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Something Corporate

Andrew McMahon during Something Corporate's Music Midtown gig in Atlanta.
(May 4, 2003) (Chris McKay / concertshots.com)

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  1. sxylilrckstar wrote:

    04:57 PM, Nov 21, 2008

    As much as I absolutely LOVE Something Corporate and how excited I was to go see them at this show, I was left almost with my feelings hurt per say. Normally a band at Music Midtown has to get kicked off the stage to stop playing. Well SoCo got forced back onstage when they didn't finish their time slot. I could tell they weren't happy with the time slot they received and I know not many people were there, but everyone that was there was a fan... and that should have meant more to them. But in the end I'm thankful I was able to see them play at least once.



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