Hello again, and welcome to another exciting installment of Mixtape Monday! Last week, we put together a playlist for one of DC’s toughest fighters and fliers-Hawkman:
- “Once in a Lifetime”, by Talking Heads
- “Free Bird”, by Lynrd Skynyrd
- “Time After Time”, by Cyndi Lauper
- “Rann Thanagar Wars”, by The Corps
- “Soul Manager”, by Front 242
- “To Be a Man”, by StarKid Productions
- “The Final Countdown”, by Europe
- “Fly Like an Eagle”, by Steve Miller Band
- “Lullaby of Birdland”, by Ella Fitzgerald
- “Surfin’ Bird”, by The Trashmen
- “Learning to Fly”, by Pink Floyd
- “Just the Two of Us (TikTok Remix)”, by Grover Washington, Jr.
- “We’ve Only Just Begun”, by The Carpenters
- “Learn to Fly”, by Foo Fighters
- “Dreams”, by Van Halen
- “Flying in a Blue Dream”, by Joe Satriani
- “Theme from My Side of the Mountain”, by Wilfred Josephs
- “10,000 Miles”, by Mary Chapin Carpenter
- “Fly Me to the Moon”, by Frank Sinatra
- “Rocketman”, by Elton John
- “Rocketeer”, by Far East Movement
- “Bring Me to Life”, by Evanescence
- “The Only Thing They Fear Is You”, From DOOM Eternal
For this week, we’re highlighting one of the greatest predators of birds, the cat-Catwoman! What songs do you think would fill Selina Kyle’s playlist? Share your picks with us, below!
I’ll start things off with a classic I’ve enjoyed since I was a kid:
Due to the high volume of submissions and the limited number of hours in a day, we’ll be selecting two songs from each member, but feel free to share as many as you like!
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Every week, we’ll post the title of our latest Mixtape, and you post tracks of your choice in the comments below! We’ll follow up next Mixtape Monday with the list of tunes, two from each user, collected from the week before. And if our “What’s the Last Song You Heard?” thread is any indication, you all have superb taste in tunes!
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While lyrics must abide to Forum Guidelines , the songs can be anything, of any genre, as long as it meets each week’s theme!