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***April Sixteenth Two Thousand and Eight***

    

I updated pretty much everything there is to update up^^^ there...the calendar now reflects noteworthy shows here in
North Carolina, there are plenty of new cute photos of my cat, I finally posted my backlog of music reviews...yadda
yadda yadda. 

In other news...there is no other news.  Trying to find a job, get settled into the new apartment, contemplating getting
a dog...the usual shit. 


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"Right, I forgot, here in the States, you call it a *sausage* in the mouth."

Barzin - Leaving Time.  One of my very favorite bands of the last few years, just really beautiful shit.  This band should
be infinitely more popular.
Bonus: Let's Go Driving

Sloan - Chester The Molester.  Canadian pop music, fuck yeah!  I post so many goddamn Cannuck bands I should
just change the name of this website to "www.doginasweater,eh.com". 
Bonus: C'mon C'mon (We're Gonna Get It Started)
Bonus: Stand By Me, Yeah

The A-Sides - Everybody Knows the Way.  Non-Canadian pop music, fuck yeah!
Bonus: Greetings.

Little Jimmy & The Sparrows - Snoring.  All of these songs are classic "novelty" songs, but they are still pretty rad. 
Obviously everyone knows the last track, mostly from "The Blues Brothers". 
The Cameos - Wait Up
The Cellos - Rang Tang Ding Dong (I'm The Japanese Sandman)
The Chips - Rubber Biscuit





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