John Rzeznik's Picks
Back in 1985, the newly minted Goo Goo Dolls were a scrappy, irreverent group who took a page out of The Replacements' book with pop punk nuggets such as "Up Yours" and "Just the Way You Are." Eventually, they became a fixture on alternative radio and have since sold more than 10 million albums worldwide. Earlier this year, the band released Magnetic, which features the song "Come to Me," a sparkling acoustic gem and the latest entry on the band's hit-heavy resume. In the wake of that single's success, we asked Goo Goo Dolls frontman John Rzeznik for a playlist of his favorite songs, and he happily obliged. From The Rolling Stones and Bob Marley to Lorde and Daft Punk, Rzeznik delivers a mix of classic rock and new hits. Enjoy.