Brewers Spotify playlist

If you’re like me, the first month of the offseason has been pretty rough. There’s not a lot going on, and next season seems so far away. I also like music and messing around with playlists in Spotify, so I threw together a Brewers-themed playlist using the songs Brewers players used during the 2011 season. Right now, there’s 28 songs, taken mostly from the official listing on Brewers.com. I’m fully aware the official list might not be accurate or include songs used earlier in the year, so if there are any others, let me know and I’ll try to add them.

The track listing is posted after the jump. If you have Spotify, you can check out the playlist here. I should probably note that not all songs are kid-friendly.

Track Listing
Ryan Braun – “H.A.M.” – Kanye West & Jay-Z
Craig Counsell – “All Along the Watchtower” – Hendrix
Yovani Gallardo – “My Time” – Fabolous
Carlos Gomez – “Mala Conducta” – Alexis y Fido
Taylor Green – “Layla” – Derek & The Dominos
Zack Greinke – “Boulevard of Broken Dreams” – Green Day
Jerry Hairston Jr. – “Get Up” – 50 Cent
Corey Hart – “Until The Whole World Hears” – Casting Crowns
Mark Kotsay – “Your Love” – The Outfield
George Kottaras – “Cherry Pie” – Warrant
Jonathan Lucroy – “Far From Home” – Five Finger Death Punch
Casey McGehee – “Simple Man” – Shinedown
Shaun Marcum – “Indestructible” – Disturbed
Nyjer Morgan – “Wanna Be Starting Something” – Michael Jackson
Nyjer Morgan – “Put On” – Young Jeezy feat. Kanye West
Chris Narveson – “Dr. Feelgood” – Motley Crue
Rickie Weeks – “Hustle Hard” – Ace Hood
Rickie Weeks – “I’m On One” – DJ Khaled
Josh Wilson – “Bridge Burning” – Foo Fighters
Randy Wolf – “By Demons Be Driven” – Pantera
John Axford – “New Noise” – Refused
Zach Braddock – “Prrrum” – Cosculluela
Tim Dillard – “Papa Americano” – DJ Kiky
Zack Greinke – “My Kinda Party” – Jason Aldean
Takashi Saito – “Bad to the Bone” – George Thorogood
Francisco Rodriguez – “Sandungueoso” – Tego Calderon
Prince Fielder – “Heir to the Throne” – Prote-J
Mark Kotsay – “Mr. Jones” – Counting Crows

As I said, feel free to comment if there are any of your favorites missing.

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