Lab Jukebox: Late Night Work with Scott Pilgrim

Hey folks, another installment of Lab Jukebox here!

So it’s late, you’re still in lab, likely alone. You need to keep your wits, but you also don’t want to get so jazzed up that you won’t be able to go to bed eventually (emphasis on eventually). My late night, early-in-the-week playlist? The Scott Pilgrim soundtrack!

With a variety of indie rock with ups, downs, and plenty of bass, this soundtrack will keep you working late into the night without making you go berserk!

No. Title Writer(s) Artist(s) Length
1. “We Are Sex Bob-Omb” Beck Hansen Sex Bob-Omb (Michael Cera,Alison PillMark Webber, Beck and Brian LeBarton) 2:00
2. “Scott Pilgrim” Lynette Gillis, Catriona Sturton, Amanda Bidnall, Carla Gillis Plumtree 3:02
3. “I Heard Ramona Sing” Charles Thompson Frank Black 3:40
4. By Your Side Paul Denman, Andrew Hale,Sade, Stuart Matthewman Beachwood Sparks 4:57
5. “O Katrina!” Ian St. Pe, Joe Bradley, Jared Swilley, Cole Alexander Black Lips 2:51
6. “I’m So Sad, So Very, Very Sad” Ohad BenchetritKevin Drew,Brendan CanningCharles Spearin Crash and the Boys (Broken Social Scene and Erik Knudsen) 0:13
7. “We Hate You Please Die” Benchetrit, Drew, Canning, Spearin Crash and the Boys 0:59
8. “Garbage Truck” Beck Hansen Sex Bob-Omb 1:44
9. Teenage Dream Marc Bolan T. Rex 5:45
10. Sleazy Bed Track Mark James Morris, Scott Edward Morris, Edward Daniel Chestor, Adam Patrick Devlen The Bluetones 4:36
11. It’s Getting Boring by the Sea Laura Carter, Steven Ansell Blood Red Shoes 2:56
12. “Black Sheep” Emily HainesJames Shaw Metric 4:56
13. “Threshold” Beck Hansen Sex Bob-Omb 1:47
14. “Anthems for a Seventeen-Year-Old Girl” John Crossingham, Haines,Jessica Moss, Shaw, Canning, Drew, Spearin, Peroff Justin Broken Social Scene 4:36
15. Under My Thumb Mick Jagger, Keith Richards The Rolling Stones 3:41
16. “Ramona (Acoustic Version)” Beck Hansen Beck Hansen 1:02
17. “Ramona” Beck Hansen Beck Hansen 4:22
18. “Summertime” Beck Hansen Sex Bob-Omb 2:10
19. “Threshold (8 Bit)” Beck Hansen Brian LeBarton 1:48

Lab Jukebox Jan. 6, 2012: Queen

 

So I’d like to do a feature here where I post a playlist that we’re currently listening to in the lab for your benefit. It’s just like being in the White labs, except you don’t have to get molested by our more frisky members (our lab’s reputation is pretty legendary around these parts). If you have Spotify, you’ll be able to click the link and tune in to what we’re blasting throughout Roger Adams Lab!

Queen – Greatest Hits – We Will Rock You Edition

So, you or a lab member have just had a paper accepted. Hell yeah! You’re all pretty stoked! Wait, the reviewers want three or four more reactions before they’ll publish? Well then, it’s time to get both pumped and upbeat at the same time! Enter Queen’s Greatest Hits, one of the best classic rock albums out there with enough guitar solos to get that reaction refluxing, thumping bass kicks to get you through that grueling purification, and Freddie Mercury croons to help you recover from the three day marathon you just agreed to participate in to get that paper out the door.

Congratulations, Shauna! Everyone, keep your eyes on JACS!

Track list:

1. “We Will Rock You” 2:02
2. “We Are the Champions” 3:01
3. “Another One Bites the Dust” 3:37
4. “Killer Queen” 3:01
5. “Somebody to Love” 4:56
6. “Fat Bottomed Girls (LP version)” 4:16
7. “Bicycle Race” 3:02
8. “You’re My Best Friend” 2:51
9. “Crazy Little Thing Called Love” 2:43
10. “Now I’m Here” 4:14
11. “Play the Game” 3:31
12. “Seven Seas of Rhye” 2:48
13. Body Language” (from Hot Space, 1982) Mercury 4:33
14. “Save Me” 3:48
15. “Don’t Stop Me Now” 3:30
16. “Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy” 2:55
17. I Want to Break Free” (from The Works, 1984) Deacon 4:22