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POZ Playlist: Team Recommendations - Anti-VDay

It’s the weekend again, so PropertyOfZack is back with a brand new Team Recommendations Playlist! Each weekend, different members of our team recommend both old and new songs for our viewers to listen to and enjoy. This week we selected some of our favorite Anti-Valentines Day songs. Check out our Team Playlist and listen to the songs on Spotify while reading everyone’s thoughts! 

Coheed and Cambria - The Hard Sell
Coheed and Cambria did it again. They got me off my chair, moved my hips, and got me dancing (seizing?) to another pop-tinged prog-rock anthem. The sweet-as-honey blues guitar solo mid-song is also a classy touch. These guys are good. And so is their seventh studio album, The Afterman: Descension. Get your dance on this Valentine’s Day. - Michael Meeze (@mikemeeze)

A Day To Remember - Since U Been Gone
This quintessential “I’m better without you” song is perfect for an Anti-Valentine’s Day playlist! And it just got angrier and more spiteful courtesy of everyone’s favorite pop-punk infused metal-core angry band ADTR! Scream it out and be proud of how you’re “so movin’ on.” Yeah. Yeah. - Mike Sheffey (@SheffeyzTweetz)

Alkaline Trio- Radio
There’s no better way to spend Valentines Day then to listen to Matt Skiba sing about getting his heart broken. In what seems to be the Trio’s biggest hit of their 17 year long career, Skiba sings about losing his mind and tells this lucky girl to go bathe with his radio. Alkaline Trio will be the perfect Anti-Valentines day band to many who are still having a difficult time getting over someone. - Justin Graci (@JustinHMGraci)

Bayside - Just Enough To Love You
“I hate myself for loving you like this/And I hate myself for hating myself just enough to love you.” Enough said. - Becky Kovach (@beckystrz)

Alanis Morissette - You Oughta Know
Taylor Swift should take notes on this song and write a real man hating song. I’m not sure how much more hateful it gets than this. And this statement is approved by Sydney Gore. - Deanna Chapman (@deechapman21)

The Get Up Kids - Valentine
Someone had to be that guy. “The constants aren’t so constant anymore” is as sad to me as the first time I ever heard it. - Zack Zarrillo (@zzarrillo)

Glassjaw - Hotel of the White Locust *Song is not on Spotify
When Glassjaw released their debut album Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Silence, they released one of the most brutal, blunt, and bitter break up albums (A+ for alliteration). Motel of the White Locust closes out the album, and cauterizes the wound that's been growing throughout the previous songs. You can hear him trying to cope with pain in such raw, unbridled anger that has never been matched. The chorus chants “Who could ever.. Who the fuck could ever.. Take the place of me?” steadily growing in rage. The song ends abruptly with a recorded voice looping the sentence “Pack your shit and leave, and take my memories of her with you.” Get angry. - Dan Bassini (@danbassini)

Balance And Composure - I Tore You Apart In My Head
Can’t come up with the words to tell your ex how much you hate them? Don’t worry; this song does it for you. It has that perfect mix of anxiety, resentment, and “How could you do this to me?” to really put the spite in your anti-Valentine’s day. - Brittany Oblak (@brittanyoblak) 

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