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Song of The Day: P.I.L. - The Order of Death (1984)

I was watching Richard Stanley’s full length directorial debut, 1990’s post-apocalyptic Sci-Fi burner, Hardware, when this P.I.L. gem from their This Is What You Want… This Is What You Get LP, comes on. 52 more words

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Song of the day: 29 May 2015

In 1967, Otis Redding and Arthur Conley wrote a song. They took the intro from the soundtrack of The Magnificent Seven. Furthermore, the song was based on Yeah Man from Sam Cooke. 72 more words

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Let’s start the weekend off right with a song by…The Weeknd!

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Song Of The Day: "Longdance" By: Danava

Put a bucket under your chin because your face is about to fucking melt. Danava’s “Longdance” is the perfect song for breaking shit, working out, or driving your all-black Firebird into the void of nothingness and eternity. 58 more words

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SotD: Local H - "John The Baptist Blues"

Somehow Local H slipped out a new album in April without me even noticing. Sneaky bastards. Hey Killer continues the fine track record of driving guitar hard rock that this Chicago duo has been peddling for over two decades. 55 more words

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SOTD - Gill Scott - Heron - We Almost Lost Detroit

This rather stunning original by singer, songwriter, poet and author Gil Scott-Heron was released on his album Bridges in 1977. His integration of poetry throughout his releases has influenced hip hop heavily and yet he was heard saying: (about rappers) “They need to study music”. 36 more words

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