Rest My Chemistry: Ten Songs About Cocaine. Comedian Richard Pryor Sets Himself on Fire Whilst Free Basing Cocaine. This Day in History, 09/06/1980.

1.  David Bowie ‘Station to Station’

(from the album Station to Station, 1976).

2.  Queens of the Stone Age ‘Feel Good Hit of the Summer’

(from the album Rated R, 2000).

3.  Interpol ‘Rest My Chemistry’

(from the album Our Love to Admire, 2007).

4.  Fleetwood Mac ‘Gold Dust Woman’

(from the album Rumours, 1977).

5.  Grandmaster Melle Mel & The Furious Five ‘White Lines (Don’t Do It)’

(from the album Grandmaster Melle Mel & The Furious Five, 1984).

6.  Echobelly ‘Insomniac’

(from the album Everyone’s Got One, 1994).

7.  Oasis ‘Morning Glory’

(from the album (What’s the Story) Morning Glory?, 1995).

8.  Sia ‘The Girl You Lost to Cocaine’

(from the album Some People Have Real Problems, 2008).

9.  JJ Cale ‘Cocaine’

(from the album Troubadour, 1976).

10. Rolling Stones ‘Moonlight Mile’

(from the album Sticky Fingers, 1971).