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This song will always have a special place in my heart due to its appearance in Pump Up the Volume, of which I was an avid fan during an appropriately awkward time in my adolescence.
Ha. I just rewatched Heathers this week. I think I first heard/saw it on MTV's Liquid Television.
What up dog?I love everything about this.
I love everything about this.
the master's degree, the Ph.D, the postdoctoral studies...
HOLY SHIT. That takes me back...Took me a long time to accept that the band I heard singing "Walk the Dinosaur" on the radio was the same band.
Took me a long time to accept that the band I heard singing "Walk the Dinosaur" on the radio was the same band.
Don Was is sort of a local legend here in Detroit.
There's nothing local about Don Was' legendary status. I know a lady who moved from Italy to Los Angeles because Don Was said he'd produce her album.
That's amazing. He runs one of the biggest music festivals here, and is treated like a god by the music crowd. Always introduced as "Detroit's own..."
Just know that he is treated like a god in LA, and from what I hear also New York.