Audiences Everywhere - Watsky at 30: His 30 Best Songs (2016)

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Audiences Everywhere - Watsky at 30: His 30 Best Songs (2016)

Postby StevieFan13 » Tue Nov 07, 2017 5:28 pm

http://www.audienceseverywhere.net/wats ... est-songs/
01. Sloppy Seconds
02. Cannonball
03. Talking to Myself
04. Love Letters
05. Sarajevo
06. Lovely Thing Suite: Conversations
07. Cardboard Castles
08. Wounded Healer
09. Whoa Whoa Whoa
10. Hey, Asshole
11. Stick to Your Guns
12. Never Let It Die
13. Tiny Glowing Screens, Part 3
14. Moral of the Story
15. Strong as an Oak
16. Little Slice
17. All You Can Do
18. Don’t Be Nice
19. Lovely Thing Suite: Knots
20. Bet Against Me
21. Chemical Angel
22. The One
23. Exquisite Corpse
24. Going Down
25. Brave New World
26. Tiny Glowing Screens, Part 1
27. Yes, Britannia
28. Stupidass
29. Midnight Heart
30. IDGAF
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Re: Audiences Everywhere - Watsky at 30: His 30 Best Songs (2016)

Postby Harold » Tue Nov 07, 2017 6:30 pm

Stevie, I'm pretty sure that most people opening this thread will immediately have two questions:

1. What the heck is Audiences Everywhere?
2. Who the heck is Watsky?

Elaboration for both, please. This is the first time either source or artist have ever been mentioned here.

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Re: Audiences Everywhere - Watsky at 30: His 30 Best Songs (2016)

Postby StevieFan13 » Tue Nov 07, 2017 6:34 pm

Harold wrote:Stevie, I'm pretty sure that most people opening this thread will immediately have two questions:

1. What the heck is Audiences Everywhere?
2. Who the heck is Watsky?

Elaboration for both, please. This is the first time either source or artist have ever been mentioned here.

Thought it was self-explanatory (didn’t have to give a bio for every website I share), but to answer both:

1. Audiences Everywhere is a website of some sort. I’m guessing something pop culture-related.
2. Watsky is a rapper and poet (if you’ve listened to The Hamilton Mixtape, that’s him doing “An Open Letter”). He’s very good.
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