Sproton Layer-With Magnetic Fields Disrupted MP3/Flac

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Another in the before they were famous category. Pre-Mission of Burma (still destroys bands a quarter of their age) Michigan psych. It’s funny to see Roger Miller looking so young. It’s a pleasure to hear him destroy minds. This isn’t anywhere in the same zip code as Burma, but that doesn’t imply suckitude. One of the wise things Mike Watt did was to finally get this out to the public. Definitely wiser than having Eddie Vedder sing on his album. “Sister Regis” always seems to find its way on to my mix tapes for some reason.

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