Haha. I'm actually working on a version of "Don't Worry Baby" for a series of EP's with the songs on each selected by a different one of my friends.
Sounds like a pretty cool concept, actually. Looking forward to hearing more of it.
I thought this up while I was in class the other day. A band records 4 or 5 songs and releases an EP on the day of the seasonal change, i.e. first day of fall, winter, spring, and summer. Kind of like how Mae did the (M)orning, (A)fternoon, and (E)vening EP's. So, in the end, you've got 20 songs or so, and each EP is themed to fit the mood of the season (Fall's EP would be very dreary, Winter EP acoustic, Spring and Summer EP very poppy). It'd be a daunting challenge for a band to write and record 4 or 5 songs before each seasonal change (financially speaking, if the band were to be signed to a label. Otherwise, some home production could make the task either simpler or more difficult depending on the band's experience.) I hope this makes sense, but it's just an idea I had in my head. If I wrote more music/had a band, I'd like to give something like that a try.