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[25 Mar 2005|04:14pm]

asfonthestreets
Hey Everyone!
As Seasons Fall is booking their summer tour. I've pasted
the dates/locations. If you can help with ANYTHING
e-mail/IM Neal Karkhanis. His email is drawkwa22 [at] yahoo [dot] com.

*July 8- July 16 w/ Bombs Away.
*July 29-Aug 6th w/ Best of Winter.

July 8- Maugansville Ruritan Club (Maugansville, MD)
July 9- TBA (VA)
July 10- TBA (VA/NC)
July 11- TBA (NC/SC)
July 12- TBA (SC/GA)
July 13- The Getaway (Brunswick, GA)
July 14- TBA (FL/GA)
July 15- TBA (SC/NC)
July 16- Monarch's Tavern (Norfolk, VA)

July 29- TBA (MD/VA)
July 30- Section Eight Skatepark (Hubbard, OH)
July 31- TBA (WV/OH)
August 1- TBA (OH/IN)
August 2- TBA (IN/IL)
August 3- Mojoe's (Orlando Park, IL)
August 4- TBA (KY/VA)
August 5- TBA (VA/MD)
August 6- Rotary Amphitheater (Westminster, MD)


www.asfrock.com
http://www.myspace.com/asseasonsfall
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The Rosewood Fall [28 Feb 2005|05:42pm]

therosewoodfall
Hey :)

You guys should check out The Rosewood Fall.
Some consider them emo, some rock, punk, etc.. but you should
take a listen and decide for yourself. They ROCK.

Listen: http://www.purevolume.com/rosewoodfall
http://www.myspace.com/therosewoodfall

Website: http://www.rosewoodfall.com

- nicole
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Cristalix Show Dates [24 Feb 2005|09:54pm]

diablo2288
Cristalix (local to NJ/NY) is having a show this weekend and another in March.

Cristalix
Check out their site: http://www.cristalix.com
$10 donation - open to all ages

Show Dates:
Sunday, Feb 27th 8:00 PM
at Red Zone, NYC
79-56 Metropolitan Ave, Middle Village, NY 11379

Tues, March 1st 10:30 PM
at The Continental, NYC
25 3rd Ave, NY 10003

You can also check out their myspace: http://www.myspace.com/cristalix/
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[17 Jan 2005|07:22pm]

shanron435
Not One Damn Dime!
Boycott Bush's inauguration by not spending any money on inauguration day


http://www.notonedamndime.com/boycott/
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[24 Sep 2004|07:16pm]

cold_oct_fall
Hey, I hate to just come into this thing and promote, but this is really important.

go to http://www.thehvscene.com/studiowars/ and choose Paris Ave and click vote!!

The winner gets to record a full length for free. Anyone who votes I will give a cookie.

And then, anyone that puts that link in their LJ, aim profile, away message, or anything else that can get it out to people and tell them to do the same, you will be even more extra awesome and I will buy you a taco or something.

Apologies once again, but this is super important for us.
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[05 Sep 2004|02:33pm]

samaside


I absolutely adore this band. I used to go see them all the time when I lived in NY. I think you guys would probably like them too so I'm putting this here... check out the purevolume site.
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[23 Aug 2004|01:36pm]

shanron435
happy birthday to the lovely creator of this community my laurel the crackwhore
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[26 Jun 2004|10:41pm]

shanron435
emooooooooooo
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Hey look, I'm posting! [20 Jun 2004|07:42pm]

crackwhore_182
[ mood | curious ]

Is this the way a toy feels when it's batteries run dry?

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[02 Jun 2004|08:57pm]

shanron435
my english teacher told someone to go suck an egg today
it was amazing
laurel told him you suck eggs
i love oconnor
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Club Decease [28 May 2004|05:09am]
greasymexican
Club Decease is a 6 piece band that include melodic synths and guitar in their music, they've been compared to the likes of the deftones, 30 seconds to mars, and other bands, but they are a new sound, that I hope you will allow them to share with you.

You can click the link below to check out some of their stuff.

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[16 May 2004|04:57pm]

shanron435


hehe remember these?
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[15 May 2004|10:30pm]

shanron435
Pictures from last nights show at BYC

Papercuts Pictures
Maniacal Youth Pictures
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[15 May 2004|08:27am]

squash_that_fly
[ mood | chipper ]

my name is molly. and i have no luck with guys! i love sleater kinney. how bout you??

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[14 May 2004|02:12pm]
wordsiwanttosay
Forever Since Website

Forever Since Purevolume

Forever Since Live Journal

Forever Since My Space

check them out if you havent already.
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[06 May 2004|04:09pm]

shanron435
[ mood | sick ]

no one has posted in here in a while

YAYYYYYYYY FOR YOUSUCKEGGS

crack

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Check it out! [28 Mar 2004|09:25pm]

section8music
[ mood | amused ]

Check out this up and coming Rock band out of La Crescenta California called SECTION 8.They will be headed out on Tour in April all over Nevada, California and Arizona. Check them out if you get the chance. Leave a comment about what you think!


Thanks!




www.purevolume.com/section8

Section 8 Official Website


Enter your e-mail
to receive the SECTION 8 newsletter!

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[25 Mar 2004|08:39pm]

evilfairy435
AMERICAN DANCE
CRAZES THAT
NEVER BECAME
AMERICAN DANCE CRAZES

BY RYAN BOUDINOT

- - - -

"The Sandwich," 1957
To do "The Sandwich," press your palms together, then tilt your hands to a horizontal position. Then bite, hard. Or pretend to bite hard. Either way. Now gyrate the hips. Move the feet rapidly side to side. Smile. Chew twenty times, then swallow. Now start over, and continue until sated. Why didn't this catch on? Ask the band responsible, The Lutheran Experience. Or ask yourself.

"The Baby," 1958
Barely remembered in Chicago, the city of its origin, "The Baby" was performed to the song of the same name by a combo called the Marmettes. While an archival photograph from the Tribune appears to indicate that the dance involved thumb-sucking, no one can confirm this, or any of the moves, for that matter. The song appears occasionally on "lost treasures"-type compilations, where its refrain of fake sobbing and baby-talk lyrics appeal to young children, and Lutherans.

"The Clam Hunter," 1968
The accompanying song recorded by the Marshmen, this dance involved an elaborate pantomime of the use of clam-digging paraphernalia. In some coastal regions where this dance flirted briefly with popularity, clam-digging was a pastime in which large aluminum tubes were jammed into the sand like straws, the exposed end then sealed to create suction that allowed the swift extraction of these fast-moving bivalves. Imagine this without the paraphernalia, on a dance floor.

"The Sexual Intercourse," 1972
The underground hit single of the same name by soul band The Freakie Deakies can occasionally be found at garage sales. Arguably a novelty song, many claimed to have followed its explicit instructions on the dance floor, though no evidence remains that anyone ever actually did. It was the kind of thing club-goers of the time would brag about having done, as in, "Last weekend we went to the Shangri-La Room and did 'The Sexual Intercourse.'" Part of the drum track later appeared as a sample on Bell Biv Devoe's "Poison." They were great, those guys.

"The Fondue," 1974
One would be forgiven for thinking this one had something to do with cheese or chocolate sauce. There was no reference to either in this soul B-side by Boogie Junction. Detroit concert-goers often expressed confusion about what "The Fondue" actually looked like, as the directions were somewhat baffling: "Move your hip to the left / Jump three times / Now sliiiiiiide to the back / With one foot right / No, actually left / Yeeeeaaaah / And your hands in the a-yuh."

"The Human Swastika," 1985
This regrettable song was among the more notable of the "shock rock" anthems singled out by Tipper Gore's Parents' Music Resource Center. Recorded by the Shamed, a virulently anti-Semitic Idaho-based hardcore band, the song and its shouted refrain predictably found no mainstream attention beyond those whose curiosity was piqued by the PMRC hearings of September 1985. Regrettably, many of the same moves in "The Human Swastika" were echoed in the Bangles' "Walk Like an Egyptian." Susanna Hoffs was in a few movies in the eighties.

"The Sweat Sock," 1986
An attempt by New York studio-group Pretty Bizness to cash in on aerobics fever, "The Sweat Sock" was described by dancercise enthusiasts as being particularly rigorous, and great for isolating the glutes. The line "Come on, hon / Squeeze that bun" got the song banned from more conservative-leaning radio stations, leading to a couple of days of free publicity and a brief spike in sales. We can't blame the Lutherans for everything, but this one was their fault.

"The Lambada," 1989
One in a tradition of suggestive Latin dances, this one featured the provocative use of . . . no, sorry, this one actually did catch on.

"The Recycling Shuffle," 1997
Commissioned by the Greater Boston Natural Resources Committee, this song was performed by anonymous studio musicians and distributed as a CD single to local grade schools. The song, meant to foster awareness about which kinds of plastics are okay to recycle and which kinds are not, was described by various listeners as "worse than the Barney song," "wicked shitty," and "completely gay."
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[17 Mar 2004|02:01pm]

devil_within_me
[ mood | pessimistic ]

Hey all

Nobody really updates here. My life has been shitty lately. My friend is having serious problems with a guy....who btw is a complete asshole! And then IM having a problem with a guy....who...again....is a complete asshole! But yea. My best friend just told me that he doesnt want me in his life anymore. I don't get it.

Guys smell like shitty, smelly, rotten eggs that have ben in my basement for three months (and they weren't in the fridge either....) :-X

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[15 Mar 2004|02:39pm]

evilfairy435
[ mood | dorky ]

guess whos going?
MacrockCollapse )

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