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The rapture is coming

Songs for the ‘End of the World As We Know It’

written by: Erin Edwards on May 21, 2011

Since the beginning of time, we’ve been trying to predict the end of time. Dozens of doomsday dates have come and gone and we’re still here. The latest Rapture date is set for today, Saturday, May 21 at 6pm EST. For this, we have Christian radio host, Harold Camping, to thank. If his prediction proves […]

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Pop ‘stache Presents: Top Debut Albums (60-49)

written by: Pop Staff on May 16, 2011

60. Air – Moon Safari (1998) Air’s Moon Safari starts strong with “La Femme D’argent,” a seven-minute instrumental jazz/electronica exploration that perfectly prepares listeners for the fantastic album ahead. Through the rest of the duo’s first release, listeners are treated to a string of ambient electronica jams that are as catchy as they are relaxing. Perfectly mellow, […]

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Pop ‘stache Presents: Top Debut Albums

written by: Pop Staff on May 16, 2011

A great debut album is a thing of wonder. Many artists can attain a level of greatness as they hone their skills and refine their visions, but to get it right from jump street is an odds-defying miracle. In the fifty-five plus years that rock ‘n’ roll has prevented our planet from sucking, only few […]

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Take a Visit to The Village Green

written by: Drew Hunt on May 13, 2011

But as palates were cleansed and tastes began to evolve, the album emerged from a fog of obscurity and was soon praised by fans and critics alike for being the quirky, idiosyncratic pop masterpiece that it is.

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He Who Laughs Last, Laughs His FAO

written by: Aaron Pylinski on May 12, 2011

If there was ever need to get up and dance to something that isn’t the run-of-the-mill crap played on MTV, LMFAO is the ticket to such.

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Ten Songs to Gleek Out On

written by: Jason Radford on May 11, 2011

Love it or hate it, you still can’t say what they’ve made is totally obnoxious. A handful of their tunes could generate radio airplay if they were given a chance, and some of them could pass for mainstream hits.

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