Hi Kids, Today I’m here to talk to you about the DeathList. What’s a DeathList? Well, as no-body asked I’ll tell you.
A Death List is your ultimate playlist. A compilation of your upmost favourite songs ever.
Think of a song you love SO much...these are the songs you would throw that song under a bus to save.
You have to be tough though, There are tons of tunes I adore that just didn’t make the cut. It’s hard to drop tracks you really love, but only the best of the best can make it
The DeathList really looks deep into your musical soul.
Also listening to your DeathList is a consent high.
Everyone should have a DeathList
1) You can never show anybody your DeathList. The DeathList is just for you. It’s like Schrodinger’s Cool, it neither cool nor uncool until somebody observes it. Once somebody else sees it you won’t be able to help yourself thinking 'maybe I should include this acclaimed artist to prove I like them' or 'maybe I should remove that cheesy pop track that makes me look uncool' and the whole point of the list falls apart. Sure, you can tell people “hey, this track is on my DeathList” or “I might trail this track in my DeathList” but you can never show anybody the whole thing.
2) If you ever, EVER, have even the briefest gut feeling to press Next or Skip on a track when listening to the DeathList that track MUST be removed. Your DeathList should be made up only of song you would never skip; that whatever mood you are in, whatever the situation, you love to hear. All the way through. Anytime. Even the mere hint that you want to skip a track means that track doesn’t make the cut.
3) A track needs to be at least three years old to feature in your DeathList. You might love something new now, but it needs at least a few months to stand the test of time.
Anyhoo, make yourself a DeathList. It's lovely musical catharsis.
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