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Music Monday: A Perfect Circle - “Judith”

December 5, 2011

I don’t know about you all, but it’s finals season for me. When studying or writting, and pleading to higher powers for it all to end quickly I like to listen to the most soothing music I can find. Recently I have been listening to the the Reddit Cogsci Playlist. Cool story right? 

Now, I told you that brief story to tell you a different story. On my way home from the library or finals-battle-station I like to rock out a bit. You know, do a little red-light-head-banging or impromptu steering-wheel-drums/guitar. The bands are usually along the lines of KoRn, Every Time I Die, Converge, Tool, Evergreen Terrace, and of course A Perfect Circle. Specifically, my playlist includes a neat little ditty called “Judith” from A Perfect Circle‘s debut album Mer de Noms. The song, I think, is fairly straight forward and should be on any heathen’s playlist. Enjoy!



If you get a chance, send your suggestions for future Music Mondays to me at, 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 that anyone can listen to.  





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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