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Singles file: Soundgarden, Taylor Swift, Frightened Rabbit

ralph stanleySoundgarden performed at Lollapalooza and now offers up a vintage outtake.

By Allison Stewart

A weekly playlist for the listener with a one-track mind...

Soundgarden: "Black Rain"

Originally recorded for "Badmotorfinger," this supremely sludgy outtake chilled in the vault until now, biding its time until the inevitable greatest hits package/grudging reunion show.

Frightened Rabbit: "Son C"

Scotland's mopiest/awesomest indie pop band returns with a not-unhappy song about death.

Taylor Swift: "Mine"

On this maiden single from her October disc, "Speak Now," Swift cribs from every hit she's ever had - and remains adorable.

Yeasayer: "O.N.E." (Teen Daze remix)

Yeasayer's already much-tweaked hit gets electro-fied, courtesy of Canadian bedroom savant Teen Daze.

André 3000: "I Do"

It's not the Dre of our dreams, but considering the unicorn-like rarity of new material from the OutKast rapper, this tagged, low-quality leak from Limelight Exclusives' upcoming mix tape is better than nothing.

By Allison Stewart  |  August 10, 2010; 11:00 AM ET
Categories:  Singles file  | Tags: Andre 3000, Frightened Rabbit, Soundgarden, Taylor Swift, Yeasayer  
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