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Last Active 03-20-11 2:49 pm
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musical taste

Currently Digging:
American Football
Envy On The Coast


Recent Tracks:

Touché Amoré Anyone / Anything
Touché Amoré Just Exist
Dan Deacon Guilford Avenue Bridge
Lead Hands Holding On
Norma Jean Sun Dies, Blood Moon
Underoath Emergency Broadcast :: The End Is Near
Periphery The Walk (Instrumental)
Isis So We Did (Remastered)
Circle Takes the Square A Crater to Cough In
Sigur Rós Hrafntinna
Most Played:

1) Underoath 1611 plays
2) Brand New 1214 plays
3) Thursday 1060 plays
4) Thrice 1015 plays
5) The Word Alive 749 plays
6) Jimmy Eat World 689 plays
7) Silverstein 676 plays
8) August Burns Red 567 plays
9) The Wonder Years 517 plays
10) La Dispute 508 plays
shoutbox » all posts 
  • Breethindeathcore where are you going to see underOath? chicago?
    December 14 01:00 PM
  • TheRamblingElf I seriously like some Kiss. Not so much their output from 1985-1989, but the rest of it I'm keen on. Kiss always took a lot of pride in the quality of their music. They treat it like a product, not an art form, but still always aimed to set a high standard in it. The music industry shifted so far away from what they knew in the 80s that to stay afloat, they sold out and it got awful, but I don't blame them. They needed big crowds, or they couldn't do mega arena shows - and Kiss need a big show.
    November 21 04:23 PM
  • KILL need to grow your hair
    November 18 04:22 AM
  • SowingSeason i didn't know you could reset it. maybe i should do that too
    October 28 06:49 PM
  • SowingSeason thanks man, although those are just a few of the bands i tastes change all the time. looking at your last fm most played, it looks like you have some nice taste too!
    October 28 12:33 AM

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