He's making his list...... he's checking it twice.... 22. List of People (to Try and Forget About)- Tame Impala- 7.438 Highest Score: @enjoy (10) Lowest Score: @soratami (5), @Jwentz (6), @2014 (6) Wow, I guess this was time for this to go. It lasted way longer than the other 2 bonus tracks and even longer than some official Currents songs. Maybe they should've put this on the album? Originally a leftover from Lonerism, the theme fits in with other songs from that era such as FOMO anthem Why Won’t They Talk to Me?. This song deals with the idea of closure and not being stuck in the past. In the age of social media, when you can literally reverse image search after having them pop up on your dating app of choice alone, can you ever really escape the past? Can you forget about them? Or will you find their ex’s sister’s workplace with a public social media account and follow along for new posts? In an interview with Zane Lowe (wow, I just found out those are available to even us non members of Apple Music), Kevin says this was one of the first songs he recorded for this album in between Lonerism and Currents, but ultimately, that's what hurt it in the end: I guess maybe one of the reasons it didn’t end up on the album Currents was that it was started on so early and I was so over it by the time I was finishing the album. But by the time I got to finish the track, I was really kind of like satisfied with it as a song and as a chunk of my creativity and emotion and stuff.I guess that makes sense? I'm not going into a study for how mature their lyrics are, but I feel like the title alone sounds kind of middle schooly and something you write on scrap paper to throw out and get off your chest promptly. I guess it could've fit earlier on in the album before he got closure and moved on but yeah. My general policy is interludes can always be replaced with full songs but I'm glad Kevin is giving us something during the wait for their next album. Musically? It's mopre guitar based than the rest of the album but it's also pretty short (4:42). There's a consistent drum throughout and some synths. His voice is a little deeper than usual. There's a bleep around the 2:40 mark. Towards the end of the song it sort of sounds like Eventually and Yes I'm Changing where it carries off. @happiestgirl (8): "Sadly relatable!" @Remorque (8.5): "The struggle to not tag people is fucking real, y’all." Don't worry, this thread never leaves page 2. Your secret is safe with us. @constantino (7): "I really like this as a bonus track but I don’t think it would’ve added anything to the main album."