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- Dramarama - Cinéma Vérité (CD Saturday 6 June Sunday 7 June Monday 8 June Tuesday 9 June All songs written by John Easdaleexcept where noted. Side one. The California rockers Something Corporate have performed it live, although Album) have never released it on a studio recording. Recently, [ when? A coverversion of the song performed by Buckcherry is used in the credits for the film Road Trip. Dramarama's original version of "Anything, Anything I'll Give You " was also used in the New Line Cinema film A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master although it is not available on the soundtrack, but was issued as a 7-inch single promoting its appearance in the film.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The topic of this article may not meet Wikipedia's notability guideline for music. I think that cemented it for me as to what was the coolest thing in the world. That and some band that played on the block party at my house. Regardless if it was going to be financially or commercially acceptable, it was what I did. Did your mother write this? It freaked me out, but I wanted to do it.
I was scared shitless. My sister was mouthing the words to me, and I remember some lady laughing hysterically. I managed to get through the song, so I guess it was an accomplishment at that young of an age, a milestone. I took lessons for a couple of years, and then I was in jazz band in junior high. Then I started writing songs. Air blew through it and it was cool.
Chris Carter: A ll the rock stars we liked — Jagger, Bowie, and The Beatles — they came from very strict parents, and they came from a very tough time in England, Album).
So they knew the rough side of life, and they kind of appreciated their fame a little bit more than, say, the stars of today, who last about an hour and a half before they burn out.
They grew up in a different era, so they perceive their fame differently. We grew up with those guys kind of as role models. So, we only liked great music; we would never listen to a shitty band. We only listened to great stuff or what we thought was great anyway. I kind of got involved in that more Album) a lot of the musicians I was playing with at that time were listening to heavy types of music: Hot Tuna, Kinks, Jefferson Airplane, and all that stuff.
This is terrible stuff. So was John. We were highly educated musically at a young age. It was a toy, the body was made out of metal, but it was pretty cool regardless. We went to the same grade school and the same high school. John played football, so a lot of the guys that I knew in my grade knew John from football, so he was okay. Chris was co-owner with Tom Mullaney, who I had known since I was little. Chris Carter: I was going to college Album) business management, and I had the opportunity to actually manage a business.
Looking back, I probably should have taken the course, but we did okay. It was an old head shop, and Tom, who ended up playing keyboards for Dramarama mid-period, was like my best friend.
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