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May312011

Essay Writing/Revision Playlist

Last week I finished University for good, but I promised that I would do an Essay Writing/Revision playlist for everyone who is still at School, College or University. Everyone has their own way of writing/learning; mine was to listen to music, but more specifically, instrumental music. Certain people listened to the Top 40 on repeat in the library, but for me it was impossible to do writing (or any type of learning) when there was lyrics constantly going around in my head. Below are 18 tracks which sum up the sort of thing that I listened to during the writing of my Dissertation, and will hopefully help you with the work that you're doing at the moment . Enjoy, but most importantly, GOOD LUCK!

1. Andrea Guerra - Where's My Shoe
2. The Foreign Exchange - Daykeeper (Instrumental)
3. Nujabes - Reflection Eternal
4. 80s Casual - Fly Away
5. Jay Dee - Kamaal
6. Kev Brown - Albany (Instrumental)
7. Illa J - Sounds Like Love (Instrumental)
8. Gramatik - The Prophet
9. Pete Rock - A Little Soul
10. Vitamin D - Down With The Discount
11. KanYe West - School Spirit (Instrumental)
12. Gramatik - What More Can I Say
13. Lovebirds - The Rain (Instrumental)
14. Danny Byrd - Wait For Me (Instrumental)
15. Rob Dougan - Clubbed To Death (Kurayamino Variation)
16. The Foreign Exchange - Come Around (Instrumental)
17. Slum Village - Fall In Love (Instrumental)
18. Andrea Guerra - Happyness

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    Nice to have such great tracks for the preparation. All the best to everyone for the writings. Thanks for the share.
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