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Music festivals are where you can experience pure visceral beauty among pure shitty humans who punch your friends and prefer bro tank selfies over the War On Drugs. 70 more words

Review, John Frusciante "Enclosure"

To say I have mixed feelings about this record doesn’t really say much, but as a devout Frusciante fan, it’s always been difficult to completely dismiss any of his solo efforts without first trying to understand them. 509 more words


"Look Again" From "Handle With Care" by Silver Laughter

“Look Again”

I am well aware that this song was posted not that long ago, but as I go through the albums and put up our music for the many new readers who log in daily, I realize this is one of those songs that really seems under appreciated. 90 more words

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Original Silver Laughter Song "Don't Want To Lose" By Ken Wiles

“Don’t Want To Lose”

This song has also been posted elsewhere on the site… several versions, in fact. We have the studio version which what this is taken from the “Sailing On Fantasies” album. 95 more words

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Les Skroks: a rock fanfare from Austin's sister city in France

They look fun and friendly and they sound exactly the same on MySpace, so even if I missed their participation to the Eastside pedicab parade tonight, I look forward to discovering the Skroks in real life this week. 117 more words

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Studio Version of "No One Can Do It"

“No One Can Do It”

This was the B side to “Angela and was featured on the first album, “Handle With Care”. Jon and I used to talk about the Beatles and how their B sides were not throw away songs like so many of the other artists at that time, so we decided early on to follow their example. 127 more words

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Studio Version of "Angela" by Silver Laughter


This original song has been posted elsewhere on the site, both in studio and live versions. But for those who are new to the website here it is again. 62 more words

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