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yeah that was a Limp Bizkit reference. Fred Durst would be so proud of me!

29.) "Loca"- Shakira f. Dizzee Rascal
DANCE OR DIEEEEEEEEEEEE
has anyone listened to her new album? should I pick it up? I've never listened to one of her albums before. it'll be a lot of new experiences all at once coming in my face.



28.) "Dance Yrself Clean"- LCD Soundsystem

James Murphy can do no wrong. he's a genius. the whole album was great, but this had me from the start.



HAHAHAHA I COULDN'T HELP WITH THAT VIDEO SORRY

27.) "Mr. Rager"- Kid Cudi

so creepy! I love it. no wonder Kanye is a fan. and we all know Kanye is never wrong.


also, Wesley Snipes is in prison near Bradford, meth capital USA. I wonder what his hot Asian wife has to say about this. ...
should I try to get an interview out of him? US Martials was one of my favorite movies when I was a kid!

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