Music to cook by

Always on the lookout for the opportunity to appear on the fringes of yesterday’s zeitgeist we cooked up a plan to share with you – our faithful – an album choc full of infitessimally predictable and overexposed tunes that you couldn’t possibly have playlisted yourselves. We call it Cook-In – like the sauce you use when no-one’s looking – and it’s inspired by the tunes we like to listen to while we cook up a storm here at Yumblog Towers. From the custard-hued Yellow by Coldplay to the diarrhoea-themed Run by Snow Patrol via perennial favourite Dancing in the Moonlight by Toploader, we feel that there is something for every 30-something white English male out there. And what is more there is a special treat in the guise of up-and-coming band Crimson Order showcasing their fantastic song Hourglass – a classic for our time and featuring the dual drumming antics of Bloggers R and D. Pedestrian and MoR it ain’t.

Music to cook by

  1. Toploader – Dancing in the Moonlight
  2. Oasis – Wonderwall
  3. Paul Weller – Changing Man
  4. Ocean Colour Scene – The Day we caught the Train
  5. Coldplay – Yellow
  6. Snow Patrol – Run
  7. Keane – Somewhere Only We Know
  8. Stereophonics – Maybe Tomorrow
  9. Radiohead – No Surprises
  10. U2 – Beautiful Day
  11. Pigeon Detectives – This is not an Emergency
  12. Keiser Chiefs – I predict a Riot
  13. Toploader – Dancing in the Moonlight (again – same version)
  14. Kooks – She moves in her own Way
  15. Jamie T – Sheila
  16. Crimson Order – Hourglass

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