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December 1st 1969 - December 12th 2020
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Nose Norton

Location: Plainville
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Paste Pot Pete 
Wolfman Pete!

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Subj: Re: In the Engine Room (90s Music Fun 47)...
Posted: Mon Aug 18, 2014 at 12:13:17 am EDT (Viewed 54 times)
Reply Subj: In the Engine Room (90s Music Fun 47)...
Posted: Sat Aug 16, 2014 at 12:05:41 am EDT (Viewed 71 times)

I watched a lot of Banana Splits as a kid, so I know this song well. I remember hearing The Dickies version on the radio in the early 90's, and I liked it so much I went out and bought the CD. Well, the CD's ok for some pure punk, but I think I prefer Liz Phair's version now.

You can't go wrong with Petty. This is a real good one. Kind of an odd video, but that's par for the course with Petty.

This song was good. I think I'd have to give some more listens to really the spirit of it.

    Giant Sand & Victoria Williams

I kind of liked this one. I never heard it before, but it's got a weird artsy sound that works for me. The contrast of typical Americana and the weird distortion is interesting.

This is a good song from Mike Ness's solo album. I've never seen the movie The Devil In Miss Jones, but it's easy to see what Ness is getting at concerning porn stars.

I don't think Ive heard this one before, but I really liked it. Sweet has quite a few songs that I really like, but I haven't delved into his music too deeply. I probably should.

This isn't bad. I never bought Watt's second solo album, as I only bought the first one for the Eddie Vedder song.


I never heard this before but it is some good stuff.



I'd like to hear The Emperor's New Clothes by Sinead O'Connor next week.

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