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Top Five Songs That Define Spring Break

1. "Thong Song" from Unleash the Dragon, by Sisqó: "Pretty awkward beachwear, right? Thank God, that was just a trend."

2. "Ignition (Remix)" from Chocolate Factory, by R. Kelly: "Always works."

3. "Be Thankful for What You Got" from Be Thankful for What You Got, by William DeVaughn: "Cyrus D.–approved. OG Gangsta Lean tune."

4. "Let It Go" from 7 Days of Funk, by Dam-Funk and Snoop Dogg: "Perfect pairing of artists and a killer jam."

5. "Coconut" from Nilsson Schmilsson, by Harry Nilsson: "For the one-drink-every-hour chill crowd."

— compiled by Kelly Corcoran

Love Garden Sounds
822 Massachusetts, Lawrence, lovegardensounds.com


1. "Girls, Girls, Girls" from Girls, Girls, Girls, by Motley Crüe: "Pretty much a mating call right there."

2. "Rockaway Beach" from Rocket to Russia, by the Ramones: "Because being landlocked means sometimes you need to pretend."

3. "Classic Rock in Spring" from Constant Hitmaker, by Kurt Vile: "All melancholy and sweetness with a dollop of sexual subtext."

4. "Too Drunk to Fuck" from Mutiny on the Bay, by the Dead Kennedys: "Here's what you want to avoid about spring break. You're welcome."

5. "93 'Til Infinity" from 93 'Til Infinity, by Souls of Mischief: "The perfect roll-down-your-windows-and-let-it-bump song."

— compiled by the social-media supporters of Mills Record Co.

Mills Record Co.
314 Westport Road, millsrecordcompany.com

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