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Matthew Sweet-Where You Get Love

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This song is one of the easiest portals to get to the weird side of youtube. All kinds of movies about secret societies pop up with it.

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Bruce Dickinson-Darkside Of Aquarius

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Like scOtt said! Technically a space song because it is about a constellation.

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No one posted this? C'mon guys.

I own this album. Not quite up to the level of A Matter Of Life And Death as far as their newer albums. But good none the less. But I wanted to give others the chance to post their stuff before I posted it.

So many space songs. So little time.

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