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Alia's Alias (Ms. Mix / AJ to DJ)

(Adam Victor Lattimore)
August 1, 2009

BONUS TRACK from the album Turnaround Time
Lyrics:
"Alia's Alias (Ms. Mix / AJ to DJ)"
[by Adam Victor Lattimore]

AJ to DJ (Ms. Mix, Ms. Mix)
Alia's Alias (Ms. Mix, Ms. Mix)
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A.J. (Alia's Alias) A.J.
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A.J. (Alia's Alias) A.J.

Number One: Brazilian Girls, "Nouveau American"
(Daring grandeur with a groove)
Number Two: Ratatat, "Falcon Jab"
(Futuristic space-time planet dance)
Number Three: Yeasayer, "Sunrise"
(Seems to uplift. Clap clap)
Number Four: MGMT, "The Youth"
Breakthrough wall. Generations bring change
Number Five: Ratatat, "Flynn"
(First sequel. Voices. Reminding reggae)
Number Six: Andrew Bird, "Not A Robot, But A Ghost"
(Peter ate the wolf. Yum)
Number Seven: Brazilian Girls, "St. Petersburg"
(Intricate depth. Where is that?)

AJ to DJ (Ms. Mix, Ms. Mix)
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AJ to DJ (Ms. Mix, Ms. Mix)
A.J. (Alia's Alias) A.J.
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A.J. (Alia's Alias) A.J.

Number Eight: Ratatat, "Imperials"
(Submerged in sound. Headphone masterpiece)
Number Nine: MGMT, "Electric Feel"
(Feels familiar. Nonstop nodding joint)
Number Ten: Ratatat, "Mirando"
(Jupiter jump type jam. Lasers)
Number Eleven: Something For Rockets, "Everybody Loves A Lot"
(Captivating story. Very clear portrait)
Number Twelve: Yeasayer, "2080"
(Distant time. Raises many questions)
Number Thirteen: Ratatat, "Bird Priest"
(Definitely dons of our day)
Number Fourteen: Sia. "Lentil"
(Purdie would be proud. Yeah)

AJ to DJ (Ms. Mix, Ms. Mix)
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A.J. (Alia's Alias) A.J.
AJ to DJ (Ms. Mix, Ms. Mix)
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A.J. (Alia's Alias) A.J.

Number Fifteen: Brazilian Girls, "Die Gedanken Sind Frei (Thoughts Are Free)"
(Sick stutter start... ill drums)
Number Sixteen: Sia, "You Have Been Loved"
(Perfect mood production. Simply beautiful)
Number Seventeen: Jon Hopkins, "Light Through The Veins"
(Closed eye journey. Big smile)
Number Eighteen: Brazilian Girls, "Talk To The Bomb"
(Jazzy. Bass takesover. Delivery = Yeah)
Number Nineteen: Matt And Kim, "Daylight"
('N-R-G' unlike anything I've heard)
Number Twenty: Owl City, "Hello Seattle"
(Whoa! Infectious elements. Replaying now)
Number Twenty-One: Regina Spektor, "Chemo Limo"
(Quality quirky. Such signature style)

AJ to DJ (Ms. Mix, Ms. Mix)
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A.J. (Alia's Alias) A.J.
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