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Whitney Gulden

Today in honor of midterms and my minor concussion that turned me against louder music, I’m going to give you a few songs from my iPod that are more low key and relaxing.

Anyone remember a song called New Soul that was crazy overplayed in early 2008? After being used in a Mac ad it became a top ten hit, but almost no one listened to other songs by Yael Naim. This singer/songwriter/goddess is Franco-Israeli and has the most enchanting voice. Here is a live version of the recorded song Far Far that you can check out…

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Whitney Gulden

Since the first blog post of Replay was an album review for a wildly popular new album, (which in 48 hours has 6 out of 14 songs in the iTunes top 100) I’m going to throw some singles at you.

Ultraviolet by The Stiff Dylans isn’t going to technically be released in the USA until July 21st, but thanks to youtube you can take a listen, so click it and keep reading…

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Whitney Gulden

Unless you’ve been living in a hole for the past month you’ve heard the infectious bad girl anthem “Tik Tok” by Ke$ha on every radio station. With a sweet live performance on Ellen yesterday, Kesha proved that she isn’t all-electronic edits and has a voice of her own.
At the skilled hands of Dr. Luke, her executive producer under RCA Records, Ke$ha has risen to fame only to be perpetuated by the release of her highly anticipated debut album “Animal”. To listen in click here: http://music.aol.com/new-releases-full-cds/#/1 for a free listen on AOL Music.

Looking at the song list pre-order on iTunes right before Tik Tok hit the top tens with titles such as “Your Love is my Drug”, “Party at a Rich Dudes House”, and “Dinosaur”, it looked like a one hit wonder was about to happen. I couldn’t have been more wrong. Its been about 24 hours since the release and already claimed iTunes top album overtaking Lady Gaga…

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