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Enjoy a few choice numbers on my first women's viagra free weekend in over 6 months. By free I mean I have no cloud hanging over my head that makes me feel bad for having fun and not studying for license exams.   I’m off until October.   Let the good times role, and pray that I passed Section C.  

 

As the name suggests the title track from Wale’s new mixtape women's viagra, “” ala Seinfeld.   I’d call it a gimmick (It’s worked to this point. He’s made it to the New York Times with it. ) but he uses so many aspects from the show and yet doesn’t hold to it.   The beat here integrates the original Seinfeld theme which seems, again, cheesy at first but then you realize how well it all comes through together.   He also drops Lil’ Wayne’s name which is pretty popular to do right now.   Give him some downloads.

 

From the Disco remix album.   Local LA noise rock band.   Speaking of noise, comes to town to play Spaceland next Friday night. I suggest everyone with decent taste in music to check this show out.   They don’t come around very often to the West Coast so get out there and see them.   I’d probably skip the opening bands as they are usually beyond horrible and take twice as long to set up their gear than to play the one long “song” they have.   Speaking of this song though, they really turn it on around the 3:25 mark and turn it into something completely different and danceable.  

 

One of the members of Broken Social Scene and thus this is a “Broken Social Scene Presents:…” release similar to Kevin Drew and Stars.   Starting off rather slow and seemingly having nowhere to go, it then picks up to a decent pop song.   To me this seems to sound a lot more like Broken Social Scene than a lot I heard on Kevin Drew’s last album.   Maybe that was the idea, I have no idea but I hear it.  

 

These are the kinds of songs that Hank III has put out in the last few years that really hanker back to 60’s-70’s country music.   Songs about cheating women, pickups (not here) and booze.   Merle Haggard is one of the legends but you wouldn’t know it from this piano driven tune that it was really a country song since the requisite steel guitar is noticeably lacking.   Haggard was able to stretch the boundaries of what country music really was defined as being during this era.   He was also one of the first outlaws of the scene and thus one of the reasons my parents have little interest in his music.   Cue the sax solo.  


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