Stop, collaborate and listen!

The Beacon stopped random Emerson students on the street and asked them to click through the “shuffle songs” section of their iPod… in essence, to expose their souls. Here are the results from one brave Emersonian.

David Ziemlak, freshman marketing communication major

Frank Sinatra – “Come Fly With Me”

“When I’m driving I like to sing along with it in my big, old Frank Sinatra character voice.”

System of a Down – “Toxicity”

“Because we all have some rage sometimes.”

Kanye West – “Love Lockdown”

“I’m a little embarrassed. But it’s got really good beats.”

Portishead – “Silence”

“Good song. Not my favorite Portishead song, but it’s a good one.”

The Proclaimers – “I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles)”/

“Excellent song, love it!”

Rihanna – “Don’t Stop the Music”

“It’s a good dancing song.”

The Rolling Stones – “It’s Only Rock and Roll”

“This is working out to be a good list.”

Queen – “Fat Bottomed Girls”

“Well, it’s Queen, so it’s amazing.”

Bono – “Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds”

“Ehhhh, well, [the Across the Universe/soundtrack] has some great songs on it.”

Outkast – “The Way You Move”

“Wow, that’s really throwback.”