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Katy Perry · Teenage Dream (Coyote Kisses Remix)

They even got me posting Katy fuckin' Perry...

Not the biggest Katy Perry fan, but what doesn’t Coyote Kisses do right I just wish one time I could say, “no! I’m not posting this shit” (that’s what I was hoping with this). But these god damn coyote munchers do it right every damn time… even with Katy Perry, no less. My only criticism with this “Teenage Dream” remix is its length – it could’ve been built up into one hell of a rager, but right when I get my chops wet it’s all over with.

One last thing, sack it up and come out with an EP already!

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Lincoln Lawyer Soundtrack, SO FRESH

with one killa Cali remix of "California Soul", featuring Ya Boy

Lincoln Lawyer is kinda like a newage Primal Fear with a few more twists and a happy ending we’ve grown to accept in movies nowadays (for better or worse). But I’m not here to talk about the film, as good as it was I gotta rep its well picked soundtrack.

The first track to catch my attention was Gangstarr’s “Moment of Truth”. I love when movies put in some quality hip-hop, and although there were some good tracks before this in the movie, Guru’s smooth vocals really brought me to attention – he’s got one real memorable voice. But one track, even more than Gangstarr’s, sealed the deal and made sure I featured the Lincoln Lawyer soundtrack.

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Bread · Make It With You (Appo Remix)

Wonderful play for the sunshine daze

Appo has redone this classic to a newage/downtempo vibe. It’s a fresh take that’s perfect for a nice warm/sunny day. My only criticism is its long intro, lasting for just around four minutes. However, the beat is still a chill & relaxing set up for Bread’s beautiful vocals.

Also had to point out how much it reminds me of something DJ Frane would sample. Make it about 5x trippier and it could (puff puff) pass.

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