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Since the holiday weekend threw us off our schedule, we're doing a Sloshed Songs Sunday on a Wednesday! Because we're all about integrity and maintaining a rigorous schedule... eventually.

"But A12 mods," you seem to say, "that doesn't make any sense! Isn't a Sloshed Songs Sunday Wednesday kinda dumb?"

Valid point, fair user. Allow us to respectfully reply:

LA LA LA LA SHUT UP

Moving on, this week we go piratey with "Wenches and Mead" by the world's foremost (and only) Scottish pirate metal band, Alestorm. Yarrrr!

Use the "Sloshed Songs" tag to check out our previous featured songs, and submit songs you think should make the front page!

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OK, we're back on schedule with a Sloshed Songs Sunday that's actually on a Sunday! Because we're all about self-improvement here at After 12. That and Party Hard Seizure Parties. And drinking profusely. And pictures of people drinking profusely. You get the idea.

Anyway, this week we present "Beer" by the ska-tastic Reel Big Fish, because just bands get better when you add brass instruments (so does drinking!)

As always, always use the "Sloshed Songs" tag to find previous featured songs, and keep submitting new songs you want to see on the front page!

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We're bringing a mash-up in this week, with one of the best (and most unexpected) songs to throw a party to: Party and Bullsh-t by Biggie Smalls vs. Party In The U.S.A. by Miley Cyrus.

Remember, you can always use the tag to check out previous Sloshed Songs, and keep those submissions coming!

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This week we bring ska back with Quebec's own The Planet Smashers and "Raise Your Glass." I wonder if they can sue Pink for stealing their song title?

You can always go back and see previous Sloshed Songs using the tag, and keep submitting songs you want to see on here (thanks to user Slick for sending us this one)!

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This week we get some culture in our Sloshed Songs, with the Philosophers' Drinking Song from Monty Python. Sure, all these old dead guys came up with some world-changing ideas, but you don't think they came up with all that while they were SOBER, do you?

Be sure to see our previous Sloshed Songs Sunday entries, and submit any songs you think should be on here!

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