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Old 11-01-2010, 08:12 PM   #1
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Cee Lo Green - The Lady Killer

It's heeeeeeeeeeeere


First Listen: Cee Lo Green, 'The Lady Killer' : NPR

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Old 11-01-2010, 08:20 PM   #2
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Yay for more great BPM in 2010!
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Old 11-01-2010, 08:26 PM   #3
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A warning though, the NPR version is clean.
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Fuck NPR in its fucking national public radio face. Fuck.

Still a great song though.
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Never mind, I'm an idiot who didn't look at the tracklisting. "Forget You" is the second track, "Fuck You!" is the closer.
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I have no idea if this cover of "No One's Gonna Love You..." is on the album or not, but it is one of my favorite tracks on the album.

So, this was as great as I hoped it would be. I love the retro vibe going through the entire thing. He really captures the essence of the music he's emulating and makes it something truly special.

New favorite tracks: "Bright Lights, Bigger City", "Satisfied", "I Want You" (which is way better than the original version we heard), "It's OK", and the cover I mentioned above.

"Fuck You!" Is still as awesome as ever.

Also, there is a really awesome James Bond vibe going through the whole album, which just adds to the fun.

So, anyways, not a top ten for me or anything, but easily, easily a favorite.


EDIT: Also, as far as I can tell, "Fuck You" is NOT on the NPR stream. In general, there's clearly some mis-communication between wiki and NPR on what the actual tracklisting is. So, a good reason to pick the album up when it comes out.

And, I think it's kind of awful if "Forget You" really is track 3.
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Awwww shiiittt...you're gonna dig this, guys.
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Are there songs you'd classify as rap on the album, or is all/most of it the more non-rap melodic stuff like the deliriously awesome Fuck You?
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No rap. All kiiiiiiinds of funk and soul up in this bitch though.
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I am so buying this. Thanks!
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Do so. It's awesome. <3.
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If the first few tracks are any indication, this album sounds like a great deal of fun. That is something that I could use, given my predilection for somber music.
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yep definitely buying this tomorrow.

will be top ten.
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Bought it.

Totally dig it.
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I was awaiting that post all day thanks to the Facebook .
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