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B L U R R Y F A C E

From the beginning of time, every clique member has written with diagonal slashes through their O’s and one too many periods or colons after their words. An absence of the slash through letters “U” and “A” on the Blurryface album has gotten me thinking.

It has come to my realization, after the recent spur events from the mysterious “Blurryface”, multiple things (well, theories rather).

Theory 1:

In Holding Onto You, I was looking at the lyrics.

I bet a lot of me was lost, T’s uncrossed and I’s undotted

I feel like this maybe relates to the uncrossed letters. Maybe Tyler (or Josh) left out those letters for a reason. They felt like a piece of them was lost, and so; called, well considered, themselves to be Blurryface.

Theory 2:

For this theory, I’d like to focus solely on the letter “U” in the Blurryface album. 

Slashes through our letters have been a trademark for a while now, and with the slash missing, I feel like it means something more. The missing slash is meant to bring notice to the letter. So, with that said:

Your album is called Blurryface.

Your tour is selling out quick.

Your first song came, along with your second.

Your third song is søøn to come. 

You are Blurryface.

I just listened to Crucify the dead

and for some reason, I think that the lyrics of this song are about Axl, and what happened between him and Slash and that they don’t talk to each other and stuff anymore..I mean, if you listen to the lyrics, that’s what they’re saying. Even though Ozzy wrote the lyrics to that song, I believe they’re about Axl…tell me your opinions on this?

Don’t dress your cat in an apron
Just ‘cause he’s learning to bake.
Don’t put your horse in a nightgown
Just 'cause he can’t stay awake.
Don’t dress your snake in a muu-muu
Just 'cause he’s off on a cruise.
Don’t dress your whale in galoshes
If she really prefers overshoes.

A person should wear what he wants to.
And not just what other folks say
A person should do what she likes to
A person’s a person that way.

—  Free To Be…You and Me (1972)
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Dellacoma – South Of Everything

Dellacoma – South Of Everything Album review by Dave Smiles

Shock Records

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Review by Dave Smiles

This is an album that grabs you from the start and doesn’t let up until the end of the final track. Ten songs from a bandthat means business, but have kept in mind that this is meant to be fun. Rock n roll the way it was meant to be – tight, yet raw. Hard, fast and straight to the point with a sense of groove and enjoyment. With all but one…

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