17 April 2008

The Emerald City, Pt. II: From Seattle

Yesterday I posted some songs all about Seattle, and many of those artists are also from the area as well (Nirvana, MxPx, Sir Mix-a-Lot). At the risk of being redundant, here's a few more songs from them, plus a ton from other local natives. Some you might know, some might be unfamiliar. Some are classic grunge, others are hip-hop, riot grrrrl, 70's rock, indie or folk, but they all run on the same theme: SEATTLE ROCKS!!


(What can I say? This city desperately needs the ego lift: by some counts it has one of the highest suicide rates in the world.)

Nirvana - Come As You Are (live).mp3

Pearl Jam - Hunger Strike (live feat. Corin Tucker).mp3

The Presidents of the United States of America - Volcano.mp3

Heart - Crazy On You.mp3

Foo Fighters - Everlong (live)mp3

Sir Mix-a-Lot - Buttermilk Biscuits.mp3

Death Cab for Cutie - Why You'd Want to Live Here.mp3

Minus the Bear - Pachuca Sunrise.mp3

Sleater-Kinney - Dig Me Out.mp3

Mudhoney - The Straight Life.mp3

The Blood Brothers - Love Rhymes With Hideous Car Wreck.mp3

Blue Scholars - Blink.mp3

Soundgarden - Black Hole Sun.mp3

MxPx - I'm OK, You're OK.mp3

Hole - Miss World.mp3

Candlebox - You.mp3

The Long Winters - Blue Diamonds.mp3

Jimi Hendrix - Little Wing.mp3

3 comments:

Megan said...

Dude. Aberdeen is my alma mater. It isn't that bad. For instance, there is the... the... bridge to see and the... um... walmart?

June said...

haha, exactly. plus, all the Tsunami Evacuation Route signs are a riot.

Luke Hunter James-Erickson said...

you guys rock. jsyk :)