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Unfortunate Affairs
No good you say? Well that's good enough for me
The Now Now
(A.K.A. Vutto) Brad should give The Now Now a 100
inside of a CINCO Midi Organizer
if i say Radiohead is overrated the internet boys will come to my house and beat me up
highly opinionated and armed pigeon
Crazy, wanna come?
"All my favorite singers couldn't sing." My scores are a reflection of my overall enjoyment and less of any critical analysis. I've never been a fan of numbers to be honest. Anyways, if you have a music suggestion feel free to share! I'm also into gardening and can give advice if needed! Take care and God bless! Social & Games: Switch: SW-7448-8869-4375 PSN/Insta: throwbackgmac
Big Money Salvia
I review music on youtube 100 = Masterpiece 90 = Amazing 80 = Great 70 = Good 60 = Decent 50 = Mediocre 40 = Bad 30 = Shit 20 = Awful 10 = Unbearable 0 = Corey Feldman
Toronto, ON, Canada
Official AOTY of Spectrum Pulse.
i really hate this username (thx for 40 followers)
I just like reviewing music, that's all, regardless of if the album is good or not (chuck me some suggestions!) I have a YouTube channel called Sam The Music "Critic"
can i say fuck on here
trying to get a girlfriend on here hit my tinder send new music recs if you'd like
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Brad Taste In Music
Thanks to everyone!
I review music on YouTube @BradTasteInMusic and I am using this platform to track my music Please save me from emo music

February Playlist
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