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May 22, 2008

"Bad Times" = bad song

Ever wonder what happened to the Presidents of the United States of America?

I didn't, until yesterday, when a friend sent me an mp3 of their new song "Bad Times."

You might remember the Pres. of the USA from their hit single "Peaches" ...

What have they been up to since then? Beats me.

In the appropriately named "Bad Times," the narrator wishes his significant other had had more bad times so he could have been there for him/her.

But I didn't exactly have a good time listening to the song. 

Here's a link to their MySpace site where you can hear it for yourself.

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Posted by Sam Sessa at 10:50 AM | | Comments (2)
Categories: Random stuff


They also did the theme song from "The Drew Carey Show."

And they also run the country. 4 year terms. 8 years possible. Run in national elections, elected by the electoral college.

I saw the lead singer on the TV. "Cribs" or "This is how much money I made from a marginal band with one catchy song" show. He's kickin it is Seattle, huge home, huge toys, huge recording studio, huge wife, huge kid. Was hugely jealous. They tour occasionally to keep their pool heated to 84.

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