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May 16, 2008
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BoinkMusic: The Republic Tigers

While it may be one of the lesser concerns when preparing to have sex, music can play a role in making or breaking the mood. Of course, if you spend half the evening combing through your vast record collection, and the only sound you’re likely to hear is that of your lover walking out the door.

Boinkology wants you to get laid, so we’re taking the guesswork out and giving you our own handpicked selections of the latest and greatest new tracks to download and get down to. Every Friday, Camille Acey brings you BoinkMusic: music you don’t know, but should definitely be fucking to.

They say opposites attract, and my current situation proves that is most certainly true. My boyfriend and I met in New York City but by some odd stroke I got dragged back to live in his small Alpine town. When we go out hiking, he always laughs at my fear of scaling hilly cliffs and passing along narrow passes and says, “You weren’t so afraid when you were working in those skyscrapers.” While I, not seeing the parallel, always roll my eyes at this crack, I guess to his “country boy” eyes it’s the same idea. While we might not always see eye to eye, opposite to opposite, I gotta love my guy.

Specimen: The Republic Tigers - Buildings & Mountains

Description: A folky track with acoustic guitar, light electronics, heartfelt lead and super atmospheric background vocals, makes for a track that was just begging to outgrow its humble Kansas roots.

Hypothesis: Whether you’re a country mouse or city mouse, this track should help you get together and reach some new personal highs.

Further Research: http://www.myspace.com/therepublictigers

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