On…. summer playlists 4 Replies Don’t you find that iPods are such needy things? They need constant attention, especially if you’re like me, and replay songs over and over and over again and thus tire of them stupidly quickly. Then I have to wait to find a new song obsession and set aside an hour, usually on a Sunday, to make a themed playlist for said obsession. (Do you do this, too? How else does one keep one’s iPod fresh and juicy? I don’t know. I am probably going about it all wrong, I know.) So. This is my new Hot And Sunny Summer playlist. Now, before the slating starts: I know my taste in music isn’t for everyone, in fact, one of the biggest fights Fox and I ever had was when he accused me of being an iPod Nazi at parties*. But these are my favourite songs…. for at least the next 10 days. Shout It Out Loud – KISSHere I Go Again – WhitesnakeThe Boys Of Summer – Don HenleyLove Bites – Def Leppard Tweedle Dee – LaVern BakerThunderbird – it says ‘Various Artists’ so who knowsJukebox Baby – Perry ComoCalifornia Gurls – Katy PerrySaturday In The Park – ChicagoAnimal – Def Leppard Jenny / 867 -5309 – Tommy TutoneOogum Boogum – Brenton WoodCruel Summer – BananaramaGimme Little Sign – Brenton Wood Any ideas for more summery songs? *I actually think people at parties welcome an iPod Nazi (though I’d call myself more of an iPod Enabler), as otherwise they might forget that gems like Express Yourself by NWA or Wild Thing by Tone Loc even exist, and that would be a tragedy, n’est-ce pas? Fox’s point was that sometimes people want to listen to their own iPods. My replying point was: but my iPod is better than theirs. He then said: see, that’s what I mean, you are an iPod Nazi.