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The Brexit Playlist: tunes for a leavetaking

A little driving soundtrack for our friends in the UK.

WE RESISTED INCLUDING Hit The Road, Jack in this one.

This week, hand-picked driving playlist is dedicated to the state of the British nation in these turbulent times.

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The Brexit Playlist:

  • Cool Britannia (The Bonzo Dog Band)
  • Panic (The Smiths)
  • Danger Zone (Kenny Loggins)
  • Road to Nowhere (Talking Heads)
  • Dancing On My Own (Robyn)
  • Don’t Look Back In Anger (Oasis)
  • Anarchy in the UK (Sex Pistols)
  • I Want to Break Free (Queen)
  • Give It Away (Red Hot Chili Peppers)
  • Hello (Adele)
  • Dancing with Myself (Billy Idol)
  • The Final Countdown (Europe)
  • The First Cut is the Deepest (Rod Stewart)
  • The First of the Gang to Die (Morrissey)
  • Leave [Get Out] (JoJo)
  • This Mess We’re In (PJ Harvey)
  • Jealous Guy (John Lennon)
  • Highway to Hell (AC/DC)
  • Don’t You Want Me (The Human League)
  • Send Me On My Way (Rusted Root)
  • There She Goes (The Las)
  • Go Your Own Way (Fleetwood Mac)
  • Burning Down The House (Talking Heads)
  • We Don’t Need Nobody Else (Whipping Boy)
  • Money for Nothing (Dire Straits)
  • Breakfast at Tiffany’s (Deep Blue Something)
  • A New England (Billy Bragg)
  • Bigmouth Strikes Again (The Smiths)

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