As you can guess, Blur’s woo hoos are intact, and while there’s still some semblance of that fuzzy guitar riff, it’s mainly been replaced by a chugging synth line. K$ spends most of the verses rapping, but there’s a dramatic trance-y breakdown highlighting her traditional singing voice before a typically bombastic chorus. There’s even a Lady Gaga-esque “Hallelujah” bridge. The song has everything, basically. Hear it below.
Blur‘s “Song 2,” that staple of late ’90s alt-rock that has gone on to soundtrack just about every sporting event ever. The song has become an underground favorite of the Animals, but they’ve been rocking out to a grainy version that’s been floating around the web this whole time. Now a high quality version has popped up.Behold Ke$ha‘s “Woo Hoo.” A lost track apparently from her Warrior sessions, it samples