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Spawn of Snooki: Top Ten Jersey Lullabies for the MTV Star's Newborn Meatball

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8. Chuck Berry - "You Can't Catch Me"
This rock 'n' roll classic details the exploits of a protagonist literally addicted to life in the fast lane and includes a drag race on the New Jersey Turnpike. What Chuck Berry forgot to
mention was how inexplicably bad the highway (all of it) smells. So, we'll tell you now: That shit stank like flamin' hot garbage.

7. Bruce Springsteen - "4th of July, Asbury Park (Sandy)"
This is the first suggestion we think Snooki might actually consider when she reads this list after it goes mad viral and gets forwarded to her by her stable of asswipers. Every guidette loves the Boss! And no, we don't mean the Bawse. Most guidettes are scared of him.

6. E-Town Concrete - "There Goes the Neighborhood"
Buckle your seat belts. This one's a doozy. Or we do we mean doody? The following Jersey lullaby comes from E-Town Concrete, a bruise crew that existed at the totally bewildering intersection of NJHC that blended metallic, mosh-oriented hardcore with hip-hop overtones that, in retrospect, was totally proto-nu-metal.

To make matters even Jersey-er, they're covering Body Count, rapper Ice T's own "rap rock"
outfit. And their reworking of the lyrics doesn't make any fucking sense! Three cheers for E-Town Concrete!

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Matt Preira

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