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CIVL Shuffle: Back to school edition 2015

CIVL Station Manager Aaron Levy wants to welcome you BACK to school with this Back themed Shuffle!

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By Aaron Levy (CIVL Station Manager) – Email

Print Edition: January 7, 2015

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CIVL Station Manager Aaron Levy wants to welcome you BACK to school with this Back themed Shuffle!


Eminem

“The Real Slim Shady”

“Breadcrumb trail of gayness,” he says. “Guess who’s back, back again, guess who’s back, tell a friend. Two trailer park girls go round the outside.” No, you didn’t understand what that meant in 2002 when it came out, and it’s best that way. The man gives a good fake interview.

Aerosmith

“Back in the Saddle”

Years before daughter Liv was in the videos for “Cryin’” and the like with Leesh Silverstone, or the “Don’t Want to Miss a Thing” vehicle that was Armageddon with Ben Who-Fleck, father Steve was shrieking like no man who didn’t look like a lady ever had before or has since.

Ghostface Killah

“Back Like That”

Violent, sexist, and so freaking catchy: “In the summertime I broke his jaw, had to do it quick, old fashioned, in the back of the mall.” “I’mma holla at dawg and rip his head off, word to the song”. “Never trust a female on no scale, you just confirmed that.”

Ahmad

“Back in the Day”

Wikipedia says Ahmad is perhaps best known for this recording. Wikipedia is indubitably wrong. This is literally the only song that Ahmad is known for, and he’s barely known for it at all; I thought this was a Tribe track from He Got Game with Ray Allen and Denzel.

Khia

“My Neck, My Back”

So raunchy, the next two body parts following neck and back are not repeatable within the context of a UFV student journalism publication; perish the thought of sullying these hallowed pages with such virulent and perverse language. Far be it from me to repeat them, so watch this video online at www.ufvcascade.ca!

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