The songs are about what you'd expect from the Woggles, with these recordings sounding like something you could have heard on any given night at the Star Bar over the past 20 years. That's not a bad thing by any means as the group has been a viable touring and recording act since 1989, making it not just a forerunner for local bands like the Subsonics, but also a peer of such international garage tastemakers as the A-Bones.
You will also be able to win the Dog Fish Head Turntable at Aisle 5!!**
"Vinyl and record stores were a big part of growing up for me." ________________________________________________ I…
Great list. I would add Amon Tobin's release. http://www.thevinylfactory.com/vinyl-facto…
Still not forgotten my bro!
They've never played Atlanta
Geez. Also, don't ever let Kel Sweeney have another dog! Talk about poor judgement.