Will Oldham aka Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy who does sing backing vox on Cash’s cover. Red Apples was by Smog aka Bill Callahan who Cat Power aka Chan Marshall were both a very cute indie couple for a little while as well around this time. Death Letter is an old blues song by Son House which is dated back to 1930’s/40’s or something. Rabbit’s Revenge was original by The Melvins but not than you can tell or can you? Nick Cave did co-wrote Ute Lemper song so he does make it into my year 2000 list. Mark Lanegan is also singing/co-writing on QOTSA track too. But after saying the other day only one track from each artist, Thom Yorke is here twice but calling that duet more her than him because Björk co-written it with Lars von Trier, who also directed the film plus Thom guested on that PJ Harvey album but not on the track I’ve selected.

Edit (5/10/20) 73 tracks I’ve picked are listed below:

  • Magic Dirt – Dirty Jeans
  • Dirty Three – Some Summers They Drop Like Flys
  • Sodastream – Wedding Day
  • The Go-Betweens – Surfing Magazines
  • Tex Perkins – I Know Y’Know I Know
  • The Avalanches – Frontier Psychiatrist
  • Paul Kelly – Every Fucking City
  • Powderfinger – My Kind Of Scene
  • Ruby Hunter – Ngarrindjeri Woman
  • Einstürzende Neubauten – Sabrina
  • Björk – I’ve Seen It All (featuring Thom Yorke)
  • Warren Zevon – My Shit’s Fucked Up
  • Aimee Mann – Deathly
  • Morphine – The Night
  • Air – Playground Love
  • Modest Mouse – Tiny Cities Made Of Ashes
  • A Perfect Circle – Judith
  • Queens Of The Stone Age – In The Fade (featuring Mark Lanegan)
  • OutKast – B.O.B.
  • Primal Scream – Swastika Eyes
  • Sleater-Kinney – You’re No Rock ‘N’ Roll Fun
  • PJ Harvey – This Is Love
  • Elliott Smith – Son Of Sam
  • Bob Dylan – Things Have Changed
  • Low – Dinosaur Act
  • Ute Lemper – Little Water Song
  • Lou Reed – Like A Possum
  • Radiohead – Everything In It’s Right Place
  • Smog – Dress Sexy At My Funeral
  • Cat Power – Red Apples
  • Johnny Cash – I See A Darkness
  • Ralph Stanley – O Death
  • The White Stripes – Death Letter
  • Sunn O))) – Rabbit’s Revenge
  • Melvins – Blockbuster
  • Deftones – Passenger (featuring Maynard James Keenan)
  • Rollins Band – Are You Ready?
  • Patti Smith – Glitter In Their Eyes
  • Ween – Exactly Where I’m At
  • Peaches – Fuck The Pain Away
  • The Dandy Warhols – Get Off
  • Madonna – What It Feels Like For A Girl
  • Kylie Minogue – Spinning Around
  • Kim Salmon – Disconnected
  • Conway Savage – These Are The Waves
  • Charlie Marshall – Making My Way To You
  • The Fauves – Give Up Your Day Job
  • Even – Rock And Roll Save My Life
  • Something For Kate – Beautiful Sharks
  • Augie March – Here Comes The Night
  • George – Spawn
  • Ed Kuepper – Sinnerman
  • Spencer P. Jones – These Days
  • Asteroid B-612 – September Crush
  • Regurgitator – Crush The Losers
  • Shellac – Squirrel Song
  • Grandaddy – So You’ll Aim Toward The Sky
  • Blur – Music Is My Radar
  • Milla Jovovich – Satellite Of Love
  • Rage Against The Machine – Renegades Of Funk
  • At The Drive-In – One Armed Scissor
  • Metallica – I Disappear
  • Doves – The Cedar Room
  • Bebel Gilberto – So Nice (Summer Samba)
  • MJ Cole – Strung Out
  • Emmylou Harris – Boy From Tupelo
  • U2 – Elevation
  • Erykah Badu – Orange Moon
  • Lampchop – The Book I Haven’t Read
  • Mike Ladd – Wipe Out On the Wave Of Armageddon
  • Goldfrapp – Horse Tears
  • Common – The Questions
  • The Dead C – All Channels Open
Björk in her one and only movie Dancer In The Darker.

Cheers again 🙂



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