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C'mon C'mon

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Great video, bad encoding by Apple

I really like the C'mon C'mon video, but Apple seems to have blown the encode. I bought this video in oct 08 and what I got is a video has audio 4x softer then it should be (even though the video preview has the volume you would expect). Because its so much softer it can't be equalized with the Options->Volume. I'm really quite bummed, I'm going to end up just trashing this because the volume is too far off to be put in play lists with other videos.

back stage passes

this band is pretty cool......my dads a lawyer and he helped the lead singers girlfriend and es gettin me backstage passes

Biography

Formed: 2000 in Detroit, MI

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

The Von Bondies assembled around 2000 in Detroit, MI. Led by guitarist/vocalist Jason Stollsteimer, the group also included guitarist Marcie Bolen, bassist Carrie Smith, and drummer Don Blum. The quartet's fusion of raw blues heartache with ferocious, gritty punk was an overnight sensation in the Motor City, where such influences seemed to float on the surface of the water. They issued a few initial singles ("It Came from Japan," "Nite Train") and word was spreading fast about their fiery live show....
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C'mon C'mon, The Von Bondies
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  • $1.99
  • Genre: Rock
  • Released: Dec 13, 2005

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