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The Word You Wield - Say Anything - In Defense Of The Genre (CD, Album)

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  1. Oct 31,  · Say Anything has made one helluva rap album. It's an odd thing, especially considering that Say Anything is best known as an emo-rock group. But In Defense of the Genre is .
  2. Oct 23,  · The Word You Wield Lyrics: You've got nowhere to go but up / To where you'll dine with foreign kings / You can't forget about our tryst / And all those other fleeting things / And will they train.
  3. Say Anything The Words You Wield Lyrics. The Words You Wield lyrics performed by Say Anything: You've got nowhere to go but up. To where you'll dine with foreign kings. You can't forget about our trist. And all those other fleeting things.
  4. If there was one record this year I truly thought was going to disappoint, it was In Defense of the setrofeedbiaquipo.pheledachugadendenaducnodaham.infoinfo Anything’s last album, Is A Real Boy, while quite good, suffered from being way too long, as songs poured on chorus after chorus until you plainly started to get setrofeedbiaquipo.pheledachugadendenaducnodaham.infoinfo, with the new this album would have two discs, on the inside I pretty much gave up on it.
  5. In Defense of The Genre. October J Records. Disc 1. ) Skinny, Mean Man ) No Soul ) That Is Why ) Surgically Removing the Tracking Device ) This Is Fucking Ecstasy ) The Church Channel ) Shiksa (Girlfriend) ) Baby Girl, I’m A Blur ) Retarded In Love ) People Like You Are Why People Like Me Exist ) Died A.
  6. Album Details. OUT OF PRINT In Defense of The Genre is the third full-length studio album by American pop-punk band Say Anything, released on October 23, through J Records as a double disc album. It debuted at number 27 on the U.S. Billboard chart. The first single, "Baby Girl, I'm a Blur", was released October 2, on iTunes.
  7. In Defense Of The Genre, an album by Say Anything on Spotify. our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  8. Jan 18,  · "There must be something wrong with me," sings Max Bemis in "The Word You Wield," one of 27 songs on the two-disc sophomore album by his Los Angeles-based band.

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