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Personally, I’m pro. In most cases.
I also love the movie Mannequin.
Mannequin is totally unimpeachable.
I think of it every time I hear about the newest brash, sexy mall window display!
Ugh, I smell a new Hillary campaign theme song.
It is pretty sweet the way Grace Slick says "CRAZY" when she starts singing in the first verse though.
Pro enough to make the drive up to Bow tomorrow night?
I think @3 raises a good point. Considering the content on here is paper thin and barely related to music, is Lineout just a front for the Skagit?
Okay, now you're just fucking with us.
@3 No. That's not Jefferson Starship, that's just Starship with Mickey Thomas. There's no Grace Slick. I'd go if Grace Slick was singing.
@4 Fuck. Are we that transparent.
I guess now that the cat's out of the bag, VIVA LA SKAGIT!
I can't wait for Eddie Money in March.
Fuck a Starship.
Jefferson Airplane from 1967 to 1969 ruled hard. Everything became horrible after that.
I only enjoy saying the phrase "[i]Knee Deep In The Hoopla[/i]", and watching the "We Built This City" video, because it's the single most embarrassing video with San Francisco iconography ever made.
Sorry, 1966 to...
[i]Takes Off[/i] is such a great album.
Starship sucks. Rush is cooler.
'mannequin' fucks me up. i was scared of mannequins as a kid and them coming to life was my nightmare. as an adult, mannequins coming to life as kim catrall is my nightmare.
best karaoke song ever.
harlem + starship + mosh pits = http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ybFzKZy6lQ
i'm convinced the dips can take any quotation in the history of earth and turn it into a song about crack.
Worst band of all time.
"We Built This Titty" is the worst song of all time.
sure, you thought Mannequin was great, but how did you feel about Mannequin 2: On the Move?
'mannequin 2' was filmed at the mall closest to where i grew up. no lie.
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