Because they usually suck. But when they don't, they hit hawrd.
  1. B-Boy Bouillabaisse
    Beastie Boys - Paul's Boutique
  2. Kanye West - Lost in the World/Who Will Survive in America?
    Technically, the real last track is Gil Scott-Heron's spoken word, but paired with the last song, as part of My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, it's perfect.
    Suggested by @eliolsberg
  3. Static / Diamond Bollocks (hidden track)
    Beck - Mutations. Two of my very favorite songs of his.
    Suggested by @tothemaxxx
  4. Weezer- Only in Dreams
    Suggested by @joshbard
  5. Volcano - Modern Guilt, Beck
    Suggested by @dev
  6. Bob Dylan - Sad Eyed Lady of the Lowlands
    Or Desolation Row. Or It's All Over Now Baby Blue. Or Buckets of Rain.
    Suggested by @kavutskiy
  7. Bruce Springsteen - Jungleland
    Suggested by @kavutskiy
  8. Side of the Road - Sea Change, Beck
    Suggested by @dev
  9. David Bowie - Rock and Roll Suicide
    Suggested by @kavutskiy
  10. Fleetwood Mac - Gold Dust Woman
    Suggested by @kavutskiy
  11. The Clash - Train In Vain
    Suggested by @evanp
  12. Road Trippin'- red hot chili peppers
    Off the album Californication
    Suggested by @beccatillinghast
  13. Goodbye Sky Harbor - Jimmy Eat World
    Suggested by @Dustin
  14. Led Zeppelin - "When the Levee Breaks"
    Led Zeppelin IV
    Suggested by @13spencer
  15. Misfits - "American Nightmare"
    Legacy of Brutality
    Suggested by @13spencer
  16. Kanye West- "Bound 2"
    The only bit of music on Yeezus, it sounds like relief and is a potent end to any playlist.
    Suggested by @LevNovak