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Can you explain the picture above? We sure cant… and neither can we explain why all these songs are grouped into one post.

May the randomness continue! Here at The Music Ninja we are all about variety, bringing music from all types of genres. I was originally going to name it Random Music Fridays but I missed it by a couple of hours 🙁 Will definitely try to make huge posts like these with random songs every week for those of you that are not confined to a specific taste in music!

“Australia” is a song by American indie rock band The Shins, and is the second track on their third album Wincing The Night Away. The song was released as the second single from that album in the United Kingdom on April 9, 2007.

[Pop Rock] The Shins – Australia

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If there is one thing I am not sick of listening on the radio, it is the song Empire State Of Mind by Jay Z featuring the wonderful Alicia Keys bodies vocals. The Blueprint 3 [Explicit], Jay Z latest album, is full of gems make sure you check it out.
[Hip/Hop] Jay-Z – Empire State Of Mind (Feat. Alicia Keys)

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Mellowness + hip/hop = Fucking amazing
[Mash Up]Jay-Z vs. The Verve – Bittersweet Dirt Off Your Shoulder.mp3

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A fresh new song from a fresh new producer, Turbo P is at it again with his Electronic Juice for your thirsty ears.
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Did not know this band until I heard them today and was blown away by it. They are an instrumental post-rock band from Sheffield, England. Radio Protector was the only track from One Time For All Time issued as a single released on 7th of February 2006
[Alternative] 65daysofstatic – Radio Protector

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A little dark, a little sad and a little sweet, The Felice Brothers are a folk rock/country rock band from Upstate New York founded in 2006.
[Folk] The Felice Brothers – The Big Surprise

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Like most of the songs here, I picked the first couple of songs that were shuffled in my iPod and I am glad Imogen Heap’s Hide and Seek decided to show its face. Although most of her songs are synthesized, the raw emotion put into the vocals really make her one of the best Electronica Artist in the world.
[Electronica] Imogen Heap – Hide and Seek

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Irish singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist Lisa Hannigan emits “a moan of delicate strength, and stirring warmth and humanity” on this playful song from her album Sea Sew.
[Folk] Lisa Hannigan – I dont know

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The “trumpet” sound on this song really reminds me of the late 90’s when trance was emerging in Venezuela. A very appealing old school style that is still prominent even it todays trance songs.
[Techno] Peanuts Club (Jake Simon Remix)

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A jazzy cover to Oasis Wonderwall.
[Jazz/Cover] Brad Mehldau Trio – Wonderwall

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Which one was your favorite? Comment below!

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