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this guy

this fucking guy

this guy is so cool

that his name has to defy standard letter casing conventions

this guy is so cool

that his interest is "urban dance music"

this guy is so cool

that if he used correct grammar, or made topics that made sense

the whole universe would collapse in upon itself

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Every track on analords was actually made using a giant pipe organ & percussion set made of hollowed out wheels of cheese

 

except for that one ambient track where RDJ just coated his fingers in brie & rubbed them on the edge of wine glasses

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this guy

this fucking guy

this guy is so cool

that his name has to defy standard letter casing conventions

this guy is so cool

that his interest is "urban dance music"

this guy is so cool

that if he used correct grammar, or made topics that made sense

the whole universe would collapse in upon itself

 

 

anus

 

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From Richard's diary:

 

"Dear diary, today i went to steinvord's house to check out his new tracks, i really liked them .. liked them so much i wanted those tracks for myself. While steinvord was taking a shit and transfered all those tracks to my ufo-shaped USB stick, then when he came out of the bathroom and took a Lord of the Rings replica ax off the wall and split steinvord's head with a strong single swing. Buried the body under some ancient ruins, nobody will ever find him.

 

Came home and listen to the tracks, retagged them all, i'm going to use my favourite alia "AFX".

 

I have decided on a name ... i think im gonna call them ANALORD"

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Guest KRiSh 05

this guy

this fucking guy

this guy is so cool

that his name has to defy standard letter casing conventions

this guy is so cool

that his interest is "urban dance music"

this guy is so cool

that if he used correct grammar, or made topics that made sense

the whole universe would collapse in upon itself

until now this is the best answer,

you won a prize: http://www.bloggernews.net/wp/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/pigsballs.jpeg

 

now come back to school

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