1. Metallica, "The Day That Never Comes"
Metallica releases a new track on their MySpace page (off the upcoming Death Magnetic), and it's some kind of monster, the most metal thing they've done in almost twenty years. [ href="http://www.pitchforkmedia.com/article/download/144841-new-music-metallica-the-day-that-never-comes-stream">Pitchfork]
2. The Streets, "Everything Is Borrowed"
Mike Skinner releases the title track off his upcoming record, a wistful one that could be about the music industry: "I came to this world with nothing, and I leave with nothing but love. Everything is borrowed." [Punkreas]
3. Chromeo, "Family Man" (Hall & Oates cover)
Chromeo up the yacht-rock ante on this reworking of the H&O classic, adding some nice vocoder. [Hero Hill]
4. Ying Yang Twins, "Look Back at It"
This is the Ying Yang Twins, so you probably don't need to guess what the "it" is in the title. [Winnie Cooper]
5. Shad, "The Old Prince Still Lives at Home"
Shad rather successfully imitates a younger Will Smith, but instead of living in Bel-Air, broke-ass Shad hilariously runs out of money for the beat halfway through the song. [Pinglewood]