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Music Monday: 2012 Half-Year Recap

June 25, 2012

Happy half Christmas!!! For your half Christmas present I have compiled the Music Mondays since the last half-year recap. As always, if you get a chance, send your suggestions for future Music Mondays to me at chashman@centerforinquiry.net, leave a comment below, or @tweet us at @CFIOnCampus. Your suggestions, along with future and past songs, may end up in the official Course of Reason Music Monday Grooveshark playlist or Spofity playlist that anyone can listen to.

Shelley Segal - “Saved”

 

Josh Ritter - “Thin Blue Flame”

 

Skrillex - “The Devil’s Den”

 

Frank Turner - “Glory Hallelujah”

 

 

Low - “Murderer”

 

Stray From The Path - “Damien”

 

Steve Martin & The Steep Canyon Rangers - “Atheists Don’t Have No Songs”

 

Kenny Loggins - “Footloose”

 

David Bazan - “Hard to Be”

 

Cursive - Happy Hollow [album]

 

ATHEIST - “Faux King Christ”

 

Two Gallants - “Waves of Grain”
 

 

Tool - “Opiate”

 

 

Josh Ritter - “Galahad”

 

The Plastic Wave

 

The Hold Steady - “Cattle and the Creeping Things”

 

The Vandals “People that are Going to Hell”

 

 

About the Author: Cody Hashman

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Cody Hashman is a Campus and Community Organizer at the Center for Inquiry. He graduated from the University of Northern Iowa, with a degree in Psychology, where he was the co-founder and president of the UNI Freethinkers and Inquirers.

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