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Monthly Archives: March 2011
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Song Meaning, Song Lyrics and Music Analysis: “Sing” (by My Chemical Romance) In general, I hate the most popular songs off of albums. However, while browsing the Top Sellers in the iTunes Store, I came across “Sing” (from the November … Continue reading
Continuing on with my series of McFarlane Toys’ Halo Reach Series 2 figure reviews and following up my previous reviews of Kat and the Skirmisher Minor, we’ve got another all-new Covenant soldier–the Elite Officer! Not only is this the first … Continue reading
Here’s a rare non-Robby Goo Goo Dolls song that I didn’t like at all the first couple times I heard it. I caught phrases like “Broadway”, “old man’s bar”, and “drink it off your mind” and wrote this off as … Continue reading