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    Friday, July 27, 2007

    Friendly fire

    M.I.A. at Studio B, 7-25-07




















    "XR2"


    "URAQT"


    "Pull Up The People"


    "20 Dollar"



    "Boyz"

    * MP3: "Boyz" - M.I.A. from Kala
    * MP3: "XR2" - M.I.A. from Kala [Preorder it]

    Comments on "Friendly fire"

     

    Anonymous David J said ... (5:21 PM) : 

    Hey, just so you know, the song you labeled as "Where is My Mind" is 20 Dollar off of Kala. Awesome post. Keeping the nitty gritty MIA fans like myself alive.

     

    Blogger Charlie said ... (5:29 PM) : 

    Hey thanks for the info. Maya threw me off with the Pixies nod, but I made the change.

    I also have some good video of "Jimmy" and "Bucky Done Gun" but they're too big for YouTube and Google Video is down. Hopefully, I'll be able to get them up here somehow.

     

    Anonymous Richard S. said ... (1:55 AM) : 

    Many thanks for posting those clips...

    I knew about that Studio B show well in advance, but when the tickets went on sale, they sold out so quickly (five hours, so I hear), online, when I didn't have a computer hooked up and was probably asleep anyway.

    I saw her at Coney Island, but this looks better.

     

    Anonymous Zilla Rocca said ... (2:49 PM) : 

    "XR2" is BANGIN!

    This is how I wanted Nelly Furtado's album to sound.

     

    Blogger Charlie said ... (3:40 PM) : 

    Whoops, the Universal Music Group decided I didn't own the copyrights to the M.I.A. videos. And so, no free advertising scores another resounding victory over free advertising.

     

    Anonymous W said ... (6:22 PM) : 

    Hey Charlie. I found this post about 10 years too late

    It's a long shot but can I ask if still have the videos from this and maybe more pics to share? Peace

     

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