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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by HotRodSteve, Aug 11, 2019.
9/11/2001 killed it. The dark aspects and themes of many of the songs (and the groups themselves) amplified the mood of people - almost a synergistic effect and it ripped a lot of this stuff (which I like) out of our hands and hurled the records in the dumpster. Many had neither the means nor the will to fight back against the tidal wave of conformism.
The trouble with Coughlan is, once you decide he's got it, then most of this other stuff (posted) is surplus and you can take it or leave it.
i'd rather have the bruisers as an active band instead of the dropkicks.
I'm enjoying this topic and I'm laughing at my age (mid 50's).
One of my salespeople (he's great) is 38. When ever I make equipment calls with him he asks if we can listen to oldies and I always say yes. The first time he asked I though "I'm in a classic rock cover band - bring it on".
He then says - "Cool! I love 90's music!" Then he turns a grunge station on via satellite radio.
I am so damned old!
Same with Skid Row imo. Their music was still good but by the 2nd album, they were totally out of place with everything going on.
Johnny Rioux is my barber and he is playing one show with the Bruisers in Europe. He was in the Bruisers for a couple of years. I met Ritchie this weekend, he used to play bass and guitar in the Bruisers. His band Step 13 played outside of Austin.
As for as the Bruisers being active, here you go
One of the best bands to come out of the 90's IMB...
Squirrel Nut Zippers
I love me some Moz
Reminds me of thes dudes I went to high school with (released in 97)
ugh so many mixed feelings.
i kinda wish he'd just up and die so i'd stop feeling bad about liking his music. i just pretend he's senile.
also **** rob miller.
fwiw the smiths are my all time favorite band, but morrissey just makes me want to crawl into a hole and pretend i don't know who he is recently.