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Steve Kowalski's Army

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Steve Kowalski's Army

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Location:Bloomington, Indiana
Categorized as:Alt-Rock
Total Request:39583 (37640 downloads, 1943 plays)
Total Request:39583 (37640 downloads, 1943 plays)
About:

Bloomington, 1980s-90s. Tom Shover (Guitar Vocals), Jake Smith (bass, vocals), Pat Spurgeon (Drums). Other bass players included Brent Olds, Pete Hoffs, Rob Rowe and others.


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With support from: Arts Council and the City of IndianapolisIndiana Arts CommissionNational Endowment for the Arts

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621 requests

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    Lookin Out For A New Tomorrow
     
     
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    Wait A Minute Now
     
     
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    Please
     
     
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    Time Is Ticking Away
     
     

 
 
3615 requests

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    1-Bitterman
     
     
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    2-Burned Bridges
     
     
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    3-Burned Bridges
     
     
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    4-Can't Find London
     
     
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    5-Center Of Her Attention
     
     
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    6-Do What I Like
     
     
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    7-Friction
     
     
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    8-Frustration
     
     
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    9-I'm Not Free But I'm Cheap
     
     
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    10-It'll End In Tears
     
     
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    11-It Girl
     
     
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    12-Little Gena Ann Deceiver
     
     
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    13-Live Alone and Like It
     
     
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    14-Livin At Night
     
     
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    15-Mr. Right
     
     
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    16-Oh No Oh Yeah
     
     
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    17-Perfect
     
     
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    18-Pull You Down- Hit City Version
     
     
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    19-What's Happening Intro-Pull You Down
     
     
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    20-Rock and Roll Love Letter
     
     
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    21-She's Lost Her Luster
     
     
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    22-The 60's
     
     
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    23-Gang Of Three
     
     
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    24-The Key- Hit City Version
     
     
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    25-The Key
     
     
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    26-We're News, You're History
     
     
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    27-What's Got You So Down
     
     

 
 
2872 requests

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    1 A New Tomorrow
     
     
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    2 A Step in The Wrong Direction
     
     
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    3 All Of Us
     
     
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    4 Do What I Like
     
     
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    5 Don't Tell Me
     
     
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    6 Everyday
     
     
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    7 Faith Healer
     
     
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    8 Gods Coming Back
     
     
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    9 Holy War
     
     
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    10 I Can't Take Life Seriously
     
     
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    11 It's Over
     
     
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    12 Lust, Disguised as Love
     
     
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    13 Maybe
     
     
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    14 Neighbors
     
     
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    15 Pull You Down
     
     
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    16 The Poor Get Prison
     
     
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    17 She's Lost Her Lustre
     
     
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    18 The 60's
     
     
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    19 The Haunting Voice
     
     
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    20 The Summer I Spent Wondering Why
     
     
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    21 Things We Don't Mean
     
     
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    22 Time is Tricking Away
     
     
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    23 Warsaw
     
     
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    24 What's Happening
     
     
 
 
  • I was at the Collins show in 1988 too. I've been in Santa Cruz/SF since leaving B-ton and never found a better music scene out here. SKA was one of the best.
    by Kendra on Nov 12, 2019
  • I can vouch for Jim's comment. I was at that performance as a sophomore in college, and it definitely left an impression.
    by Jay on Feb 05, 2014
  • Can't Find London. I did that recording.
    by Sean on Nov 14, 2011
  • I remember one of the first shows I saw in Bton in late 1988 was SKA in the Collins lunchroom. Loved every minute.
    by Jim on Apr 16, 2010
  • I moved to Bloomington in the fall of 1990 and SKA had already broken up, though everyone was still talking about them.
    by Marcus on Oct 02, 2009

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