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You want the evidence? It's complicated. Just a preponderance? The truth regurgitated. I was a young man when the world pulled a muscle. So we applied some heat and ice, and we all hoped that would suffice, what could we do but roll the dice? You want a time machine? Some kind of superpower? A cosmic trampoline? Jump to your finest hour. I was a young man when I met a young woman. She moved in and made it nice, and I learned to cook the rice, what could we do but roll the dice? Flying poets heading home, dropping bombs of styrofoam. You want the remedy? You get the side effects. Like a Christmas tree strung with cancelled checks. I was a young man when I woke up this morning. I received cryptic advice, vague and yet somehow concise: important things must be learned twice. And everything meant to entice, is wrapped inside a sacrifice. What can I do but roll the dice?


from Sesame Streetcar Named Disaster, released May 10, 2013



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Milk Carton Superstars Orlando, Florida

Milk Carton Superstars make songs out of guitars, drums and some reasonable words. Later Never Now is their new album.
The band formed in 2007 when old friends Guy Larmay (guitars, bass) and Jim Myers (vocals, drums) began writing songs together again for the first time. Based in Orlando, they're often joined on stage by bassist Jeff Boyce and in the studio by producer Justin Beckler.
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