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Andrew Ripp

Sorry for the lack of posts lately, I've been having trouble finding a wireless connection for my laptop, and have been forced to resort to internet cafes. Anyway, I wrote this post over a week ago, so it doesn't quite reflect my current state of mind. Since then I've cheered up.

Andrew Ripp – It’s All Good
“I’m 50 miles to Chicago
there’s no fight
she don’t care if I’m wrong or right”
He’s a boy with a guitar and a not-yet-god-forsaken dream. What saves this song from the pits of cliché despair (rhyming “merry-go” and “growing old” makes me think of 300, a movie so bad it’s brilliant) is its simplicity. Ripp is so earnestly hopeful it hurts me to think about how pessimistic I’ve been feeling lately.

But I find myself being sucked in anyhow, so I suggest you take my advice and do the download.

Andrew Ripp's myspace

(I hate to refer you to iTunes, but if you go through his myspace that's the best way to get his album)


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