Sean Lally

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Toxic Pop Syndrome v. 4 - Where Paisley meets nasally

Artist Song Buy
The Optic Nerve  Ain't that a man  buy on itunes
Otis Ball  Love you til I don't  buy on itunes
The Mosquitos  I know a secret  buy on itunes
The Bangles  The Real World  buy on itunes
Plasticland  Flower Scene  buy on itunes
Stiv Bators  Not that way anymore  buy on itunes
The Bangles  I'm in line  buy on itunes
The Chesterfield Kings  Stop!  buy on itunes
Rainy Day  John Riley  buy on itunes
Stiv Bators  The Last Year  buy on itunes
Jacobites  It'll all end up in tears  buy on itunes
The Chesterfield Kings  It's all right  buy on itunes
Yard Trauma  Tighten Up  buy on itunes
Let's Active  Every word means no  buy on itunes
The dB's  She's not worried  buy on itunes
The Bangles  Want you  buy on itunes
The Hoodoo Gurus  Like Wow  buy on itunes
The Impossible Years  Flower Girl  buy on itunes
The Lyres  She pays the rent  buy on itunes
The Smithereens  Crazy Mixed-up kid  buy on itunes
The Chesterfield Kings  I cannot find her  buy on itunes
Game Theory  Where you going northern  buy on itunes
Green on Red  No easy way out  buy on itunes
The Feelies  The High road  buy on itunes
The Electric Love Mufin  I should have  buy on itunes
The Seen  Under the sun  buy on itunes


Part two of the "60s in the 80s" series. Branching out a bit more with this volume to include some other poppy tuneful artists. And I make no apologies for including all of side 1 from the first Bangles ep - totally boss record. Truth be told, I like any musician who sounds like they have a great record collection. Always remember and never forget - originality is way overrated in rock n roll.


Date: 3/17/2002
Great series thus far, but I think this volume deserves special praise for the name alone.
Date: 3/17/2002
Another swell edition evoking more recollections. Hey, some of these folks slept on my floor!(or did I sleep on theirs. I think it was both.
Date: 3/17/2002
This is one fine mix.
Date: 3/18/2002
great title. one of my earlier memories is off my brother studying to the hoodoo gurus...hmm. the alive!! great mix.
Date: 3/18/2002
a great mix again, Sean. Another one to throw on the "I want this" pile
Rob Conroy
Date: 3/18/2002
Cool stuff, Sean. I'll be more specific when I actually make my way through the whole thing. :-)
Date: 3/18/2002
Excellent as usual, Sean. Does anyone want to tackle a 70s in the 90s mix?
Date: 3/18/2002
damn, sean! great stuff.
Sean Lally
Date: 3/19/2002
70s in the 90s? Hmmmmmm, I'm not sure if that's a really good thing. It seems like the bands doing 70s stuff in the 90s were concentrating on the sludgey not-so-tuneful music. I mean, Alice in Chains never did a Bo Donaldson cover.... Of course, there was a spate of bands doing Cheap Trick influence stuff, and that's a good thing. This reminds me - I've been meaning to do an AM 70s pop comp.
Date: 4/12/2002
Wowee! Let's Active, The dB's, The Lyres, Smithereens, Game Theory, Feelies-- some truy terrific bands on here, and some I've never heard before. Based on what I've seen of your taste in music, I'd probably love them all!
Date: 6/7/2002
I would totally love a copy of this and part one...any chance of a trade?
Date: 11/17/2002
yeah this looks cool
Adam Bristor
Date: 1/23/2004
Oh man. I'm listening to "Stands for Decibels" now, which prompts this comment, but this whole thing is utterly phenomenal. Green on Red is a great, great band too. But, seriously, why are the dB's not regarded as one of the greats? Man, I just love those first two albums.

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