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14 hours ago, Captain Howdy said:



Haha! That Treat one is brilliant. Very cool on a couple of levels. Thanks for that one - really enjoyed that. 

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On 1/23/2020 at 11:59 PM, Glen said:

that Femme Fatale song is so cool.

Love that album 

I dug the video too. I'd love to know what sort of sexy things happen in that band environment. So many sexy people with long hair together... and she's probably bottom of the list, lol. 

Can we all just pause for a second and acknowledge how shit a single choice 'Tainted Angel' was for Southgang? On such a great album, that is surely about the worst song on it. So shit. 

Now this, was a good single choice;


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