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Saliva

“Family Reunion”
You know at least a couple of Saliva tunes—I guarantee it.  Whether you’ve heard them on the radio, in your own club or in one of dozens of TV commercials, tracks like “Ladies and Gentlemen,” “Click Click Boom” and “Always” are among some of the most recognizable rock tracks of the past half decade.

Fresh off of their new album Cinco Diablo (it’s their fifth album, get it?), the track “Family Reunion” finds its way on “StripJoints” Vol. 15.  It rocks, it has a few trademark “booms” from singer Josey Scott, so why not give it a spin?

Michelle Williams

“Hungover”
With a thumping base line that grabs you like an alien face hugger, and her breathy, vocals gasping deliciously through the meandering lyrics, Michelle Williams’ “Hungover” will have the hairs on the back of your neck standing at attention.  Other body parts may follow suit after three-and-a-half minutes of seeing your dancers sweat along to the pulsing beat and dynamic pauses.

michellewilliamsThere’s something especially tempting about a song that leaves Williams — also a gospel singer who had the best-selling Christian album of 2004 — “crazy”, “sick”, “dizzy”, “tore up” and, of course, “hungover” in this ode to a lover who has left her in a mental and emotional — and pretty freakin’ hot — stupor.  The lyrics feel somewhat rambling, but complement the general tone of her song, which is about the heady, nonfunctional state you’re left in with a (love) hangover.  While you may find her hangover somewhat less fearsome than the Sauza-inspired one you dealt with last weekend, you’ll probably find a new interest in being the direct cause of hers.  — Kylie Matthews

Nickelback

“Something In Your Mouth”
Hmmm ... something in your mouth, eh? Wonder what that could be?
nickelbackIn any case, thanks to tracks like “Figured You Out,” “How You Remind Me,” “Rockstar” and “Animals,” Nickelback has become a favorite of exotic dancers and adult club patrons everywhere.  In fact, they may very well be THE hottest rock band in adult clubs across the country.  Sexual innuendo goes a long way with this band, and why not?  If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it!

The track “Something In Your Mouth” comes (no pun intended) off of their brand new CD Dark Horse, and it is custom made for play in your club.  And when I say custom made, I mean, if your club plays rock music, and your DJ doesn’t get this song in heavy rotation, you should have his or her head examined. 

In fact, when you look at the lyrics, it looks like they wrote this song specifically for play in adult clubs!  But don’t take my word for it—read ‘em:

Got to meet the hottie with the million-dollar body
They say it’s over budget buy you’d pay her just to touch it
Pretty little lady with the pretty pink thong
Every sugar daddy hittin’ on her all night long
Crafty little lip tricks
Tattoos on her left hip
She bending as your spending
There’s no ending it so baby come on
Dressed up like a princess
Bettin’ that her skin smells better
Than the scent of every flower in the desert come on
You’re ripping up the dance floor honey
You shake your ass around for everyone
I love the way you dance with anybody
And tease them all by sucking on your thumb

So really, what are you waiting for? Play this song NOW.


Guns N’ Roses returns

Guns N’ Roses returns; Nickelback “Strips”

Few albums in the history of rock music have had the build-up afforded to Guns N’ Roses’ Chinese Democracy.  I mean, how many CDs are almost 15 years in the making?  The safe answer would be, none ... ever.  But only now, after rumors of its release came and went, Axl Rose finally put this baby to bed, and Chinese Democracy was made available for purchase (only through Best Buy stores and on iTunes) on November 23, 2008.

gunsnrosesOnly time will tell whether Chinese Democracy lives up to the extensive hype surrounding it. But the truth is, YOU can factor in to this disc’s ultimate success—or at least your DJ can.  The newest installment of Concrete Marketing’s “Strip Joints” features two brand new songs from Guns N’ Roses’ Chinese Democray, including the title track and the song “Better,” the disc’s first single.
The track “Chinese Democracy” is the album’s opener, and after a one-minute build-up, Axl’s trademark scream cracks through and launches this straight-up rocker.  Though what you might typically expect from a Guns N’ Roses song, especially an album opener, it also reveals a fresh sound for the band.  And let’s face it—it rocks.

“Better,” on the other hand, is anything but typical.  The song starts with Rose singing in a high pitched voice that almost sounds female, then traverses into a sultry, mid-tempo verse, perfect for the on-stage antics of your sexiest entertainers.  “Better” continues with its twists and turns, from hard rocking chorus to a pop-infused guitar solo.

Whether you love ‘em, like ‘em or could care less, Guns N’ Roses’ Chinese Democracy will be in the news and on the radio for months to come.  Your customers and entertainers already know the name, and with new music to boot, playing these hot-off-the-presses tracks by a legendary band like Guns N’ Roses at your club should be a no-brainer.

But wait, there’s more!  The following artists and songs also appear on the new “StripJoints” CD.

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