Chelsea Clinton Wedding Playlist: Her Picks or Her Parents'?

Here’s a question. Who came up with the playlist for Chelsea Clinton‘s wedding? Was it thirty-year-old old Chelsea or her parents?  It seems like most of the collection of tunes to be played on her special day is way more in the vein of a baby boomer than Gen Xer. But maybe Chelsea is just that retro, preferring the musical pallet of her parents and their old school jams rather than newer school hits more popular with her generation.  Almost all of the tunes on the list were recorded before Chelsea was born.

Check out what Bill, Hillary and Chelsea will be boogieing down to here.

Here is the list that those sticky fingers of TMZ got their hand on.

“Wild World” — Cat Stevens

“The Dock Of The Bay” — Otis Redding

“Think” — Aretha Franklin

“Billie Jean” — Michael Jackson

“Dancing Queen” ABBA

“Higher and Higher” — Jackie Wilson

“Rock with You” — Michael Jackson

“The Way You Make Me Feel” — Michael Jackson

“Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough” — Michael Jackson

“Do I Do” — Stevie Wonder

“I Wish” — Stevie Wonder

“Proud Mary” — Ike and Tiny Turner

“It’s Your Thing” — The Isley Brothers

“Twistin’ The Night Away” — Sam Cooke

“Son Of A Preacher Man” — Dusty Springfield

“Unchain My Heart” — Ray Charles

“I’m Coming Out” — Diana Ross

“Dancing Machine” — Jackson Five

“Having a Party” — Sam Cooke

“Happy Together” — The Turtles

“What’d I Say” — Ray Charles

and the only two modern hits on the list?

“I Gotta Feelin’” — The Black Eyed Peas

“Beautiful Day” — U2

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