Published on March 30, 2004 By LifeIs42 In Pure Technology

* Sol 2: So Happy Together, by the Turtles (First full sol with both rovers on Mars.)
* Sol 3: The Spirit of Radio, by Rush (HGA release.)
* Sol 4: n/a
* Sol 5: Stand, by REM; I'm Still Standing, by Elton John (Standup.)
* Sol 6: Lookin' Out My Back Door, by Creedence Clearwater (Revival.); Release Me, by Elvis Presley (Middle wheel release); Born to Run, by Bruce Springsteen (Wake up.)
* Sol 7: I'm Free, by The Who (Cable Cut #3); Going Mobile, by The Who (Egress.)
* Sol 8: You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet, by Bachman-Turner Overdrive (First dual surface nominal rover operation.)
* Sol 9: I'm Coiming Out, by Diana Ross (IDD release.)
* Sol 10: Pictures of You, by The Cure (First MI image.)
* Sol 11: Please Please Tell Me Know, by Depeche Mode (First MB data readout of soil.)
* Sol 12: I'm Leaving Here, by Motorhead (First drive since egress.)
* Sol 13: Little Honda (aka First Gear), by the Beach Boys (Jaunt away from lander.)
* Sol 14: Should I Stay or Should I Go, The Clash (We went.)
* Sol 15: The Flintstones Theme Song, end credits, Version 2 from 1962 (For the arrival at the "bedrock.")
* Sol 16: Slip Slidin' Away, by Paul Simon (Large slips along drive up to the outcrop.)
* Sol 17: Wake Me Up, by Wham (Touch and go.)
* Sol 18: Running Down a Dream, by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers (Drive along the outcrop.)
* Sol 19: Here I Go Again, by Whitesnake (Repeat of sol 18 drive objective.)
* Sol 20: I Like Dirt, by Red Hot Chili Peppers; The Pioneers of Mars, by Landa/Linsley (MI/MB and drive.)
* Sol 21: Send Me On My Way, by Rusted Root; Desert Drive, by Tangerine Dream (Drive back to El Capitan.)
* Sol 22: Invisible Touch, by Genesis (MI-MB placement.)
* Sol 23: Spinning Wheel, by Blood, Sweat, and Tears (Right front trenching wheel.)
* Sol 24: Trench Town Rock, by Bob Marley (Make use of the trench.)
* Sol 25: Fascination, by Human League (Regarding the img return from the trench.)
* Sol 26: Body Movin', by the Beastie Boys (Every rover part exercised.)
* Sol 27: Touch and Go, by Emerson, Lake and Powell (Touch and go.)
* Sol 28: I am a Rock, by Simon and Garfunkel (El Capitan target assessment.)
* Sol 29: Riders on the Storm, by the Doors (Heavy weather at DSS-63 and DSS-14.)
* Sol 30: Rock 'n Me, by Steve Miller Band (1st RAT on opportunity.)
* Sol 31: Rock around the Clock, by Bill Haley and His Comets (APXS/MB.)
* Sol 32: Let It Be, by the Beatles (Long MB integration -- no IDD or mobility.)

Does that look like an ordinary playlist?

This is not an ordinary playlist, this is the playlist that keeps Oppurtunity(Mars Rover) moving rather rocking!!!!
Playlist like these are played for NASA engineers to "cool down" and ease up the tense atmosphere in crucial stages of mission at JPL.

Hey Martian, are you listening....................

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