05/10/2011 Last week, we had three different performers recording, at Iron Mountain. Self-understandingly, Louis Barabbas. I’ve never had so many performances ruined by the sheer hilarity of high-quality grim whimsy and doom-puns. Hilarious. Silent studio atmosphere or not, you too would laugh: “I want...
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