The WEXT Top 15

From our friends at Exit 97.7 WEXT, the 15 most-played songs on the station during the last week:

  1. Orphans - Beck
  2. Living Well is the Best Revenge - R.E.M.
  3. Lost - Coldplay
  4. Sausalito - Conor Oberst & the Mystic Valley Band
  5. Cath - Death Cab for Cutie
  6. Evil Urges - My Morning Jacket
  7. Sequestered in Memphis - The Hold Steady
  8. Strange Overtones - David Byrne w/Brian Eno
  9. Be OK - Ingrid Michaelson
  10. Chasing Pavements - Adele
  11. Come Around - Counting Crows
  12. Don't Do Me No Favours - James Hunter
  13. Dreamin' of You - Bob Dylan
  14. Eve, The Apple Of My Eye - Bell X1
  15. Flutter & Wow - Elvis Costello & the Imposters
The Top 15 from two weeks ago.

After the jump, songs that will hit the playlist for the first time this week -- including stuff from Ani DiFranco and Brazilian Girls.

Adds for the week of 9/8/08

Constructive Summer - The Hold Steady
Shattered (Turn the Car Around) - O.A.R.
Shine On - The Kooks
You'd Oughta Be Satisfied Now - Jonatha Brooke
Good Time - Brazilian Girls
Blue Monday - The Cloud Room
The Drums of War - Jackson Browne
Nothing Ever Hurt Like You - James Morrison
Stand and Deliver - Amy Ray
Auctioneer - The Broken West
Troubled Land - John Mellencamp
Smiling Underneath - Ani DiFranco
Don't Believe in Love - Dido


I know this has nothing to do with anything but I was wondering why people with bad taste in music are the same people who blast their car radios. Something to ponder, my friends. Something to ponder.

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