Mixed Tape Monday: Songs We Made Out to in the Country

Welcome to Mixed Tape Mondays. A day where we celebrate just how much we love a cheesy, heartfelt, emotionally charged playlist.

This week’s playlist: songs we made out to in the country.

Associate editor Jessenia and I both grew up in Brawley, CA, a small farming town on the Mexican and Arizona borders. If you ever wanted to do anything you didn’t want your parents to see – from getting drunk to swimming naked in ditches to having sex on a ditchbank – you drove out to the country, parked by one of the numerous fields and had your fun.

There was, of course, always music playing in the background, usually coming out of somebody’s truck radio and very often country, cumbia or 90’s/00’s pop rock. Here is just a sampling of the ones we’ve listened to while having fun. (Note: this list was made with help by our Facebook fans. That’s why you should “like” us on FB).

Nelly – Hot In Here


Guns N’ Roses – November Rain


Sublime – Caress Me Down


LFO – Summer Girls


112 – Cupid


DMX – Party Up


Santana – Maria Maria


Brandy – Have You Ever


Keith Sweat – Twisted


Ginuwine – In Those Jeans

Selena – I Could Fall In Love

Garth Brooks – Ain’t Going Til Sun Comes Up

Kenny Chesney – She Thinks My Tractor’s Sexy

Shania Twain – Honey, I’m Home

Bronco – Con Zapatos De Tacon

Lucero – Me Estas Quemando

Los Tigres del Norte – La Puerta Negra

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