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Awesome Joke!

Ahahaha! I get it now!! Its supposed to be a joke! A big stab at all the emo kids that paint their fingernails black, talk funny and use the word "like" as a filler! Great job guys, great sketch, great joke. Now please stop before my ears bleed some more.


Like GUS'T says this album is horrible. And their song HORRIFACLLY DELICIOUS is HORRIFACALLY AWEFUL. I would recommend it to anyone who likes music that sounds like someone who is suffering from throat sickness is singing. Some of their song names sound like a child made it up and others sound like someone who hates life made the other song names. This music is disgusting but I'm afraid it would be an insult towards the word disgusting


I just threw up in my mouth and it was more pleasant than listening to this


Genre: Electronic

A "scene" act known for mixing electro-pop, emo, hardcore-influenced screaming, and outlandish hair and fashion, Blood on the Dance Floor is primarily the project of Orlando, Florida's Dahvie Vanity. Inspired by Jeffree Star's flamboyant look and sound, Vanity -- who is also a Tigi-trained hairdresser and "Elite Hair God" -- started Blood on the Dance Floor in 2007 and self-released his first album, Let's Start a Riot, on New Year's Day 2008. While touring in support of the album, Vanity met Garrett...
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Let's Start a Riot, Blood On the Dance Floor
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  • $16.99
  • Genres: Electronic, Music
  • Released: 01 January 2008
  • Parental Advisory

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