Category Archives: Blast From the Past

Late 1970s to Early 1980s

These 3 songs were all released in the late 1970s to early 1980s:

“Shayla” by Blondie:

“Do You Wanna Dance” (Cover) by The Ramones:

“The Boys Of Summer” (Remix) by DJ Sammy — (this remix was released later, in 2002):

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Faceculture

Blast from the past:

A video from Faceculture of Jenny Lewis playing “Rise Up With Fists” acoustically in the Netherlands in 2005 —

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“Uncrushworthy”

“Uncrushworthy” typifies the early ’90s Pacific Northwest music scene. The band, confusingly called Courtney Love, consisted of Lois Maffeo and Pat Maley:

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“Marching Bands of Manhattan”

“Marching Bands of Manhattan” by Death Cab For Cutie:

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Golden Smog

Golden Smog was a band formed in 1989 made up of members of Soul Asylum, The Jayhawks, Big Star, and The Replacements.

“Cure For This”

“To Call My Own”

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that dog.

that dog. was a band from LA that formed in 1991. They disbanded in 1997 and reunited in 2011.

“Never Say Never” and “Minneapolis” are two of the band’s best songs:

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