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Entries from July 4th, 2007

Don’t Blink or You’ll Miss It [The Truth]

July 4th, 2007 · Written by · No Comments

Don’t Blink

Screams erupt from beneath our lead heel
That will not be silenced with another dollar bill.
The façade of our benevolence falls to reveal
A brutal corporate army moving in for the kill.
With economic warfare we do our fathers proud,
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An Objective Report

What's really happening in Iraq... and everywhere else.

July 4th, 2007 · Written by · No Comments

Three primates died today while traveling in a motorized vehicle in an arid region between the Tigris and the Euphrates rivers. Although we can state nothing with absolute certainty, the three “humans” — basically hairless, cognitively advanced monkeys with a striking genetic similarity to the common chimpanzee — were most likely killed by some sort of explosive device as it incinerated the vehicle beneath them. Over six thousand miles away, another primate of the same species claimed that those killed were members of a group he called “The United States Army.” Upon further investigation, membership in this “army” is marked chiefly by clothing, as well as by certain behavioral traits. The exact purpose of the army’s presence in the region, called “Iraq” by some, is under fierce debate.

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Straylight Run

The Needles The Space

July 3rd, 2007 · Written by · No Comments

The Needle The Space

Straylight’s 2004 debut album cemented in singer John Nolan and bassist Shaun Cooper’s split from Taking Back Sunday. Now free of their contractual obligations with Victory Records, SR’s follow up continues improving upon their brand of piano driven indie-pop. [...]

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Sage Francis

Human the Death Dance

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Human the Death Dance

Cutting his teeth on the floors of underground hip-hop clubs and emcee battlegrounds, Sage Francis’ latest effort examines the journey behind his growing notoriety. Serving as a mixtape of sorts, Sage Francis’ Human the Death Dance revisits his youth, with several recordings scattered throughout that feature the child Sage throwin’ down his best stuff. [...]

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Dntel

Dumb Luck

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Dumb Luck

As the first track on the latest release under Jimmy Tamborello’s Dntel moniker opens, he humbly pleads “don’t forget that it’s dumb luck that got you here.” Although this may be partially true, the whole truth is that Tamborello has thrived by collaborating with the best and brightest the indie scene has had to offer. [...]

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