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  7. morethananythinginmylife:

    Daft Song of the Day, 4/16 Oh Yeah, Homework

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    Daft Punk - Oh Yeah

    this song isnt even really that good i just always find myself boxing it and singing it like I own it

    wtf are you talking about this song goes hard as HELL

    Let me guess, you’re either listening to this song on a laptop or headphones right? Well if you think Oh Yeah isn’t an important track then you haven’t heard it in the correct context.

    Protip: hook up to a legit sound system (important to have speakers with a free-standing sub), Guy and Thomas engineered the sound to have a quality where when they dropped it in a club setting the different notes would vibrate in different parts of your body—most notably toes and ass.

    The effect being that you actually FEEL the bass in your booty. I know no other electronic artist from this era that put that much thought into their sound engineering, especially for such a smarmy and silly effect.

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  9. lordkushcloud:

Snoop, Tupac, and Snorlax.
Death Row Records

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    Snoop, Tupac, and Snorlax.

    Death Row Records

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