“It was spring and the land was pure and warm, and I think I would disappear for a week at a time, but I’ll always return sooner or later….” . Jacques Bush and Marino Acapulco (former dogboy!) come up, now rougher, with Spring and the Land to guide you to their own sonic barbecue of living.

Edited by M_Acapulco on 14 Apr 2009, 21:35

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