Wanna hear a GREAT song...

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  1. Jaimoe

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    Love that song, it's such a change from 16 Candles on the same album. I love the feedback throughout the second half of Plowed.
     
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    I might like to hear it without vocals lol

    Not gonna bash but sorry but I can't stand that song...heard it a million times in the 90's.
    I'm a huge 90's music fan but I never liked his voice or lyric choice.
     
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    I loved both those songs. Never heard anything else though.
     
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    That's what makes a horse race.

    I think the vocals and song are just perfect.

    He sorta looks like Scott Weiland. I bet if a band like Stone Temple Pilots recut it, the song would be massive.

    I guess it just got lost in the tough business called the music business.

    What a shame. These guys must be scratching their heads and saying what do we have to do to make it?
     
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    Hmm... I remember this. Vaguely. It's a decent song, but I'm not hearing "great." Kinda hurts to say this because, living near the Detroit area, I'd like to support local bands.

    This was a good enough song in its time, but not good enough to stand the test of time.
     
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    I like it, but im a sucker for most 90's stuff that isn't say, Spice Girls or LL Cool J
     
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    I love that song. I'd consider it a 'great' song, personally. It has a steroid driven Social Distortion type sound to it. We used to cover it in the band I'm in. Sadly no one else dug it as much as we did.
     
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    I've always dug this tune. We used to play it in a band I was in a few years ago but it never went over.
     
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    I liked that one, Naylor amps right?
     
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    I loved their first two albums. Rotting piñata and wax escstatic
     
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    Is that Kenny Wayne Shepard!!?!?
     
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    Yep, they were the band that really turned people on to these amazing amps.
     
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    the local rock & alt stations played the crap outta this song in the mid 90's, it was friggin' inescapable.
     
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    We are doing it now, and I am still up in the air over how it is going over. Some nights people love it...some...not so much. But who cares what they like!!!:rockin
     
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    theres a strat signed by sponge in a hallway where i take lessons. Fun fact
     
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    Read about the roller coaster these guys were put through by that adoring world called the music business...

    Sad.

    http://www.detroitnews.com/article/...Pinata-?odyssey=mod|newswell|text|FRONTPAGE|s


    On the phone last week from his Saint Clair Shores home, Dombroski — who also fronted the Detroit bands Crud and the Orbitsuns — said he still hadn't sat down and listened to the album cover to cover. He didn't even own a copy of it to play for himself; but just before Christmas, he bought one off of Amazon.com for $3.
     

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