Bonus MP3: Scott Johnson -- "King Kong Heart"

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Just to clarify: Jesse Hughey didn't hate Cleburne hip-hop artist Scott Johnson's new disc, Clutch. The last line in his review, "He just needs a 'delete' button," was meant to explain that Johnson should cut down his 25-track effort to its best efforts only in order for this disc to be greatly improved.

In fact, Jesse really liked one of the songs: "King Kong Heart," the third on the disc.

Bonus mp3:

Scott Johnson -- "King Kong Heart"

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