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Artist Title Album Label Year Comments Approx. start time
Fleshtones  It Is As It Was   Favoriting Wheel Of Talent  yep Roc  2014    0:00:00 Pop-up)  
Wau Y Los Arrrghs!!!  La Ciudad No Es Para Mi   Favoriting Todo Roto  Slovenly  2013    0:01:58 Pop-up)  
Bad Sports  Hypothetical Girl   Favoriting Bras  Dirtnap  2013    0:05:38 Pop-up)  
Giuda  Wild Tiger Woman   Favoriting Let's Do It Again  Damaged Goods  2013    0:07:49 Pop-up)  
First Base  No Surprise   Favoriting s/t  HoZac  2013    0:11:24 Pop-up)  
Dirty Fences  Me At the Door   Favoriting Too High To Kross  Volcom  2013    0:13:37 Pop-up)  
TV Sound  Sunshower Deconstruction   Favoriting Amber Glass High  Killing Horse  2013    0:15:36 Pop-up)  
Lydia Loveless  They Don't Know   Favoriting Somewhere Else  Bloodshot  2014    0:18:56 Pop-up)  
Big Star  Thank You Friends   Favoriting Big Star Story  Rykodisc  1978/2003    0:33:35 Pop-up)  
Remains  Thank You   Favoriting s/t  Epic  1966  RIP Chip Damiani  0:36:39 Pop-up)  
Brendan Benson  Diamond   Favoriting You Were Right  Readymade  2013    0:40:08 Pop-up)  
The See See  Open Up Your Door   Favoriting Days, Nights & Late Morning Lights  Sundazed  2014  another great song with this title!  0:42:48 Pop-up)  
Sex Clark Five  I Can't Let Go   Favoriting WFMU Session: Monster Strum and Drum Hits  Records To Russia  2014    0:45:38 Pop-up)  
The Parson Red Heads  Every Mile   Favoriting Orb Weaver  Fiesta Red  2013  produced by Scott McCaughey  0:47:51 Pop-up)  
Boogarins  Erre   Favoriting As Plantas Que Curam  Other Music  2013    0:53:03 Pop-up)  
Matthew Sweet & Susanna Hoffs  Trouble   Favoriting Under the Covers Vol. 3  Shout Factory  2013    0:56:56 Pop-up)  
John Paul Keith  The SXSW Song   Favoriting         1:00:43 Pop-up)  
Figures of Light  The Winter of Our Discontent   Favoriting Buy Before You Die  FOL Records  2014    1:12:35 Pop-up)  
Dead Moon  Parchment Farm   Favoriting In the Graveyard  M'Lady's  1988/2014  great new reissue. speedy recovery to Fred Cole, having open heart surgery  1:14:28 Pop-up)  
The Blind Shake  Can't Stand Life   Favoriting Key To a False Door  Castle Face  2013    1:17:13 Pop-up)  
AJ Davila  Noches Negra   Favoriting Terror Amor  Nacional Records  2014  from Davila 666  1:18:44 Pop-up)  
La Luz  Morning High   Favoriting It's Alive  Hardly Art  2013    1:22:15 Pop-up)  
Night Beats  At the Gates   Favoriting Sonic Bloom  Reverberation Appreciation Society  2013    1:26:18 Pop-up)  
Scott H. Biram  Backdoor Man   Favoriting Nothin' But Blood  Bloodshot  2014    1:28:41 Pop-up)  
Bloodshot Bill  In Love Again   Favoriting The Lonesome Road  Norton  2013    1:32:30 Pop-up)  
            1:34:57 Pop-up)  
The Shags  Make a Record With the Shags   Favoriting various - Don't Press Your Luck: The IN Sound of 60's Connecticut  Sundazed  1966/2008    1:42:27 Pop-up)  
Bram Rigg Set  You Don't Love Me   Favoriting various - Don't Press Your Luck: The IN Sound of 60's Connecticut  Sundazed  1966/2008    1:45:54 Pop-up)  
Karen Verros  You Just Gotta Know My Mind   Favoriting various - Destroy That Boy! More Girls With Guitars  Ace  1965/2009    1:49:24 Pop-up)  
The Smithereens  From Me To You   Favoriting The Smithereens Play the Beatles' Washington, DC February 11, 1964 Concert    2014    1:51:28 Pop-up)  
Original Sins  Forest For The Trees   Favoriting Sins '88    1988/2007    1:54:35 Pop-up)  
Dex Romweber Duo  So Sad About Us   Favoriting Images 13  Bloodshot  2014  with Mary Huff!  1:55:15 Pop-up)  
The Terrys  Stop Dance   Favoriting various - GS I Love You: Japanese Garage Bands Of The 1960s  Big Beat      1:58:18 Pop-up)  
The Tunes  98.6   Favoriting Love Uncool  Cheap Rewards  1979/2013    2:00:09 Pop-up)  
The Loved Ones  The Loved One   Favoriting various - Down Under Nuggets  Festival    later covered by INXS  2:03:19 Pop-up)  
Lee Dorsey  Working in a Coalmine   Favoriting various - Crescent City Soul: The Sound of New Orleans 1947-1974        2:04:49 Pop-up)  
Limiñanas  I Mici Occhi Sini I Tuoi Occhi   Favoriting Costa Blanca  Trouble In Mind  2014    2:17:13 Pop-up)  
The Higher State  Need To Shine   Favoriting s/t  13 O'Clock  2013    2:20:01 Pop-up)  
The Frowning Clouds  All Angles   Favoriting Whereabouts  Anti Fade  2013    2:23:01 Pop-up)  
The Dentists  Tangerine   Favoriting Some People Are on the Pitch They Think It's All Over It Is Now  Trouble In Mind  1985/2013    2:27:43 Pop-up)  
Jook  Jook's On You   Favoriting Jook Rule  Sing Sing  ?/2013    2:30:29 Pop-up)  
The Sadies  Another Tomorrow Again   Favoriting Internal Sounds    2013    2:32:33 Pop-up)  
Sam The Sham & The Pharaohs  Let Our Love Light Shine   Favoriting The MGM Singles  Sundazed  ?/2011    2:34:46 Pop-up)  
The Reg Guest Syndicate  Underworld   Favoriting various - Get Smarter: 60s Instrumental Grooves From Around the Globe  Past & Present  ?/2010    2:37:13 Pop-up)  
King Rock and the Knights  Scandal   Favoriting various - Surf-Age Nuggets: Trash & Twang Instrumentals 1959-1966  Rock Beat  1959/2012    2:40:22 Pop-up)  
Reveliers  Hanging Five   Favoriting various - Surf-Age Nuggets: Trash & Twang Instrumentals 1959-1966  Rock Beat  1962/2012    2:42:00 Pop-up)  
Bandits  Buzzy   Favoriting various - Party Party Party  Arf! Arf!  ?/2004    2:44:05 Pop-up)  
Deacons  The Baldie Beat   Favoriting various - Party Party Party  Arf! Arf!  ?/2004    2:46:33 Pop-up)  
Quichenight  Rock n Roll Thing   Favoriting Greatest Hits        2:54:20 Pop-up)  
Lee Ranaldo and The Dust  Last Night On Earth   Favoriting Last Night On Earth  Matador  2013    2:57:02 Pop-up)  

Listener comments!

Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:04pm Dominick:

Avatar 12:04pm Danne D:

S'up Joe B
S'up Everyone
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:04pm tim from champaign:

Hey Joe!!!! Congrats on the marathon victory! I've been out of commission on Tuesdays for a while and haven't been able to catch the 3 Chord Monte as much as I'd have liked. It's good to be back.
Avatar 12:04pm Cecile:

Avatar 12:05pm Sem Chumbo:

The Joe Belock show is like by-passing my usual half-dozen usual espressos and doing lines of pure caffeine instead. Oh! my heart!
Avatar 12:09pm WO Town Wick:

Congrats on marathon score to the People's Champ! The Lord of Three Chord!
Avatar 12:11pm Cecile:

All hail the Lord of Three Chord!
Avatar 12:12pm Joe B:

Hi everybody! thanks for tuing in and checking in on the board here. thanks everyone who pledged! appreciate it!
  12:12pm Sissophonic Cheryl:

Wau Y Los Arrrghs! One of my biggest regrets as far as missed shows go. Congrats on the successful marathon!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:13pm tim from champaign:

This set is ruling, Joe!
Avatar 12:16pm Tom from Detroit:

If this is San Antonio what the hell is all this snow and ice doing here?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:18pm MattBelow:

People's Champs reigns supreme in 2014!
  12:19pm Bubba:

Thank you, Joe!!!!
Avatar 12:19pm Tom from Detroit:

That would be Austin. Yeah Lydia. All Lydia all the time for me lately......new album is sick.
Avatar 12:22pm Cecile:

and I think that was a cover of Kirstie McColl
  12:25pm mark in toronto:

shout out to Canada - land of ice and snow
Avatar 12:25pm Cecile:

you guessed right.
Avatar 12:27pm Cecile:

Public Radio in MN just got a $25 mil grant.
Avatar 12:31pm dc pat:

Fleshtones: My old pals from PA were trying to get me to come up to see those guys over the weekend. The show apparently was priiiiiiitty good...
  12:32pm Bubba:

Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:32pm efd:

Thanks for the shout-out, Joe!
Avatar 12:33pm Tom from Detroit:

Thank you friends coolest après fundraiser song ever.
Avatar 12:35pm pierre:

Bonjour Joe !
Avatar 12:39pm Joe B:

hey tom!

efd, thanks for doing a great job!
Avatar 12:40pm Joe B:

I know Ullman was not the original. just acknowledging i wasnt hip enough to know the original back in 1982 or 3
Avatar 12:44pm Cecile:

I only knew it because all the hipsters who were playing it at the college station were going "oh, it's a kirstie mccoll song'.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:46pm MattBelow:

Reachin' them Nash notes!
Avatar 12:47pm Tom from Detroit:

Evie Sands Can't Let Go kinda can't be beat in my opinion. Great You Tube of it. "Fetching" Mr. Shelly said....
Avatar 12:48pm Joe B:

Hey Matt! yeah, they did a good job on that version. thanks for all the volunteering, cool to see you down here during the marathon!

hey Cecile! Bonjour Pierre!
Avatar 12:48pm Joe B:

DC pat, you should go next time! they still bring it!
Avatar 12:48pm Cecile:

someone else did it, too. I am going nuts trying to remember. (I know the Hollies)
Avatar 12:51pm Joe B:

Linda Ronstandt had a hit with it, and her version holds up! i heard it recently
Avatar 12:51pm Joe B:

and the great evie sands with the original
Avatar 12:52pm Cecile:

Maybe I'm just thinking of the Hollies.
Avatar 12:53pm Joe B:

it was their first single, at least in the US
Avatar 12:55pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Hollies' 'Can't Let Go' wigkey :
...leads to Evie Sands wigkey:
Avatar 12:55pm Joe B:

whoops confused the hollies first us single - it was 'just one look'. knew it was a cover of some sorts
Avatar 12:58pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...even like the tune 'Now's the Time' by the Hollies from 1963 ! - which is pretty early...
Avatar 12:58pm dc pat:

yeah I shoulda...but family, kids, leaky roof...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:01pm efd:

At first I thought he was singing "everybody's in Allston." #BostonBias
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:01pm tim from champaign:

Nice JPK SXSW song. Hilarious.
Avatar 1:02pm jljl:

EFD: You can take the boy out of Boston but you can't take Boston out of the boy.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:03pm MattBelow:

@efd: Playing the Paradise and Brighton Music Hall
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:03pm efd:

@jljl Too true!
Avatar 1:03pm dc pat:

huh, thought he was singing Everybody's in Ballston...you know, Ballston, VA...where I'm sitting now....
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:04pm efd:

Tommy Facenda needs to get on this and crank out a bunch of regional versions!
Avatar 1:05pm jljl:

Ballston sounds very exciting: "Ballston is a neighborhood in Arlington County, Virginia and is home to the Ballston-MU station on the Orange Line of the Metrorail subway system."
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:05pm Mike East:

I had a dream that I was supposed to be jamming with Lindsey Buckingham, but I couldn't get my gear together and he started getting pissed off for making him wait.
Avatar 1:07pm dc pat:

@jljl: You got it. THat's about as good as it gets. We do have the Ballston Commons Mall here though where the Caps practice.....but I hate hockey so...
  1:10pm pierre:

One thing that I learned from that marathon : Joe's laugh is contagious.
Avatar 1:10pm Tom from Detroit:

Chip Taylor, Al Gorgoni & Trade Martin have a version of can't let go and I did not google this. Gold star, please. I heard M. Shelley play it about 6 months ago.
Avatar 1:13pm jljl:

dcpat: Yes the 2nd item i see on Google is indeed the Mall. Which I'd think is a step above the orange line but who knows. You got a short ride to DC at least.
Avatar 1:13pm dc pat:

Ah man, this was a great winter. Had some killer sledding, snow cocktail parties, snowball wars.. Sad to see it go.
Avatar 1:13pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...Chip Taylor co-wrote it ; reading the Hollies wiki: all those very great early songs I love from compilations did very little in the U.S. charts until 'Bus Stop' in '66...
Avatar 1:16pm dc pat:

Indeed that's why I rode in the wrong direction first this morning. Now I'm feeling it though....
Avatar 1:17pm Cecile:

Avatar 1:17pm dc pat:

BLIND SHAKE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  1:17pm Mike Sin:

Hey Joe! Coming in loud and live through the phone app. Lunchtime listening! Great job during the marathon!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:17pm tim from champaign:

Yes, a speedy recover to Fred. Nothing can kill that guy.
Avatar 1:18pm Joe B:

Cecile, if you weren't already out of the woodwork i figured the Blind Shake would do the trick!
Avatar 1:18pm Tom from Detroit:

Hey Mike!!
Avatar 1:20pm Cecile:

hahahaha, right on.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:21pm tim from champaign:

Nice saxamaphone! That's how sax's should be played on rock songs.
Avatar 1:27pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...Dave Davies said guitar tuners ruined R'n'R - I shudder to think how AutoTune makes him feel...
  1:28pm Mike Sin:

Hi Detroit Tom K!
  1:29pm Figures of Light:

Thanks, Joe -- typically killer show! Happy to say THE WINTER OF OUR DISCONTENT IS OVER!! Spring is here - rock on!!
Avatar 1:30pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

- very credible Mighty Wolf cover ! ☆
  1:31pm Figures of Light:

And total good wishes to Fred Cole -- you can make it, man -- be well!!!
Avatar 1:32pm Cecile:

Open heart surgery is a lot better now than even about 30 yrs ago. It will be a bit of a haul for him, but he should be OK.
Avatar 1:32pm dc pat:

Yeah, not bad wolf cover at all.
Avatar 1:33pm dc pat:

Well, tuners sure allow rockers avoid having any ear at all. I can still tune guitars fine without. Sure saves time though.
Avatar 1:33pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

'Scott H. Biram...or The Dirty Old One Man Band' - hehehe.
  1:34pm Figures of Light:

What kind of revolution does the Revolution Rabbit want to start?
Avatar 1:36pm Cecile:

La Loose
Avatar 1:36pm Cecile:

you said that right.
Avatar 1:39pm Cecile:

my dad was in the same boat. Had a quintiple bypass 31 yrs ago
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:40pm MattBelow:

Fred and Toody's WFMU set available here: freemusicarchive.org...
  1:42pm Figures of Light:

I love this record -- you mean, you make a whole bunch of different tracks, and then mix them ALL into one?? Wow -- how does that work?????
  1:43pm Figures of Light:

Yes, it's essential that all the tracks be well separated from each other -- who knows what might happen otherwise??? I shudder to think! Next you should play the old 7-11 Slurpee single!!
Avatar 1:44pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

FoL: ...long story why I use it ! : For one thing - 'Rabbit' & 'Revolution' are meant to be a humorous paradox - like 'Ninja Turtle' - &/or attempting to embrace this contradiction in myself - successfully or not...

- Had a friend - knew no history of heart conditions - whatever - was walking down the street & felt winded - decided he better sit down - & then see a Dr. - well - Dr. said go to hospital NOW & get these tests, & Dr. then called hospital & said 'Don't let him out of your sight!' - & once @ hospital they said - quadruple bypass, NOW - starting from just a 'normal day'...

...Then you take AutoTune & make everything sound like a perfect piece of robot garbage...
Avatar 1:44pm Joe B:

I do have the slurpee song - be careful what you wish for!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:45pm Mike East:

I'm thinking about getting an old 4 track tape recorder. Having too many technical difficulties using computers to record. Anybody know any brands/models to absolutely stay away from?
Avatar 1:45pm Tom from Detroit:

I'm getting confused. Can we please play this again at 16 rpm so I can take better notes?
  1:45pm Figures of Light:

Rev Rabbit -- Yes, there was a radio show in the 80s called Rabbits With a Vengeance, playing stuff like Joe plays -- we need more radio like this!!
Avatar 1:45pm Tom from Detroit:

I'm getting confused. Can we please play this again at 16 rpm so I can take better notes?
  1:46pm Figures of Light:

Joe -- I LOVE the Slurpee song, and also the Thom McAnn Pennywhistle shoe commercial -- or Crisis at Ole Miss with Chilly Charlie!! Play on!!
Avatar 1:46pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...that's two tracks used up already Tom !!...
  1:47pm Figures of Light:

Yes, I hear tell that as many as 10 tracks can be used -- perhaps even more!!
Avatar 1:49pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...someday they'll snigger about our bandwidth & server anxieites...
  1:50pm John L.:

You don't have the new Dex Romweber Duo there, do you?
  1:50pm Figures of Light:

Back to mono!! And Karen Verros rules!!
  1:52pm KP:

Is this from the Beatles vs. Don Ho album?
  1:52pm Figures of Light:

Joe -- I bet you don't have The Russians Were a Rushin' a Rocket to The Moon, or do you, by Jerry Livingston and The Versatones?
  1:53pm 317:

Caught the Orwells show in DC a few nights ago. Reminded me of hardcore shows at the old 9:30 Club 30 years ago...
Avatar 1:55pm Tom from Detroit:

At the Cleve Rock Hall they have these 2 giganto recorders Beatles used through mid 60s. Two because they only did 4 tracks each and needed to ping pong. I guess George Martin didn't have the kind of budget the Shags were going with.
Avatar 1:55pm Joe B:

Only russion thing I have is Go Go Radio Moscow!
Avatar 1:57pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Avatar 1:58pm Cecile:

I was hoping it was going to be the Shaggs in the recording studio! hahahaha
Avatar 2:00pm Joe B:

I'm not that cruel Cecile!
Avatar 2:00pm Cecile:

have you got any Lee Dorsey floating around, Joe?
Avatar 2:00pm V Priceless:

Keith Lives!
Avatar 2:02pm Cecile:

yea, that might be more a Brian Turner kind of thing, JOe.
Avatar 2:02pm Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...proper Brit engineers in white coats...Tom Dowd @ Atlantic in the U.S. had 8-track & faders & things much earlier...An interesting read is George Martin's 'W/ a Little Help from My Friends' about recording Pepper & all the contortions necessary; he says he started so early in history they used weights to cut records because they were more reliable than the electrical supply...& that when he talks to Engineers now he feels like the WWI pilot talking to jet-fighters & such...often think - what do all those Best Albums Ever from the mid-60s have ion common w/ Lo-Fi - ??: They're 4-track...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:04pm Mike East:

wow...totally thought that was an INXS song.
Avatar 2:04pm Cecile:

thanks, Joe.
Avatar 2:05pm dc pat:

oh man, I sing this tune to my kids all the time..
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:05pm tim from champaign:

I didn't know Lee Dorsey covered Devo. What a hip dude.
Avatar 2:05pm KP:

Lord, I'm so tired
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:05pm Mike East:

I'm going to New Orleans next month. Beyond excited.
  2:06pm LovecraftDude888:

Mike East: I've had good results with Magix Samplitude Producer or any of their apps., and basic PC, but you might be better off with the fastest Mac you can get, and something even more "pro" than Samp...but I love that program. Otherwise, maybe a good solid portastudio would be good for you? Depends what type of recording you are gonna be doing as well. If you're getting dropouts/latency on a PC or Mac, prob. too old and slow machine, not enough memory, or just buggy software or hardware. or both. And that's all I have to say for now! I know one famous mastering place in NJ use nothing but analog old Ampex recorders and stuff....but that's mastering and old-school equipment, not really for home use, unless you can build a real home studio, etc.
Avatar 2:06pm Joe B:

Mike be sure to hit the Green Goddess. the owner/chef is Guitar Lightnin's drummer. they usually have FMU on in the kitchen
Avatar 2:07pm V Priceless:

cool how faithful the Devo version is to this, considering how they usually "Picasso'ed" covers!
  2:07pm David:

Where would one find the Pavement rendition of "Trouble"?
Avatar 2:07pm Cecile:

I hope you're kidding, Tim.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:08pm Mike East:

will do, Joe B!

thanks for the tips, LCD. I'm just sick of computers, I think.
Avatar 2:08pm Cecile:

Obviously. der, Cecile!
very true, Priceless.
Avatar 2:10pm V Priceless:

@ Mike East - just consider availability of other media (especially tape in any format!) before making the plunge, as ridiculous as that sounds! Thx, C!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:11pm tim from champaign:

Yeah, I'm kidding Cecile. That's the Michigan wisenheimery coming out.
  2:11pm Alfred Ron Richards:


Bought that GS comp in Osaka a few years ago...they had 100's of similar comps I'd never heard of...
Avatar 2:12pm Cecile:

I figured it out....I'm a little slow today.
Avatar 2:13pm V Priceless:

"wisenheimery" = word of the week, possibly month!
Avatar 2:13pm jljl:

317: The Orwells checked into the same hotel I was at in Portland ME and now I see/hear them all the time. Was away when they played Boston, they put on a good show?
Avatar 2:14pm Cecile:

Joe, have you and Brian Turner ever considered doing a six-hour punk/garage extravaganza for marathon?
Avatar 2:17pm Joe B:

Hi David, you misheard, sorry, was talking about The Killing Moon that Sweet & Hoffs also do on that album that Pavement covers
Avatar 2:23pm Joe B:

Cecile, I could never do a back to back marathon show. too insane!
Avatar 2:24pm Prashanth:

Guten Abend, FMU ppl!
  2:25pm 317:

jljl - Best show I've seen in years. I'd forgotten how truly anarchic--not just loud & sloppy--rock could be. Most out-of-control show since Doggy Style in 1986, but still sounded great. Can't believe they didn't shut down the show, as the bouncers threatened...Steven Malkmus also put on a great show a week or so back, along with Endless Boogie. SM's cover of F. Mac's Oh Well was the shit.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:25pm KevinfromBayRidge:

Afternoon everyone, from balmy Satan Island. Joe, you were the THE MC par exellance during the marathon( not H&MS). All Belock, All the time!
  2:30pm David:

Thanks for the clarification, was driving and not totally focused. My first time commenting and proudly passed the math test on the third try
Avatar 2:30pm Prashanth:

loved the Tangerine
Avatar 2:30pm Cecile:

Good point, Joe!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:31pm KevinfromBayRidge:

Mazel Tov, David!
Avatar 2:35pm Joe B:

dont blame yourself, not many people can follow my ramblings!
Avatar 2:35pm Joe B:

and welcome aboard! if you register you can skip the math problems
Avatar 2:37pm jljl:

Haha 317, Doggy Style. There's a band that's not mentioned much anymore. Shoot, next time I'll catch the Orwells but they'll be beyond the 250 cap club they were at last week probably.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:39pm tim from champaign:

The WFMU Friendship Society will not just solve your math problems; it will solve your alcohol, relationship, skin, self-esteem, drug and all other personality problems.

Maybe it makes them worse. Either way it's fun.
  2:40pm 317:

Doggy Style came out fully naked. The singer sang through a megaphone through a guitar amp. I was 15 and thought I would be knifed to death. A guy I knew from the skate ramp, Tony Thai-man, lived in a car out back. DC is a lot cleaner and safer now, esp. the rock club scene, ala NYC.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:42pm KevinfromBayRidge:

tfc, you forgot the curing hemorrhoids thing
  2:42pm tonyb:

yep...surf's up today!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:43pm tim from champaign:

Yep - that too KfBR. No more trips down to Ferguson Hospital.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:44pm KevinfromBayRidge:

Yazzir! Had a great run on the beach, before
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:50pm MattBelow:

You are correct in your pronunciation of Dedham
Avatar 2:51pm jljl:

Wow Buzzy's Roast Beef. A lost greasy spoon classic in Boston.
Avatar 2:53pm Sem Chumbo:

Thanks, Joe. Much obliged, a lot of fun! See ya next time.
Avatar 2:53pm Prashanth:

any suggestions for some interesting "non-mainstream" interesting news website? (no AlexJones and RT please)... I like this one: positivenews.org.uk
Avatar Swag For Life Member 2:53pm tim from champaign:

Or The Spits calling all of their LPs The Spits even though they've got 5-6 albums out.
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