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Doo-Wops & Hooligans - Album
Label: Elektra Records
Status: Available
Release: October 5th, 2010

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Label: Elektra Records
Status: Available
Release: October 5th, 2010

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Label: Elektra Records
Status: Available
Release: October 5th, 2010

Just The Way You Are - Single
Label: Elektra Records
Status: Available
Release: July 20th, 2010

It's Better If You Don't Understand - EP
Label: Elektra Records
Status: Available
Release: May 11th, 2010

Billionaire - Single
Label: Elektra / Fueled By Ramen Records
Status: Available
Release: March 9th, 2010

Nothin' On You - Single
Label: Elektra / Atlantic Records
Status: Available
Release: March 9th, 2010

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Bruno Mars on his tour playlist: Waka Flocka, Jake Bugg, Michael Jackson and more
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This week’s cover star Bruno Mars is about to spend the next five months crisscrossing the globe on his massive Moonshine Jungle Tour — and man cannot live on backstage catering and laptop DVDs alone. He needs music!

We got Mars to tell us about the songs and albums that soundtrack his life on the road, and put it all in a Spotify player after the jump so you can tour the tunes for yourself.

JAKE BUGG
“He’s kind of got an Arctic Monkeys thing, who I love, but there are also some parts that remind me of Elvis. I think his song ‘Lighting Bolt’ has a very rockabilly, ‘50s like Elvis [vibe], and I like ‘Slide.’”

 WAKA FLOCKA FLAME
“We’ll put on the most ratchet music you can think of backstage. ‘O Let’s Do It’ by Waka Flocka was kind of our anthem for the last tour — every night before the show it’d be that one, so we’ll probably do it again, just for comfort reasons. We’ll jump around, taking shots — ‘Alright, let’s go!’ and then the curtain opens on a bunch of 14 year old girls. [laughs]“

JACKSON 5
“There’s a lot of that backstage, too. My favorite? That’s, like, the hardest question. ‘I Wanna Be Where You Are’ is a good one. Or something from Michael’s Off The Wall album: ‘Burn This Disco Out,’ you know that one? I play that a lot at rehearsal, just jam that.”

SMOKEY ROBINSON
“For ballads, it has to be something special. I listen to a lot of Smokey, especially ’60s Smokey. So let’s go with ‘Being With You.’ That one makes me feel extra smooth.”

ALABAMA SHAKES
“I love them — ‘Hang Loose’ is my favorite. I’m from Hawaii and that’s a term I grew up with; it’s, like, the state motto. And I really like [frontwoman Brittany Howard's] voice and her delivery, especially on the verses.”

BOOKER T AND THE MG’s
“Earlier, I played ‘Green Onions’ three times in a row because I wanted to feel cool. I want that to be the soundtrack whenever I walk into a room. I want that to come on…and then immediately get into a fight by the pool table [laughs]“

Source: Music Mix