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Fox never had an original bone in his body and is only into musical masturbation and bands who do the same.
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Gerald Weymouth Oniel and Green Gel Records are in violation Of Copyright and are illegally attemping to profit from Willard Recordings. Post no links
If "They disbanded after recording eleven songs in November 1993", then how was Willard "active" until 1995 (per infobox), and how did Tyson Garcia play bass for them from 94-97? - K1darkknight (talk) 18:02, 23 September 2020 (UTC)