August 06, 2017

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12 - 8/6/2017: The Live Shows Carcast

12 - 8/6/2017: The Live Shows Carcast
Audioface: Music News, Reviews, & Culture
12 - 8/6/2017: The Live Shows Carcast
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Show Notes

In light of a lack of music news, the boys break format and talk about concert etiquette, battles of the bands, and more.

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