End Of The World: Playlist For The Apocalypse

The Mayan calendar ends on December 21, 2012 and some people believe that this signifies the end of the world. NASA issued a statement on their website combating the doomsday prophesies saying, “The world will not end in 2012. Our planet has been getting along just fine for more than 4 billion years, and credible scientists worldwide know of no threat associated with 2012.”

We’ve prepared the best way we can, with music. Below you’ll find a playlist for the “apocalypse.” So if the world is ending or not, you can have the right music with you.

End Of The World Playlist

  1. Hello Goodbye – The Beatles
  2. Free Fallin’ – Tom Petty
  3. Smoke On The Water – Deep Purple
  4. Another One Bites The Dust – Queen
  5. Space Oddity – David Bowie
  6. Livin’ On A Prayer – Jon Bon Jovi
  7. If This Is It – Huey Lewis And The News
  8. Time For Me To Fly – REO Speedwagon
  9. Eight Miles High – The Byrds
  10. Stairway To Heaven – Led Zeppelin
  11. Land Of Confusion – Genesis
  12. I’m On Fire – Bruce Springsteen
  13. Coming In The Air Tonight – Phil Collins
  14. End Of The World (As We Know It) – R.E.M.
  15. We Didn’t Start The Fire – Billy Joel
  16. The Final Countdown – Europe
  17. Live And Let Die – Paul McCartney and Wings
  18. Eve Of Destruction – Public Enemy
  19. (Don’t Fear) The Reaper – Blue Oyster Cult
  20. End Of The Line – The Traveling Wilburys
  21. Suicide Is Painless – Johnny Mandel
  22. Ball Of Confusion – Temptations
  23. The End – The Doors
  24. Enjoy The Silence – Depeche Mode
  25. Highway to Hell – AC/DC
  26. Till The World Ends – Britney Spears
  27. Gimme Shelter – The Rolling Stones
  28. Apocalypse Please – Muse
  29. Waiting For The End Of The World – Elvis Costello
  30. London Calling – The Clash
  31. Seconds – U2
  32. When the Man Comes Around – Johnny Cash

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