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http://www.nypost.com/seven/08142007/entertainment/music/beauty__the_g eeks_music_dan_aquilante.htm

On the right side is a little option for digging it. Just click on it and spread the word.
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CUBSWINWORLDSERIES
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Beauty and the Geeks. Nice! Laughing I dug it.
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golly andrew
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There was someone who wrote that it was a political song. That's something we're not into writing about quite yet."


Please don't. Sad
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My Blackened Crown
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A political song would totally ruin them. I hate when bands drag their ideologies into their writing. I prefer making my own political decisions than having a band tell me what to think.
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ZenArtist
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i love it when bands sing about politics or relgion or spirituality, (which are my favorite topics), even if i don't agree with them. i think people should be passionate, and they should care. If eisley made a political song about world peace, universal health care, and clean energy I would love them even more. though that might be hard to write a song about health care reform.

"imagine" is my favorite political song. Not just because of its pro peace message but also because its sweetly subversive.
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madcat2089
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ZenArtist wrote:
i love it when bands sing about politics or relgion or spirituality, (which are my favorite topics), even if i don't agree with them. i think people should be passionate, and they should care. If eisley made a political song about world peace, universal health care, and clean energy I would love them even more. though that might be hard to write a song about health care reform.

"imagine" is my favorite political song. Not just because of its pro peace message but also because its sweetly subversive.


ha I'm pretty sure a band from Texas isn't going to write about universal health care.
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RockerChick
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My Blackened Crown wrote:
A political song would totally ruin them. I hate when bands drag their ideologies into their writing. I prefer making my own political decisions than having a band tell me what to think.


You can express an opinion without forcing it on someone you know.
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dial r for revenge
Golly, Poster


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Sister Stacy, 18 [...] simply explained, "We're young girls with big imaginations."


that doesn't sound very stacy-ish... is this going to be another one of those "converse are like a portable canvas you can take everywhere!" things is it? Rolling Eyes

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