Notes: Punk Goes Crunk, Handshakes and Highfives on iTunes

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the latest

in the

Punk Goes...

series just came out, and it includes a track by The Secret Handshake. What did Luis do for

Punk Goes Crunk

? A cover of Skee-Lo's “I Wish.” You read that right. It's up on

The Secret Handshake's MySpace

, iTunes (99 cents and it's yours) or the album. I'll tell you, I'm still not sure what exactly to say about this cover. Listen to it, and you'll know what I mean.

Moving on, word is Handshakes and Highfives will have their music available on iTunes starting May 12. So, those who have procrastinated or only go the mp3 route can fully enjoy H&H. -- Chelsea Ide

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