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Record Store Day Hangover – Vampire Weekend – Oxford Comma (Rehearsal Version)

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Next up, a song from Vampire Weekend. This comes from another Record Store Day pick-up, and is the vampire 150x150 Record Store Day Hangover   Vampire Weekend   Oxford Comma (Rehearsal Version)A-Punk 7″. The b-side is nothing fancy, but is probably something any die hard VW fan wants to hear. It is the “rehearsal version” of Oxford Comma, and you can down it below. Enjoy!

Vampire Weekend – Oxford Comma (rehearsal version/ vinyl rip)

 Record Store Day Hangover   Vampire Weekend   Oxford Comma (Rehearsal Version)


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Posted by Joe Long   @   21 April 2008 1 comments
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Apr 23, 2008
12:06 pm

Funny, just a couple of weeks ago I was debating the grammatical validity of the Oxford comma with someone, and his final response was to send me a link to this song. I’d forgotten it until now.

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