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The Foodchain gives us "Something to Remember Me By"

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And the hits just keep coming today. Here's another one fresh out of the lab. This one's a laid back cut from the Foodchain. It's called called "Something to Remember Me By," and it's the type of track that's perfect for gliding through town at twilight, just as the sun is going down over those purple mountains and a nice cool breeze is floating through your open windows. The understated keys, smooth flow and hook and solid bass-laden groove conjures the kind of chill evening when there's no traffic and you've got no place in to go and all night to get there. Take it for a spin after the jump.

MP3: "Something to Remember Me By"

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