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Honeys

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Bathroom Laughter
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Chain Worker
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Romanticize Me
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Vain In Costume
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You're Different (In Person)
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Cafeteria Food
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Something About Mrs. Johnson
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Male Gaze
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Cathouse
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Loubs
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Health Plan
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Teenage Adult
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Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 35:28

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Austin L. Ray

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For more than 10 years, Austin L. Ray has been writing about entertainment and culture. He's sat in a dark tent with Zach Galifianakis, walked Savannah, Ga.'s s...more »

02.11.13
Snarling and spitting, growling and kicking
2013 | Label: Sub Pop Records

Despite their gruff exterior, the Allentown, Pennsylvania-based Jesus (Lizard) freaks Pissed Jeans, are actually pretty hilarious. When lead yeller Matt Korvette isn’t “in the hallway screaming’” (that’s from riotous opener “Bathroom Laughter”), he can often be found smirking. Take this knee-slapper from slow-grind midway point, “Cafeteria Food,” for example: “Hey there, project manager, I saw you eatin’ cafeteria food/ So you wanna call that a healthy choice/ well, I’d argue that isn’t true.” Elsewhere, on… read more »

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