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Sedcairn Archives announces “OOBYDOOB,” premieres video for lead single

I used to sell my used jamz to Mr. David Adamson a.k.a. Sedcairn Archives in Indiana. He would lord over me behind his mighty record counter, waxing poetically about art and music. Or else, you know, be quiet and reserved and inside his own head. Which seems like a rad place, because have you heard Sedcairn Archives? Oh, you slept on Mammoth Cave two years ago? Okay, okay, mistakes happen.
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