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May 29, 2010

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crack smoker

he's rocking the Hurley "unit"

Holly

This just made my crappy, leaking roof at home, 'at work on memorial day weekend' day - thank you very, very much!

Jeffersonic (DSK)

That was fun to watch. I can't help but wonder if that guy has a touch of Tourette's Syndrome. I kept wishing the rest of the band could match his intensity somehow or something. However, I don't mean to sound like it wasn't totally great 'cause it was:Totally Great!

We Willy

We think that his grandpappy must have played bass for Reg Kehoe and his Marimba Queens. Watch here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jCYWaK-3cdw&NR=1
Our hero is also featured on the Allnighters version of "Wipeout" here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lxebUpRgdKc&feature=related

illlich

Wow, that bass player is really good!

boil

awesome post as always, brian

endwar

Wow, check out the windmill action at 2:55! By the drummer!

boil

This is a big hit at Huffington Post as of June 4. No attribution of course.

WarPig

Check this out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8IAtvie7QIQ

The guy's name is Steve Moore. A head-banger drummer trapped in the reincarnation of Chris Farley...

doris nadalin

rock on

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