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Sunday, February 22, 2009

VIDEO: Vanity Theft "Edit Edit Edit"

...this came across our desk late yesterday, so we thought we'd pass it along to all of you. The young ladies in Vanity Theft put together a video for the track "Edit Edit Edit" off of their debut, Post Script Pace Yourself, which features the girls on stage, in the studio, and everywhere in between. There's also some nice footage from their Buddha Den Showcase performance back in January. Check it out:

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11 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

they're just so unique aren't they?

5:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

you know what else is unique? jaded, sarcastic comments posted anonymously... hey, i just wrote one too!

let me guess - you're also an "artist" but whose work is "misunderstood," right?

7:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

call me jaded and sarcastic, but isn't this band just so unique?

we're asking questions

10:59 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i like vanity theft, they're very good (period).

12:51 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

throwing the word jaded at someone who doesnt like a band you like (or are in) is a pretty flimsy connection. its not our fault this band sounds like nickelodeon

9:19 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

alright, if you want to get into semantics...

i never expressed an opinion on this band, so don't assume i'm a fan just because i'm willing to point out when someone makes a cynical, obnoxious comment. i don't know anything about this band aside from this video. i am, however, familiar with jackasses (being one myself) and i can assure you, the original poster is a jackass.

for every band that has the ambition to release music, there are a dozen idiots ready to complain that it's not the second coming of the beatles.

and i guess i don't know what a nickelodeon sound is... can you post a link to your challenging, original, and thought-provoking recorded works for a comparison, artiste?

8:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

is this thought provoking or challenging?

gimme POLoLARD or gimme death

10:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

your sense of humor is pretty challenging, i'll give you that.

1:10 AM  
Blogger Aaron said...

Regardless of uniqueness, there's always room for things like this, especially in Dayton. I applaud, Vanity Theft looks like fun and what's more universally appreciated than things that are fun?

I mean, unless you hate fun. Then I guess we would have an understanding!

1:12 PM  
Anonymous brett favre said...

i think whoever is challenging this video is more thought provoking than the music itself

11:21 PM  
Blogger Net 31 said...

i like this video, their music isn't exactly my cup of tea, but i can admit they are very talented. their movement is more punk then many of the bands in dayton, self releasing, making their own videos, playing shows everywhere, and having fun.

tg

11:44 PM  

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