That's Norm Now


Stupid, like you.

That's Norm Now is best known as the composer of the hit song "Chemical Duck" and as the squeaky sound of at least 3 bands. Experience the sounds, the sights, or read the latest news below.

That was Norm then. This is Norm now.


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That I did not hit her? That it's not true? That it's bullshit? And she loves you too, as a person, as a human being! If everyone love each other, the world would be a better place to live in. Let's go eat, ha?

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