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"What Do We Know" by Thousand Foot Krutch. That's good stuff there.

Been listening to a lot of Golden Age rap recently (and some slightly newer stuff that they haven't really given a name to yet). Not usually my cup of tea, but for some reason I've been into it. I pas

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Lloyd's a pretty good golfer. Used to live up the road from me. Writes about course architecture on the side, no shit.

His bassist also became the golf correspondent for The Guardian. I don't know what that says.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/profile/lawrencedonegan

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Dunno why I still remember this. Always enjoyed the juxtaposition of voices, I guess. So perfect and so ravaged.

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Used to cover this version of this song back in college in bars around town with my housemates.... ahhh the salad days...

And this version of this one:

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For people who don't like Coldplay, I like this version, the Frank Ocean version, better: [VIDEO]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mvFtbjIngkY[/VIDEO] [VIDEO]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=otPxoVQiIGo[/VIDEO] By Donald Glover's rap alter-ego, Childish Gambino. IMO, the album that second one is off, EP , is the best 5-song album I've ever gotten for free (and it was legal). Coincidentally it's also the only 5-song album I've ever gotten for free, but y'know... And judging by the the previous songs posted, since neither of these are metal, indie rock, or pop-rap, I'm the only one who is going to like them. :-)
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