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At spring training, No. 1 prospect Jason Hayward has been shattering car windows beyond right field. Maybe his at-bat song should be "Bust Your Window."
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April 5, 2010 Have you ever noticed that the songs the batters pick while stepping up to the plate are -- for the most part -- not always great? There just has to be something better than "With Arms Wide Open" to get baseball fans on their feet between bites of overpriced chili dogs. We put together our own NPR nine-song starting lineup to get you started.
Left to right: Dan Auerbach, Jim Jones, Mos Def, Patrick Carney, and Damon Dash.
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November 27, 2009 The Black Keys are known for their stripped-down, blues-inspired music. But in a new project called BlakRoc, they are breaking into the world of hip-hop and collaborating with rappers like RZA and Pharoahe Monch.
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December 24, 2007 This wasn't the strongest year for hip-hop, but 2007 still featured some excellent releases that pushed the genre's boundaries, as well as a few records that reveled, old-school style, in great beats and rhymes.
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