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Damsels In Distress - Wave Goodbye: 7 Cassette Tape At Gailey's download album

  • Performer: Damsels In Distress
  • Title: Wave Goodbye: 7 Cassette Tape At Gailey's
  • Genre: Rock / Country - World
  • Formats: ASF MOD MP3 AC3 DMF DTS DXD
  • Released: 2006
  • Style: Art Rock, Indie Rock, Folk
  • MP3 album: 1254 mb
  • FLAC album: 1752 mb
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 195
Damsels In Distress - Wave Goodbye: 7 Cassette Tape At Gailey's download album

Gailey's (live) 13. Neutron Rising (live) 14. Campfire Song (live) 15. Twinkle Twinkle (live). The Damsels in Distress started in Springfield, MO in 2006. The music sounds like two people playing songs influenced by 80's and 90's punk/rock/antifolk. Micah and Lauren are currently writing music for the KUAR Arts and Letters radio show and writing and recording music in their studio in Springfield.

Gailey's by The Damsels in Distress, released 04 February 2007 My name is Alfred I was born in a small town diner. And now I live in a loft above Gailey’s. And when I smile, the waitresses shake my hand. And when I frown the cooks turn around and say, hello. And I’ve never been lonely. I’ve never been lonely. I’ve never been lonely before now. Yesterday I decided to eat at home. I thought a thirty-three year old man should be able to eat alone. So I made myself some pancakes with blueberries. And tested out my mature theories. My name is Alfred I was born in a small town diner.

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Damsels in Distress is a trilogy of plays written in 2001 by British playwright Alan Ayckbourn. The three plays, GamePlan, FlatSpin and RolePlay, were originally performed as a set by the Stephen Joseph Theatre Company (SJT).

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He made a kind of movie nobody else was making, about rich and privileged young people moving in the very best circles - which is to say, their own. He called them the "urban haute bourgeoisie. They consider "yuppie" a term of praise



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