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SOFIA TALVIK NEW CHRISTMAS SONG FOR DOWNLOAD

so in case you didn't realize Christmas isn't that far away or something. celebrate with Useless Critic friend, Sofia Talvik (www.sofiatalvik.com)(yeah we totally have friends I didn't make them up). well I know Thanksgiving hasn't even happened yet, but hey. it's never too early!

also, the new Girl Talk. YOUR THOUGHTS IMMEDIATELY.

<3

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  1. I disagree. Christmas is far away.

    Highlights of the Girl Talk album.
    - "War Pigs"
    - "Ante Up"
    - Rye Rye over Rage Against the Machine
    - Dominique Young Unique
    - Where the Wild Things Are theme song
    - "Black and Yellow" over "Paint it Black" *

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  2. orthodox christmas is. hey, china wants to buy pittsburgh and turn it into a pizza hut.

    i heard portishead!!!! <3

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  3. grammargeek @ interpals, aka your random Swedish fangirlNovember 17, 2010 at 3:23 PM

    ex-queue-se me. PEOPLE OUTSIDE SWEDEN KNOW SOFIA TALVIK? I'd hardly think people IN Sweden know Sofia Talvik. aaand myself I've only heard A Carol for the Lonely. BUT STILL IZ KOOL YAH?

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  4. shit! she's such a huge self promoter (admirably) but I feel like we're BFFs at this point. download "December." SHE IS GREAT

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