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Boyz II Men – Thank You In Advance


Music video by Boyz II Men performing Thank You In Advance. (C) 2000 Universal Records, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

Dems cross the line with bigoted Supreme Court ad

Dems cross the line with bigoted Supreme Court ad
I don’t much care for Michigan Supreme Court Justice Bob Young’s rulings, and we didn’t endorse him in the Nov. 2 election. But an anti-Young ad that indulges a pernicious racial caricature is way out of bounds

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Jagged Edge – You Look Good With Me


Jagged Edge is an American R&B group that were originally signed through Jermaine Dupri’s So So Def Records to Columbia Records. The group is made up of twin lead singers Brian and Brandon Casey (both born October 13, 1978), Kyle Norman, and Richard Wingo. Wingo was a late addition to the group, added after Kandi Burruss of Xscape recommended he be added. Kandi was also the one who brought the group to the attention of Dupri. The group has had a number of hit singles, many of which are produced by Dupri.

Cyclones clinch District 1 title in thrill-a-minute battle

Cyclones clinch District 1 title in thrill-a-minute battle
HARLAN — On a memorable night at Merrill Field, Friday’s Harlan Community vs. Winterset game included nearly everything but a dull moment.

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Tonic – You Wanted More


Music video by Tonic performing You Wanted More. (C) 1997 Universal Records, a Division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

Recreation sensation to go onstage for Boca neighbors

Recreation sensation to go onstage for Boca neighbors
Reyn Guyer is a 21st century Renaissance man capable of creating companies, solving big problems and entertaining people worldwide. This longtime Boca Grande resident plans to put on a concert Nov.

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Police search for Joshua Maylee

Police search for Joshua Maylee
Mower theft ties victim to shooting suspect

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Kix – Blow My Fuse (HQ music video)


Song Title: “Blow My Fuse” available on iTunes: tinyurl.com Album: Blow My Fuse Year: 1988 Label: Atlantic Recording Corp. This official music video is Copyright 1988 Atlantic Records. I do not claim ownership to this video or song. All rights reserved by copyright holders. Kix band members: 1983 – 1988 Steve Whiteman lead vocals, harmonica, saxophone, percussion Ronnie “10/10″ Younkins guitars, talk box, backing vocals Brian “Damage” Forsythe guitars, guitar synthesizer Donnie Purnell bass, keyboards, backing vocals Jimmy “Chocolate” Chalfant drums, percussion, backing vocals “Blow My Fuse” lyrics Shut up Do it Come on start a fire In my electric chair Baby cross my wires Light up my hair Overload my circuits let me feel the juice make me an offer that I can’t refuse Blow my fuse (Hey hey)You got nothing to lose Blow my fuse I need a good shot I can’t give it to you On electric cruise(?) Blow my fuse You light my light I’ll light you Baby shake my tower Get it while it’s hot Baby feel my power Fifty thousand watts Come on feel the voltage Light thick and through From the whites of my eyeballs To the souls of my shoes Blow my fuse (Hey hey)You got nothing to lose Blow my fuse I need a good shot I can’t give it to you On electric cruise(?) Blow my fuse Hot wired Get fired Ooo baby watch it glow Give me action Satisfaction Babe I’m ready for an overload Plug me in like electric light It’s a rock and roll show tonight Blow my fuse (Hey hey)You got nothing to lose Blow my

Gentleman Ned Jarrett: A trailblazer driven to help others

Gentleman Ned Jarrett: A trailblazer driven to help others
For someone always known as having a calm demeanor, Ned Jarrett was as intense a competitor on the race track as any driver out there.

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Apex Manor’s Ross Flournoy on NPR, power-pop synergy and leaving the Broken West behind

Apex Manor’s Ross Flournoy on NPR, power-pop synergy and leaving the Broken West behind
Just call Ross Flournoy lord of the Manor. The former Broken West frontman has risen from that band’s power-pop ashes with a new project, Apex Manor, whose debut album, “The Year of Magical Drinking,” will arrive on January 25, 2011. The new band was inspired, oddly enough, by Sleater-Kinney-rocker-turned-NPR-blogger Carrie Brownstein, who challenged readers to knock out a song in a weekend last …

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