There is nothing more relaxing than chilling out on a Sunday afternoon, reclining in a hammock by the pool, or frolicking the ocean with friends. There is only one thing missing… the perfect soundtrack.
The Sunday Chill
compilation CD is the ideal accompaniment to a lazy Sunday. Complete with two discs, with thirty-seven tracks to help you to keep cool, calm and collected, you can pop it on at your next barbecue with friends, road trip down the coast, or while laying out by the pool.
includes a variety of soothing songs, spanning across the early ‘90s to today. It’s all soothing strings, crooning vocals and whimsical beats, as Oasis, Train, Pete Murray and Soundgarden enchant listeners with their gentle soundscapes. Then Lana Del Rey, P!nk, and OneRepublic will cleanse the soul, with their modern pop ballads.
Give your ears a musical massage, with Sunday Chill
Sunday Chill Tracklist Disc One:
Sunday Chill Disco Two Tracklist:
Magic! – Rude.
- OneRepublic - Counting Stars.
- Fun. - Why Am I The One.
- Travis - Rain.
- Gavin Degraw - Not Over You.
- Jason Mraz - I Won't Give Up.
- Tom Odell - Another Love.
- Hoobastank - The Reason.
- Jeff Buckley - Everybody Here Wants You.
- Miguel - Adorn.
- Train - Drops Of Jupiter.
- Porno For Pyros - Pets.
- Dinosaur Jr. - Start Choppin'.
- 3 Doors Down - Here Without You.
- Tonic - If You Could Only See.
- Switchfoot - Dare You To Move.
- The Calling - Wherever You Will Go.
- Oasis - Champagne Supernova.
Pete Murray – Better Days.
- Lemonheads - Into Your Arms.
- Shawn Mullins - Lullaby.
- Crash Test Dummies - Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm.
- Daughtry - It's Not Over.
- Fuel - Bad Day.
- P!nk - I Don't Believe You.
- Ginny Blackmore - SFM.
- The Civil Wars - The One That Got Away.
- Lana Del Rey - Summertime Sadness.
- Mike Posner - The Way It Used To Be.
- Benny Tipene - Lonely.
- The Shins - Simple Song.
- Soundgarden - Black Hole Sun.
- Lou Reed - Walk On The Wild Side.
- Living Colour - Love Rears Its Ugly Head.
- The Cars - Drive.
- Reece Mastin - Timeless.
- Love And Theft - If You Ever Get Lonely.