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mp3s for sampling only. you should really be buying this stuff on vinyl anyway. if you are the owner of a sound file, and would like it removed, holler at us.
Labels: dirty projectors, mp3
posted by Chris @ 1:10 PM
I would like it more if I didn't know it was them.
You sexist pig...
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I'm not diggin' it, unfortunately. Damn. I wanted to.
reminds me quite a bit of His Name Is Alive's Ft. Lake.
This is a real grower.. gets better the more you listen to it. LOL @ Web Sheriff and his heavy handed attempts at encouraging the legal downloaders.
better and better each spin.hey web nerd. you're zipper's down.
ugh websheriff. Domino suck for being so lame about their artists, only seems like domino artists have to deal with the web sheriff. WACKsong is cool tho
i think i am in love with the girls from D.P.ohhhhhhhhh sigh
unfortunately, Bitte Orca is not their best album. Then again nothing can compare to the Getty Address or their beautiful arrangements on Rise Above. This album to me seems as though they did what was easy-for them that is, both lyrically and musically. I mean, to me, Dave is a genious-but ive heard him do better.
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