Music discoveries come to me in the weirdest ways: I was recently perusing the .99 cent rack at my friendly neighborhood record store when I came across "Sand In the Vaseline," a 2-disc compilation from 1992 by Talking Heads--discounted because it contained only Disc 2. OK, I'll take it. What the heck. Fast forward to a few weeks later when a friend loaned me a zip drive loaded with music from a defunct radio station. I opened the Talking Heads file and the only album there was--get this--Disc 1 from "Sand In the Vaseline." So I download it, start listening, and the first cut is "Sugar On My Tongue," which I only knew as a song by the rapper Trick Daddy (with guests Cee-Lo Green and Ludacris). The version of "Sugar" on "Sand In the Vaseline" was a two-track demo from 1975 and was later included on the 2005 reissue of the Talking Heads debut album. Somehow that got to the Trick Daddy camp and I love what he did with it. Here it is, along with the original. It's a double-play day at Sublime World HQ!