Turning goodbyes into good biology

Press play, jam your rear in the porch chair, put your feet on the rail and listen.

It’s about fear and dealing and it’s one of the best damn albums of the summer.  I’m not talking about Yeezus. It’s Hokey Fright, the album from Kimya Dawson (of The Moldy Peaches fame) and Aesop Rock’s collaboration, the Uncluded.

This track, Organs, may be the world’s first ever pro-organ donation anthem.  About time, I say.  The least we can all do in this world is leave our parts behind for someone else who needs them.

Buy the Uncluded‘s Hokey Fright on iTunes, on Amazon, on Google Play.

In The Player This Week

  1. The Uncluded– Hokey Fright
  2. The Frontbottoms– Talon Of The Hawk
  3. The Beatles– 1967-1970
  4. Bruce Springsteen– The Wild, The Innocent & The E Street Shuffle