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Haley Joel Osment's Little Sister Took Me To The Clinic

For over two years I was trying to remember the name of a wicked music video I saw in the A.M. on MTV 2. My mind was totally in distress over the matter . .............Until Haley Joel Osment's little sister, Emily, posted about it on twitter. And my problems were answered. I could Remember!

"Walking With Thee" from Clinic.
The video is pretty awesome, but I remembered it being more intense music. sorta like Aphex Twin. Clinic is not. But anyway thank you Haley Joel's little sister for opening up my locked, trapped mind. I still don't like your brother.

Listen to Clinic and watch their videos. ARTSY Muddafuckas!!

QATFYG: Will you thank Emily O. for me? Please.

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  1. And yes I follow Emily Osment on Twitter. And so should you. believe it or not she actually has some interesting things to say....such as helping people remember music videos they saw back in high school......PRACTICAL!!

    I looked at her wikipedia and I saw that she is signed on Wind Up Records. That's the label with Evanescence, 12 Stones and Creed. Who knows? Maybe she's a rockstar?!?

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  2. ooh I like Clinic! always confuse them with Client, though.

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  3. i used to love Internal Wrangler but then never listened to following releases, don't know why o_O i LLLove this blog, it's the perfect mix of "things i know and i can chat a little about" and "new things to discover" (hurrah! europe supports The Useless Critic)

    oh and word verification makes me laugh. funny words. i'm retarded.

    M.

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  4. thanks mmorbo! :D

    I hate word verification it complexes my life too much.

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  5. yes thank you mmorbo. you're awesome!!! :)

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