3oh!3

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  1. Xioushi

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    Trash.
     
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    Richman > Don't Trust Me > Starstrukk

    tbh.

    But ♥ 3OH!3
     
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    Oh god.
     
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    they have one song, and they renamed it like 13 times and released an album. It's pretty clever on their part, actually.

    Basic techno beat + clever line repeated 16 times + about half a paragraph of lyrics + chorus + repeating clever lines again, end.

    But apparently they make clubby people go moist so w/e.
     
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    I liked them about two years ago.

    Now I don't care for them as much as I used to simply due to the fact that they are becoming whored by popularity and they seem to love it. Sure it's great, but I hate when artists become arrogant due to it.
     
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    Yeah, so you defined pretty much most songs these days, and even songs before the 90's. Congrats. This is party rock music, it isn't supposed to tell a story about someone's life.

    and Renegade, I don't like richman, it's a bit too like, rough for me, idk.
     
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    RenAgade*

    Richman is one of my favorites simply because it makes me laugh.
     
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    Im listening to it now, its not bad, just a bit slow.

    Sorry for the misspell. :P
     
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    Good stuff, but they are getting old.
     
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    Liked them a lot when i first heard them, but that was about 2 years ago now.
     
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    love this band actually Im not your boyfriend good song and Rich man
     
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    Around 2 years ago I liked them
     
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    yeah i hadnt heard of them till other week when one of my friends told me to download a song of therres i like em tho.. but then again i like most types of music
     
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    Make love to me now.




    Or should I say do the Hellen Keller and talk with your hips?
     

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