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11. "L.O.F. (Law of F's)" feat. Big Kuntry Posse. Courtney Barnett (Acoustic guitar). It's a song that not only has a particularly inspired and moving recording, but which is also enormously funny in its eloquent distancing of anything even remotely resembling an actual, concrete relationship. Barnett's lyric about what "you're gonna be" most likely not make it into the finished version of the song because it's probably not suitable for family viewing at your in-laws, but every bit the hit as the original, equally Kansas City- based TTM's metal-chomped club anthem.
10. "Hip Hop" feat. The LOX. LL Cool J (Vocals). It may be mostly about the white rapper, but it's also about the black rappers, race relations, and his head, too. LL Cool J makes the case for how much good we have to do to stay out of the cold.
9. "Politics" feat. Clipse, Jadakiss & Sheek D. "Politics" is one of the big omissions from L.O.F. as a song, but that's 100% intentional. TTM stay away from anything remotely political in nature, and especially in 2012, with the last gasp of the Bush administration and their surrogate in the White House. They're about hip hop.
8. "No Limit" feat. DJ Drama. Lil Wayne (Rapper). Two of 2012's biggest, most successful hip-hop stars - Wayne and Trombone Shorty - demonstrate the kind of harmony and chemistry that only good friends can, obviously a perfect match for their swelling ballad.
7. "L.O.F. (Law of F')" feat. Big Kuntry Posse. Courtney Barnett (guitar). Big Kuntry Posse has a mix of rap, country, ballads, and a cameo from Courtney's father, Walter Barnett, who provides a brand of introspection in song seeing and feeling too high-minded.
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