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Home: S&G in 60

No need to wait until you get Home, because you can listen to our spoiler-free review right now! It’s Snooty and Goon in 60!

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Lightning Psychosis, its totally a thing: Goon Reviews The Flash "Rogue Time"

So, what’s the lesson we learned this week?  Don’t screw with time travel, a cop will punch you in the face.

Picking up where the last episode left off, Barry has arrived in the past, confused and disoriented from his experience.   1,515 more words

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Review #57: Tobias Jesso Jr - Goon

Artist – Tobias Jesso Jr
Album – Goon (2015)

Check it out – https://open.spotify.com/album/7elNFxdWSjWvtUP1gqyQGV

Tobias Jesso Jr is a singer-songwriter from Canada. Initially moving to LA and playing bass for 4 years in numerous bands, Tobias then took up writing music on a new instrument (the piano). 296 more words

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The Gunman: S&G in 60

Check out this cinematic misfire. Or don’t, I guess, is what we’re trying to say. Sorry for the mixed messages.

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Tobias Jesso Jr - Goon (Album Review)

In an age where it seems that the mainstream seems to be filled with more and more singer-songwriters who gradually seem to have less and less in terms of their own identity, it’s a great pleasure that this year seems to see the return of some of the best singer-songwriters returning like Laura Marling as well as other ones who are just getting the recognition they deserve like Father John Misty. 533 more words

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Tobias Jesso Jr.: GOON

A Wizard, A True Star

Ladies and Gentlemen, I present to you the heir to Todd Rundgren. Tobais Jesso Jr. is a singer-songwriter from North Vancouver who writes the kind of schmaltzy ballads that makes my heart drip with glee. 1,137 more words

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Things have gone way past complicated: Goon Reviews The Flash "Out of Time"

After a month of no super hero antics, Flash returns, and pulls out all the stops.

We open with a flashback to the pilot, giving us a different look at the Mardon brothers and what happened with them during the accelerator explosion.   1,418 more words

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