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Gnarls Barkley - Going On

In The Odd Couple, Gnarls Barkley has packed up the otherworldly electronic beats and gospel choirs, and is moving out of St. Elsewhere. Two of the album’s radio hits, “Going On” and “Run (I’m a Natural Disaster)” document the change, albeit with the same electronic ambience and gospel choirs. Danger Mouse and Cee-Lo Green seem to have split their efforts alternatively taking their music’s energy up several notches and returning to the conflicted, chilled-out soul of the ‘70s, as on “Who’s Gonna Save My Soul” and “A Little Better.” “Blind Mary,” one of my favorites on the album, takes the middle ground.

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An absurdly hilarious article from the NY Times a few days ago: it's not easy being less rich.


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