Canvas Tote Bag " I Love Punk "

Canvas Tote Bag " I Love Punk "

This bag is punk princess perfection. Valentine's day is a hard holiday for gifting a punk rock girl, but I have to say I think this bag hits the nail on the head.

  • Lady Gaga's first album is amazing. Has all of her amazing hits so you can just dance all the time.

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  • New 'Keystone Skateboards' McRad/Chuck Treece Model available in two lengths 8" and 8.25" The first 50 are signed by Chuck Treece! Legendary Philly Skater and Skate Rock Band Front man of McRad is celebrated on this new boar... New 'Keystone Skateboards' McRad/Chuck Treece Model available in two lengths 8" and 8.25" The first 50 are signed by Chuck Treece! Legendary Philly Skater and Skate Rock Band Front man of McRad is celebrated on this new board. Keystone boards are made in the USA and do not use any print on demand services to manufacture their decks. Keystone is a real skate company, sponsoring real skaters and run by skaters. The House of Steam shop is a great marketplace to find similar skater owned skate companies to support.

  • “I was not expecting this to be a good CD...after all, who can do Frankie better than, or as good as Frankie? But I was very pleasantly surprised by this collection as each artist (all very skilled and true artists) made each trac... “I was not expecting this to be a good CD...after all, who can do Frankie better than, or as good as Frankie? But I was very pleasantly surprised by this collection as each artist (all very skilled and true artists) made each track their own. They made them new again. The songs kept their original flavor, while bringing something new, whether it was singing in a different key, adding harmonies, adding riffs, or giving the song a new feel. My favorite was Kevon Edmonds' rendition of "Never Let You Down." It was so good, I think that might have to be my wedding song someday! Kem's rendering of "Golden Time of Day" sent chills down my spine. I loved the new feel added to Musiq's "Silky Soul" and "I Wanna Thank You" with The Clark Sisters. Raheem DeVaughn knocked me out with his vocals on "We Are One," and Ledisi proved why she is a true artist and a powerful singer on "Happy Feelins." Mint Condition, the only band on the LP, turned in a solid performance that paid tribute to the old while making it new, while Joe and Avant were smooth on their tracks. The only track I wasn't impressed with was Mary J. Blige's "Before I Let Go." That's a hard song to remake and have people accept, but Mary didn't even sound like she was trying. But the song is not unbearable. This CD was so good, I HAD to write a review!”– J Double U (Amazon.com Review)

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  • “As in the first volume of this series, which focused on the 60s, Sweet and Hoffs pay tribute to the 70s with more of their perfectly selected, arranged, and performed covers. While faithful to the originals, these tracks vary in ... “As in the first volume of this series, which focused on the 60s, Sweet and Hoffs pay tribute to the 70s with more of their perfectly selected, arranged, and performed covers. While faithful to the originals, these tracks vary in many ways, both in the colors their voices bring to the harmonies and in the styles of guitar work on display. Both performers clearly love the era and the radio singles they sang along to when they were young. Their emotional fidelity is as remarkable as their technical proficiency, and the fact that both have retained their youthful attitudes and voices in middle age (Hoffs is 50!) amazes this aging baby-boomer. Both CDs are a joy to listen to, and we can only hope that the two will give us further volumes devoted to the 80s, when Hoffs' group The Bangles had their heyday, and to the 90s, when Sweet made his commercial breakthrough. I also recommend the bonus tracks that you can download for this album, which include ten more interesting and adventuresome cuts:” – T.Davis “Tom Davis” (Amazon.com Review)

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  • “There's alot of people you like their regular music, but they come out with a christmas album and its just not up to par. Hardly the case with James Taylor- he never ceases to make wonderful music and take old songs and put his t... “There's alot of people you like their regular music, but they come out with a christmas album and its just not up to par. Hardly the case with James Taylor- he never ceases to make wonderful music and take old songs and put his twist to it. This is one of the few Christmas albums that I love that is only by one person- it has such a mellow, stay at home with the family and fire type sound to it. You won't be disappointed!” – Ashley Hayes-Beaty (Amazon.com Review)

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  • “my four year old adores this CD. i mean, ADORES. he loves to sing "stairway to heaven" while falling asleep; and one day, while driving to work with his dad, they heard the "real" "stairway to heaven" on the local classic rock st... “my four year old adores this CD. i mean, ADORES. he loves to sing "stairway to heaven" while falling asleep; and one day, while driving to work with his dad, they heard the "real" "stairway to heaven" on the local classic rock station. he yelled out "this is stairway to heaven!" not all of the CDs in this series work. there's something incredibly creepy, for example, listening to the pink floyd lullaby "mother" when you know the words. but the zeppelin one goes down peacefully and easily. i think the most touching moment of my evenings these days is when my son and i listen to the song "thank you" and he sings to me: "when mountains crumble to the sea there will still be you and me." thought i'd hate it. and i love it. go figure.” - Sheryl Stein “wrekehavoc”(Amazon.com Review)

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  • “The Literary Greats are evolving. Their second release ‘Ocean, Meet the Valley’ is a little darker, a little deeper, and more dynamic yet retains some of the warm, catchy hooks that characterized their first release. They teamed ... “The Literary Greats are evolving. Their second release ‘Ocean, Meet the Valley’ is a little darker, a little deeper, and more dynamic yet retains some of the warm, catchy hooks that characterized their first release. They teamed up with engineer/producer Chris Grainger with one goal: to bring out the best in each other. Working long hours over 10 days, they bottled up a year of life, love, loss, and dreams to create a record with no pretentions and as rich as the gulf air. Sonically, this record possesses vintage tones through the use of 70’s era equipment and concepts. Acoustic guitars and warm, gritty electrics are intertwined with the smooth chime of a Rhodes or the haunt of a Hammond. Tones find their way to and fro through the structure of the song enough to keep things interesting without overshadowing the lyrical message. Take the raw energy of the Pixies and mix it with the understated themes of early Kenny Rogers, and you get something like this.” (Quotation taken from The Literary Greats website).

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  • “ I purchased this CD a few years back when it was first released. It is so awesome. I love this CD. There is so much heart & soul put into these Christmas songs. The only problem is, there are only 5 or 6 songs. But that only mea... “ I purchased this CD a few years back when it was first released. It is so awesome. I love this CD. There is so much heart & soul put into these Christmas songs. The only problem is, there are only 5 or 6 songs. But that only means that you need to just keep replaying it. If you want a new twist on Christmas music. This is it. Michael Buble is one of the best performers out their today. I am so happy they re-released it. I bought some for my friends. It was the perfect xmas gift.” – Leela Godino (Amazon.com Review)

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  • “I was worried that Leona Lewis would follow up an amazingly successful first album with a dud. I WAS DEAD WRONG! This album is AMAZING! The only thing I don't understand is why "Happy" is the first single off the album and not "C... “I was worried that Leona Lewis would follow up an amazingly successful first album with a dud. I WAS DEAD WRONG! This album is AMAZING! The only thing I don't understand is why "Happy" is the first single off the album and not "Can't Breathe." "Can't Breathe" is one of the most incredible vocals I have ever heard, and an overall amazing work of production, writing and vocals. I give this one a 20 out of 10! I just hope they release "Can't Breathe" as the second single. It is easily the best song off the album!” – MVP Sports Cards & Collectibles (Amazon.com Review)

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  • Something different, other than skulls. Great with skinny now I just need a bike. From www.brokenasphalt.net.

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  • Pitchfork calls it the single best album of the 1980s and it's probably hard to disagree. It's, perhaps, the most legendary albums from one of the most legendary indie rock bands of all time

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  • punk and hard rock dragged through the street and curb-stomped. with some very pretty songs thrown in, too.

  • After goth pioneers the Birthday Party called it quits in 1983, singer/songwriter Nick Cave assembled the Bad Seeds, a post-punk supergroup featuring former Birthday Party guitarist Mick Harvey on drums, ex-Magazine bassist Barry ... After goth pioneers the Birthday Party called it quits in 1983, singer/songwriter Nick Cave assembled the Bad Seeds, a post-punk supergroup featuring former Birthday Party guitarist Mick Harvey on drums, ex-Magazine bassist Barry Adamson, and Einstürzende Neubauten guitarist Blixa Bargeld. With the Bad Seeds, Cave continued to explore his obsessions with religion, death, love, America, and violence with a bizarre, sometimes self-consciously eclectic hybrid of blues, gospel, rock, and arty post-punk, although in a more subdued fashion than his work with the Birthday Party. Cave also allowed his literary aspirations to come to the forefront; the lyrics are narrative prose, heavy on literary allusions and myth-making, and take some inspiration from Leonard Cohen. Cave's gloomy lyrics, dark musical arrangements, and deep baritone voice recall the albums of Scott Walker, who also obsessed over death and love with a frightening passion.