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10 Songs: Friday. Match 13th, 2015

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Lord Huron Walk Right Back

1 – The World Ender – Lord Huron – I dismissed this out of hand the other day but more out of pique that it wasn’t “Fool For Love” than anything personal, a coupla more listens and it reveals itself as a twangy West meets rockabilly song with a very tasty drum roil – B+

2 – Sometimes – Heems – The Asian bloke from Das Racist with a first rate verbal hook, the man can really rhyme and makes the hump from crew to solo and very well – B+

3 – Jay Z – Goodbye Tomorrow – Yup, those names just keep on dropping Last month it was Drake and Madonna, back in the day H20 and right here and now, the big kahuna gets a shout out on this trippy hip hop – B+

4 – True Zero – Cancer Bats – Very loud metalcore (not punk)

5 – (My Baby Does) Good Sculpture – The Rezillos – Coolest love song, with an addictive lick and the best reason for true love around – A

6 – The Singer Not The Song – Alex Chilton – Completely nails it – A

7 – Rip This Joint – The Rolling Stones – They let it rock – A+

8 – Full House – Nick Catchdubs – Heems on this, and what’s with that sample? – B+

9 – Miss You – The Rolling Stones – Made them relevant one more time – A+

10 – Gathering Down – Rockford – The great Cali youngsters are on a bummer of monumental proportions.  Who is the pianist? – A-

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