Music From The O.C. Mix 4 – Soundtrack (Warner Brothers)
With Top 40 radio languishing in irrelevance and MTV all but a new Soap network, where’s a kid to find hip new music? On “The O.C.,” of course.
And The O.C. Mix 4 delivers. Whether you’re a sobby 14 year old girl fresh on her first break-up and looking to Imogen Heap’s “Goodnight and Go” for solace, or a hipster who dreams of the day when ELO’s Jeff Lynne will produce an album for the Shins and then happily stumbles upon AC Newman, we got you covered. Sure, there’s no Ryan Adams, but there is another Oasis-lovin’ Anglophile giving his best with Matt Pond PA’s cover of “Champaign Supernova.”
Whether you’re Chino or Cohen, there’s plenty on this mix to help you bag that Doe Eyed Fawn or Summer. So, put the top down and crank up the Aqueduct, it’s going to be another great season in the sun.
Check out the Glorious Noise interview with OC music supervisor, Alexandra Patsavas. Be sure to catch up on all of the previous Glorious Noise OC coverage.