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Don't forget the Seattle Weekly Music Awards on August 10th. Vote online at www.seattleweekly.com. Indie Pop category.
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Post by eric! »

lordy, up against the postal service? that was a mean trick on someone's part.


and what makes the Weekly think they're going to get my real address anyway? fuckers.
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I voted for the Long Winters. yay.

-yinnia
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Isn't this the same Seattle Weekly that compared John to the lead singer of the Counting Crows (which in my book is considered an insult)? "It wasn't what he wrote, it was his tone."
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Unremarkable wrote:Isn't this the same Seattle Weekly that compared John to the lead singer of the Counting Crows


Seriously? Whoa.

Hmmm so Postal Serive = Indie POP? Interesting...
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Liz wrote:
Unremarkable wrote:Isn't this the same Seattle Weekly that compared John to the lead singer of the Counting Crows


Seriously? Whoa.



Yeah, at the All-Ages show the other night, John was griping about it, and told us a humourous story from his past, related to it.
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Post by A Brutaful Smile »

Unremarkable wrote: "It wasn't what he wrote, it was his tone."


omg...that was so funny.
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Post by A Brutaful Smile »

i couldn't even vote in a lot of those categories because i haven't even heard most of the bands. i'm so not "down".
of course i did vote for the long winters. and i was excited about the cover/tribute category cuz i think no.13 baby are so so great.
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Post by grant »

Hell's Belles are perhaps one of the best novelty concepts I've encountered recently.

Rather fetching young ladies, as well.
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Post by Forrest »

...And if you do pick up a copy of the Seattle Weekly for the poll, you should also pick up The Stranger. That way you can take the pull-out, toss away the rest and read The Stranger instead.

Just a thought.
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Post by Karousme »

You know, I just got back from a pub, where I happened to pick up the same Seattle Weekly that had the TLW review in it.

All I can say is ouch.

And that the dude who wrote that stuff is probably an ass.
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Forrest wrote:...And if you do pick up a copy of the Seattle Weekly for the poll, you should also pick up The Stranger. That way you can take the pull-out, toss away the rest and read The Stranger instead.

Just a thought.


Sounds like a great plan.
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