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A bit cheesy...

A bit cheesy compared to the other Noisettes work...but still decent. Groovable and cute. Nothing to write home about, though.

Lousy Mix!

Where is the Dave Aude Mix? The Tricky Remix stinks.


Checkout Sometimes, beautiful and somewhat chilling song. Also listen to Dennis Ferrer's, Hey Hey, in which Shingai Shoniwa does the lead vocal. They did a great interview on NPR. If you like their first album you probably won't like this and vice versa.
They really do a great job blending 50's music with punk, if you can imagine such a thing.


Born: November 21, 1984 in Washington, D.C.

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The self-proclaimed "Ambassador of Rap for the Capital," Wale (pronounced "wah-lay") was able to transcend his local sensation status and become a national rap contender using go-go-inspired hip-hop as the vehicle for his clever wordplay and music. Olubowale Victor Akintimehin was born in Washington, D.C. in 1984 to Nigerian immigrants who first arrived in America five years prior. Although the family moved to Maryland when the future rapper was ten years old, Wale was mostly raised in suburban D.C....
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