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Nyc Squirrel Songs

by Foamy the Squirrel

A companion mini album to the NYC Squirrel Songs episode featuring Foamy the Squirrel. (if you don't know who Foamy the squirrel is, do a search) He's like a squeaky George Carlin filled with rage!
Genre: Spoken Word: Comedy
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1. Bagels to Go
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2. I Can't Afford to Love New York
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3. New York City Sucks Now
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4. Panomia
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5. Anger Built the House Where I Rest (Unreleased)
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6. Bagels to Go (Alternate Version)
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7. I Can't Afford to Love New York (Alternate Version)
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8. Panomia (Alternate Version One)
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9. Panomia (Alternate Version Two)
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10. A Slice
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11. New York City Squirrel Songs (Full Cartoon Audio)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Foamy the Squirrel / Neurotically Yours is one of the longest running web toon on the planet! EVER! For over 10 years Foamy has been enlightening the masses through George Carlin like rants and silly antics. Obey the Squirrel!


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