Sean Lally

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Toxic Pop Syndrome Vol. 3 - Neon Skirts and Paisley Shirts

Artist Song Buy
The Leopards  Psychedelic Boy  buy on itunes
The Pandoras  It's about time  buy on itunes
The Long Ryders  10-5-60  buy on itunes
The Three O'Clock  Stupid Einstein  buy on itunes
The Rain Parade  Talking in my sleep  buy on itunes
The Vertebrats  Left in the dark  buy on itunes
The Long Ryders  And she rides  buy on itunes
The Crawdaddys  Pretty face  buy on itunes
The Last  This kind of feeling  buy on itunes
The Three O'Clock  Tomorrow  buy on itunes
The Gravedigger 5  Spooky  buy on itunes
The Pandoras  I live my life  buy on itunes
The Last  Century City Rag  buy on itunes
Salvation Army  She turns to flowers  buy on itunes
The Fuzztones  Green Slime  buy on itunes
The Rain Parade  Blue  buy on itunes
Dukes of Stratosphear  Bike ride to the moon  buy on itunes
The Miracle Workers  One step closer to you  buy on itunes
Opal  Fell from the sun  buy on itunes
The Vipers  Nothing's from today  buy on itunes
The Cynics  Waste of time  buy on itunes
Redd Kross  Play my song  buy on itunes
The Dream Syndicate  Definitely Clean  buy on itunes
The Cynics   Lying all the time  buy on itunes

Comment:

Tunes from the 1980s "60s revival". Many of these bands were associated with the so-called Paisley Underground. In fact, I was turned on to a lot of great music thanks to these bands. I was especially excited about the Long Ryders - not many bands combined so many great elements of music - country, psych, garage, pop. Volume 1 of 2. Much more to come. So there!

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McDonald12
Date: 3/13/2002
smashing stuff, Sean. I was really into a lot of this when it was around. I bought the Dukes of Stratoshpear LP on the strength of the cover! It turned out to be a good move. Well done, can I have a copy please?
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McDermott
Date: 3/13/2002
Redd Kross KICKS ASS. And you're right about the Long Ryders - I'd kill for a CD reissue of State Of Our Union. Hope you've saved room for Jet Black Berries and early Bangles on volume 2.
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Sean Lally
Date: 3/13/2002
I don't have anything by the Jet Black Berries, but stuff from the first Bangles ep will be on volume 2.
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CASETTA
Date: 3/13/2002
Great mix. I was quite "involved" with that whole scene. Memories of hanging out at "The Dive" in NYC. The Kinks-ish Leopards song is quite fitting. I still have a those paisley shits and three pairs of "Beatle Boots". I still sport this fashion on occasion. My girlfriend during this "era" was quite the fetching hypster mod. She left me for some obnoxious lead singer in a retro-garage band.
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Sean Lally
Date: 3/13/2002
Could be worse... my girlfriend during this period left me for God! And she took my guitar with her. I really love that Leopards song, and the album they put out at the same time. Very Kinks-y.
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Rob Conroy
Date: 3/13/2002
Great stuff, Sean. I'll more than happily do a mailbox trade with you tonight...
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CASETTA
Date: 3/13/2002
The Jet Black Berries were a Rochester, NY band that issued 3 records on the Enigma/Pink Dust label. Worth seeking out is the previous incarnation of the group..New Math.
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lo-fi jr.
Date: 3/13/2002
Jaw droppingly great, Sean. Probably like Tom, each song sparks a different memorie. That Vertabrats tune is probably my absolute fave of that era. She Turns to Flowers is pretty amazing also.
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dawn12
Date: 3/13/2002
wow this makes me so happy! the three o'clock, the long ryders, the pandoras & redd kross. it also reminds me of places like the concert factory, safari sam's, the golden bear and so many other places that would take pity on and let in underage freaks such as myself!
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jerk
Date: 3/13/2002
The Cynics made my ears bleed once. They played with this equally loud group called The Heretics. I had some record of them called Blue Train Station (I think). CASETTA, what band's singer did your ex leave you for? Anyone we know?
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Moe
Date: 3/13/2002
Dyno-o-mite work Sean. I just bought that Salvation Army compilation today as a matter of fact. Looking forward to volume two! So there!
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SueEW
Date: 3/14/2002
Well done, sean.
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CASETTA
Date: 3/14/2002
To the inquiring mind:

The band isn't on this mix. I liked the band, I have recording by them, you might too, who cares. I don't want to get into some Nick Hornby like retrospective of my "dating" history. I will save it for some mix.
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Sean Lally
Date: 3/14/2002
Hey, that's a great idea for a truly self-centered mix: a dating-history mix. I'm sure it's been done many times before, but I actually never thought of it previously. Sounds like something my wife would divorce me over :-)
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CASETTA
Date: 3/14/2002
My wife wouldn't divorce me over such a thing. She actually would get a twsited kick out of it. Must log concept for future mix. This could be scary.
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Sean Lally
Date: 3/14/2002
I can see it now - the mix might have subsections with "songs/bands she hated", "songs/bands she loved", and "songs that summed up the whole experience.
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Sean Lally
Date: 3/14/2002
Regarding the Cynics "ear bleed" comment. They were easily the loudest band I have ever seen. Oppressively loud. Wall of sound loud. Total rock experience loud.
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teapin
Date: 3/14/2002
woah. great stuff, sean.
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Martin Andersen
Date: 3/14/2002
This looks great.
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boganlux
Date: 3/14/2002
lots of bands i've never heard of, or bands i've just heard of. which of course is what listening to mix tapes is supposed to be about. check out my stuff.
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buglady
Date: 4/12/2002
Oh yeah, the Paisley Underground... this is a mix I would be interested in hearing. =)
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JD123
Date: 9/8/2002
Excellent mix! I wasn't too familiar with a lot of these groups (as much of this stuff is out-of-print, if I'm not mistaken), so your mix was a great introduction. Thanks for the trade!
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boogichild
Date: 10/23/2002
I love the Three O'Clock! and you know my thing about The Last (who I didn't know their name till you told me - I wish you'd put that freeway song on a mix). You sir, have great taste in music! What beautiful mixes you make! I'd love a copy of this someday!
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kidunderwater1
Date: 3/2/2003
I'm I too late for this... I just wanted to say I love The Three O'Clock, The Rain Parade, The Dream Syndicate, and most of all, Opal. I must get some songs from the other artists you mentionned, thx a million (not dollars, I'm not a *censored* ATM... a million thoughts perhaps?). =)
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steelkillie
Date: 11/25/2004
Looks good

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