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DJ since Oct 27, 2009
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ounces "Not so fast, Dwight."
ounces "Chilton's dead," Twilley whispered excitedly, his fingers running through his chest hair. "You're finally mine, America."


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ounces And this song is the "Please Don't Go Girl" of the 1970's.
ounces JLL's cover of this song is perfection. It's like the "As Long As U Love Me" of the 1950's.
ounces total babe/double feature

Muharem Serbezovski- Zennube/Hatidže

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ounces Waldemar Matuška is some kind of space alien

Don diri don

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ounces Heavy as fuk cumbia sonidera version of Mentirosa. Sounds like Mexican chopped & screwed.


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ounces Many versions of this song, this is the best one.
ounces Live it up today if you want to/live it down tomorrow afternoon/Sunday school don't make you cool forever/neither does the silver of yr spoon
ounces Around age 13, I went through a gloomy phase something heavy.
ounces Zimmermann is great - he almost makes this piece sound... Ysaÿe? (for the record, I know "ee-sai-yeh" barely sounds like "easy" you fucking nerds)
ounces Fidel Castro's Czech doppelgänger sings for love.
ounces Come for the dog barks, stay for the brilliant feline jazz solo at the 1:28 mark.
ounces Geniuses @ making panties drop w/ superhuman harmonies.

Take A Good Look-The Precisions.wmv

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ounces More Maki. Here she is live & alive, singing Kamome (Seagull).


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ounces Red Bridge - Maki Asakawa. She died in January, v sad.

浅川マキ 赤い橋

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ounces Before she became a fan of smack, Rivka Zohar was a fan of life.

Ma Avarech English Subtitels

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ounces when I masturbate, I think of bin laden

PorestLet's Roll

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