New Red City Radio Song

2013-08-13 by DeathsThread | 4 Comments
Red City Radio has released the first single from their upcoming sophomore album Tiles, entitled 'Show Me On The Doll Where The Music Touched You' available for streaming here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uk1iPuzCPSc#at=160
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Jennifer22
August 14th 2013
287 Comments


I was originally a little hesitant to give it a listen because of who uploaded it, but that actually was pretty good.

Spec
August 15th 2013
28044 Comments


Great band.

Please link the Ronnie Radke thing.

DeathsThread
August 15th 2013
214 Comments


the sad part is you know all of Ronnie fan's called them assholes for not molesting their 14 y.o. fans and such

ShadowRemains
August 15th 2013
22111 Comments


oh fuck yes

20mothafuckin13



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