Top Ten Travel Songs from the Road

This trip has been a tough one between Music and I.  I blame most of it on Apple, who, for the second straight time, has given me a faulty ipod which fails to hold a charge after an hour or so.  Think about going on a 25 hour bus journey and having your ipod die after an hour… this, after you had just fully charged it for 4 hours.  It doesn’t make you a happy person, to say the least.  Luckily, I am quasi-narcoleptic and can pass out anywhere, so sleeping is normally what occurs.  But when I have had music, these are the ten songs that I have continually been going back to when I want to get excited about life, travel, and journeys with uncertain conclusions.  Apologies to Laffy Taffy by D4L and Rumpshaker by Wreckx-N-Effect for just missing the cut:

1.       Sunday – Bloc Party

2.       Lost –Coldplay featuring Jay Z –

3.       Where the Streets Have No Name – U2

4.       Crosses – Jose Gonzalez (Tiesto Remix) –

5.       Free Fallin – Tom Petty version as well as a John Mayer live version –

6.       Baba O’Riley – The Who

7.       Open Your Eyes – Snow Patrol

8.       Sweet Disposition – The Temper Trap

9.       Love is Noise – The Verve

10.   Fake Empire – The National –

This is obviously a subjective list, and one that is highly influenced on what I currently have on my ipod, most of which I took from friends.  If you have some other songs that you think I would like, shoot me a comment so I can find a way to “borrow” them on this trip.

–          RB

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One Response to Top Ten Travel Songs from the Road

  1. Ken Grosso says:

    Wherever did you get most of these tunes from… haha. Good picks.

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