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"Desperation On The Road To Dallas"

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Just came across this video, and it's pretty funny. Comes to us via the Teenage Prayers, an indie rock act out of NYC with some heavy '60s pop influences. It's part of the touring band's video diary.

In this clip, the band swings through Dallas on the way to SXSW, stopping off at the House of Blue's Cambridge Room on March 11 to play a gig. Oddly, though, they were mostly infatuated with the fact that Lifehouse was performing on the main stage on the same night.

(Warning: Don't play the video too loud if you're gonna watch it at work. The screaming of the word "Fuck!" could very likely get you fired.)

-- Pete Freedman

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