DJ Shadow – Nobody Speak (Feat. Run The Jewels)
Second showing for Run The Jewels on Songs on Loop and I think that’s allowed. I mean, this has been trapped in my head for the last few days.
Also, what an adorable music video.
You know when a song gets trapped in ya heed.
Do, do, do, do. Can’t get the theme song out my head. Do, do, do do. Help me. The music. It won’t stop. Do, do, do do.
Maybe it’s all the doom and gloom going around, but I have the cure for that.
Remember to rise from your chair to execute ya’ best moves.
A bit of the ol’ hippidy-hops. I’m afraid we missed out on the wholesome Xmas and New Year songs. Sorry.
What you need is a nice scratchy irritable sound to compliment this bleak cold beginning to a year. There’s something strangely addictive about this racket. Would make for a good ringtone, especially in a nice quiet library.
Before DOOM we had: –
Not into the man-talking music? That’s ok… I also had some man-shouting trapped in my head. Take your pick. It’s like a popular song this! Shocking.
For the first time in my life I’d watched an entire episode of Saturday Night Live because Dave Chappelle took over the show to recreate the early 2000s. The music was provided by A Tribe Called Quest, which was cool.
Anyway, forget word nonsense. Just have a listen of the second track of the new album. I had no idea they had a new album.
Cheer up everyone, Trainspotting 2 will be out soon.
Was tough choice between Run the Jewels and Christopher Walken saying “Pistachios” on loop over and over again, but it appears I dreamt that.
A wise man plays Run The Jewels as loudly as possible.
Especially this track.
This song was trapped in my head for a good 2 weeks in July.
So I’m starting to think that this the perfect rock song.
Everyone wants to be Josh Homme. Everyone wants to drum like Dave Grohl.
Now, everyone air guitar! Now everyone air drum!
That bass bit.
A dangerous song known to become trapped in ones mind for years at a time.
Easily the finest video reply on any social media for family, friends and loved ones. Everyday is a struggle.
Another song in desperate need of expelling from my mind.
I could have chosen any number of Future of the Left songs. But today I woke up and this appeared to be trapped in my brain…
Sigh… I couldn’t help it, this one too!
Every now and then a song becomes trapped in my head. This month…
Also my favourite mash-up, which I think of almost as much as the original