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    Shakadal

    6 years ago

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    Jun 15,  · Directed by Joey Nugent who use to go by the name The Mother Nature because of a song by The Walnuts. Now he goes by the name he was given, Joey Nugent.
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    Jujin

    6 years ago

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    DEVON DISASTER "Make things bleed" - YouTube Directed by Joey Nugent who use to go by the name The Mother Nature because of a song by The Walnuts. .
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    Akigis

    6 years ago

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    Devon Disaster explodes the stage with her anti-everything antics, raping the audience in a maniacally masturbational movement best described as de facto, electrash. Her unpredictability ensures the disintegration of status-quo and leaves her fans perversely pleading for more.
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    Voktilar

    6 years ago

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    Devon Disaster: Make Things Bleed (MiniAlbum) 2 versions: RLR Germany: Devon Disaster: Make Things Bleed ‎ (CD, MiniAlbum) Red Lounge Records: RLR Germany: Sell This Version: RLR Can't Keep My Hands Off You / Lights.
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    Mezigul

    6 years ago

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    May 10,  · Devon Disaster "Make Things Bleed" 10" and CD at: cirdalidecribi.ratttaderppargemebarblarilquirecjee.co cirdalidecribi.ratttaderppargemebarblarilquirecjee.co cirdalidecribi.ratttaderppargemebarblarilquirecjee.co
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    Zolok

    6 years ago

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    Many tracks on this CD did make the higher reaches of the local, regional, and in many cases, the national charts, including several number ones. Brings back a lot of memories, mostly while driving, and pushing the in-car radio buttons between KFWB, KGBS, and KRLA, and sometimes KDAY/5().
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    Ker

    6 years ago

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    Explore releases from Sugar Babes at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Sugar Babes at the Discogs Marketplace.
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    Miktilar

    6 years ago

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    Apr 02,  · Pots bubble and boil with a constant snap and pop, like thick, syrupy soda on some serious steroids. Things come into real, three-dimensional being, springing as much from an inner wellspring of imagination as from the hot, malleable sugar in your hands. My goal is to make this brand of magic a little more accessible to the common foodie.