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The good news here—if there is any—is that all three members seem interested in continuing performing around town. Pikahsso will remain the most prolific musician in town (earlier this week, he released a song celebrating Senator Barack Obama's winning the Democratic primaries). Tahiti will continue performing alongside him, and Picnic, who's about 15 years the junior of his former band mates, will continue his inspired progression as a producer and MC.
And while we may one day look back at this break-up as the greatest thing to ever happen to Picnic's career, that doesn't mean we have to like it right now.
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