Internet dating song

Internet Dating Superstuds is the ninth studio album by the southern California punk rock band The Vandals, released in 2002 by Kung Fu Records.

It was the band’s first album after their permanent move to Kung Fu, after having fulfilled their contract with Nitro Records in 2000.

The trio never aims to pass judgment on the online dating community, and instead embraces the exhilarating feeling of a connection that not only goes well, but becomes irresistible.

Brothers Max and Spencer Ernst lead the propulsive, pop production, while vocalist Chelsea Lee adds a healthy dose of humanity to the proceedings.“Too Much” comes off SHAED’s forthcoming debut full-length album due out later this year via Photo Finish Records.

An independent music video was filmed for the song "43210-1." Much of the album is characterized by the pop-punk music and humorous lyrics for which the band is known.

Other bonus content in this portion of the album includes a photo gallery and unobscured lyrics.

All tracks written by Warren Fitzgerald, except where noted.

Lucy is doing research for her latest book, by going on online dates and using the 'losers' that she meets up with as her victims in her book.

During this process, she meets 'hardluvnman' aka Detective Quinn who is working undercover trying to solve a serial killer mystery in Boise, Idaho.