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Vampire Weekend: ft. Crenshaw High School Drum Line on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”

Visions of Nick Cannon may flash through your mind, as a drumline from Crenshaw High School joined Vampire Weekend for their performance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”

The song, “Cape Cod Kwassa Kwassa” isn’t that much different with the added percussion, but it’s still one of the better tracks from those lads from Columbia.  
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I've never seen them live. Sounds like the record.

/site_media/uploads/images/users/daba/me-bermudajpg.jpg Daba

I gave a star just because i felt sorry for the drumline.

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hey chris, i take it you're not a fan of VW

/site_media/uploads/images/users/daba/me-bermudajpg.jpg Daba

not their best, but not bad. true, the drum line didn't do much to change their sound, which could of made things really interesting.

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over-rated band. some fun stuff but the hype is ridiculous.

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I haven't heard music this ethnicy since the last Dave Matthews Record! It's not horrible, I guess. But why not listen to actual afro-pop... as opposed to the annoying indie warmed-over version thereof?

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well put Greg

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cause it still has indie pop

/site_media/uploads/images/users/daba/me-bermudajpg.jpg Daba

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