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I'm a melodeath fan so I like it. Kinda. A bit odd but absolutely enjoyable. Nice ginger btw.

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Meh, I don't mind most of it and it is catchy and played well, sans the cookie monster non-sense. Truly takes away from the song and adds absolutely nothing and its from the bloody drummer. I mean doood you know what they call a drummer without a girlfriend right? Homeless, that's right.

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