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Peggy Sue///Hell by The Spin Doctors

  Electric Blue Peggy Sue and the Revolutionions From Mars by Winona Finnish band “Electric Blue Peggy Sue and the Revolutionions From Mars” has something to say. What exactly it is, I don’t know. I can barely understand the lead singer, Ray Katz, over the grungy guitars, Drano-laced vocals, and chunky chords. In a post-Stooges […]

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Spindoctors: The Brentwoods///Pianosaurus

  Busboy by Winona Like Joseph’s post, I’m writing about a band on which I really cannot find much information. However, this hardly matters, for they are the everyman band! If the everyman takes into account only the select group of musicians that adhere to the specific and niche-worthy brand of pop, or maybe it’s […]

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The Spin Doctors: 8/8

Bongwater by Joseph Some people seem to know what they want to do right from the start – a strange concept for a Liberal Arts college student who has spent the last two years lithely dodging that very question at various family gatherings and holiday parties. Mark Kramer and Ann Magnuson are two such people. […]

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The Spin Doctors: Music Etc.

   The Glands of External Secretion by Joseph The Glands of External Secretion are Barbara Manning and Seymour Glass (the founder of Bananafish magazine). They’ve released several records together, some fairly recently. This record is a 7” from 1992 called Demonstrate Congo Bob’s Saliva Torture (as in, The Glands of External Secretion Demonstrate…). It has […]

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The Spin Doctors: The Remains///Land of the Loops

  “America’s Greatest Lost Band” by Winona Growing up in Los Angeles with parents who really, really liked oldies radio, I was exposed to lots of KRTH 101.1. For those of you unfamiliar with this staple of my childhood/minor bane of my existence, KRTH is exactly the type of sugary, over-the-top kind of DJing that […]

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