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Burn down the disco. Hang the blessed deejay. Because the music that they constantly play, it says nothing to me about my life. Quote: Originally Posted by LabelKing What I find interesting are those LA County Hispanics who have an extreme Morrissey fetish. I seem to recall an excellent Chuck Klosterman piece regarding that peculiar phenomenon. Edit - Page 47.
This is easy. It's the GCCB served at Bobcat Bite, just outside Santa Fe, NM. http://www.roadfood.com/Reviews/Writ...385&RefID=1385 http://www.hamburgeramerica.com/bobcat.jpg http://farm2.static.flickr.com/1171/...4c7b4e.jpg?v=0 Of course, there's always the Owl Bar...
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Rubber Soul. White Album. Revolver. In that order. Sgt. Pepper gets honorable mention for recording the the whole thing on a 4-track. Edit- I have most of the albums on vinyl, but the crown jewel is an unpeeled Butcher Cover I picked up at a yard sale in Sonoma two years ago. For one dollar.
Their first five albums are compare favorably to any other rock album ever recorded.
Quote: Originally Posted by LabelKing It is indeed a formal ascot tied loosely like those scarves that are seen in formal Western-wear: Porter Wagoner, RIP
Nothing in San Francisco. However, there was plenty of Ed Hardy gear to go around.
I only know April Wine from Trailer Park Boys. As well as "might as well go for soda!" Edit - I believe Kim Mitchell was also in an episode or two of Kids in the Hall.
The original Death Wish has Christopher Guest as a cop and Jeff Goldblum as a rapist. Sly Stallone was a random subway hooligan in Woody Allen's Bananas. Speaking of Singles, Pryzbylewski from The WIRE also has a small part in that one. Random, shirtless, and mildly disturbing Piven appearances in a Paul Westerberg video for a song from the Singles soundtrack (00:59, 01:24!, 01:48, etc): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FK_iS6WOJkY
Dayglo Abortions DOA Hanson Brothers SNFU King Khan & BBQ Show
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