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In late October 2009, the band put on a live performance from the garage of the singer's parents' house, where they played their new single, "[[Decomposing Pumpkins]]", to an audience that included [[Cheerleader]], [[What's Her Face]] and all four [[The Gregs|Gregs]]. The drummer's mom did not give out good candy, so the other band members threw a decomposing pumpkin at him.
In late October 2009, the band put on a live performance from the garage of the singer's parents' house, where they played their new single, "[[Decomposing Pumpkins]]", to an audience that included [[Cheerleader]], [[What's Her Face]] and all four [[The Gregs|Gregs]]. The drummer's mom did not give out good candy, so the other band members threw a decomposing pumpkin at him.
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"Decomposing Pumpkins", in its entirety, was later selected as the [[Quote of the Week]] on October 22, 2009. Since this was just before the unannounced [[Homestar Runner (body of work)|Homestar Runner]] [[HRWiki:Hiatuses|hiatus]] went into effect, the Quote of the Week was not updated until exactly five years later. Additionally, this means "Decomposing Pumpkins" had the longest tenure as Quote of the "Week", far outlasting the previous record holder, [[Strong Bad]]'s "[[Teen Girl Squad Issue 13|Garbage Disposal]]" song from June 21, 2007, which lasted seven weeks before being updated.
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*Brainkrieg's song "Decomposing Pumpkins", in its entirety, was selected as the [[Quote of the Week]] on October 22, 2009. Since this was just before the unannounced [[Homestar Runner (body of work)|Homestar Runner]] [[HRWiki:Hiatuses|hiatus]] went into effect, the Quote of the Week was not updated until exactly five years later. Additionally, this means "Decomposing Pumpkins" had the longest tenure as Quote of the "Week", far outlasting the previous record holder, [[Strong Bad]]'s "Garbage disposal: what a way to go! Garbage disposal, meet So and So" from June 21, 2007, which lasted seven weeks before being updated.
In 2019, they wrote a song for [[Trogdor!! The Board Game Rulebook EP]] called "[[Trogdor's Fiery Rage (song)|Trogdor's Fiery Rage]]".
In 2019, they wrote a song for [[Trogdor!! The Board Game Rulebook EP]] called "[[Trogdor's Fiery Rage (song)|Trogdor's Fiery Rage]]".

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