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Old 05-17-2020, 11:27 AM   #1 (permalink)
Join Date: May 2020
Location: Kanata
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Default My Heart and the Real World as pefomed by Minutemen

Listen Loud proles! 4 be the number of this riff raff. A super sharp, funky DAB to keep you feeling like the neighbor's house is still in view (with the help of some speedy stick movement and finger-pickin' goods). But then "every-joe" rips the knob off the radio and the racket that comes out is nothing any tennis ball felt pleased to meet the acquaintance of. Some bright, bouncy chords and reflections accompany the working man's pinks that come so close to dismantling the anti- of the bourgeoisie that makes this guys non-singing sound so familiar and grooveable. Then the string-stick makes like a beatles and you remember your creedence (mind the snares), but only after one of the 4's becomes a 5 and the marching band never sounded so ALIVE. Then the wagon comes over the hill, cats and dogs remember the good book and the story meets its end and you can feel safe again.


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