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runaway jesus

by the generic tribe

sounds like a graphic grand slam
Genre: Pop: Party Pop
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1. four letter word
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2. seven pounds
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3. without crumb or shotgun
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4. whip it
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5. rattle
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6. townhall
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7. emerging
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8. red diamond
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9. record junkies
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10. ready for war
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11. me and my girl
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12. little pills
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13. ed turned twenty
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14. out cold
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15. no sunshine
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16. i've gotta go now
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17. come unglued
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18. all i see
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19. big gun
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20. read the book
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21. suicide girl
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22. tejas
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23. street car
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24. woodroom#7
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25. seventeen
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26. take flight
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27. lift off
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28. i'm tired
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29. float away
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Brace yourself for some weird, innovative, retro pop. Starting with a palette that is reminiscent of 50s and 60s pop turned on its side, infused with off-color wit and clever mischief, touching the world of indie pop but yet placing itself outside any particular genre, The Generic Tribe has an unbelievable knack for capturing a wild, rowdy and spastic genius. With a broad range of echoes from Ween to Talking Heads, their music is basically the equivalent of the fizzy, crackling candy, Poprocks. What that candy did for your mouth, this music does the same for your mind.
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