Spotify Hits

Every now and then, when you thought it wasn’t possible to come up with any more good uses of the internet, something new comes along. The latest addition this the list is Spotify, an application you’ve probably heard of and might even be using.

The technology behind Spotify isn’t new, audio streaming has been around for ages, but the idea is brilliant: With the Spotify client you have access to millions and millions of tracks right there on your computer. Since it’s streamed to your computer, there is no need to download any music, all you need is an internet connection and off you go.

This is of course a brilliant way to find new artists and favorite bands and to brush up on some old ones. Over the lasts couple of months, I’ve been putting together my own Spotify Hits playlist that I thought I’d share with you.

I guess there will be a few surprises in there.

01RihannaGood Girl Gone Bad - Soul Seekerz
02The ScriptWe Cry - Bimbo Jones Remix
03Mark KnopflerSailing to Philadelphia
04John MayerBelief
05David GrayThe Other Side
06Angus & Julia StonePaper Aeroplane
07Chris ReaThe Road to Hell Part 2 - LP Version
08Bon IverBlood Bank
09Johnny CashHighway Man
10John MayerSomething’s Missing
11David GraySail Away
12Angus & Julia StoneJust a Boy
13Lene MarlinHere We Are
14John MayerI Don’t Trust Myself (In Loving You)
15Sigur RósSæglópur
16Bon Iverre:stacks
17White LiesTo Lose My Life
18Bloc PartySigns - Armand Van Helden Remix
19Pete YornUndercover
20Adiam DymottMiss You
21Bloodhound GangFoxtrot Uniform Charlie Kilo
22John MayerNeon - Live at the Nokia Theater
23AidenScavengers of the Dead
24Angus & Julia StoneThe Beast

Click here (http link) to access the playlist directly in your own Spotify client.


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