Colin Macleod: Soundtrack To My Life

Colin Macleod: Soundtrack To My Life

Scottish singer-songwriter Colin Macleod takes TIDAL through some of the touchstone songs of his life in this exclusive playlist.


Best new song you recently discovered?

Electric Light Orchestra, “Mr. Blue Sky”

Favorite song to listen to in the car?
Golden Earring, “Radar Love”

A song you like to sing in the shower?
Queen, “Bohemian Rhapsody”

Best song you’ve ever experienced live?
Rage Against the Machine, “Killing in the Name”

A song that inspired you?
The Corries, “Wild Mountain Thyme”

Favorite song that you’ve written/performed on?
Colin Macleod, “Kicks In”

A song you wish you had written/performed on?
Ryan Adams, “Oh, My Sweet Carolina”

First song that you learned to play?
Converge, “Jane Doe”

Best song to listen to on while touring?
Callum Kennedy, “Lovely Stornoway”

A song that represents your childhood?
“Dueling Banjos” from Deliverance

A song that represents you as a teenager?
Bloodhound Gang, “The Bad Touch”

The first song you kissed to?
Limp Bizkit, “Break Stuff”

Best song for for when you’re head over heels in love?
Hank Williams, “Your Cheating Heart”

Best song for a broken heart?
Slayer. “Reign In Blood”

A song that always brings a tear to your eye?
Callum Kennedy, “Lovely Stornoway”

Best song for going out on the town?
The Weather Girls, “It’s Raining Men”

A song you’re embarrassed for loving?
The Weather Girls, “It’s Raining Men”

The song you’ve probably heard more times than any other?
Callum Kennedy, “Lovely Stornoway”

The song that means the most to you?
Bob Dylan, “Girl From The North Country”

The song that best describes your life?
Blink 182, “What’s My Age Again?”


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