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Will And The Bushmen:

Postby newwavepopman » Sat Apr 17, 2004 2:26 pm

Does anyone know whatever happened to these guys? They had this one great album and song that used to get some good airplay back in the old days on New York's fun loving radio station WLIR.A song called "Blow Me Up" which reminds me alot of early REM.It is too bad that this song really never went anywhere,except on WLIR.

The chorus of the song went like this.

She's better than,much better than Christmas ,better than Christmas.
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Postby romanticide » Thu May 13, 2004 1:15 pm

"Blow Me Up" was from the second (self-titled) album, brilliant from bow to stern, with "Book of Love", "Kimberly Stews", and "500 Miles". The third album, The Blunderbuss, was released circa 1990 and featured "DC to Moscow". The first album, Gawk, was
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Postby dogstar » Fri Oct 14, 2005 6:09 pm

[quote][i]Originally posted by romanticide[/i]
<br>"Blow Me Up" was from the second (self-titled) album, brilliant from bow to stern, with "Book of Love", "Kimberly Stews", and "500 Miles". The third album, The Blunderbuss, was released circa 1990 and f
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