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The Best Songs of All Time (Based on objective facts)

  1. Piano Man – Billy Joel
  2. Drift Away – Uncle Kracker
  3. 1000 Miles – Vanessa Carlton
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Sarantos - First 5 Seconds

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Love takes many forms. Love doesn’t care about age, gender or race. One might think though that depending on age, it might be fueled by raging hormones or offer peaceful introspection and acceptance. 73 more words

Sarantos - Why Ask Why

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Sarantos Releases New Rock Music Video For “Why Ask Why” & John Lennon Makes A Surprise Guest Appearance.

Life’s not easy. Everyone has been at a fork in the road. 85 more words

The Jack Lemmon Blogathon: Days of Wine and Roses (1962)

Critica Retro and Wide Screen World are hosting the Jack Lemmon blogathon, and I thought I would jump in and contribute since Jack Lemmon was such a great actor, and I particularly admire his versatility and dedication to the screen. 1,560 more words

Drama

We Get Lit!

‘Coz music takes us to another world…
Up & away! đź‘Ľ
New addition to our playlist – We Get Lit by Young Futura 🎧
What are you playing on loop? 63 more words

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Justin Hurwitz wins Best Score for La La Land and La La Land's “City of Stars” wins Oscar for Best Song 

​Justin Hurwitz, Benj Pasek and Justin Paul denied Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda the first – though undoubtedly not his last – opportunity to sweep the awards quartet known as the EGOT (Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, Tony), by winning the Oscar for best song, “City Of Stars”, from Hurwitz’ already Oscar-winning score for… 40 more words

Fat Joe & Remy Martin - Plata O Plomo (Album Review)

Is it fair to say that Fat Joe and Remy Ma are the closest thing to Kim and Big in todays hip hop? With Fat Joe being such a polished veteran in the game, he is able to provide this star appeal that translates well into major club hits – Remy Ma is a bit more street than Joe, bringing this gutter MC sound; when you combine the two styles, you should be excited as a hip hop fan for this album.  789 more words

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