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CAESARS: Jerk It Out

I've always really like the Swedish music scene, although I've not had a great relationship with the Caesars. They opened at some forgettable concert I attended and I wasn't really impressed. They just seemed noisey. Thanks to the ubiquity bestowed upon any song featured in an iPod commercial, the band is having a bit of public revival. This recycled track from a previous album is a compact pop gem. The reviews of the rest of the album are less postive. Watch the video (real).

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