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MP3 Freeloader: The Pirate Signal "Col Boi" & "Love in the Time of Swine Flu"

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It's no secret that the Pirate Signal is one of the dopest hip-hop groups out of Colorado, so why do we act surprised when they continually prove it? Early this morning, lead vocalist Yonnas fired off two new tracks via Twitter, possibly from the group's upcoming album, and made the songs available for download free of charge. The two songs, "Col Boi" and "Love in the Time of Swine Flu" are vastly different from each other but both maintain that TPS sound that we've grown to accustomed to. Take a listen to the new tracks and download them after the jump:

Download "Col Boi"

Download "Love in the Time of Swine Flu"

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