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Some Light-hearted Tunes

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Ok, so that last one was a little more angry than I had originally planned... and I really must get back to work, so for this entry I leave you with some links to some music I've recentlys been enjoying. (The links are iTMS links, so if you don't have iTunes.. they won't work. (And wtf is wrong with you?! Loser.))

Shirley Bassey - The Remix Album... Diamonds Are Forever. - Shirley Bassey is like...THE voice of the classic Bond film themes. She sang Goldfinger, Diamonds are Forever, Moonraker... etc. This album has a bunch of her best songs, remixed by likes of Propellerheads and Mantronik. It's very cool.

Richard Cheese - Lounge Against The Machine. - This album is friggin' AWESOME. Unless you hate Lounge music... then you'll think it sucks. It's Lounge style remakes of a bunch of popular Rock songs. Songs like Limp Bizkit's Nookie, Offspring's Come Out and Play and Beastie Boys' Fight for your Right.

Bond - Shine and Remixed. - When you first look at the cover of one of their albums, you think "Spice Girls" or something similar. You wouldn't be the only one though... AMG says they were once hailed as the "Spice Girls of Classical music." That's right, Classical Music. Really, though... they're more worldbeat like one of my other favorites, Afro-Celt Sound System, but with a stronger string sound. (And, um, prettier.)

That's all for now.