Tuesday, May 22, 2012 Y 12:04 PM
Apparently I forgot and have been way too distracted with myself to post the stream of the North American version of this single. Kinda funny that I got to work with Little Boots and team on this single. I would hear her remix of some song I got from some website on my iPod randomly when I picked my dad up from work a couple years ago. Sometimes you go like "oh never in a million years would these things happen" but they do, even if the thought of it never ever crossed your mind (like when people find themselves giving head). I asked people like Joe Smooth, D-Man, Nic Sarno and Screamin' Rachael to all add their flavor on the remixes so listen below, sorry world for not being able to buy it!
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"...you're a conoisseur of all fine culture"
"The photographs are, at times, depressing. At other times, they are a celebration of the simple life."
- Curated Magazine
"You are such a dirty whore on the inside though, I love it."
"Chicago photographer, Jorge Cruz, is, in my humble opinion, what photography is all about."
- Aline Smithson, Lenscratch
"i keep forgetting how cruel you are"
"your words are harsh and insensitive"
"I think Jorge sees everything. He responds in excellent, funny, questioning ways. He is a fearless artist. I appreciate his insightfulness. It's all pretty transformative. He is a very sweet person too. Works really hard and can do so many good things! It's sort of mystifying."
" your allusions to fictional or historical characters escape me"
"A distance that is elusive and covetous"
- Land Magazine
" u'd be like "mariam this is pathetic, cooler things happen to me when i pee"
"I do not agree with your lifestyle and how you choose to follow it"
"you have an ugly heart"
"you crazy enough girl"
- Sir Nenis
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