AaronIsCrunchy
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Album Ratings 444
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Last Active 02-02-15 3:07 am
Joined 05-22-12

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Fall of Efrafa

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Recent Tracks:

Malmö Il Principio Di Archimede
Malmö Polaroid
Malmö Jules Verne
Aarresaari
Antakaa Meidän Nukahtaa
Siellä Missä Palaa
Juostaan Ylös Vuorelle
Tuntemisaisti
Kuuron Laulu
Lohdutusseremonia
Most Played:

1) Reuben 2013 plays
2) Coheed and Cambria 1882 plays
3) Karnivool 1128 plays
4) Fightstar 730 plays
5) Converge 704 plays
6) Queens of the Stone Age 522 plays
7) Rammstein 476 plays
8) Jamie Lenman 426 plays
9) Gojira 409 plays
10) Tool 392 plays
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  • ComeToDaddy Yeah I'm an Aussie, and I've already seen them twice (3 times if you count Wil Wagner's solo performance). This is the first time since Throw Me In the River though so I'm still really excited to see the set they pull out! Even as an Australian, the accent is really thick and took a little while to get used to, but I adore them now. Really recommend you check out Laika by Wil Wagner, it's a half-hour acoustic effort their lead singer put out and it's phenomenal
    February 7 08:36 PM
  • ComeToDaddy Cheers man, really appreciate that. Also looking at your recent ratings, I highly recommend you get a hold of Smith Street Band's debut album, it's phenomenal. Going to see them live in a few days, super excited (:
    February 7 06:10 PM
  • Lethean props for adding disgust to the db
    January 23 03:00 PM
  • treeqt. actually cant link it because it's too long but you'll find it on her rym page
    January 18 05:38 PM
  • treeqt. check her album https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/????/sonorities___japanese_accordion_music/
    January 18 05:37 PM

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