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Teenage Kick

Teenage Kick

Teenage Kick


Born in the wilderness of Madagascar and raised by a pack of indigenous hyena, Aric Gillis was not responsible for the hit song Achy Breaky Heart, but is capable of playing it if requested. Aric is a poet, (as yet unpublished), philosopher, (as yet unrecognized), and creative strategist with well over a year of combined experience in the aforementioned. Aric sites his keen wit, sharp tongue, and quasi-militaristic strategic insight in dealing with the mundane among his greatest strengths, and greatest weaknesses. Read more on Last.fm
Born in the wilderness of Madagascar and raised by a pack of indigenous hyena, Aric Gillis was not responsible for the hit song Achy Breaky Heart, but is capable of playing it if requested. Aric is a poet, (as yet unpublished), philosopher, (as yet unrecognized), and creative strategist with well over a year of combined experience in the aforementioned. Aric sites his keen wit, sharp tongue, and quasi-militaristic strategic insight in dealing with the mundane among his greatest strengths, and greatest weaknesses. Most frequently found bearing the toil of freelance music production in advertising and television or touring as bassist with indie pop bands, Aric formed Teenage Kick in the spring of 1832 at the behest of acquaintances eager to see him dance on stage and look silly. It is generally conceded that Niccolo Machiavelli’s The Prince is based on the life and times of Aric, and he has been voted “most likely to restart the party.” Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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