The Roots grow fast locally
Eagle Valley Music Co. – Vail Village1. “Tipping Point,” by the Roots2. “Contraband” by Velvet Revolver3. “Uber Cobra,” by Widespread Panic4. “Hunger for More,” by Lloyd Banks5. “To The 5 Boroughs,” by Beastie Boys6. “License to Chill,” by Jimmy Buffett7. “Good News for People Who Love Bad News,” by Modest Mouse8. “Vol. 3: Subliminal Verses,” by Slipknot9. “Songs From the Front Porch,” by Michael Franti10. “Stage,” by Keller WilliamsMojo Music – Avon1. “To The 5 Boroughs,” by Beastie Boys2. “Liscense to Chill,” by Jimmy Buffett3. “Tipping Point,” by the Roots4. “Uber Cobra,” by Widespread Panic5. “Songs From the Front Porch,” by Michael Franti6. “Ready to Die (remastered with DVD),” by Notorious B.I.G.7. “The Cure,” The Cure8. “D12,” by D12 world9. “Source: Hip-Hop Hits 8,” by Various Artists10. “Maroon 5: Acoustic,” by Maroon 5
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As shock and outrage over George Floyd’s killing swept the nation over the weekend, even the luxurious streets of Vail Village were not insulated from pressure boiling over in the form of demonstrations.