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Nose Norton

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Paste Pot Pete 
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Subj: Re: Somebody That I Used to Know (90s Music Fun 48)...
Posted: Sat Aug 23, 2014 at 01:46:21 pm EDT (Viewed 71 times)
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Posted: Sat Aug 23, 2014 at 04:05:45 am EDT (Viewed 87 times)





This song was on one of my least favorite Flintstones episode. Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm sang it in the shows last season. I think they were running out of ideas.
This version is pretty good, though, better than the Flintstones one.




It took me a little while to hear it, but this is the song that Bono would sample in live versions of "Sometimes You Can't Make It On Your Own". This is a good version.





I don't remember this song at all.




Everytime I see Mad Season, my first thought is "I know of them, but know anything by them", but I do know this song. It very much has the sound of the time. Alice In Chains, Pearl Jam and Screaming Trees put together. How can you not like it?





Elliott Smith was a great songwriter, though a bit depressing.




I think I have Enconium, the Led Zep tribute album, but I haven't listened to it in years. Crow does a good job, but it's not Led Zep.




I remember this song. I could never get over the corny opening. Never gave it a chance. It's not bad.




This song wasn't bad. I'd never heard it before.


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Although the album Cosmic Thing was released in 1989, "Roam" wasn't released as a single until 1990, according to wikipedia. Can you bend the rules a bit and play that next week?




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