Mixtape

For some, Thanksgiving means a day off from classes, seeing family and friends and reflecting on everything we are thankful for. For others, it’s turkey dump time. Thanksgiving is the first holiday of the school year and the perfect opportunity for students to return home and break up with their long distance sweethearts face to face. If you find yourself a victim of the turkey dump, your only consolation is to bury yourself in mountains of gravy, and mentally spite your ex by listening to angsty breakup tunes. Just remember things will get better.  Look at my girl B (track 14) who, post-bozo, has a famous man and an even more famous pregnancé.

Listen to the mixtape here: http://8tracks.com/the_concordian/turkey-dump

SIDE A / STEP ONE: WALLOW IN SELF-PITY

1. “Left and Leaving” – The Weakerthans – Left and Leaving
2. “Someone Like You” – Adele – 21
3. “Marvin’s Room” – Drake – Take Care
4. “Breakeven” – The Script – The Script
5. “Everything I’m Not” – The Veronicas – The Secret Life of…
6. “Leave the Pieces” – The Wreckers – Single
7. “Dancing On My Own” – Robyn – Body Talk Pt. 1
8. “Be Alright” – Vienne – Vienne
9. “Bad Dream” – Keane – Under The Iron Sea
10. “I’m Not Crying” – Flight of the Conchords – The Distant Future

SIDE B / STEP TWO: GET ANGRY (AND GET OVER IT)

11. “Jude Law and a Semester Abroad” – Brand New – Your Favorite Weapon
12. “Superman” – Eminem – The Eminem Show
13. “You Oughta Know” – Alanis Morissette – Jagged Little Pill
14. “Irreplaceable” – Beyoncé – B’Day
15. “Through With You” – Maroon 5 – Songs About Jane
16. “I’ve Been Thinkin’ About Something” – Hanson – Shout It Out
17. “Young Blood” – The Naked and Famous – Passive Me, Aggressive You
18. “Tears Dry on Their Own” – Amy Winehouse – Back To Black
19. “Song for the Dumped” – Ben Folds Five – Whatever And Ever Amen
20. “Fell in Love Without You”  – Motion City Soundtrack – Even If It Kills Me

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