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Track Marks: Exclusive Tracklist For Upcoming 6ix9ine Album

Here's another exclusive for you all: the tracklist for 6ix9ine's upcoming album! OMGz fam, you won't find this kind of information anywhere else on the internet... 1. Googoo 2. Gaga 3. Duplo 4. Lego 5. Crappo 6. Poopoo 7. Molinabeata 8. Clowno 9. Ratso 10. OutaJailee 11. Asthma 12. Flimflam 13. Year Old 14. My … Continue reading Track Marks: Exclusive Tracklist For Upcoming 6ix9ine Album

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Behind The Lyrics: Freed From Desire By Gala

Gala's 1996 pop song "Freed From Desire" was a big hit but many people, still to this day, are confused by its meaning. In case you don't remember it, let us refresh your memory. The chorus contained these catchy lyrics: "My lover's got no money, he's got his Trumbalese". But what's a Trumbalese we hear … Continue reading Behind The Lyrics: Freed From Desire By Gala

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Sky Witness, No Surrender: A Review Of The Bone Collector

I don't know about you, but I'm not impressed with the TV series Lincoln Rhyme: Hunt For The Bone Collector, in fact it's not much better than the 1999 Denzel Washington film. The problems with the show are vast: it's not set in St. Clair, there's no crossroads anywhere to be seen, and there is … Continue reading Sky Witness, No Surrender: A Review Of The Bone Collector

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Behind The Lyrics: Blackberry Way By The Move

Remember the late '00s and early '10s when everybody from wannabe business moguls to budding reality stars were clutching a BlackBerry phone, BBM-ing each other like mad? Unfortunately, BlackBerry slowly began to fall out of favour, being replaced by an Apple like Ribena after the sugar tax. Not a lot of people know that the … Continue reading Behind The Lyrics: Blackberry Way By The Move

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Behind The Lyrics: Ring My Bell By Anita Ward

Did you know that Anita Ward's disco hit "Ring My Bell" is incorrectly titled? If you listen closely, you'll realise that this song is from the perspective of a sexually frustrated Bell Telephone Company operator. Upon receiving a call, the operator begins to flirt with her customer: “I'm glad you're home, now did you really … Continue reading Behind The Lyrics: Ring My Bell By Anita Ward

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Review Rewind: Bad By Michael Jackson

Hi there! I was listening to some music in the summer heat and I remembered the time when everyone said that Michael Jackson was Bad. These unfounded accusations went on and on and there were millions of people shouting the same thing. They were chasing Michael down the street screaming and crying whilst his chauffeur … Continue reading Review Rewind: Bad By Michael Jackson