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Christopher Peterson 
Oakland Arena, Compaq Event Center
Oakland, San Jose
Christopher Peterson  
2002-04-17 11:45:49

 Poster - Oakland Arena, Compaq Event Center, Oakland, San Jose - Christopher Peterson

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necroSend necro a message :   but look at the SIZE of those things!   2009-11-16 06:46:08
phoondaddySend phoondaddy a message :   Just because a music note has testicles doesn't mean it should be shown off.   2009-11-16 06:43:23
PlantweedSend Plantweed a message :   He WAS a great bassist.   2005-03-24 05:59:16
Steve HSend Steve H a message :   the thing is, paul wasnt a twat during the beatle years...he's just gone a bit weird lately...well since wings perhaps...   2004-06-14 00:43:27
Mr FrumpySend Mr Frumpy a message :   :evil: I think Paul McCartney was the twattest Beatle, but he did play mean bass. Fucking hope Ringo out lives him, Ringo rocks way more. As for the poster... :o   2004-06-13 20:42:53
Brendan JordanSend Brendan Jordan a message :   Randomizer just done me wrong!!!!
Never again . . never again
  2003-02-02 23:30:51
standardSend standard a message :   I think that this fits Paul McCartney's post-Beatles career perfectly.
The above statement is not a compliment.
  2002-10-17 09:20:09
jasoncrossSend jasoncross a message :   uhhhhhhhhhh.   2002-10-16 18:47:45
kozikSend kozik a message :   jesus christ i hate 'bad surrealism'   2002-06-16 15:27:01
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