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    Odds are pretty good I listened to XTC's Skylarking more than anyone else here. It was in the first batch of CDs I ever bought when I switched over from vinyl.

    I'm sure I've listened to Bellybutton by Jellyfish more times than anyone else here too. Ween's Mollusk too.

    All the Wall of Voodoo albums. The first 3 Stan Ridgway solo albums too. I've listened to Mosquitos about 100,000 times.

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    Mike Keneally's Boil That Dustspeck and Sluggo! Does anyone around here even own those albums?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy View Post
    Odds are pretty good I listened to XTC's Skylarking more than anyone else here.
    nope

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    All the Wall of Voodoo albums. The first 3 Stan Ridgway solo albums too.
    now this is what I thought you'd say
    Quote Originally Posted by designshed
    Mike Keneally's Boil That Dustspeck and Sluggo! Does anyone around here even own those albums?
    I prolly should. He posts quite often over at PE, seems like nice guy. Rarely pimps himself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy View Post
    Mike Keneally's Boil That Dustspeck and Sluggo! Does anyone around here even own those albums?
    I own SLUGGO and DANCING.
    I bought DUST SPECK for a crazy guitar-player buddy of mine and he told me that "the guy is obviously great but this CD is just weird" !

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    Yeah, Keneally is the most approachable pro musician I've ever seen. He's just a super cool guy will talk to anyone about anything music.

    I agree MC, Live in Japan is a terriffic hooky song with a lot of broad appeal. Tranquillado or Potato is a great place to take them next.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy View Post

    Mike Keneally's Boil That Dustspeck and Sluggo! Does anyone around here even own those albums?
    I have both of those; great stuff! And I agree, mike is very approachable. To wit, my copy of sluggo has his autograph and a "happy birthday" note. He sat with me and my gf for half hour after a show a few years back. Really down to earth guy.

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