[Music Playlist] Friday Angst? Listen Here.

For today’s post, I thought I’d share with you some of the music I’ve been listening to. I used to listen to industrial music a lot more than I do now, but the majority of my music is mood-related and specifically geared for writing like a crazy woman. (Note: my collection is sorely lacking in a particular area. Namely, UK bands. Oh, iTunes!!)

To share my love (or pain?), I put together a playlist of twelve songs for you from my collection. There’s over three hundred songs in my playlist here at Monica Central — most of which come from a few really awesome soundtracks. I mean, who wouldn’t want to wake up to Mortal Kombat?

If you can’t listen to the player, here’s the direct link: Monica’s Angst Playlist from Playlist.com

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One Response to [Music Playlist] Friday Angst? Listen Here.
  1. Pete Figtree

    I like this…kinda like seeing into the writer’s process. Keep posting these playlists.


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