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Sleez Beez ~ Screwed Blued and Tattooed :headbanger:

 

:lol: Niiiiiiiiiice easy music for a Sunday afternoon / evening!!!

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Helix ~ Deep Cuts

 

 

:blink: notttttttttt quite gettin' it though.......hmmmmm......what do I want????

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VAMP LE STAT- BLOODLINE EP

VON GROOVE S/T

CLEAVAGE- THE DEMOS

MAD MARGRITT- COLD SWEAT

SHOTGUN MESSIAH S/T

SKID ROW S/T

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VAMP LE STAT- BLOODLINE EP

VON GROOVE S/T

CLEAVAGE- THE DEMOS

MAD MARGRITT- COLD SWEAT

SHOTGUN MESSIAH S/T

SKID ROW S/T

:jump: WooooooooooHooooooooooo!!!! Punk in the house!!!!!!!!!! :jump:

 

Hey!!! ;):D

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VAMP LE STAT- BLOODLINE EP

VON GROOVE S/T

CLEAVAGE- THE DEMOS

MAD MARGRITT- COLD SWEAT

SHOTGUN MESSIAH S/T

SKID ROW S/T

Kickin' some serious ass this morning it looks like! :banger:

 

Getting ready to throw in Straight Wired - BOHICA this morning, followed by Tsunami - Tough Under Fire, and Vamp Le Stat - Filth..... :banger::drink:

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Weird Al Yankovic - Running With Scissors (end of the night last night)

 

Today:

Pink Cream 69 - Sonic Dynamite

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Spinning in my car stereo this a.m. was...

 

Assemblage 23 ~ "Failure"

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Hey JLP, did that come free with your AARP check? :lol: ...Tim

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Tim!!! Why yes...yes it did!! I suppose you got one with your check too?! :lol:

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Hell yeah! Guess MJ and Mike got one too. :lol: ...Tim

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