Miami Bass Warriors Just Wanna Sniff Some Glue

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Aholsniffsglue once made crack cocaine out of Ajax and battery acid, smoked it with the Dalai Lama, and became obsessed with stripes and circles. True story.

Give thanks the art world appreciates the kind of compulsions that drive people past the brink of madness, are willing to pay for it, and that there are even soundtracks for shit of that nature. This Miami Bass Warriors music video commercial produced by Pest from 131 Projects says, "In the bed I am the tiger, you say slow, but I move faster." Be like the tiger motherfucker, and move faster. The time is coming.

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