SowingSeason
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Last Active 08-21-14 3:47 pm
Joined 07-07-08

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The War on Drugs
Owl John
Astronauts
Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds

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Indie, Rock, Folk, Pop,


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Trampled by Turtles Lucy
Yellowcard One Bedroom
Brand New In A Jar
Brand New Daisy
Brand New Bought A Bride
Brand New Sink
Brand New Be Gone
Brand New You Stole
Brand New Gasoline
Brand New At The Bottom
Most Played:

1) Bleachers 100 plays
2) The Rosebuds 50 plays
3) Owl John 49 plays
4) mewithoutYou 44 plays
5) The Antlers 44 plays
6) Ages and Ages 44 plays
7) Brand New 43 plays
8) Saintseneca 43 plays
9) Astronauts 38 plays
10) The War on Drugs 37 plays
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  • fallenbird Let's hope 1989 has some jewels on it like Red with State Of Grace and Begin Again
    August 18 07:48 PM
  • fallenbird Understandable. She was much better that the pop rock/ country on Speak Now. But I felt the biggest problem with Red (outside of some really poorly written songs like Stay, Stay, Stay) was that it was a pop album trying to still be a country album. And I do agree that the lyrics are pretty s*** on Shake It Up. Be prepared to hear it every other song on pop radio stations.
    August 18 07:38 PM
  • fallenbird Nice, how do you like the single? I think it's alright but the line "haters gonna hate" makes me cringe so much. At least she's embracing the fact that she is 100% pop now.
    August 18 07:27 PM
  • emester you alright there man ? XD
    August 18 06:51 PM
  • fallenbird New Taylor Swift album and single! Just thought you should know seeing that we both love Speak Now.
    August 18 05:13 PM

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