Lynch said anybody who had made one should just go ahead and post it up so here it is, complete with album artwork.
Download: mediafire.com ?dmn3fizk2w5
The tracklist isn't exactly in this order...it's mostly alphabetical but a few tracks got mixed up in the actual mix.
Artist - Song
1. Big Audio Dynamite - E=MC2
B.A.D. is the underrated solo project from Mick Jones (The Clash) and this is one of their better songs. They use lots of samples, and it's really quite cool.
2. Blitzen Trapper - Gold for Bread
It's like Bob Dylan and Neil Young mixed with bits of electronica.
3. Blue Swerver - Zinedine Zidane
This whole album is so chill. It's like jazz and electronica combined, great stuff. Free legal download: http://www.jamendo.com/en/album/29457
4. The Clash - Somebody Got Murdered
Pulled this off of a bootleg from 1981. Just shows how electric they were. I listen to live Clash more than studio albums anymore. When Joe comes in one the vocals...it's just amazing. Sony needs to get off their butts and release this in better quality.
5. Defiance, Ohio - Calling Old Friends
Love this song, good band too. I think a lot of people here know the band but if not, go get their albums, they're free.
6. A Drum and An Open Window - There Will Be Fields For Us
This may be my favorite song of all time. I'll let it speak for itself. These guys instantly make me happy.
7. Dustin and the Furniture - Myspace Comments Won't Save You
8. Dustin and the Furniture - Rap Song
Had to include two songs by Dustin. This one is so much fun.
9. G. Love & Special Sauce - Rainbow
Great band, put on a good live show. This is off of a live EP.
10. Kelly Latimore - Yellow Throated Warbler
This guy makes beautiful music. You'll like it if you like Fleet Foxes, Bon Iver etc. Go download all his albums legally here: http://cllct.com/art/kellylatimore
11. Les McCann & Eddie Harris - Compared to What
Great live track off of my favorite jazz album ever, Swiss Movement.
12. Neil Young - Birds
Awesome acoustic guitar version of Birds. This is from a live recording, years before the song was done on piano on After the Goldrush.
13. Ozomatli - O Le Le
One of my favorite bands ever. The first album especially. Chali 2na and Cut Chemist from Jurassic 5 backed by a great Latin band, complete with a horn section.
14. The Smiths - What Difference Does It Make?
My favorite Smiths tune. It rocks.
15. Steve Forbert - Grand Central Station, March 18, 1977
They called this guy the next Dylan. He wasn't. But the songs are still great.
16. Stiff Little Fingers - You Can't Say Crap on the Radio
Brilliant song about a real event. SLF were doing an interview and called something "crap". During break, the broadcaster asked them not to use that word, so in the next segment, they used the word "shite" instead and were asked to leave.
17. Talking Heads - Life During Wartime
This is the version from Stop Making Sense. The best Talking Heads song in my opinion...
18. Ted Leo and the Pharmacists - A Bottle of Buckie
My favorite Ted Leo tune. Love the guitar and tin whistle.
19. Truckstop Honeymoon - Johnny & June
Possibly the best thing Kansas has to offer. It's country but good. This band is the real deal.
20. U2 - Seconds
This track is for anyone who doubts that U2 was once one of the most exciting bands in the world.