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Todd Ward

  1. Moriyama, Japan
  2. Hip-Hop/Rap
  1. collection 16
  2. wishlist 1
  3. followers 1
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  1. Soft Hair
    by Soft Hair
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    Lying Has To Stop Lying Has To Stop
  2. The Slow and Painful Birth of Nehemiah St-Danger
    by Nehemiah St-Danger
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    Invocation of the Old "Come On Brother, Now" Invocation of the Old "Come On Brother, Now"
  3. Forced Witness
    by Alex Cameron
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    Stranger's Kiss (Duet with Angel Olsen) Stranger's Kiss (Duet with Angel Olsen)
  4. Jewnami
    by Michael Myerz
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    Dust Cop Dust Cop
  5. 1
    by Your Boyfriend
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    mike hopeless love mike hopeless love
  6. NOW, That's What I CALL..."your boyfriend"
    by Your Boyfriend
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    hoodrat 1964! hoodrat 1964!
  7. snack pack singles 2k15
    by Your Boyfriend
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    reading separate things reading separate things
  8. GODS
    by Tabor Mountain
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    CARVE YOUR NAME CARVE YOUR NAME
  9. Scary Stories To Smoke In The Dark
    by Michael Myerz
    00:00/00:00
    Video Nasties Video Nasties
  10. Street Fighter Lofi
    by Der Witz
    00:00/00:00
    Lofi Enterprise Prod Ryu Lofi Enterprise Prod Ryu
  11. I Love You! I Love You! I Love You and I'm in Love with You! Have an Awesome Day! Have the Best Day of Your Life!
    by Terror Pigeon
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    my favorite hair. my favorite hair.
  12. Yucksongs! 2014:(
    by Terror Pigeon
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    The Internet (Featuring Moonlasso) The Internet (Featuring Moonlasso)
  13. Live It Up Before You Die It Up!
    by Terror Pigeon
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    Girl! (Featuring Kat Porter) Girl! (Featuring Kat Porter)
  14. Used To Thing
    by Cemetery Family Band
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    Luxor Luxor
  15. Deader Than Ever
    by Trash Kids
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    Fever Fever
  16. The Many Masks Of Myerz
    by Michael Myerz
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    Burn Out Burn Out
    Any cut that mentions D&D has my instant approval. This album is in stark contrast to the "Laughing at the Masses" track off the Volataires album Life is Burning that introduced me to his style. This album is filled with raw emotion, a lot of humor and backed by smooth production and sampling (Ken Park to specify). "Many Masks" is well worth the price of the download and then some!