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Just seen a post on Girish Pradhans FB page about some guy using the audio from one of his FB videos in a parody video and not crediting him (it's all sorted now). Funny thing is, I forgot the video even existed (my brain would have still been wonky back then).

Yes it is a cover version, but damn I wish he would sing more like this on the albums rather than trying to be more agressive with his vocals. I like the albums, but think they could be better if he went this direction vocally.


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