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Re: “Blame It on the Noise Pop

agreed, best coast was kinda blah live. wavves killed it tho!

Posted by wooooo! on 03/03/2011 at 10:40 PM

Re: “Blakes on Telegraph Has Closed

RIP BLAKES!! i have played 3 shows there and everyone one of them has special memories! my first show, cd release party, and dancing with drunken cal chicks. my girlfriends parents even used to go dancing there way back in the day. the food was pretty good, the upstairs was nice, the downstairs was a shit hole but i loved it. i will miss the vomit smell, the rough rider condom dispenser, the arcade games, the always enthusiastic cal crowd, carrying my fat ass amp up and down those goddamn stairs, and that wonderful Scary man who always made sure i was cool to drive home and gave me special brownies. If you never went to blakes, you never went to berkeley!

Posted by wooooo! on 02/08/2011 at 2:04 AM

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