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Tri Angle Records presents: Let Me Shine For You (Lindsay Lohan Witch House Covers Mixtape)

Lindsay Lohan went to jail, so Tri Angle Records put together a witch house mixtape for DIS Magazine, that finds 5 of LiLo's songs (yes, she is/was a singer) getting a creeped out treatment.



Organized by Robin Carolan of the 20 Jazz Funk Greats blog and Tri Angle Records, the mix was “inspired in part by Lindsay Lohan’s grotesquely fascinating black hole existence and in part by my unwavering belief in the power of pop music as an artform”. Shine For You features reinterpretations of Lohan songs by Autre Ne Veut, Laurel Halo, Babe Rainbow, oOoOO, Stalker and Oneohtrix Point Never.


In the label’s words, “even though we are all fond of Lindsay in our own ways, there is no FREE LINDSAY agenda here. We all love pop music and this is merely an experiment. All of our intentions are very sincere.”


In short: AMAZING. Download Shine For You here.


mp3: Laurel Halo - Something I Never Had (Lindsay Lohan Cover)




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Not sure what you mean by "creeped out treatment". I guess I'll have to listen to find out. :-)

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