Well if it isn’t enough that they their live performances last 20 minutes, and consist of them playing their songs on a stereo, dancing around yelling, swinging baseball bats, and taking their shoes off and clapping them together…
NOW, they’ve really gone and done it.
The Tough Alliance – who are in LaCinta’s Top 30 friends on MySpace – apparently have nothing to do with their MySpace page!
OMG. OMG. OMG.
And to think I sent them all those personal messages… that’s like having cyber sex with Kate Perry… and then discovering that it was actually your roommate!
On a Tough Alliance MySpace bulletin this morning it was written that:
To you, my friend,
I have been contacted indirectly from the Tough Alliance themselves.
It’s true, I am not the Tough Alliance, I am merely a fan who is attempting to share their music with the vastly growing Myspace community.
They’ve told me that I can keep the site up, but all I need to do is clarify that I am not the “real” Tough Alliance.
I don’t see this as a problem, but rather as a great honor!
The only reason I had hid the fact that I was a fan and not the Tough Alliance themselves is that I feared Tom would delete my profile!
I hope you all understand why I’ve lied to you.
And I hope we can all keep on enjoying the beautiful beats and melodies these two men have created for us all! 😀
I feel so violated. This is not the Tough Alliance http://www.myspace.com/toughalliancemusic
Actually, who the fuck cares. All that matters is that Tough Alliance makes rad music.
But I am wondering, what kind of person pretends to be a band online???
And LaCinta thought it’s mid-bloglife identity crisis was rough…