Sunday, October 31, 2010

Happy Halloween

I feel like the Halloween festival has a few phases, and most kids my age have entered the third level in its evolutionary process.  The first phase is the young age, where Halloween is all about getting a cool costume and trick-or-treating with your parents.  The second phase carries less emphasis on the costume, and instead is about obtaining (in many cases stealing) as much candy as possible.  The third phase, one that many college students enter in, suddenly has a heavy emphasis on alcohol consumption.  Either way, whichever level you may be a part of, Halloween is an awesome holiday.  To honor it, I made up a little 10-song playlist for you to download if you're in the mood for the creepy, eerie songs of Halloween.  You can check out the track listing below.  I hope everyone celebrated the way they wanted to this weekend and had fun, for's back to the daily grind.  Happy Halloweens and happy Sundays to everyone out there.

I'm In Your Church at Night by Active Child
Vanished by Crystal Castles
Irene by Caribou
Silent Shout by The Knife
Smokes Quantity by Boards of Canada
Double Helix by Emeralds
Ready for the World by How to Dress Well
Arcadia by Apparat
Everlasting Light by The Black Keys
They Are Night Zombies!!  They Are Neighbours!!  They Have Come Back From the Dead!!  Ahhhh! by Sufjan Stevens

If you want, you can download it here.

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