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This morning, I was looking for a version of the performance by Jack Black and Casey Abrams to listen to and I came across a great site called MP3Skull.com. The site is great.  There are tons of versions of each song, a massive song selection and an option to download the song you’re looking for.  If you’re looking for a place to find mp3s or listen to music, check it out.

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This summer should be a great season for concerts. Many great bands, singers and artists have announced tours, some of which start soon. Taylor Swift may be one of the top tours this summer but she has some competition… Kenny Chesney, U2, Keith Urban, NKOTB & BSB, Jimmy Buffett, Josh Groban and many others will be taking the stage this summer.

I am interested to see if the Foo Fighters will add more USA dates. Also, it will be interesting to see if Nickelback goes back on tour.

As far as comedy, the biggest tour might be Jeff Foxworthy, Larry the Cable Guy and Bill Engvall. There hasn’t been much talk or rumors about other comedy tours. Maybe Jerry Seinfeld will add more dates as usual.

In a few weeks, American Idol will be nearing he series finale and they usually release an ‘American Idols Live’ tour which does well.

Even Charlie Sheen is touring. I am not too sure what he will be doing on his tour but he is the center of the entertainment world right now. I wouldn’t let anyone under 18 into those shows hana.

What concert are you most excited for this summer?

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Taylor SwiftThe end of 2010 is almost upon us, which is why MTV News is rounding up the Top Songs of 2010. We had over two dozen MTV News staffers submit their own personal lists of their 25 favorite songs, and from those lists we derived a master list whose top 10 will be slowly rolling out over the course of this week. Check out one of the 25 lists below, with an argument or two for the greatness of some of the under-appreciated tunes of the year.

By Jocelyn Vena, with some help from her girl Christina Garibaldi

1. “OMG,” Usher

2. “Telephone,” Lady Gaga featuring Beyoncé

3. “Runaway,” Kanye West

4. “Mine,” Taylor Swift
This track the type of song that girls would listen to on repeat at sleepovers. It also has Swift finally singing about adult relationships, which means that anyone can relate to it. That’s really what makes it a great pop song.

5. “Love the Way You Lie,” Eminem featuring Rihanna

6. “Fancy,” Drake featuring Swizz Beatz

7. “DJ Got Us Fallin’ in Love,” Usher

8. “California Gurls,” Katy Perry featuring Snoop Dogg

9. “I Like It,” Enrique Iglesias

10. “Alejandro,” Lady Gaga

11. “Dynamite,” Taio Cruz

12. “Somebody to Love,” Justin Bieber
Whether or not you are a Bieber fan, “Somebody To Love” was his bid for Usher’s throne. Let’s put it another way: If Usher released it, you probably wouldn’t be ashamed to love it.

13. “Tik Tok,” Ke$ha

14. “F— You,” Cee-Lo Green

15. “Just Haven’t Met You Yet,” Michael Buble

16. “Nothin’ on You,” B.o.B featuring Bruno Mars

17. “Airplanes,” B.o.B featuring Haley Williams of Paramore

18. “Whip My Hair,” Willow Smith

19. “Teenage Dream,” Katy Perry

20. “Rude Boy,” Rihanna

21. “Your Love Is My Drug,” Ke$ha

22. “Dog Days Are Over,” Florence & the Machine
This track is a little weird sonically and lyrically, but it managed to permeate the pop world thanks to an appearance in the “Eat, Pray, Love” trailers and Florence Welch’s super cool voice and persona.

23. “The Only Exception,” Paramore
Hayley Williams sings about heartbreak and love better than most people double her age, so when she meets that guy that breaks down her walls, we want to believe they can make it work.

24. “Shake,” Jesse McCartney
Jesse has always been on the cusp of crossing over into a full-fledged adult pop star, and this song has just as much swagger and charm as your average Justin Timberlake release (and that guy doesn’t even make records any more). Bottom line: give it another listen.

25. “Unthinkable,” Alicia Keys featuring Drake