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In 2010, Norwood, Ontario band My Darkest Days became legends throughout the exotic world of g-strings 'n' pasties thanks to the song "Porn Star Dancing," the #1 charting strip club anthem from their first album, and the most reactive rock song of that year. My Darkest Days was one of the last true rock bands; They looked the part -dangerous haircuts, piercings, lots of black clothing. They sounded the part -songs like "Goodbye" and "Move Your Body," are pure fist-raising rockers. But most importantly, they lived the part. After years of touring and two albums under their belt, the band split to embark on other projects, but a fanbase for My Darkest Days music remained.
In 2010, Norwood, Ontario band My Darkest Days became legends throughout the exotic world of g-strings 'n' pasties thanks to the song "Porn Star Dancing," the #1 charting strip club anthem from their first album, and the most reactive rock song of that year. My Darkest Days was one of the last true rock bands; They looked the part -dangerous haircuts, piercings, lots of black clothing. They sounded the part -songs like "Goodbye" and "Move Your Body," are pure fist-raising rockers. But most importantly, they lived the part. After years of touring and two albums under their belt, the band split to embark on other projects, but a fanbase for My Darkest Days music remained.
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My Darkest Days
Artist: My Darkest Days
Format: Vinyl
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In 2010, Norwood, Ontario band My Darkest Days became legends throughout the exotic world of g-strings 'n' pasties thanks to the song "Porn Star Dancing," the #1 charting strip club anthem from their first album, and the most reactive rock song of that year. My Darkest Days was one of the last true rock bands; They looked the part -dangerous haircuts, piercings, lots of black clothing. They sounded the part -songs like "Goodbye" and "Move Your Body," are pure fist-raising rockers. But most importantly, they lived the part. After years of touring and two albums under their belt, the band split to embark on other projects, but a fanbase for My Darkest Days music remained.
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