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    • Anna Marie

      REUNION - new album from Gashcat. Sample song <3 "The Morning Sun." (awesome at South by Southwest).

    • Jon Ward

      Nothings says PAY ATTENTION TO ME like holding down caps lock. Well I'm guessing that's what folky fuzz-rockers GASHCAT were thinking with their album 'REUNION!' I dunno. All I know is that you need to turn this album up loud and dance your ass off. Seriously guys. Second track 'Every Summer, Every Spring' is as classic an indie-rock track as they come, straight off the bat. I kid you not. Imagine it with the voice of Jeff Mangum over the top and you'll agree. $8 for this incredible album. Sweet

    • Paula Heaphy

      REUNION - new album from Gashcat. Sample song <3 "The Morning Sun."

    • PJ Herring

      Kind of like Neutral Milk Hotel

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