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Tumblr of the Week: F**k Yeah, The Format

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As much as ASU's radio station The Blaze 1330AM still overplays the hell out of "The First Single," The Format is still a lovable band that will always be in our hearts.

One blogger has made it his or her mission to keep The Format's spirit alive since the group broke up back in early 2008. This week we're bringing you Fuck Yeah, The Format.

More on what's awesome about this week's Tumblr of the Week after the jump...

Fuck Yeah, The Format is loaded with photo shoots, track streams, pictures from old Format concerts from back in 2007, and family photos taken by Sam Means.

This Tumblr blog also includes some of the blogger's favorite Format lyrics, recordings of the band covering songs, music from Nate and Sam's previous band This Past Year, and more.


We'll leave you with some good ol' memories of The Format. Check out this video of the guys performing their song "Janet" at ASU's Gammage Auditorium in 2007.



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