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Head over to Aaron McCollough's blog and listen to his songs. I love Via Positivia and Fire's on the Phone. I also like Big Star Cover. Song for Puckheads is my favourite so far. Two great voices.


After waking up with a little angst (a hole in my stomach) it's nice to listen to some great music. Reminds me somewhat of Neutral Milk Hotel.




Thanks, Marcus. It's nice to get pozzy feedbax on the whack trax. I have three other sets of songs (albums, eps, whatever, from over the years). Maybe I should post all that stuff.
postpran said…

Please post more. I am digging these songs a lot. Makes me happy and happy is good.

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