If Muzak Be The Food Of Love, Play Off.

Today’s menu of tunes in the overhead music inside at D’s is mostly from the column labeled “Soulless, anesthetized, ProTools versions of songer more than 20 years old that were pretty good as originals.”

What is it about Marvin Gaye’s music that makes these evil robots want to skullfuck it? I ask you.

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