Flop of the Pops! Whenever you're ready, it's time to talk about Seattle's greatest pop musicians. Also, feel free to discuss related bands like Pure Joy, Llama and Rusty Willoughby's solo material.
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Yes. You would be correct.
otherimprov wrote: ↑Thu Apr 07, 2016 2:17 pm
Pinch yourself Kyle and wake up from your sleep
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riiiight, it's all becoming clear to me now 8D
Now I think it's alright, to feel inhuman...
Comin' at ya quiet and underwhelming from the unremarkable soundscapes of Farmer Jan!!!11!1!1one!!1
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Flop are nerd rock.
I've got a long post in me about it somewhere.
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Grunge or not, I like them. One of my favourite obscure bands.
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Basically, Flop were the Seattle band who probably didn't listen to a whole lot of heavy metal.
Among competing hypotheses, the one with the fewest assumptions should be selected.
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