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Earworm: “Radio” by Lana Del Rey

I know what you’re thinking. “Who the fuck is Lana Del Rey?”

She’s a hipster icon, if there were any other way to describe it.

Many girls in my school, (‘ratchet hoe” or not,) try listening to her music. The majority of those, of course, understand none of it, and still say they “love” her music. Many other girls just plain hate her guts.

I’m by no means in love with her music, but I do believe she has talent. Certain songs are better than others, just like with every artist.

Lana Del Rey has her own unique style and her voice has incredible range. It really helps her that she’s incredibly beautiful (to some, meaning, well, me).

I dig her music, she’s an individual and is a different sound from all the crappy pop that we’ve all been exposed to in the recent months, and her album Born To Die isn’t a bad listen. I like it.

My favorite song off the whole album is Radio, and it is one of those songs that gets imprisoned in your head. It’s been an Earworm for a while, and I’ve put off telling you guys about it until now, and I hope I wasn’t wrong in this decision.

Hope you guys enjoy it, if not, try other songs, too. Don’t be a one track mind! (One track. Get it? Music… heh)

Earworm: “Hurricane” by Thirty Seconds to Mars

Ah, Thirty Seconds to Mars. Your lyrics are enthralling and exciting and ignite that curiosity in your audience. A lot of people like to question the lyrics from any band, and some just like to memorize the lyrics and sing them by heart. With a lot of the songs from the album This Is War, you can only memorize certain lyrics due to the complexity. Lyrics that get stuck in your head and resound over and over and over again. That makes Hurricane today’s Earworm. These lyrics. Just… Echo.

“Tell me would you kill, to save a life?
Tell me would you kill, to prove you’re right?
Crash crash
Burn, let it all burn.
This hurricane chases us all under ground.

No matter how many deaths that I die, I will never forget.
No matter how many lives that I live, I will never regret.
There is a fire inside of this heart and a riot about to explode in flames.
Where is your God?
Where is your God?
Where is your God?”

Those are the lyrics I pretty much know by heart, of course the first stanza is the chorus.

Here’s the short film that is the music video for Hurricane. (WARNING: NSFW DUE TO NUDITY, PARTIAL NUDITY, VIOLENCE, AND GRAPHIC SEXUAL DEPICTIONS)

And here is the lyric video.