The Hindsight Notes: Teenaged Playlist

12 Aug

The Hindsight Notes is a recurring section created for all you readers desperate to participate in THL, but lacking time to write a full letter. Each Note is composed of a question. All you need to do is answer it, in the form of a comment (below).

This week’s topic is music. Sure, it was before the invention of the ipod (gasp- pre-ipod??), but I’m sure you still knew how to piece together a kick ass playlist.

What were the top songs on your teenaged playlist? What memories are attached to those songs? There’s no shame here, folks. Backstreet Boys, Bon Jovi, No Doubt or Pearl Jam, we want to hear it.

As always, I’ll start us out:

5 Responses to “The Hindsight Notes: Teenaged Playlist”

  1. thehindsightletters August 12, 2010 at 2:45 pm #

    Isn’t it incredible how some pieces of music can be so inextricably linked to certain moments in your life? Songs have this amazing way of bringing back such vivid memories, like nothing else can. The following are my top 5 teenaged anthems, and the reasons why:

    (in no particular order)

  2. yoursonginmyear September 6, 2010 at 3:40 pm #

    Teenage playlist, hmmm..

    1. Q-Tip – Vivrant Thing (really? hilarious..)
    2. Deftones – Change
    3. Sade – Lovers Rock
    4. The Eagles – Peaceful Easy Feeling
    5. Christina Aguilera – Genie in a Bottle

    **I picked the first ones that came to my mind. Favorites from different times in my life. 🙂

    • thehindsightletters September 6, 2010 at 8:52 pm #

      Thanks so much for sharing your playlist- you’ve definitely got some classics on there!


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