Listen: Dave Grohl Shares His Pandemic Playlist

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Rock ambassador Dave Grohl has an unleashed an eclectic flurry of tunes designed to satisfy every and all the different moods of the quarantine routine. 

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Assembling a selection of songs to share his official "Pandemic Playlist," with The Atlantic, the Foo Fighters' frontman curated tunes ranging from The Cars to Alice Cooper to Patsy Cline, aligning with "the many stages of isolation and anxiety, and to pair them with appropriate musical accompaniment."

Are you on double duty working your full time job while homeschooling the kids? After you've attempted to plow through some online tutorials with the youngsters, Grohl recommends you "slam the laptop shut and crank, [Alice's Cooper's] 'School's Out.'

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After a long day of emails, chores and online wormholes, Mr. Nice Guy recommends cuddling up with your quarantine partner and settling down to Art of Noises' "Moments of Noise." He sternly quips, "Face masks recommended, because WWFD? (What Would Fauci Do?)

Check out the full playlist below to indulge in your lockdown lullabies. 

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