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Playlist: Tax cuts and instant searching
Posted by Chau Tu
For Marketplace, Wednesday, September 8, 2010
More corporate tax cuts may be on the horizon, putting Republicans in a bind unless they call President Obama’s bluff and get the proposals through Congress before midterm elections. The tax cuts won’t generate new jobs, but Millennials are taking charge and getting creative in their job applications. Meanwhile, Google launches instant searching, Kai learns about how treating computers like humans can help build better human relationships, and the beauty industry is getting green — and we’re not talking the color. Here was the musical palette for the show:
By the way, if anyone knows the artist behind “Beauty and the Bass,” let us know with a comment!Thanks! Listeners helped us out and identified the artist as Roy Budd.
- Direction – Sackcloth Fashion
- These Things – She Wants RevengeBuy
- Parentheses – The BlowBuy
- Knock You Down (Keri Hilson) – The Chart Hit PlayersBuy
- Personal Jesus – Depeche ModeBuy
- Beauty and the Bass – Roy Budd
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