The Heartless, Silver Medallion Post New Tracks on MySpace

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Pop-punk act The Heartless posted three new tracks "Just to Be," "Get Away" and "Bigger Than Us" on their MySpace this week, asking fans to let them know which track is their new favorite. Our vote is for "Get Away."

Hip-hop act Silver Medallion posted one new track, "Slave in a Dream," on their MySpace. The guys plan to drop their forthcoming disc next month. The guys also posted a new remix of "My Moon My Man." The guys will be performing at Tempe's Four Points Sheraton pool party at 1 p.m. Sunday.

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