Serial Killers Know How To Party

Album: Fantastic Wounds (2005)
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  • A music blog called Ear Candy once profiled Schoolyard Heroes. A parent read the blog entry, saw the title of this song, and freaked, sending a letter to Ear Candy that referred to the band as "avowed Satanists." An online petition to stop the band was soon started, as well. Not long after, Schoolyard Heroes posted a humorous response on their online journal, blaming their "Evilness" on a diet of Burger King. >>
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    Chae - Chicago, IL

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  • Chelsea from Seattle, WaJust curious, how do you read their online journal? Where do I have to go? What's the url?
  • Chelsea from Seattle, WaThese guys are amazing!!!!! They put on such an awesome live performance and they have become my new favorite band because of so. I love these guys!
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