Best of 2008
From The Art and Popular Culture Encyclopedia
best of 2008
- Here's a mixtape, too bad you can't make a playlist out of this ... where is web 2.0 when you need it?
Over the course of the year, it has been "Konijntje" that saw me returning to YouTube most faithfully. It is my first entry in "Best single of 2008," in the category slow and sleazy. A second entry is "Everyone Nose (All the Girls Standing in the Line for the Bathroom)" by P. Williams; category cocaine songs. A third "I'll Kill Her" by Soko,; category violent jealousy.
A fourth is "Raggamuffin" an unpublished composition by Belgian singer songwriter Selah Sue, currently playing on my MySpace; in the category young and lively. The fifth entry is "American Boy" by Estelle; in the same category as the previous song. The sixth is the Soulwax's remix of "You Can't Always Get What You Want"; category dancefloor. Next are "Blind" by Hercules and Love Affair; dancefloor, mournful, "Strange Overtones" by Byrne; for the nobrow category and "Corporate Cannibal" by Grace Jones; discotheque category and "You Give a Little Love" (the GTA Coca-Cola ad commericial, unpublished); in the category last song of the evening.