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  • Merritt Bumpas

    Bill Hicks on "Pop" music. Thank you Bill. I hope that my granchildren will have an opportunity to experience real music written and played by people who love music and not just "entertainers" who want a new Mercedes and a Summer home in the Keys.

  • Kristina Sturdevant

    When did mediocrity and banality become a good image for your children? I want my children listening to people who fucking rocked! I don't care if they died in pools of their own vomit! I want someone who plays from his fucking heart!

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