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  • July 4th Jamz: An Essential Holiday Playlist

    To celebrate the day George Washington and his homies decided to hop in the drop-top and do a drive-by on England, we’ve compiled a list of some of the greatest July 4th jamz ever.

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    COED Staff Survey: Favorite Summer Songs–With Videos!

    Do you have a special summer song? One that makes you laugh, or smile, or puke? Sure, we all do. Some of them are just more em…

  • The #1 Summer Songs of the 21st Century: 2000-2011 (It’s A Young Century) [VIDEO]

    Summer's here, and it's time for music blaring out of cars with the windows open while the drivers are stopped at red lights. Sometimes there's even good music blaring out of the cars. Important music, if it's one of those special songs that end up defining the summer. But how many of those summer hits can you recall right now? Let's look back at the #1 songs that have livened up the summers of the 21st century...

  • Buggin’ Out, Cocker’s Wonder Years, Nelly’s Hot Sh*t, Big Sean’s Last [SONGS OF THE WEEK]

    Last week, the Boss squeaked by with "Jungleland" taking just 33% of your votes. This week, we feature tracks from A Tribe Called Quest, Big Sean, Nelly, Company of Thieves, and Joe Cocker. Check out why our music man Al Jones picked 'em, take a listen, then vote for your favorite after the jump!

  • Class of 2003 Homecoming Party Playlist

    In retrospect, 2003 is the year of reinvention of the pop star. No longer were Disney kids like Justin Timberlake and Christina Aguilera turning out cutesy songs for the under-17 set – or going through a “Can’t Be Tamed” phase. Instead, both Timberlake and Aguilera – as well as Beyoncé – knew that to have lasting careers, they need to produce songs to appeal to all ages – or at least to those under 30. In 2003, you didn’t need to be embarrassed to add “Crazy in Love” or “Rock Your Body” to your homecoming playlist alongside the latest trance track or The White Stripes. After all, everyone else had been listening to them all summer long, anyway. Check out this class's suggested playlist after the jump.

  • Class of 2002 Homecoming Party Playlist

    2002 – that transition between nu-metal and bland alterna-rock, before pseudo-indie acts like The Strokes, after boy bands and before tween Disney stars, and a few years before a clear 1980s influence. Call it the doldrums or a musical dead zone. For any college kit putting together the perfect homecoming playlist at the time, this meant hunting high and low – at the record shop or on KaZaa – for the right dance tracks. Considering the most popular singles of the year were by Nelly, J. Lo, Chad Kroeger, or Avril Lavigne, taking a Top 40 approach made you look like a too-eager-to-impress and doltish high schooler, while going too obscure meant seeming like a snotty music nerd. Check out this class's suggested homecoming party playlist after the jump.

  • Tuesday’s Album Releases: Taproot, Nelly

    I always sorta liked Taproot. I’ve never been able to explain why. Maybe it has been because they’ve alway…

  • CO-ED Music Video: Top 10 of 2001

    #10 Stutter – Joe #9 What Would You Do? – City High #8 Turn Off The Light – Nelly Furtado #7 The Space Be…

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