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Scotty
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posted 11-09-2001 09:01 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Scotty   Click Here to Email Scotty     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
I need more clues, can't figure out xactly who you are....

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owen
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posted 11-09-2001 10:04 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for owen   Click Here to Email owen     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
His name rhymes with "Scott Shaq-Ronald." Hey Scotty, any chance of pictures from the wedding of bass players being posted?

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Scotty
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posted 11-09-2001 10:47 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Scotty   Click Here to Email Scotty     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
There are some posted by Toy Computer on a thread entitled "Scotty and Dana"..

Bad pics of us, cute pics of some others.

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Scotty
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posted 11-09-2001 11:11 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Scotty   Click Here to Email Scotty     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
Oh yeah, and thanks Qwelder for listing Boiled in Lead ahead of Black Spot. Puts MY historical significance in perspective..ha

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RQuelder
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posted 11-10-2001 07:44 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for RQuelder     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
Actually, it's sequential - I filled in for BiL before Black Spot and... oh, I'm so lame...

Not that anyone cares, but I left off Steak Face in the list of bands I was in. Lots of people were in that one. And I guess I left of Arcwelder too. I was being cryptic.

More 80's bands unrelated to me and my ego:
12 Angry Men
Pax Americana

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chain-wallet bitch
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posted 11-13-2001 03:36 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for chain-wallet bitch   Click Here to Email chain-wallet bitch     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
Hmmm...wasn't RQuelder also included in the one-time only performance of the "Haute Noise" orchestra, which also featured members of 2i, Arcwelder, and Borrowed Time? This First Avenue event occurred at First Avenue, and when I finish moving, I can locate the date from the tape of that show.

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SPIDEY72
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posted 11-15-2001 07:13 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for SPIDEY72   Click Here to Email SPIDEY72     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
The Porcelain Boys
Dead Chicken Hardcore
Those who've Travelled
The Giants

Some obscure suburban Punk/Hardcore bands that played many parties and field gigs

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RQuelder
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posted 11-19-2001 06:57 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for RQuelder     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
Uh-oh: I'm not sure I remember the "haute noise" thing - was that the show for the wacky art thing in the First Ave main room? I remember being part of a wall of noise on stage that night...

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chain-wallet bitch
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posted 11-25-2001 08:57 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for chain-wallet bitch   Click Here to Email chain-wallet bitch     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
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Originally posted by RQuelder:
Uh-oh: I'm not sure I remember the "haute noise" thing - was that the show for the wacky art thing in the First Ave main room? I remember being part of a wall of noise on stage that night...


Yeah, it definitely would have been considered a wall-of-noise, and we played for about 45 minutes, I believe. I have a video compilation of 2i stuff, and a brief excerpt from the event is tagged on the tape as well, taken from a local TV news channel. The only other thing I remember from that night is that there was a "chainsaw sculptor", making a big mess on the First Ave. dancefloor, cutting up big chunks of trees. Did you actually play in Fab's group a few times? I have some tapes of that outfit buried away as well, but for some reason I can only recall Mitch Griffin sitting in with Fab. I don't suppose you know how to get in touch with him, so I can pass these on?

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RQuelder
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posted 12-01-2001 06:21 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for RQuelder     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
No, unless my memory fails me, I never sat in with Fab.

Tim Alexander from Fab's was writing for Pulse for awhile, maybe he still is.

Ah - I have the 2i video comp too. It's a good one!

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daley66
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posted 12-01-2001 06:33 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for daley66   Click Here to Email daley66     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Perkeo:
Monty Wilkes, Replacements sound guy, had a band called "The Device", musta been '86, '87 or so, think they opened for the 'mats once or twice, Monty sang and played bass, Eric Von Rabbanow(SP?) on guitar...sorta a Duluth band, but I think they re-located to the cities around then. If ya wanna talk Duluth, there was the kinda cool "Iron Youth", who did Proletariat and Fang covers w/Monty on bass, late 70's/early 80's punk/pop obscurities like the Bronx Zoo and the Planets, and fairly awful "hardcore" like Ratrut and the Wood Goons...all best forgotten, trust me!

Wow Perkeo! thanks for reminding me how old i am. I saw both the Device and Iron Youth play in Dull-luth when i was 18-19. I knew Monty from the Guitar shop which he worked at and Eric from the record store. Didn't even know they were in a band together untill i saw the Device play for the first time. Went to their "Rok the Skywalk!" show in some 2nd floor coffehouse/ bar thing in the Duluth skywalk system. Prol'ly one of the first cool shows i ever went to. I still recall Eric handing me the flyer for the Device which had the distortion pedal schematic on it. Good times.

ok enough with that

i just came back here to say "HI" to DJ RQuelder

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chain-wallet bitch
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posted 12-19-2001 10:31 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for chain-wallet bitch   Click Here to Email chain-wallet bitch     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
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Originally posted by RQuelder:
Uh-oh: the "haute noise" thing -
I remember being part of a wall of noise on stage that night...

Exactly - other bricks in the wall included Chris Sattinger (who was just featured in today's City Pages), Sean Smuda (Wrong, Blacki, and a cool Mpls photographer), Dan + Sharon Kaniess (Blacki, 2i), Bob + Jackie Gill (2i), Jay McHale (2i), Scott MacDonald (2i), Ward Harper, Melne Murphy, J. Free, Bill Wilson (these four from Borrowed Time), Ray Vellani (stick player from Bathysphere), a pal named Joe Orvis, and three others whose names I never got. The date was March 12th, 1986, and listening back to it now makes me think of what might have happened if the Master Musicians of Joujouka had learned how to play music by listening to Faust, or Neu!, or something like that. It's loud, that's for sure.

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26th&26thBlondegirl
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posted 01-04-2002 02:14 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for 26th&26thBlondegirl     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
Pretty comprehensive list you already have ...

Just a couple of others:

Shrimp Toast (A Suburbs hybrid)
Randy Fellows (Bucky H. and co)
Skeletones (John Schendruk and company)
Zuzu's Petals

and a one night party band ...

Pontious Pilot and the Nail Drivers
(can't remember who was in that one ... but it was at a late night downtown warehouse party - kind of a one nighetr deal and it was funny)

Sorry to hear Colin's stuff got chucked into the river .. don't remember hearing about that one.

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troll
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posted 01-13-2002 03:54 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for troll   Click Here to Email troll     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
one of the most influential bands in my memory was...(drum roll).....
the Krunch
or did you mis that show.

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PISSHEAD
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posted 03-11-2002 04:17 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for PISSHEAD   Click Here to Email PISSHEAD     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
BLIND APPROACH
TEST MONKEY
MISERY
LIBIDO BOYZ
BOY DIRT CAR
HEATHEN
LOUD FAST RULES
PROCESS BLUE

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Perkeo
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posted 03-14-2002 04:30 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Perkeo   Click Here to Email Perkeo     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
I keep thinking...Rendered Useless? has that been mentioned?

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bitsy spider
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posted 03-24-2002 11:34 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for bitsy spider   Click Here to Email bitsy spider     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
LiverPatrol(aka Library Police)
Tucumcary Rattlers
No House
Your Children
Dead Grampuhz

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aliensporebomb
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posted 03-24-2002 07:25 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for aliensporebomb   Click Here to Email aliensporebomb     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
I loved Kindergar10 - they were sort of proto-nine inch nails at least ten years before nin even existed. I can't remember the name of the keyboard player behind it all, but they had a real demented tune called "auschwitz" with Bob Joslyn on "drums and bad cymbal". I've long since lost the record, wish I still had it.

Some Minneapolis Punk - how about Mezzofist? I used to work with Mike, the bass player and I've got their CD "50 pound forehead" as well as a compilation disc they appeared on. Mike's a pretty cool guy but he also is pretty broad musically - how many punk musicians do you know have worked with avant-records head John Zorn? Not many that I can think of. I think you'll be hearing more from Mike.

My own band Hydravian gigged in Minneapolis from roughly 1986 - 1992 and we didn't know what we wanted to do. We wanted to play with the energy of punk, the chops of prog, but still be relatively accessible. Not sure we ever met our goal but I remember purposely dressing in beach clothes and playing dark menacing music to scare the metallica clone band that was playing new band night at 7th St. Entry the same night we were. Hum. Our big thing was energy but when we got back together in 1998 to see if anything would happen it was a lot more relaxed. I suspect marriages and mortgages do that to you. We also played dives like Fernandos, the Cedar Riverside Community Peoples center, the old Varsity Theatre (the next night 2 Live Crew was the last people to play the place so we were the last band to play there)...

Someone put Exploding Head Trick on the list - I loved those guys too - I even used to work with Satoshi Shinozaki, the guitar player but they were more Mahavishnu Orchestra meets REM. Jane Anfinson the violin player/singer/keyboardist later went on to Own, the vocals/violin/cello/drums outfit that I suppose for some would be a type of punk.

There's a lot of obscure bands that existed in Minneapolis - this is an interesting thread for sure.

I just thought of another thing.....remember Bricklayercake with Todd Traynor on drums?

It hit me again - what about crashdummies? Not Crash Test Dummies, but crashdummies. The were sort of a 80s King Crimson meets Punk combination. They were all instrumental except for a weird song on their EP "My name is Jennifer, what's your name?" Disturbing.

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zomzom
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posted 03-25-2002 10:48 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for zomzom   Click Here to Email zomzom     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
For the record...Todd Trainer IS Brick Layer Cake.
He certainly did play drums on his records, but also guitar, vocals and all songwriting.

He never played drums live for Brick Layer Cake, however S. Albini and Bill Graber have.

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aliensporebomb
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posted 03-25-2002 09:43 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for aliensporebomb   Click Here to Email aliensporebomb     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
Right. My friend Bob (Altrusian Moth) was a total Bricklayercake fan and would wax rhapsodic about the shows.....
He kept raving about Todd's drumming so maybe he was raving about someone else when they played out.

But I digress....I wonder how many bands started with 1 guy doing demos playing everything in this town. I'd say a lot.

Just today another name blew into my brain out of the ether.....Dada Legion except it was more Bob Millea's techno brainchild. He played with us a handful of times when we were looking for drummers and that was weird but cool. I've got the tapes to this day.

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peeper
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posted 03-27-2002 03:52 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for peeper     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
[QUOTE]Originally posted by aliensporebomb:
[B]Right. My friend Bob (Altrusian Moth) was a total Bricklayercake fan and would wax rhapsodic about the shows.....
He kept raving about Todd's drumming so maybe he was raving about someone else when they played out.

Doesn't matter what he's doing drums, singing, writing, playing guitar, Trainer is talented on all counts and WAY entertaining. Wish I could have seen that chicago show last week.

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pat kallemeyn
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how could any forget "lindbergs baby" with Crash behind the drums? here's more "manifest destiny" "Iron Fist" "Radioactive cretins" "live Animal Sandwich"or my personal favorite "The Drunken Sods"

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melne
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posted 05-01-2002 07:26 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for melne   Click Here to Email melne     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
Cool to find this place, I'm melne, former guitarist of Borrowed Time and member of TÍtes Noires for part of their latter period, as well as doing Blacki and other stuff.
One of you mentioned you had a tape of the "Haute Noise" event. I'd love to arrange to get a copy of it, LOL, I'm sure it's ...uh... "interesting". I think I played the Stick on that gig, along with Ray Vellani.
Great to read all the familiar names here! It was a great time, I think, the early 80s, in MPLS music. I loved 2i and "Five Below", Man sized Action was great. I know there were more that gained my fandom, but I'd have to really put my thinking cap on to remember. I remember 1st Ave used to print "get in free" tickets in the City Pages and I went to 7th Street almost every night to check out the bands.
Anyway, howdy to all of you who might remember me... I'm still active musically, but I still remember my MPLS days the fondest!
-melne

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2fisted
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posted 05-01-2002 07:39 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for 2fisted   Click Here to Email 2fisted     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
Big BOC fan correct? Used to hang out at the carrage house? w/ joe & sean

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molly coddle
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posted 05-02-2002 01:31 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for molly coddle   Click Here to Email molly coddle     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
[QUOTE]Originally posted by melne:
member of TÍtes Noires for part of their latter period,


hey!!!!
I remember that band
I loved that band

ok that was my contribution to the conversation.
god I can be such a loser.

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chain-wallet bitch
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posted 05-02-2002 09:19 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for chain-wallet bitch   Click Here to Email chain-wallet bitch     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
Hey Melne, that was me with the recordings, natch - your old band mate in Borrowed Time. My hard drive took all my contact info to heaven a while back, so I'm glad you stumbled into this place - welcome aboard!

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melne
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posted 05-02-2002 02:08 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for melne   Click Here to Email melne     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by 2fisted:
Big BOC fan correct? Used to hang out at the carrage house? w/ joe & sean

Hi 2fisted,
yeah, that's me. Funny how things work out, I work for Blue Oyster Cult now, LOL, I do their website, as well as one for their guitarist, Buck Dharma (shameless plugs here: www.blueoystercult.com and www.buckdharma.com . I have one of my own on the way, but it's not quite done cookin' ( www.melne.com ).

The Carriage House, oh yeah! Lived there for a while, that was a cool little place always hoppin' with interesting and creative people. We were always up to something!

-melne

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2fisted
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posted 05-02-2002 09:37 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for 2fisted   Click Here to Email 2fisted     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
BOC site is great! Start a thread I'll email ya somtime (keep the conv. out of the now bands) see ya! je

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Chad
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posted 05-12-2002 09:09 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Chad   Click Here to Email Chad     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
Did anyone mention the Pseudonypms yet?

"I Punched A Cop" is one of my all time favs.

-Chad

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alizrin
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posted 05-12-2002 11:48 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for alizrin   Click Here to Email alizrin     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
I vaguely remember a band called the sizzling eggheads. sound familiar to anyone?

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frame
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posted 05-13-2002 03:10 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for frame   Click Here to Email frame     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
Wow, I just kind of stumbled across this while wasting time at work and I'm oh so sad that no one seems to remember Straight Face. We played at the Upper Deck (whatshis name once accused us of stealing a tape recorder, what an ass), 7th street, Duffy's, and some place in St. Paul that I can no longer remember. Bill Bailey went onto play drums in the Fuckin' Shit Biscuits, and Steve Grandell went onto Spider Bite and, currently, All the Pretty Horses. Me, I had enough of the glamorous lifestyle and retired from the music industry.

Dave Frame

PS--Yes, I also tried out for Sonny Vincent and the Extreme. I mean, who didn't?!

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zomzom
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posted 05-13-2002 03:16 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for zomzom   Click Here to Email zomzom     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
Never heard of Straight Face, and I used to own the (badly damaged) PA at the Upper Deck. I also did sound in the Entry from 84-88. Well, it was nice when first installed...
I was in Spyder Byte for the "first few years", never heard of that guy.
What "genre" was Straight Face?

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Ollie Stench
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posted 05-13-2002 06:21 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Ollie Stench   Click Here to Email Ollie Stench     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
Sizzleing Eggheads, I haven't heard that name in years! I don't think I ever had the pleasure of seeing them, but I thought the name was great!

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frame
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posted 05-14-2002 11:52 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for frame   Click Here to Email frame     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
Hmmm, I know that Steve had some band with Spider in the title. Was Jim Boquist involved with Spider Byte in some way? That might be why I'm confused.

As far as Straight Face went, I'm pretty sure that we were toast by `84. Don't know if I could easily peg a genre, but we did seem to get compared to the Talking Heads a bit. Also, as I am loathe to admit, we wore full face make up. The original idea had something to do with Japanese Kabuki theatre, but it just looked ridiculous.

I remember that Billy Batson was running sound at 7th Street the couple of times that we headlined. The only thing I really remember about playing Goofy's was that we were on some St. Patrick's Day party bill with Husker Du (?) and the Trashmen, but we were on at 2 in the afternoon with a total of one person in the audience. We also fronted for the Suburbs a few times at the Cabooze.

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Originally posted by zomzom:
Never heard of Straight Face, and I used to own the (badly damaged) PA at the Upper Deck. I also did sound in the Entry from 84-88. Well, it was nice when first installed...
I was in Spyder Byte for the "first few years", never heard of that guy.
What "genre" was Straight Face?

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zomzom
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posted 05-14-2002 11:56 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for zomzom   Click Here to Email zomzom     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
Ha, cool! I wish I would've seen the makeup..I loves me some quirky makeup bands.
Yes, Jim Boquist, Bil Sullivan, Tommy Stinson, Chris Mars and I were the "original" Spyder Byte. I know Bil did it not too long ago with some other people, don't know much about it.
Find some pictures of that makeup!

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frame
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posted 05-15-2002 12:07 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for frame   Click Here to Email frame     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
I'll see what I can do. If anyone still has evidence of the travesty, Steve Grandell (aka Venus) will.

quote:
Originally posted by zomzom:
Ha, cool! I wish I would've seen the makeup..I loves me some quirky makeup bands.
Yes, Jim Boquist, Bil Sullivan, Tommy Stinson, Chris Mars and I were the "original" Spyder Byte. I know Bil did it not too long ago with some other people, don't know much about it.
Find some pictures of that makeup!

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tony
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posted 05-15-2002 09:50 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for tony     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
I tried to go through them all but I may have missed this band.

Regardless, Flamin' Oh's was one of the finest Mpls bands and I had to make sure they got mentioned. Very pure.

Someone listed Summer of Love. I booked them for my senior snow days dance at Blaine Sr High (85-86). About 20 of my friends frigging loved it and everyone else complained. Kevin made me a cassette with a ton of their stuff and some of his, it is lost to the gods but they had something going on.

Hey Kevin, if you are on this site, PLEASE sell me a remake of that tape.

Tony

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posted 05-15-2002 10:05 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for 2fisted   Click Here to Email 2fisted     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by tony:

Regardless, Flamin' Oh's was one of the finest Mpls bands and I had to make sure they got mentioned. Very pure.
Tony

Hey! I've been shoutin bout the oh's till my face turned blue! The where a fine band from the 80's... Specialy if you like bowling!
http://djward.tripod.com/flaminoh.htm


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The Ambassador
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posted 05-16-2002 01:14 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for The Ambassador     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
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Originally posted by tony:
Someone listed Summer of Love. I booked them for my senior snow days dance at Blaine Sr High (85-86). Tony

Wait a minute... did you have a ramp? 16 feet wide, 8 foot transitions? I might be putting a face with the name now. Or maybe I'm just insane. But, how many Tony's can there be in Blaine, right? 1 or 2?

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posted 05-16-2002 01:29 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for steef   Click Here to Email steef     Edit/Delete Message Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by The Ambassador:
Wait a minute... did you have a ramp? 16 feet wide, 8 foot transitions? I might be putting a face with the name now. Or maybe I'm just insane. But, how many Tony's can there be in Blaine, right? 1 or 2?

Wow. I think I rode that ramp on my bike once. hehe biking on ramps waas so uncool then.

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