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10 Songs: Monday, January 5th, 2015

there's no place like home

there’s no place like home

1. Confessions Of A MILF – Viv Albertine – Off the how did I miss that The vermillion Booker, the former Slit current author of the brilliantly named “Clothes, Clothes, Clothes, Music, Music, Music, Boys, Boys, Boys” autobigraphy, this is a catchy smart little nursery rhyme with a kicker: “there’s no place like home” – B+

2. Divine Sorrow – Wyclef Jean, Avicii – I missed this one last year, but it is a catchy piece of reggae and drum beats – B+

3. Ain’t No Woman (Like The One I Got) – The Four Tops – from 1973 and the other Tops share the lead, plus what’s the bet Hov’s Mom introduced him to it – A

4. Ain’t No Nigga – Jay Z – Off Reasonable Doubt, and it does something great, it adds not just a rap but another hook (the “ah huhs”) to the original – A+

5. I Think I Love You – The Partridge Family – A huge teeny bop pop orchestrated masterwork wall of sound of bubblegum – A+

6. Latch – Disclosure, Sam Smith – Whatever you won’t to say about Disclosure, they sure knew what to do with Sam’s voice – A-

7. Drunk On A Plane – Dierks Bentley – Break up song, funny concept – B+

8. Come On Get Happy – The Partridge Family – Something always happens whenever they’re together – A

9. Smalltown Boy – Bronski Beat – Gay soul, Jimmy gets beaten up in the video – A

10 Push – A-Trak, Andrew wyatt – That’s the bloke from Miike Snow – B+

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