As far as I know, it's only available as a download: http://kingsofpleasure.bandcamp.com/ .
As music editor of this here publication, it’s probably my duty to step forward and moderate or something.
Dudes from Blind Man Deaf Boy: Have you never been reviewed before? Or have all the writers in Denver just kissed your asses? It is not uncommon for a reviewer, someone who is extremely well versed in music, to take exception to a band’s music. It’s what we call music criticism, and it is what you will regularly be subjected to, should you choose to play music.
No one had it out for you in Tucson. You were reviewed fairly by a knowledgeable guy, but ultimately it’s just one guy’s opinion.
So, Blind Man Deaf Boy, why not come back to Tucson, play a show, and let the people decide. We’re a fair bunch. This is not a threat. It’s a guarantee that if you come back, we’ll make sure some people are there to see you and make up our own minds. Let’s make friends, assholes.
My favorite places to grab a drink are the ones where I need to submit my tax returns. No offense H2O (ok, actually a lot of offense), but take it to Scottsdale.
As far as I can tell, the Democrats just want the Affordable Care Act, which according to the US Supreme Court, is a law, to be enacted. Any other bullshit you care to bring up is obstruction of that law and nothing more.
East Coast Super Subs was carrying them, too. Maybe there's strength in numbers.
Mike Barker, a creator and writer for "American Dad!" who worked on "Family Guy" in the past, is a UA grad.
Tegan and Sara have performed at least twice in Tucson before, in 2007 at the Rialto, and in 2004, when they opened for Melissa Ferrick at Club Congress.
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