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1. Kanye West feat. Trick Daddy, “I Can’t Say No”
Memo to other rappers: It may come as a shock, but you are allowed to work without Kanye West’s involvement. [Nah Right]

2. Warren G and Nate Dogg vs. the Rolling Stones, “Mother’s Little Regulator”
We would love to be a fly on the wall if Nate Dogg and Keith Richards ever came face to face. They’d probably talk about eye patches, right? [Berkeley Place]

3. Einstürzende Neubauten, “Weil Weil Weil”
Germany’s finest experimental industrial-noise band not named Rammstein is back. They sound angry, but for all we know they’re singing about schnitzel. [Paper Thin Walls]

4. The Adolescents, “Beyond Hurt, Beyond Help”
Old punks are everywhere at the moment, and here’s a seminal punk band doing justice to an unrecorded Germs track. Somewhere, Pat Smear is cashing a check. [MySpace]

5. Chris Cornell, “Can’t Change Me” (French version)
With France and Iran butting heads, perhaps this French version of an eight-year-old Chris Cornell track can bring peace. [Fuel Friends]
—Kyle Anderson