MP3 Round-Up: The Orange, Eleven Hundred Springs, DJ Rob Viktum, Coldplay

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Kind of a short week mp3-wise. We gave you two (The Orange and Eleven Hundred Springs), pointed you in the direction of another (Rob Viktum), and told you about a download that, well, pretty much everyone who cared already knew about (Coldplay). But, in case you missed it, here it is:

The Orange -- "Nip/Tuck" Eleven Hundred Springs -- "Every Time I Get Close To You"

DJ Rob Viktum Remixes Hangar 18

Coldplay -- "Violet Hill"

...and we spread some big local music news: Ghosthustler's done-zo. --Pete Freedman

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