Aug
18
2008
By
The Staff
of Valet.
 
Five Killer Wake-up Songs

1.) "Sunday Morning," Velvet Underground

 

2.) "Wake Up," Arcade Fire

 

3.) "Sunday Sun," by Beck

 

4.) "Morning Has Broken," Cat Stevens

 

5.) "Wake Up And Live," Bob Marley

 

All 99 cents at iTunes.

Here Comes the Sun

Outfitting your nightstand with an alarm clock that's both stylish and functional is usually pretty low on the list of priorities, we know. But this retro-styled MP3 clock is too affordable to pass up. The old school metal bells might look like a harsh wake up, but they're just for show. The alarm sound is your choosing (your current favorite song or sound effect), imported into the clock via a hidden USB cord. $20, at ThinkGeek.

Up all night like some HTML-obsessed techie? ThinkGeek has a whole section devoted to caffeinated treats—from Javapop suckers to Spazzstick lip balm.

 

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