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Playlist: Best of P.O.D.

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I’ve been a fan of P.O.D. since the 90s, and I’ve continued to follow them throughout their career. This is a collection of my favorite tracks into a single playlist.



View on Apple Music, Pandora, or Spotify (in varying degrees of completeness).

A few notes…

For the most part, all of P.O.D.’s major-label releases (e.g., Atlantic, Universal) are easy to find across music services, but a couple of albums are incredibly hard to find. My original, local version of the playlist includes copies of:

  1. “Draw the Line” and “Full Color” from The Warrior’s EP (1998) on Tooth & Nail records. A copyright-infringed copy can be found on YouTube.

  2. “Addicted”, “Kaliforn-Eye-A”, “End of the World”, and “When Angels & Serpents Dance” from When Angels & Serpents Dance (2008) on INO Records and Columbia Records. A copyright-infringed copy can be found on YouTube.

Ryan Parman

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