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  1. " A spoken-word interlude explicitly mentions the Golden Gate Bridge and refers to "the city by the bay", a common moniker for Starship's hometown of San Francisco. Starship's predecessors, Jefferson Airplane and Jefferson Starship, were prominent members of San Francisco's psychedelic rock scene in the late s and into the s.
  2. Jan 22,  · Over the last couple of years, FILDAR has collected a dedicated fan base across the US and Europe with its aggressive, unapologetic punk music without even having released a full-length record. Mostly through word of mouth, music blogs, the band's own DIY mentality and of course the music -- quick-fired riffs, poppy hooks and raw lyrics that quite literally chronicle the day to day .
  3. Oct 16,  · Top-notch crime jazz(-funk). A shame that music as superb as this, with regard to composition and studio musicians, gets so little attention, let alone a .
  4. The type of music favored by San Francisco Hippies in the 's was called _____. Psychedelic music The experimentation and innovation of the late sixties were influenced by Beat writings of Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac, Gregory Corso and others.
  5. The itinerary includes headline shows, appearances at major music festivals, including Sonic Temple, Rocklahoma, Download festival in Tokyo, and the Beale Street Music Festival, as well as several.
  6. With their fractured songs, unexpected blasts of feedback, laconic vocals, cryptic literate lyrics, and defiant low-fidelity, Pavement were one of the most influential and distinctive bands to emerge from the American underground in the '90s. Pavement, along with Sebadoh, were the leaders of the lo-fi movement that dominated U.S. indie rock in the early '90s. Initially conceived as a studio.
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  8. This section presents the songs and artists who provided music for the opening montage following the opening credits throughout the series from Season 1 to Season 8. Listed are the songs performed at P3 as well as songs during montages in the show. The song featured in the opening sequence is How Soon Is Now? performed by Love Spit Love, originally performed by The Smiths. Songs are in order.

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