Gnarls Barkley Showing Signs of Improvement

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1. Gnarls Barkley, “A Little Better”
As of right now, this is our second-favorite track on the new Gnarls Barkley record (just behind “Surprise,” which no blogs have yet posted. For shame, blogosphere!). [Find a Soul]

2. Annie, “Girlfriend”
In this new track, Annie tells some extremely lucky guy that his girlfriend hates her. Said girlfriend would probably change her mind if she heard this song. [Ants in My Trance]

3. Ministry, “Keys to the City”
Industrial music’s super-crusty superstar Al Jorgensen pays tribute to the Chicago Blackhawks. Wait, what? [Pitchfork]

4. Diplo feat. Deize Tigrona, “Bandida”
Diplo made M.I.A. famous — can he do the same for Deize Tigrona? We hope so! [Discobelle]

5. The Moulettes, “Cannibal Song”
Some breakups are worse than others, say London’s Moulettes. Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned, especially if she eats people. [Song, by Toad]

Gnarls Barkley Showing Signs of Improvement