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November 2, 2006 | August Brown, Times Staff Writer
THE first single off Say Anything's major-label debut of skewed indie-punk, "Alive With the Glory of Love," is about having sex in a concentration camp. Over doo-wop harmonies and buzz-saw guitars, the band's 22-year-old frontman and songwriter, Max Bemis, shouts, "When I watch you, I want to do you right where you're standing ... right in plain view of the whole ghetto."
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November 2, 2006 | August Brown, Times Staff Writer
THE first single off Say Anything's major-label debut of skewed indie-punk, "Alive With the Glory of Love," is about having sex in a concentration camp. Over doo-wop harmonies and buzz-saw guitars, the band's 22-year-old frontman and songwriter, Max Bemis, shouts, "When I watch you, I want to do you right where you're standing ... right in plain view of the whole ghetto."
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