Single Minded: Danity Kane, Foo Fighters and Sesame Street


Various Artists, Sesame St. Songs [Covers]
Proof that even Barenaked Ladies and Steven Tyler were children once.

Foo Fighters, "Bargain" [Who Cover]
Strange twists abound: Foo Fighters start a cover of the Who's "Bargain," then Dave Grohl cedes the mike to... Supergrass's Gaz Coombes. We haven't got a thing against Supergrass, but on a long list of likely surprise guest vocalists, Gaz ranks somewhere below Side of Ham.

Diplo & Santogold, Top Ranking [Mixtape]
If, for some inconceivable reason, you don't have the Santogold record yet, this mixtape of dubs and re-workings (including a re-imagining of "Guns of Brixton") should pacify you until you come to your senses.

Danity Kane, "Damaged" [Mr. Gaspar Remix]
Elevator pitch: Re-Making the Band, in which Diddy auditions a team of remixers to help breathe life into previous seasons' victories. May Mr. Gaspar be at the top of that list.

Harry Belafonte, "Jump in the Line" [John Bourke Bmore Remix]
Once again, it's Baltimore for the win - hyper-caffeinated remix of this Harry Belafonte standard creates brave new genre: apocalypso.

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