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We Fly Our Kites At Night
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My favorite freakazoids,

We Fly Our Kites At Night

, are getting their album,

Killing Ray Brower

, ready for public consumption (pity their public) any time now (if you don't know who Ray Brower is, watch

Stand By Me

again). Since I was unintentionally responsible for one of the band's song titles (endearingly referenced with my initials as "'I want my alcohol to taste like alcohol, not candy': BJK"), the band hit me off with a couple tracks for you the public to scope out. (seriously, don't ever buy me a washington apple). get on that 'commenting' shit and let the interwebberblogospherical borg know whatchoo think.

"I want my alcohol to taste like alcohol, not candy" - BJK: http://media.newtimes.com/id/147927/

Positive Negative: http://media.newtimes.com/id/147928/

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