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Formed in 2000 and billing themselves as the most authentic recreation of the Ramones live show you are ever likely to see, they certainly look up to task.

A review by John Tuckness of Examiner.com based on his 2011 concert expirence:

“On Saturday February 26, 2011, The Ramones came back from the dead in the form of "The Gabba Gabba Heys” to play at The Knitting Factory Concert House in downtown Reno. Although the crowd was relatively small, (1 to 2 hundred, it was very cold and snowing all day). These boys came to ROCK and that’s just what they did !!!

The set lasted well over 90 minutes and they covered many, many songs to perfection. Their attire, movements and stage presence were flawless. It was truly just like going back in time and seeing the real thing.

This examiner was very impressed."

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The play on words here being paradise/pair of dice. The gamble on her fame is like gambling with a a loaded pair of dice, saying that even if she did make it, her fame would most likely be short-lived.

Kind of like the well-being of someone caught cheating with large amounts of money on the line.

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Ol' Blue Eyes was quite the ladies man; charming, charismatic, debonair, ready for a brawl and ultimately, short-tempered. In short, women wanted him and men wanted to be him.

He was the definition of smooth for a generation, and his influence is impossible to gauge.

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Oh boy, he’s going Biblical here. Cain and Abel were the offspring of Adam and Eve, according to the Holy Bible. Cain infamously murdered his brother in cold blood, and his motives are widely disputed to this day (although it’s believed the true reason was due to an unhealthy infatuation with Cain’s own sister, ultimately causing him to refuse Abel to marry her, as was supposed to be).

This was the first act of murder, according to the Bible.

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Disgusted by the quality of music these other rappers are putting out is like these music labels are just shoveling out crap to the people, and bleeding whatever profits can be made off of tours and merchandise.

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Don’t peg her the same as all the rest just because she has raps about weed, as that is only one side to her.

She then makes a reference to the late MC Big Pun who’s breakthrough single Still Not A Player recieved generous radio airplay and the lyric “I just fuck a lot” was edited to say “I just crush a lot”. Lastly, “heavy d” could be a metaphor for getting really stoned, but it’s almost definitely a nod to another fly MC, legend Heavy D.

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Most people who claim to be fans complain that hip-hop is pop now and look for other music to listen to, failing to realize that fresh, lyrical hip-hop still exists in the underground scene.

The continuous theme of Rastafari-like concepts is present in how she enunciates her words here; also note how she uses reggae to bring marijuana to mind.

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Islamic extremists are known for using explosives in their acts of terrorism. In this play on words, Dicky’s got his eye on an sexy girl, and her “bombs” (the sexual features of her body) are so good looking that they must be of the Islamic variety!

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As he knows they aren’t as dope as they wish they were, he’s waiting for his time to shine.

Much like coming out of nowhere with an amazing blocked shot.

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Today’s rappers all say they are the best today. Much like this NBA great:

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"Tiga" (Coachella – Lineup 2014) | accepted

“boasts the likes of MSTRKRFT” might flow a little nicer?

"I'm nasty like the nut of Johnny Kruk" (Lil Dicky – Grimy as a Gooch) | auto_marked_spam
"The only dough that I can boast about is seeded sesame" (Lil Dicky – How Can I Become a Bawlaa) | pending
"Spit about a mufucken' bitch up in 'da whip" (Lil Dicky – How Can I Become a Bawlaa) | pending

As stated below, Honey transcribed this song herself, and is the only truly trusted source for her lyricism.

"Rap about my cat or where my cash should be? / The indust..." (Honey The Hippie – Psychedelic) | pending

Never Change, Honey, please!!!! You are exactly what the game needs!!!

@KatB Honey transcribed this herself…

Hey, hope you don’t mind, but I took the liberty of covering two extra bars to cover the add'l illness refernces. Can’t wait to see you blow the f*** up, girl! You are gonna have peeps shouting your name off rooftops and ish!

"You receiving a beating, bleeding, beefing, you rather be..." (R.A. The Rugged Man – Complex Superiority) | accepted

The use of beating, bleeding, beefing as adjectives paint a vivid mental picture of R.A. being raw like bloody meat. This is in contrast to vegan which in this case is used to describe a coward.

"They know dude got a scary flow" (Lil Dicky – The Cypher) | pending

Keep it Up Dicky!!!! Better than most Major Label releases this year!!!