New songs

Published on February 3rd, 2015 | by Gerry Galipault

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New Songs: Sia, Fifth Harmony, Shawn Mendes, etc.

“Salted Wound” (from “Fifty Shades of Grey”), Sia

“This Is How We Roll,” Fifth Harmony

“The Best Room,” Modest Mouse

“A Little Too Much,” Shawn Mendes

“Every City We Go,” Kid Ink feat. Migos

“Billion,” Mat Kearney

“What I Did for Love (Remixes),” David Guetta feat. Emeli Sandé

“Brother,” NEEDTOBREATHE feat. Gavin DeGraw

 

“Song For My Unborn Son,” Sam Martin

“Knock Me Out,” Fancy Reagan

“Carousel,” East India Youth

“Rhymes,” Chris Lorenzo

“Courage,” Villagers

“Cold Front,” Laura Welsh

“Freakout!,” Mini Mansions

“Hurricane,” MisterWives

“My Baby Don’t Understand Me,” Natalie Prass

“Coming Home,” Leon Bridges

“Try Me Remix,” DeJ Loaf feat. Jeezy and T.I.

“Let Me Down Easy,” Max Frost

“Chinatown,” Girlpool

“I’m Good,” The Mowgli’s

“Made in Gold,” Nova Rockafeller

“Hypernight,” Title Fight

“Memo,” Years & Years

 

“Lose Myself,” Seven Lions feat. Lynn Gunn

“Pedestrian At Best,” Courtney Barnett

“By My Side,” Leroy Sanchez

“Overload,” Life of Dillon

“Now and Again,” Tor Miller

“2AM,” Astrid

“Let Me Go,” Shystie feat. Jalissa

“My Mistake,” Cam

“Prescription,” Nite Fields

“Drown,” My Midnight Heart

“Bad Habits,” Doug Balmain

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$5 Albums: Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, “Pure Funk,” Marvin Gaye, Styx, The Rolling Stones, James Brown, Kenny Rogers, Eric Church, Johnny Cash, John Mellencamp, Supertramp, Steve Winwood, etc.

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$5.99 Classic Albums Bill Withers, Boz Scaggs, Mad Season, Train, Sade, Bob Dylan, Maxwell, Chris Botti, Annie Lennox, Alicia Keys, Loggins & Messina, The Byrds, Angie Stone, Harry Belafonte, Kenny G, etc.

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