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If you’re the type of person who has a problem with sexual orientation then I pity you. Sexual orientation does not make a person good or bad, they are just another human. Prejudice however does make people bad, it breeds hate and in some cases violence or even death. To those of you out there who find the above title offensive, I would suggest a healthy dose of education.

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james-johnson-jlp:

First post of the year goes to music! The band “Everyone An Army” consists of three very close friends of mine, one of those people also being my brother. What follows is a review by Yorkshire coast gigs, written by Tessa Hughes. Photo’s by www.rustyimaging.co.uk:

"The second band of the night is Everyone An Army, who have been steadily making a name for themselves around and out of town since 2009. The band’s EP, released in 2012, received highly positive reviews, and it’s easy to see why. The set flows effortlessly through the highly enjoyable and energetic tracks, featuring a range of effects besides an alternative styling in vocals and track structure which create a unique listening experience. On occasion one instrument or another will cut out to pull focus to the others, which gives each of the three band members their chance to shine, and shine they do. Everyone An Army have an unconventional style paired with an infectious and intriguing sound. I see it as what might happen if Muse became less commercial and got heavier, deeper and more progressive. With captivating vocals, a drummer that makes you fear slightly for the kit and a bassist that seemingly can’t keep still, Everyone An Army are a must watch.”
http://everyoneanarmy.bandcamp.com/ - Book some therapy, have a listen and reblog.

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james-johnson-jlp:

First post of the year goes to music! The band “Everyone An Army” consists of three very close friends of mine, one of those people also being my brother. What follows is a review by Yorkshire coast gigs, written by Tessa Hughes. Photo’s by www.rustyimaging.co.uk:

"The second band of the night is Everyone An Army, who have been steadily making a name for themselves around and out of town since 2009. The band’s EP, released in 2012, received highly positive reviews, and it’s easy to see why. The set flows effortlessly through the highly enjoyable and energetic tracks, featuring a range of effects besides an alternative styling in vocals and track structure which create a unique listening experience. On occasion one instrument or another will cut out to pull focus to the others, which gives each of the three band members their chance to shine, and shine they do. Everyone An Army have an unconventional style paired with an infectious and intriguing sound. I see it as what might happen if Muse became less commercial and got heavier, deeper and more progressive. With captivating vocals, a drummer that makes you fear slightly for the kit and a bassist that seemingly can’t keep still, Everyone An Army are a must watch.”
http://everyoneanarmy.bandcamp.com/ - Book some therapy, have a listen and reblog.

My homies
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james-johnson-jlp:

First post of the year goes to music! The band “Everyone An Army” consists of three very close friends of mine, one of those people also being my brother. What follows is a review by Yorkshire coast gigs, written by Tessa Hughes. Photo’s by www.rustyimaging.co.uk:

"The second band of the night is Everyone An Army, who have been steadily making a name for themselves around and out of town since 2009. The band’s EP, released in 2012, received highly positive reviews, and it’s easy to see why. The set flows effortlessly through the highly enjoyable and energetic tracks, featuring a range of effects besides an alternative styling in vocals and track structure which create a unique listening experience. On occasion one instrument or another will cut out to pull focus to the others, which gives each of the three band members their chance to shine, and shine they do. Everyone An Army have an unconventional style paired with an infectious and intriguing sound. I see it as what might happen if Muse became less commercial and got heavier, deeper and more progressive. With captivating vocals, a drummer that makes you fear slightly for the kit and a bassist that seemingly can’t keep still, Everyone An Army are a must watch.”
http://everyoneanarmy.bandcamp.com/ - Book some therapy, have a listen and reblog.

My homies
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james-johnson-jlp:

First post of the year goes to music! The band “Everyone An Army” consists of three very close friends of mine, one of those people also being my brother. What follows is a review by Yorkshire coast gigs, written by Tessa Hughes. Photo’s by www.rustyimaging.co.uk:

"The second band of the night is Everyone An Army, who have been steadily making a name for themselves around and out of town since 2009. The band’s EP, released in 2012, received highly positive reviews, and it’s easy to see why. The set flows effortlessly through the highly enjoyable and energetic tracks, featuring a range of effects besides an alternative styling in vocals and track structure which create a unique listening experience. On occasion one instrument or another will cut out to pull focus to the others, which gives each of the three band members their chance to shine, and shine they do. Everyone An Army have an unconventional style paired with an infectious and intriguing sound. I see it as what might happen if Muse became less commercial and got heavier, deeper and more progressive. With captivating vocals, a drummer that makes you fear slightly for the kit and a bassist that seemingly can’t keep still, Everyone An Army are a must watch.”

http://everyoneanarmy.bandcamp.com/ - Book some therapy, have a listen and reblog.

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