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Seth Zenz | Imperial College London | UK

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LHC Collisions Playlist

The first LHC collisions won’t be for at least a few weeks, but there’s a critical question I’m sure you’re already asking: what music should I listen to for the big event? Here are some suggestions:

Collide – Howie Day
Key lyrics: “Out of the back you fall in time / I somehow find you and I collide”

Surfin Bird (Bird is the Word) – The Trashmen
Key lyrics: “A-well-a everybody’s heard about the bird / B-b-b-bird, bird, bird, b-bird’s the word.”

If You Don’t Cry – The Magnetic Fields
Key lyrics: “Another five years off your life / If you don’t cry, it isn’t love.”

Collider – Les Horribles Cernettes
Key lyrics: “You never spend your nights with me / You don’t go out with other girls either / You only love your collider”

Still Alive – GLaDoS and Jonathan Coulton
Key lyircs: “This was a triumph / I’m making a note here: huge success”

Have more song ideas? You know what to do: comment here, on Facebook, or on Twitter — with enough good suggestions, there might be another post!

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