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Oho boy . . . I reserve the right to claim that word. You fuckers heard me, he directed it at me, it is now officially MINE.

I know you werent hating on Sage, pal, but whats the difference what song makes it to the top? Maybe this guy has a bit of a political bias, and that is his primary incentive. Maybe he is a lyrics man before a beats man. The important thing is that an artist you support is kicking a little more ass on yet another chart, which means we are all riding a very comfortable dick at this point in time. I personally like the track but, yes, the beatless version is better (although that line about telling human stories to ghosts is a gem). Anyhow, thats my take on it, and by no means am I calling you out . . .

"clownie . . ." shit, how did you know one of my alias is bobbotheclown? I shit you not, I have rocked it since I was 13, and I am soon to turn 23.
Post Tue Feb 17, 2004 1:51 pm
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Hmmm. I liked "Hey Bobby". is.

- Shane
Post Tue Feb 17, 2004 3:30 pm
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I'm really surprised more cats don't feel the beat to Hey Bobby. I guess I'm just a sucker for upright bass, but I think it has a great muted, paranoid feel. I'm with Shane, I really like it just as it is.

Better than the spoken word version.
Post Fri Feb 20, 2004 2:50 pm
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