Bury Me With My Guns On

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 Well I'm back around the Columbus area and finally get to listen to some good music (I couldn't stand one more week of old fashioned country or talk! I heard this song on the radio and can't get it out of my head so I will inflict it on the rest of you. Here is a new song from Bobaflex a great regional rock band.

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I like it.  Reminds me of

I like it.  Reminds me of XTC before they sold out to pop.

 

Do they have an album that I can buy?

 

 

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I like it.  Reminds me of XTC before they sold out to pop.

 

Do they have an album that I can buy?

Yeah, their first three albums are available at http://www.amazon.com/Primitive-Epic-Bobaflex/dp/B0000AM6I7 and are pretty solid

Their new one Chemical Valley is only available on myspace or itunes, http://www.myspace.com/bobaflex

 

I like bands before they become huge because they get a lot more creative control, you can see them live dirt cheap and they try harder. I've seen some big name artists just walk through a show that I paid a fortune for the tickets.

It was morality that burned the books of the ancient sages, and morality that halted the free inquiry of the Golden Age and substituted for it the credulous imbecility of the Age of Faith. It was a fixed moral code and a fixed theology which robbed the human race of a thousand years by wasting them upon alchemy, heretic-burning, witchcraft and sacerdotalism.-H.L. Mencken