Almost a thousand dollars, paid in different amounts. To a Mr. James Reynolds way back in Seventeen ninety-one. Is that what you have? Are you done? You are uniquely situated by virtue of your position. Though virtue is not a word I’d apply to this situation. To seek financial gain, to stray from your sacred mission.
1. 1. Everything I Ever Wanted To Know About Genocide I Learned In The Third Grade Lyrics. So I go to college and you know what I learned? That 80 million people were killed By my grandpa, your grandpa, and all of their friends They bleached out our continent but that's not the end The last full-blooded Aborigine Died a century ago And it's possible there's a place in the Southern hemisphere With a history even worse than our own. No one finds it peculiar that a tropic island Is full of people just like you and me 'Cause Australia's a piece of shit floating in the Pacific Buoyed by the blood of the Aborigine.
Do you know what Angelica said When we saw your first letter arrive? She said. Be careful with that one, love He will do what it takes to survive. Burning the letters that might have redeemed you You forfeit all rights to my heart You forfeit the place in our bed You sleep in your office instead With only the memories Of when you were mine I hope that you burn.
The Broadways acknowledged musical influence from and drew comparisons to Crimpshrine, Fifteen and Jawbreaker. Their songs are typically characterised by socio-policital lyrics and a lack, both lyrically and musically, of adherence to traditional verse-chorus structures. The band released one full album, Broken Star, in 1998 on Asian Man Records. They broke up later that year, with Kelly stating a reason of all of us growing out of where we were in our lives when we started the band. Subsequently, Kelly and McCaughan formed The Lawrence Arms, and Hanaway and DePaola formed The Honor System.
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Broadway And Briar
"Recorded at Atlas Studios with Matt Allison in Jan. 1997"
Self-released 1st 7" on Dan Hanaway's own label. 500 copies pressed.
Comes with large folded lyric insert.
Some copies also came with one or both of two different Bicycle Records flyers advertising this and The Valentines 7", and the label's then-forthcoming but never-released Alkaline Trio 7" and The Broadways / Baxter split CD.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
Matrix / Runout: BR-001-A
Matrix / Runout: BR-001-B
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