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Old 10-27-2010, 08:40 PM
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and we all know that metal is basically a hipster repellent.
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whoever decided to market kylesa towards the trendier, hipster set is a genius, as they are really popular and hyped nowadays.

Torche appeals to the same crowd.
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Checked out the first album, i dig it.
i dont know what it was i listened to before, but ill give them another shot
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