End of the world playlist — and not just the obvious songs - Reverb

End of the world playlist — and not just the obvious Mayan apocalypse songs

Today, according to history’s most credible doomsday theorists, the Mayans, is the end of the world. Dec. 21, 2012 is the day that the Mayan calendar ends, which obviously means the ancient civilization predicted the end of the world, and didn’t just eventually find it pointless to make a calendar that went like 5,000 years into the future.

So, there are two options: Light candles and cry while recounting your meaningless existence or party because if it is the end of the world you might as well end it all having fun.

We here at Reverb choose the latter, so find some friends, and enjoy this end of the world playlist:

You can listen to the entire playlist on Spotify, too.

 

“Idioteque” — Radiohead

 

“(Nothing But) Flowers — Talking Heads

 

“Gimme Shelter” — the Rolling Stones

 

“What a Wonderful World” — Louis Armstrong

 

“How it Ends” — DeVotchKa

 

“Jesus Etc.” — Wilco

Click here or below to see the rest of the End Of The World List.

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  • ApocolypseLater

    Seriously? How could “It’s the End of the World as We Know It (And I Feel Fine)” by R.E.M. not be #1 on every End of the World playlist?

    • http://heyreverb.com/ Matt Miller

      No doubt that’s a great song, but I was looking for the end of the world deep cuts with this playlist.