Polyphonic Spree Follow the Light

Polyphonic SpreePhoto by Danny Fontaine / Retna UK

The latest MP3s to hit the blogs.

1. Polyphonic Spree, “Light to Follow”
Despite the scary new uniforms, Polyphonic Spree’s impending Fragile Army is shaping up to be their best and least creepy album so far. [You Ain’t No Picasso]

2. Amy Winehouse feat. Pharoahe Monch and Jay-Z, “Rehab” (Urban Legendz Escobar Remix)
Probably the last thing the detox-averse Winehouse needs is Jay-Z reminding her that he used to sell snowflakes by the O-Z. Still, this remix is pretty excellent. [Different Kitchen]

3. Sisqó, “One Finga”
This erstwhile thong enthusiast politely reminds you that he used to sell records. Also, he seems to have a beef with Usher. [Missinfo]

4. Jeff Tweedy, “Love and Mercy” (Brian Wilson cover)
The Wilco front man tosses off a version of Wilson’s 1988 appeal for peace and understanding, then puts his guitar down to punch a guy in the throat. [Can You See the Sunset]

5. Radiohead, “Wonderwall” (Oasis cover)
Thom Yorke proves that knowing the lyrics is not a prerequisite for covering this Noel Gallagher classic. [The Music Slut] —Lane Brown

Polyphonic Spree Follow the Light