Rolling Stone's Most Recent Stories. Welcome to the Rolling Stone Charts. The RS Politics 2020 Democratic Primary Leaderboard. Soundtrack Every Moment - Even the Small Ones. On their breakthrough album, these Icelanders kicked up sound clouds that seem to stretch across the sky, laced with Jónsi Þór Birgisson's droning, bowed guitar, icy falsetto and melodies so spacey they barely register as tunes. If Dr. Dre's Cali-weed dream sometimes feels like a paranoid-gangsta nightmare, this Bay Area crew's debut (also from '92) offers a breezier, jazzier and all-around stonier alternative.
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The Wicker Man is the soundtrack to the 1973 film of the same name. Composed, arranged and recorded by Paul Giovanni and Magnet, it contains folk songs performed by characters in the film (including some by members of the cast). For example, Lesley Mackie, who plays the character of Daisy in the film, sings the opening song, and various others in the CD Soundtrack.
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Gangsta Gangsta Lyrics. Man, them pinche black gangstas are at it again I wonder who they fucked up today? Screeching Tires You motherfucker! Machine Gun Fire (Got him). Gangsta, Gangsta! That's what they're yellin' It's not about a salary, it's all about reality Gangsta, Gangsta! Hopin' you sophisticated motherfuckers Hear what I have to say. When me and my posse stepped in the house All the punk-ass niggas start breakin' out 'Cause you know, they know what’s up So we started lookin' for the bitches with the big butts Like her, but she keep cryin' "I got a boyfriend"-bitch, stop lyin'! Dumb-ass hooker ain't nothin' but a.
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