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8/7 EARTH CRISIS/ HOLLOW EARTH/ DOWN N OUT @ Macs Lansing

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SHOW INFO:
All ages | $10 advance / $12 day of show | Doors open at 5:30PM

Earth Crisis
Banned And Burned
Hollow Earth
Down N' Out

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This show will be cool, I took off work to go. I wish I still lived 2 minutes from Macs Bar. Anyone want to car pool from Downriver or surrounding areas?

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I hope the turnout to this is decent.

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Fusion told me that they only wanted Lansing bands to play this. Bamboozeled again. Regardless, I'll be at this. I'll be living about five minutes away from Mac's in a few weeks.

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I live 5 minutes from Macs, Dylan.

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Great. Let's get pizza or something. Are there any cool record stores in Lansing? I went in one right by the MSU campus years ago and it seemed to be half of a vintage store as well. I can't remember what it was called. It was in the basement of some building.

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Dylan Duffiney wrote:Great. Let's get pizza or something. Are there any cool record stores in Lansing? I went in one right by the MSU campus years ago and it seemed to be half of a vintage store as well. I can't remember what it was called. It was in the basement of some building.

Flat, Black, and Circular on Grand River Ave. in East Lansing. I stop in there every time I pass through Lansing for a show or whatever. I always come out with something good.

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Dylan Duffiney wrote:Great. Let's get pizza or something. Are there any cool record stores in Lansing? I went in one right by the MSU campus years ago and it seemed to be half of a vintage store as well. I can't remember what it was called. It was in the basement of some building.

There's also The Record Lounge and Uncle Sam's, which may or may not be open still. I haven't been to either so I can't vouch for them.

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The record lounge doesnt really have a good selection but they put on small shows sometimes that do pretty good. Uncle Sams unfortunately has been out of business for awhile because it caught on fire a few years ago. Flat Black And Circular is awesome though.

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