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Carlos Santana is more than a name for the brand. Although Carlos does not design the footwear himself, he is part of the design process. The interpretation of the multi-cultural, colorful imagery that surrounds Santana’s music brings the shoes to life.
You called me last night on the telephone
And I was glad to hear from you 'cause I was all alone...
griphus: Hey who remembers Fastball?
Hey who remembers Fastball?
A bunch of my friends, for whatever reason, decided they wanted to entertain that song as an interesting piece of music. You'd run into people you liked and the "Believe" song would come on in the bar, and instantly, the conversations would stop, and they would start talking about how they actually liked that song. They actually liked the dumb vocal thing. It happened over and over again, just really cringe-worthy moments. It's like in a zombie film, when you see your friend has been bitten and you're just looking for the cues that he's going to go full zombie on you. It was that sort of thing. One by one, I could see that my friends had gone zombie. This horrible piece of music with this ugly soon-to-be cliché was now being discussed as something that was awesome. It made my heart fall.
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