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iPad owners can get free songs from SPIN's 40 best albums of 2011

Published December 22, 2011 9:58 am
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This holiday, SPIN is giving away a special edition of SPIN "Play for iPad" featuring 38 free streaming songs and 35 free streaming music videos from SPIN's Top 40 Albums of 2011.

From today until January 5, anyone with an iPad can download free issue of SPIN magazine from the iTunes App Store (http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/spin-play/id423407524?mt=8&ls=1) and get immediate access to a streaming playlist of 38 songs and 35 music videos from their highest-ranking LPs of the year. The tracks are yours to keep.

The playlist can be set to autoplay, creating the best playlist of the year, or can be used as a perfect accompaniment for music fans giving getting iPads under the tree on Sunday.

For more info, go to http://www.spin.com/articles/spin-unleashes-free-ipad-issue-top-40-albums-2011

Here are the free songs and their Top 40 ranking: 40. Jay-Z and Kanye West "Ni**as In Paris", Watch the Throne39. Beyonce, "Love On Top", 438. Zola Jesus, "Seekir", Conatus37. The Field, "Then It's White", Looping State of Mind 35. Washed Out, "Eyes Be Closed", Within & Without 34. St. Vincent, "Surgeon", Strange Mercy 33. Fleet Foxes, "Grown Ocean", Helplessness Blues 32. Hayes Carll, "Hide Me", KMAG YOYO 31. Yuck, "Shook Down", Yuck 30. Tune-Yards, "Bizness", Whokill 29. Lady Gaga, "Marry The Night", Born This Way 28. Tim Hecker, "The Piano Drop", Ravedeath, 1972 27. Big K.R.I.T., "Dreamin'", Return of 4Eva 26. Liturgy, "Generation", Aesthetica 25. Cass McCombs, "Same Thing" and "County Line", Wit's End/Humor Risk 24. Deer Tick, "Miss K", Divine Providence 23. Ice Age, "Broken Bone", New Brigade 21. Youth Lagoon, "July", The Year of Hibernation 20. Shabazz Palaces Swerve... the reeping of all that is worthwhile (Noir not withstanding)" Black Up 19. M83, "Midnight City", Hurry Up We're Dreaming 18. SBTRKT, "Hold On", SBTRKT17. Dum Dum Girls, "Bedroom Eyes", I Will Be 16. Das Racist, "Brand New Dance", Relax 15. The Men, "()", Leave Home14. Bon Iver, "Calgary", Bon Iver, Bon Iver 13. The Weeknd, "Wicked Games", House of Balloons/Thursday 12. Telekinesis, "Country Lane", 12 Desperate Straight Lines 11. Stephen Malkmus & the Jicks, "Senator", Mirror Traffic 10. Lykke Li "Get Some", Wounded Rhymes 9. Wild Flag, "Romance", Wild Flag 8. G-Side, "How Far", The One...Cohesive 7. The Rapture, "How Deep Is Your Love", In the Grace of Your Love 6. Girls, "Honey Bunny", Father, Son, Holy Ghost 5. Danny Brown, "Monopoly", XXX 4. Kurt Vile, "Jesus Fever", Smoke Ring for My Halo 3. EMA, "Breakfast", Past Life Martyred Saints 2. PJ Harvey (above), "Let England Shake", Let England Shake 1. F___ed Up, "The Other Shoe", David Comes to Life




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