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World's Worst iPod: We Built This City by Starship
by World's Worst iPod,posted May 3 2013 9:39AM
First there was Jefferson Airplane followed by Jefferson Starship and then it turned into Starship. That's when things went wrong. We Built This City was a number 1 hit for Starship in 1985. Kitty actually saw Starship from the 10th row while they were touring, but she didn't want to hear the song this morning. Jonathan and Brian were game and so were many Triple M listeners. However, Jefferson Airplane's White Rabbit was played instead.
Four years ago, Bob Dylan, who is Jewish, recorded a Christmas album.
It may be surprising to some that it was actually pretty good! And it inspired him to be involved in the creation of this video, which is amazing.
If you've never seen it...
Artist: Clara Moto
Song: Hedonic Treadmill
Album: Blue Distance
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Former President George W. Bush has accepted President Obama's invitation to ride aboard Air Force One to Nelson Mandela's memorial service on Tuesday.
That got me to thinking. Will the two do any talking during the flight? According to...
Artist: Total Slacker
Song: Keep the Ships at Bay
Album: Slip Away
"This song is about next leveling," Tucker Rountree tells Rolling Stone. "Taking things in and then pushing it out farther than before to reach the summit of...
Song: Drag Bones
Album: Falling Bough Wisdom Teeth
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