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The Faint. Period.

        We don’t really need an excuse to post something about The Faint.  They just deserve it.  That’s how good the band is.  Super nice people, too.  Easily one of the best live shows, which you would know if you got to see them headline The Neighborhood Music Festival in LA recently.  And so on…  Here’s a pic of Jacob, Todd and Clark from The Faint posing in Skullcandy headphones.  The good thing is that Jacob and Todd actually wear SK PROs when they DJ…


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But the coolest fact of all…
...The Faint is working on a new record.  YESSS!!!

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  • Hell YESSSSS….you speak the truth! I was dragged out to see The Faint at The Showbox a year ago, hungover and in a bad mood. They started playing and I quickly “took off my skirt” and became a dancin fool! I could not stand still, nor could the other thousand people around me. They brought the energy for hours and turned me into a huge fan. Their songs are infectious….you don’t have to know em to get into em….and their stage prescence is engaging. They bring it home.

    New record? Sweet ass sweet! Can’t wait. Keep on keepin on!

    Pinky

    February 5, 2008 by Pinky

  • [...] the late-90s, a band of skaters called The Faint electrocuted conventional punk rock. The sound they created a decade ago earned them O.G. status [...]

    March 1, 2011 by Interview Exclusive: Depressed Buttons » Blo

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