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Kind Hearts And Coronets - "Ghosts And Unicorns"

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The following dramatic reenactment is based on actual events. No names have been changed to protect anybody.

MISS JAY: Hey Lisa. Want to go to Eagle Rock to see a band called Clown Eyes and Corn Nuts?

LISA: Clown Eyes and Corn Nuts!? I'd go anywhere to see a band called Clown Eyes and Corn Nuts.
The crushing blow came many hours later when it was discovered that I had misunderstood Miss Jay, and that the band's actual name was Kind Hearts and Coronets. Sometimes I just hear what I want to. And today I want to hear LA's resident, chamber-psychedelic brood, and Amoeba Music's esteemed
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homegrown pick, Kind Hearts and Coronets. Think: black and white cartoon meets Love.

[MP3] Kind Hearts and Coronets - "Ghosts and Unicorns"

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