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10 Songs: Monday, July 7th, 2014

my little runaway

my little runaway

1. No One To Run With – The Allman Brothers – Dicky Betts takes the rhythmic lick from a Stephen Stills and places it on top of a choo choo train, than rolls over country and rock on the way to pop – A

2. Jesus Built My Hotrod – Ministry – There biggest hit sounds like a Primal Scream rip at the speed of light, it could have fallen off XTRMNT, except the urge is more classic rock than even PS – A

3. Girls, Girls, Girls – Motley Crue – The most impressive thing about this band is Tommy Lee’s penis size, still this remains fun – B+

4. Foreign remix (with Justin Bieiber) – Trey Songz – Pretty good r&b torcher, Beiber (and Chris Brown for that matter) are so well hated people ignore their best songs – B+

5. It’s All Over Now – Bobby Womack – I know you don’t wanna hear it, but Jagger’s vocal cuts Bobby’s original… but not by much – A

6. It’s All Over Now – The Rolling Stones – It’s not just Jagger, Richards seems to swig that opening lick from a bottle of bourbon, the guitar break is a standard bearer and on the verse it sounds like country – A+

7. Come Over feat Stylo G – Clean Bandit – Here they add reggae to their house meets classical mash up., I think it couldn’t work out better – A

8. Dip – Danny Brown – The sound of dub with a great hook, “when you dip I dip” – A-

9. Wombat – Phish – Yeah, cute – C-

10. Sure Be cool If You Did – Blake Shelton – Pretty good pick up song – B

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