24 Sep 2011
in MY TOP 10
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MY TOP 30: Year 3 Posts of ALL-TIME!
7. Cigarettes After Sex 5Q
On-off El-Paso band, Cigarettes After Sex (CAS), continue the Neon Desert El Paso Week domination of this countdown. With Number 6, this is now two back-to-back entries from this special content in addition to the other four previous entries. CAS now becomes the sixth and highest Neon Desert entry. It joins the summary post for all the Neon Desert content at Number 17, BB Gun Johnny’s pop quiz tied at Number 28 with Feedback’s LOTTO Interview, the the Royalty’s 5Q at Number 14, GOBI’s 5Q at Number 10, and Zach Paul’s 5Q at Number 8.
See the original Friday, April 15, 2011 post here — 5Q for Cigarettes After Sex — Neon Desert Artist. It includes their song, “I Can See You.”
See all 7 Neon Desert interviews and more here.