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  • Admit You Love This Playlist Of “The 158 Guiltiest Pleasure Songs of All-Time” Music

    Admit You Love This Playlist Of “The 158 Guiltiest Pleasure Songs of All-Time”

    It was really only a matter of time before someone on this planet compiled a list of the “158 Top Guilty Pleasure Songs Of All-Time.”...

  • What To Pump When You Bump Uglies [He Said / She Said] Music

    What To Pump When You Bump Uglies [He Said / She Said]

    You’re waiting for your new date to come over to your house and you’re hustling like mad to get the crib half-way decent. You’ve already...

  • Drop Your Ball On This New Year’s Eve Playlist [FREE DOWNLOADS] News-ish

    Drop Your Ball On This New Year’s Eve Playlist [FREE DOWNLOADS]

    Whether you're hosting a party or pre-gaming before hitting up the club, you need to bust out some tune-age. By now, most people are tired of hearing Party Anthem, so why not drop a ball of supremely unique beats and tracks from the peeps at RCRD LBL? Their NYE playlist features joints from Wild Light, The John Henrys, Class Actress, Doldrums, Atlas Sound, and The Internet (great band name). There's no better way to guarantee a kiss at midnight. Send a one finger salute to '11 after the jump.

  • 100 Most Downloaded Songs of 2011 on RCRD LBL [FREE PLAYLIST] News-ish

    100 Most Downloaded Songs of 2011 on RCRD LBL [FREE PLAYLIST]

    With '11 leaving us in couple days, RCRD LBL has released its four-part playlist of their 100 most downloaded songs of the year. Featured artists include Chromeo, Cold War Kids, Lykke Li, Kanye West, Sleigh Bells, Foster The People, Fleet Foxes, Lana Del Rey, and more. Take a listen to the top 10 tracks after the jump then head over to RCRD LBL to see the rest of the list and download all tracks.

  • Make It Clap With This Lap Dance Playlist [FREE DOWNLOADS] News-ish

    Make It Clap With This Lap Dance Playlist [FREE DOWNLOADS]

    If you're a rapper who likes to make it rain or addicted to the smell of baby wipes, dim lighting, and flowery-smelling lotions (i.e. me), you just can't enough of the strip club. A lot of dudes think it's just one big wallet-draining cock tease, but those of us with ingenuity know to wear silk or stain shorts without underwear when receiving a lap dance. Still, with the economy sucking dong, we long for the days when, as N.E.R.D. put it, "You can get this lap dance here for free". Well, now it's come true with RCRD LBL's Lap Dance playlist. Check it out then download all the tracks for free after the jump.

  • Stuff Your Jive Turkey With These Thanksgiving Playlists [FREE DOWNLOADS] News-ish

    Stuff Your Jive Turkey With These Thanksgiving Playlists [FREE DOWNLOADS]

    If you're sick of listening to the play-by-play commentary during the NFL games or the sound of your aunt's voice is making your brain leak or your Friendsgiving could use a soundtrack, we've got just the (cranberry) jams for you! The rad crew at RCRDLBL has compiled two Thanksgiving-themed playlists for your jive turkey @ss - The Good and the Bad. No ugly, though - we've got plenty of that goin' on the TV. Baste your brains with thick beats after the jump.

  • COED’s Homecoming Party Playlists [Class of 2002-2010] News-ish

    COED’s Homecoming Party Playlists [Class of 2002-2010]

    Thanksgiving is all about football, feasting, and family. But, if you're in the 18-34 age demo, this time of year is also your high school's homecoming. You'll usually rage your face off on Blackout Wednesday, gnaw on some hair of the dog at your high school's homecoming football game against your bitter rivals, stuff your grill that night, pass out, then marvel at all the @ssholes losing their minds on Black Friday while you prep your 'puter for Cyber Monday. To get you amped for the plethora of parties bound to go down this week, we've put together playlists comprised of the past decade's most popular songs by graduating class. Check out each class's suggested playlist after the jump.

  • A-Trak’s New Fool’s Gold Mix Is Priceless [PLAYLIST, PARTY PHOTOS] Music

    A-Trak’s New <em>Fool’s Gold</em> Mix Is Priceless [PLAYLIST, PARTY PHOTOS]

    In today's world of electronic music, it's refreshing to know that not everyone is obsessed with making the next dubstep or Dutch house single. Some, like A-Trak, even still use *gasp* real turntables for their performances. In my opinion, this shows not only real talent, but also a dedication to the idea behind the DJ being a musician. As you can tell from his brand-new mix, the vinyl goes hand-in-hand with his funky fresh style of dance music. Don't worry, you don't need to be able to rock the tables yourself, A-Trak's uploaded his new mix for you to download. Check out his new mix from Fool's Gold Radio after the jump.

  • Get Your Mind Right With This ‘Studying Sucks’ Playlist News-ish

    Get Your Mind Right With This ‘Studying Sucks’ Playlist

    Midterms were a couple weeks ago. You either rocked the sh*t or sh*t the bed. With the holidays right around the corner, you've either taken your foot off the pedal and are coasting or you're freaking the f*ck out. We don't advise you do either of those things, so to get your mind right the rad party rockers at RCRD LBL have assembled this "Studying Sucks" playlist. From Moby declaring a "Study War" to Class Actress trying to "Keep You" focused to The Game taking a non-traditional kind of test, there is something for everyone here. So, plug in and silence the voices in your head with these concentracks (concentration + tracks) after the jump.

  • We Spill Chills & Thrills With RCRD LBL’s Halloween Playlist News-ish

    We Spill Chills & Thrills With RCRD LBL’s Halloween Playlist

    The rad dudes and dudettes at RCRD LBL have come through again, this time supplying you with "Chillers" from Creep, Dawn Golden & Rosy Cross, Chairlift, The Field and "Thrillers" from Hussle Club, Atari Teenage Riot and... Britney Spears?!? Shave your heads, kiddies, because this spooktacular mixtape will have all the party people boo-ing in a good way. Let us know which is your favorite track in the comments. Many thanks to RCRD LBL for the downloads! Click the link to check it out.

  • Occupy Ear Drums With This CMJ 2011 Music Marathon Playlist News-ish

    Occupy Ear Drums With This CMJ 2011 Music Marathon Playlist

    The CMJ ("College Music Journal") Music Marathon is an annual event where selected bands and artists play at various clubs throughout Manhattan and Brooklyn. This year's edition started yesterday, October 18th, and runs through 10/22. We thought we'd give you a preview (for those in the area) or a taste of what you're missing with this CMJ 2011 Playlist provided by our brohams at RCRD LBL, that includes tracks from Teen Daze, Caveman, PUJOL, North Highlands, Trash Talk, Widowspeak, EMA, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Class Actress, Oneohtrix Point Never, Mr. Dream, Guards and Friends. Check it out after the jump. Then crank that sh*t up to 99%!

  • COED’S Hurricane Irene Party Playlist News-ish

    COED’S Hurricane Irene Party Playlist

    A storm's comin'. At least, if you're on the East Coast it is. As Irene roars its way up the east coast there are potentially millions of people who will be affected over the weekend. New Jersey governor Chris Christie has already warned beachgoers to not make the trip to the shore and multiple shore-lined towns have issued mandatory evacuations. Many of you will be having Hurricane themed parties so we decided to create a Hurricane Irene playlist for you to enjoy. Check it out then submit any songs we forgot in the comments section after the jump.

  • The Ultimate Christmas Music Playlist (1984-2010) News-ish

    The Ultimate Christmas Music Playlist (1984-2010)

    One of the best things about Christmas time is the music. It's bright, colorful, and warm; just what you need to get through the cold winter months. I, being a young angry man, have the punk rock attitude of going a bit against the grain. While I do appreciate the likes of Burl Ives, Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, and even the wholly depressing "Happy Christmas (War Is Over)" by John Lennon, I prefer my diet of Christmas music to be a bit more modern. So today I bring to you, some of my favorite modern Christmas tunes. Enjoy!!

  • Class of 2004 Homecoming Party Playlist News-ish

    Class of 2004 Homecoming Party Playlist

    2004 was the year pop stars and rockers started loving the ‘80s, Green Day became opinionated adults, and Jay-Z said he’d retired. At least two of these things are still consistent in the present. Back in 2004, your homecoming playlist might have consisted of a bit of hip-hop, some ‘80s-influenced rock, and a pop song or two with a dance beat. Check out this class's suggested playlist after the jump.

  • Class of 2003 Homecoming Party Playlist News-ish

    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.

  • NPR’s Best Songs of 2009 (So Far) Playlist Music

    NPR’s Best Songs of 2009 (So Far) Playlist

    It's pretty obvious that if you're a COED reader, you're also big into National Public Radio. (Diane Rehm - total hottie!) So you probably already know all about their list of the 30 best albums and 30 best songs of 2009, so far. But on the off chance that you don't listen to NPR, or even own a radio, then we thought we'd fill you in, so you can stock up that iPod of yours with all the latest, greatest tunes.

  • Wes Anderson’s Perfect Playlist [Listen Here!] Music

    Wes Anderson’s Perfect Playlist [Listen Here!]

    If you're idea of "deep" and "meaningful" storytelling revolves around characters whose primary defining features involve being quirky, then you're probably a huge Wes Anderson fan. But whatever you think of the (sometimes) brilliant director, you can't argue his serious style credentials. So now that Anderson's revealed to ThisRecording.com his "perfect mixtape", "cool" people are clamoring to catch a listen.

  • 13 Unintentionally Gay Soccer Positions

    13 Unintentionally Gay Soccer Positions

    Who Knew Soccer Could Be So Gay? Jennifer Hudson’s Mother & Brother Found Dead Ricky Gervais & Thandie Newton Practice Palin Porn The Ultimate Pre-Game...

  • Sunday Playlist Music

    Sunday Playlist

    Sunday Playlist If you’re lucky, all you have to do today is find the best way to relax. So we’ve put together a nice chill...

  • Luisana Lopilato and The Week That Was: Oct. 5th–11th News-ish

    Luisana Lopilato and The Week That Was: Oct. 5th–11th

    With a name like Luisana Lopilato, you have to be famous. And this 21-year-old Argentinian actress and model has been blowing up in South America...

  • Boring News Day Playlist Music

    Boring News Day Playlist

    Schmolotics Some days, there just isn’t that much interesting happening in the world. But instead of leaving you to click aimlessly through pages of boring...

  • Pandora’s Screwed: iTunes 8 Hits All the Right Notes Stuff

    Pandora’s Screwed: iTunes 8 Hits All the Right Notes

    Apple released a brand new iPod on Tuesday and while the rest of the nation was captivated by all the pretty colors and the new...