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CIVL Shuffle: future and past edition

CIVL Station Manager Aaron Levy is excited to hear the first broadcast of Unlocking Your Truth with Dr. Lesley, a psychic call-in show airing Tuesdays from 7 to 8 p.m. on 101.7 FM and CIVL.ca! Here are some future and past songs for your pre-exam week listening.

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By Aaron Levy (CIVL Station Manager) – Email

Print Edition: November 26, 2014

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CIVL Station Manager Aaron Levy is excited to hear the first broadcast of Unlocking Your Truth with Dr. Lesley, a psychic call-in show airing Tuesdays from 7 to 8 p.m. on 101.7 FM and CIVL.ca! Here are some future and past songs for your pre-exam week listening.


Prince

“1999”

Prince and The Revolution – 1999 from Willy Lunaspot on Vimeo.

When this song was written, it was predicted that people would party differently in 1999, or, for some reason, 2000 and beyond. Do we? I don’t know … Will Smith predicted that we would do the same, and then, hold up, it was 1999, and it was, well, the same! Methinks …

Black Mountain

“Bright Lights”

From the album In The Future, a closer that lasts over 15 minutes and is perfect for campus/community radio bathroom breaks or programmers who are late for their programs to get settled in. Do not use in this fashion. Lightning Dust played at UFV’s 40th Celebration, BM members included.

Run the Jewels

“No Crown”

“Can’t pick up no crown holding what’s holding you down.” Michael Render wants to remind you to let go of the past in order to be comfortable with your future, and beyond that to be able to prosper in that future. Limp Bizkit said, “Heavy is the head that wears the crown.”

Sublime

“Hope”

“Wait for someone who can turn you on, he’s gonna make you feel the way you wanna feel.” Some rare mid-late era Sublime that’s more punk than ragga, Mr. Bradley Nowells imagines a future where his day comes, and he stops being that boy who girls don’t want a future with.

Matthew Good Band

“Symbolistic White Walls”

“I’ve got a psychic, and she says I’m lonely, she says my destiny inside of me is turning out all wrong” – the pre-chorus from MG’s first “hit” single post-C-Fox and his early Seeds competition showing. Apparently at the time he was already telling people to expect him to be cheap and see-through.

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