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EARWORM: MUMFORD & SONS – THE WOLF

My wife brought this song to my attention, and now I cannot stop humming it.  I have to say, this song is very out of the box for Mumford & Sons.  Had I not known it was them, i would have not guessed it was them.  And I think that’s a good thing.  It keeps them fresh.

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Earworm: X Ambassadors – Renegades

So this song has been plaguing my subconscious for some time now since it has been used in the Jeep Renegade commercial.  I think that vehicle is ugly, but I am thankful for it’s existence since it has introduced me to this wonderful earworm worthy song.

Enjoy the harmonious harmony of  XA

 

Top 30 Favorite Songs of All Time: #10 “Short Skirt/Long Jacket” by Cake

Damn, being young and too good to know that pop songs were about sex, sex, and more sex… I miss those days.

But now, listening to this song, I can just feel the all too obvious sexual tension from this 2001 hit off of Cake’s album, Comfort Eagle.

That doesn’t change how I feel about the song, though. I love it. I think it’s hilarious and extremely catchy.

Go back 12 years and have a listen, why don’t you? Watching the video will just show us how much our society has grown. Seriously.

Earworm: “Tokyo (Vampires & Wolves)” by The Wombats

Hey, everyone! The song stuck in my head today is Tokyo (Vampires & Wolves) by The Wombats.
It’s a catchy British indie rock tune, and it’s a song that’s been around for quite a while, now (released in 2010).
Sure, the song isn’t normally what I’d listen to, but it doesn’t hurt to expand your musical spectrum. I do have a few indie songs in my library, but I do mean very few. Less than 10, I believe. Maybe I should listen to the genre more?
The Wombats have been a band since 03, and it’s safe to say they have a steady fan-base worldwide, but I’d assume they’re more well known in Europe, considering they are a British indie rock band.

Oh, here’s the music video by the way.

(PLEASE READ. THE LIFESTYLE DEPICTED IN THE MUSIC VIDEO IS NOT, IN ANY MEANS, SUPPORTED BY THE BIG CHEESE AND I.)