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    Hello, Edwin. Welcome to EightForums.

    Great video of a great band. :thumbup: I always admired Pineta's voice too.
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    Brittany Howard is so 'hot' she's 'cool'

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    Thanks everybody! See ya around as I stumble my way around the site like a real newbie!
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