This morning we released TIME’s list of 100 Best Songs of All Time. I’m sure you’ve already read through the entire list several times (what else do you have to do on a Monday?), but did you know that you can also listen to the selected songs on TIME’s special Pandora playlist? You can get it here:
We didn’t rank the 100 best songs because—well, could we really say whether Duke Ellington was better than the Beatles? Distilling decades of great music to just the essential tracks was hard enough (we did group the songs by decade to make the list navigable, though). Pandora takes our list, shuffles it together, and deals out 90 years of great music into one big mix of aural entertainment. I’m listening to the station right now; I’ve just heard Joni Mitchell followed by Bing Crosby followed by Michael Jackson followed by a WWII song that makes fun of Nazis. I can’t wait til I get to the Wu-Tang Clan.
With more than 100 million registered users, Pandora can be accessed at work, at home and on mobile devices. Its interactive station will even let you rate our songs with thumbs-up or thumbs-down. Check it out, and let us know what you think.
(MORE: TIME’s All-Time 100 Best Songs)