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It's the unease that no one will ever flex their muscles over me. That atrophy sets in and the cold carries through the mourning. This is where we realize that our time, we captured for a fraction of a fraction of a second. Go blue and die. Layer your clothes, protect your skin from the arctic cold. I love winter and I love you more when summer's trees are wrapped in red and green. I'll be the one sending you gifts that plan your life for you. All I strive for are perfectionists' kisses , stolen from a storyboard Christmas. We give, and we get the chance to be forgotten this year.

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from Here's What You Remember From A Coma, track released March 9, 2010

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It's Just Vanity Chicago, Illinois

We used to be a band. This used to be our bio:

Hailing from Chicago, It’s Just Vanity bring a new meaning to post-rock. Formed by Louis Erazo and Kelson Fagan in New Jersey, It’s Just Vanity remain true to the basement scene rock ethic they grew up with. Their sound has been described as early 90’s indie emo mixed with half instrumental post-rock. ... more

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