This article has been imported from chorus.fm for discussion. All of the forum rules still apply. For this week’s playlist I asked everyone in the staff Slack chat to pick one song that came out between 1996 and 2016 (roughly the time that AbsolutePunk was sort of a thing). It didn’t have to be their favorite song from that time period, but it had to mean something to them and be special for some reason. I’ve compiled all the tracks that were submitted and put together a playlist on Apple Music and Spotify for your weekend listening pleasure. Below you’ll find a more extended break down of who picked what song. You get one song — what would you pick? Track Listing The Gaslight Anthem – “Great Expectations” (Jason Tate) Modest Mouse – “Dramamine” (Aaron Mook) Pianos Become the Teeth – “Old Jaw” (Aj LaGambina) Jimmy Eat World – “If You Don’t, Don’t” (Eric Wilson) The Maine “Am I Pretty” (Anna Acosta) Yellowcard – “Star Struck” (Becky Kovach) Northstar – “American Living” (Blake Solomon) Mark Ronson – “Oh Wee” (Charlie Joseph) Carissa’s Weird – “They’ll Only Miss You When You Leave” (Zac Djamoos) As Tall As Lions – “Ghosts of York” (Greg Robson) Anberlin – “Adelaide” (Joe Deandrea) Copeland – “You Have My Attention” (Keagan Ilvonen) Jimmy Eat World – “23” (Craig Manning) The post One Song for Twenty Years appeared first on chorus.fm.