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Airbourne – No Guts. No Glory.

After once ingesting too much Aspirin and Coca Cola, I woke up in an alternate universe. In this one the hot tap ran cold and the cold hot, the day started when the sun went down and there was no AC/DC. There was however a band called Airbourne.

With a head shaking beat that will keep chiropractors adjusting necks everywhere, they provide the kind of steady beat blast that will work anywhere. Using fewer chords than digits on one hand and more of a guttural scream than singing voice, this kind of attitude has provided a musical backdrop in many a nebula.

As my senses remained focused on the few things familiar in this new world, comfort was only given at short intervals, most of them under four minutes long. The rest of the time consisted of moments of sheer amazement and then utter boredom (wait maybe this wasn’t as alternate a universe as I first thought).

As my version of the real world slowly came back in focus, I had this thought, maybe there is room for more than one rock dinosaur in this world we call our own, that or I was just having another one of those seventies acid flashbacks I have from time to time.
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