10 Emo Songs That Don't Suck: 9 Song, Video-Enhanced Version

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So if you picked up this week's New Times you may have seen my column "10 Emo Songs That Don't Suck." Because I love the interweb soooo much I've prepared a special web version with the videos for nine songs on the list -- sadly, no video is available for The Anniversary's "D in Detroit."

Click here for the column, the jump for the videos and above to see an Anniversary song there is a video for -- a video that bears striking resemblance to "Dre Day."

WARNING: This much emo should not be ingested in a single sitting, lest it push you all the way to goth.




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