Today I came across a music video made by an ELLE magazine editor called "My Heels." (You can read the story of how the video came about on the ELLE site.) It got me thinking about what other shoe-ccentric songs are out there. So tonight, I present to you my playlist for shoe lovers! Think I missed a great footwear-minded song? Let me know in the comments!
Continue reading for the full track listing, links to purchase the songs from Amazon, and the streaming playlist on Grooveshark.
Amazon.com offers a variety of $5 MP3 albums each month; the November ones are now up on the site. In addition to 100 regular MP3 albums, Amazon.com also has 102 holiday MP3 albums for $5/each this month.
A sampling of the 202 albums currently available for $5 each:
I bought the Hotel Café's Winter Songs album in CD form two years ago; it was pretty much all we played on the drive home from a Christmas visit in New Jersey.
Amazon.com offers a variety of $5 MP3 albums each month; the October ones are now up on the site. This month's offerings are particularly good, in my opinion.
A sampling of the 100 albums available for $5 each:
- NOW That's What I Call Music 39 [various artists]
- Sorry for Party Rocking [an Amazon.com exclusive version] by LMFAO
- Volume One by She & Him
- Give Up by the Postal Service
- Rockin' the Suburbs by Ben Folds
- Parachutes by Coldplay
- Demon Days by Gorillaz
- One of the Boys by Katy Perry
- A Fever You Can't Sweat Out by Panic! at The Disco
- Take My Home Tonight [soundtrack]
Additionally, Amazon.com is offering 15 different magazine subscriptions for $5 each now through October 11, 2011. (Warning: Most of the subscriptions are "auto-renewal" subscriptions; if you don't want to keep the subscription beyond a year, make sure you cancel before it renews.)
The selection includes:
Last week was my 25th birthday. I haven't had a chance to post much since then because, the day after my birthday, I was bitten by a dog on my right hand. It's a long story, but I'm fine; it's just a little harder than usual to type.
Anyway, I received a number of items off my wish list, as well as some other great presents; you can check out all the goodies below. The only birthday deal I wound up using was the Rita's one for a free regular ice, partly because of my injury but in large part because most of the offers weren't compelling enough for me to go out of my way to use them.
Read on for all the details.
For today (9/13) only, St. Vincent's new album "Strange Mercy" is available for $3.99 (digital download, not CD) in the Amazon MP3 store. That's a great deal on its own.
But, through September 18, Amazon.com is also offering a $1.50 credit to be applied to any of 21 new indie albums, including St. Vincent's. That means you can get "Strange Mercy" in DRM-less MP3 form for only $2.49. That's an even better deal.
But hurry, because you can only get it at that super low price today.
Amazon.com offers a $3.99 digital album every day. The only other one I've purchased was Weird Al's "Alpocalypse" earlier this summer. Most of the albums they offer are good and by popular artists, but I get so much music for free (legally) and I'm not very particular about what I listen to that most of the time they're not worth it to me. But they are still good deals, so if you are a music aficionado, keep your eye out for their deals. You can follow Amazon MP3 on Facebook to stay updated on all their daily deals and other specials.