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Thursday, September 07, 2006

Where’s alice cooper when you really need him?

Today’s entry comes to you fresh from a break at my first day back at school in a bazillion years. Luckily, not too much has changed in the way of breaks, and I now find myself with more than an hour to kill, with nothing more than a cheese sandwich and a can of diet coke (yes, bring on the brain cancer) to fill up my time. Sadly, while this is also the first laptop entry, I can’t actually sort out the wireless network here yet (and don’t even get me started on the headaches I had last night with sympatico…that is unless you want to hear me being really really pissed off). But enough about me (and trust me, I am well aware that you probably aren’t reading this, and merely clicked on a link from elbo.ws, google analytics doesn’t lie, folks), onto the music. Maybe you noticed that while everyone else in the free world is all excited about the upcoming tv on the radio release, you haven’t heard a peep from me. There’s a good reason for that—four letters: RIAA. Apparently I wasn’t supposed to post the mr. Grieves cover, and they asked me to take it down. Therefore, I am not going to incur their wrath anymore, and will not post any of the upcoming tracks (although from what I have heard so far—awesome). If you get a chance to hear any of it, do, I don’t think you’ll be disappointed. Instead, today I bring you something different, based on what you all have been searching for. So, top three searches lately were for jean grae, beck remixes, and everyone’s favourite highschool band, the kashmere stage band. so I hope you’ve kept up your searches and found your way bacm here, because today’s your day:

the herbaliser, feat. jean grae - nah'mean nah'm'sayin
beck - fax machine anthem (dizzee rascal remix)
the kashmere stage band - all praises