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Jughead's Basement
Monthly examination of records that are important to me.
Category: Alternative
Location: Chicago, IL
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Every month, we will examine a different record that I find important to me, and also hear about why it's important to you.

by John "Jughe...
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October 26, 2012 03:01 PM PDT

In this months edition, John examines Screeching Weasel's My Brain Hurts.

Featuring pieces from Kevin Prested, Chris Fields, Andrea Manges, Tim Staffod, Massimiliano Giorgini, Jim Testa, Kyle Kinane, Dan Telfer, Robb Q. Telfer, and Kody Templeman.

Also featuring interviews with Dan Vapid, Dan Panic, and Larry Livermore.

In addition, for the rest of the month of October, you can get the digital version of John's book, The Last Temptation of Clarence Odbody, for free. Simply click the link below, and then write a review.


And don't forget to check out http://www.tuesdaynighthoot.com

September 28, 2012 05:00 PM PDT

Jughead's Basement

Episode 01: The Repo Man Soundtrack

With special guests: Molly Brennan, Graham Rae, Stephen Walker, Matt O'Neill, Mike Watt, Danny Thompson, Joe Spadaro, Gregory S. Allen, and Eric T Roth.

With music from both Repo Man soundtracks and other bands and people influenced by this 1980's gem.

If you'd like to send in your own thoughts, you can contact the show here;


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