Tuesday Tunes: We’re Not Generation Throwaway

As of right now, most of us are stressed out with upcoming final exams, end of year deadlines, or holiday rushes at work. But a lot of us are also heartsick because of world issues that seem beyond our control. It’s easy to feel completely helpless when we think of Michael Brown and Ferguson, Eric Garner, and the recent University of Virginia sexual assault allegations. But it’s important to remember that we all have a voice and we can all make a difference. We are not a generation to throwaway. Maybe this playlist will help you find your inner strength, maybe it will get you moving, maybe it won’t do anything for you at all, but today, that’s not the point. Find whatever it is that ignites a spark in you and use that to help change the world. Now is not the time to hesitate, it’s time to move forward.

1. The Phoenix – Fall Out Boy

2. Generation Throwaway – The Used

3. I Was A Teenage Anarchist – Against Me!

4. War All The Time – Thursday

5. Broken Record – War On Women

6. Last Hope – Paramore

7. Let Go – Frou Frou

8. Hands In The Sky (Big Shot) – Straylight Run

9. Nowhere, Texas – City & Colour

10. Ready and Willing – New Found Glory

11. Tears Over Beers – Modern Baseball

12. Tongue Tied – Faber Drive

13. All I Need – The Wealthy West

14. Tongue Tied – Faber Drive

15. Re-do – Modern Baseball

16. Medicine – Daughter

17. The Death of Emmett Till – Bob Dylan

18. On Our Way – The Royal Concept

19. So American – Portugal. The Man

20. I Don’t Care If You’re Contagious – Pierce the Veil

21. Kristy, Are You Doing Okay? – The Offspring

22. The Last Lost Continent – La Dispute

23. Everyday Robots – Damon Albarn

24. Modern Jesus – Portugal. The Man

25. Famous Last Words – My Chemical Romance


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