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Sentient Hairstyles

Sentient Hairstyles Episode 4

Ben, The Urban Goose and Lightbreaker discuss James Bond theme songs; what makes a good one, and who should do the next one. There's the regular banter from Love is the Drug, the syllables game, and some outlandish new impressions.

Produced by Shane Mason.

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