In my continued inability to follow a god damned structure, here is a simple list of the music I listened to on Wednesday and Thursday.  I wanted to leave notes, but I spent last night packing and I have to spend today working since I’m going to New Jersey for the weekend.

Wednesday, May 9

  • Amanda Palmer – Have to Drive
  • Our Lady Peace – Sell My Soul
  • Conor Oberst and the Mystic Valley Band – Slowly (Oh So Slowly)
  • Snow Patrol – Last Ever Lone Gunman
  • Bloc Party – So Here We Are
  • Death Cab for Cutie – Information Travels Faster
  • The Killers – When You Were Young
  • Augustana – Either Way, I’ll Break Your Heart
  • Death Cab for Cutie – The Employment Pages
  • Bright Eyes – The Calendar Hung Itself
  • Florence and the Machine – Cosmic Love
  • Say Anything – Peace Out
  • The Bens – Wicked Little Town
  • Steam Powered Giraffe – Electricity is in My Soul
  • Steam Powered Giraffe – Out in the Rain
  • Steam Powered Giraffe – Captain Albert Alexander

Thursday, May 10

  • Nathaniel Johnstone – Elle Cambia
  • Abney Park – Victorian Vigilante
  • Death Cab for Cutie – Title and Registration
  • Say Anything – Anarchy, My Dear
  • Fall Out Boy – A Little Less 16 Candles, A Little More Touch Me
  • Matt Nathanson – Kiss Quick (x10)
  • Murder by Death – 52 Ford
  • Murder by Death – Three Men Hanging
  • Murder by Death – Steam Rising
  • Murder by Death – Another Year
  • Murder by Death – Brother
  • Ramona Falls – The Darkest Day
  • Hellblinki – Bella Ciao
  • Robots in Disguise – The Sex Has Made Me Stupid
  • The Seatbelts – Tank!
  • Matt Nathanson – Bullet Proof Weeks
  • Fall Out Boy – W.A.M.S.
  • Franz Ferdinand – Shopping for Blood
  • Mai Yamane – Pushing the Sky
  • April Smith and the Great Picture Show – Bright White Jackets
  • Panic! at the Disco – There’s a Reason These Tables Are Numbered Honey. You Just Haven’t Figured It Out Yet.
  • Damion Suomi – Pearls (Before Swine)
  • Fall Out Boy – Beat It
  • Brand New – Jesus Christ
  • My Chemical Romance – The Sharpest Lives
  • Mumford & Sons – Awake My Soul

And yes, before you ask, sometimes I AM a 15 year old girl.  Alas.

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