1. The 1986 Chicago Bears, "The Super Bowl Shuffle"
Remember when football teams still took the time to record hilarious charity rap singles prior to appearing in Super Bowls? Alas, that was back when the game used to mean something. Special bonuses in this excellent Ben Greenman–penned post: a little Prince, a little XTC, and a lot of words starting with "super." [Moistworks]
2. Jim Jones feat. The Game, "Don't Love Me More" (Remix)
Sadly, this isn't the hilarious duet its title might imply. [Nah Right]
3. Islands, "The Arm"
This mess of a track from the band's forthcoming record features seventies progginess and schmaltzy strings. Hey, what do you want from us on a Friday afternoon? [Pop Tarts Suck Toasted]
4. Heartsrevolution, "C.Y.O.A. (Lauren Flax remix)"
Flax gives this Heartsrevolution song its own Spector-esque Wall of Sound. We like it. [Big Stereo]
5. Bottom of the Hudson, "Handwriting"
Brooklyn's Bottom of the Hudson seems a bit waterlogged for the first half of the song, but the band really gets things going toward the end. [5 Acts] —Ehren Gresehover