I went to the gym during the lunch and had a religious experience with "Wheel in the Sky" on the treadmill. There is no greater moment than when Steve Perry sings, "The morning sun is rising, it's kissing the day." I was all set to do a post about Perry's five greatest moments, including his amazing part in "We Are the World."
But then my random put on "Damn Girl" by Justin Timberlake, which I had purchased a few days ago but hadn't heard yet. That song is completely amazing. It reminds me a little bit of a 70s-era Rolling Stones song by way of Prince, but there's also a little Beck (I said it), and lots of funk, of course. It's the best pop song, no, best song, I've heard in a long time.
The reason I bought it was that I was in an electronics store where the album was playing, though I didn't know it was JT at the time. But it was so good, I asked the guy at the counter who it was (I never do that). He sheepishly admitted that it was Timberlake, and we both agreed that it was fantastic and though he certainly benefited from the production, he brought a lot to the music himself. I would highly recommend your listening to at least a 30-second preview of "Damn Girl" on the iTunes music store.