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iPod inspection: What are your five newest songs?

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Siouxsie_l_2True confessions time: My main motive for today’s edition of iPod inspection is a selfish one. That’s because previous installments — like the time you listed the five most shameful songs on your playlists — reminded me of the scads of great tracks I still need to add to my own collection. How have I been living without Boy Krazy’s “That’s What Love Can Do,” Tyra Banks’ “Shake Ya Body,” or KLF’s “Justified and Ancient” (Tammy Wynette version, of course)? I don’t know. YOU tell ME!

Anyhow, during a recent closet cleanout, I tossed a pile of cassingles into the trash, then upgraded to their digital versions. Don’t judge me: Cassingles may be an endangered species, but they’re bulky! Four of the five newest songs on my iPod playlist are a result of that purge; the last on the list is a track I burned onto my computer from a CD that’s been gathering dust in my collection since the day I brought it home back in 2001. Check out my five newest songs on my playlist, then head to the comments section to ridicule me mercilessly share your own.

Elastica, “Connection
Siouxie and the Banshees, “Kiss Them for Me
Dawn Penn, “You Don’t Love Me (No No No)
Lisa Stansfield, “This Is the Right Time
Angie Martinez, “Dem Thangz

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