Feb 10, 2012 12:00AM

Barack Obama's Spotify Playlist

Includes No Doubt, Bruce Springsteen, Ricky Martin, Wilco.

He's on Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, Instagram and Tumblr, and now Barack Obama has joines Spotify. The US President's first playlist on the music streaming come social network website is an interesting look into the music library of one of the most powerful men in the world. Although it's highly unlikely that he personally created the playlist (surely he more important things to do, like, you know be the President of America, right?), we have to give it to whoever put together this 'eclectic' playlist, which includes No Doubt to Bruce Springsteen, Wilco to Electric Light Orchestra. Props to whichever staff member included Ricky Martin ? sneaky little bastard. The songs will play during Obama's 2012 campaign events. Because Australia is a little late on the up-take with Spotify, the playlist is included in order below:

'Different People' —No Doubt

'Got to Get You Into My Life (Live version!)' —Earth Wind & Fire

'Green Onions (Single/LP Version)' —Booker T. & The MG's

'I Got You' —Wilco

'Keep on Pushing' (Single version) —The Impressions

'Love You I Do' —Jennifer Hudson (Dreamgirls)

'No Nostalgia' —AgesandAges

'Raise Up' —Ledisi

'Stand Up' —Sugarland

'This' —Darius Rucker

'We Used To Wait' —Arcade Fire

'You've Got The Love' —Florence + The Machine

'Your Smiling Face' —James Taylor

'Roll With The Changes' —REO Speedwagon

'Keep Marchin'' —Raphael Saadiq

'Tonight's The Kind of Night' —Noah and the Whale

'Keep Me In Mind' —Zac Brown Band

'The Weight' —Aretha Franklin

'Even Better Than The Real Thing' —U2

'Home' —Dierks Bentley

'Everyday America' —Sugarland

'Learn To Live' —Darius Rucker

'Let's Stay Together' —Al Green

'Mr. Blue Sky' —Electric Light Orchestra

'My Town' —Montgomery Gentry

'The Best Thing About Me Is You' —Ricky Martin

'You Are The Best Thing' —Ray LaMontagne

'We Take Care of Our Own' —Bruce Springsteen

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