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Thanks to dark humor, a COVID-19 Quarantine Party playlist now exists

We all have ways of coping through a global pandemic. For instance, assholes hoard medical supplies, zoomers go find solace in TikTok, while the rest of us rely on our dark humor. And this dark humor has given birth into a playlist for these trying times. 

Everybody, turn up your volume for ‘COVID-19 Quarantine Party’ playlist. Available right now on Spotify.

So far, the playlist has amassed 7,898 followers. This mix curated by user Alistair Ryan is a three-hour jam, with 56 songs from your favorite artists on deck. It’s the genre-inclusive, COVID-19 themed compilation you’re cynical yet low-key panicky ass is looking for.

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Dance your anxiety away to Britney Spears’ “Toxic,” start your own moshpit to Thirty Second to Mars’ “The Kill,” or reflect on your young fragile life’s weight to Soko’s “We Might Be Dead Tomorrow.” This playlist is for your parents, titos, and titas too. Enjoy the sweet stylings of John Denver’s “Leaving On a Jet Plane” while pondering if 2020 should be canceled, or maybe keep the positive spirits up as we boogie to Bee Gees’ “Stayin’ Alive.”

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The only music festival you’re going to is in the comfort of your own bedroom. With that being said, can someone add Fifth Harmony’s “Work from Home” up in this gig?

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