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Location:Bloomington, Indiana
Year(s):1994 - 1995
Total Request:21507 (21233 downloads, 274 plays)
Total Request:21507 (21233 downloads, 274 plays)
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Bloomington 1994-5. Josh Seib- bass and vocals. Finn Swingley- guitar and vocals. Pete Schreiner- drums.


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I discovered a cassette mix that I had that Josh and I had remixed some time ago, that miraculously remained in fairly good shape.   I believe these are slightly different mixes than the ones listed here as "cassette album", which actually was a mix that Josh and I made directly to CD.   There are a few additional songs here too, and  I believe this represents pretty much all of our recorded songs.  

The band consisted of Josh Seib, Finn Swingley and Pete Schreiner.   We were together for just about 1 year and recorded a lot of songs in the basement of the house Josh and I shared at Harold and Alice in Bloomington, IN.   Much of this was recorded over spring break in April 1995.  

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    The Lotus Eaters
     
     
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    Thursday Night
     
     
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    Accident
     
     
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    Pete Verlaine
     
     
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    So Fine
     
     
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    Well Can You Come Over
     
     
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    Keeper
     
     
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    Eyes On You
     
     
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    5/4 Song
     
     
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    Protest Song
     
     
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    When We Were Young
     
     
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    Miss Opportunity
     
     
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    Willing To
     
     
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    Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah
     
     
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    To The Moon
     
     
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    Torch Song
     
     
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    Green Eggs & Ham (bonus track)
     
     
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    Got A Man (bonus track)
     
     
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    Junior (bonus track)
     
     
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    Good Times Roll (bonus track)
     
     

 
 
1380 requests

 1995

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    1- The Lotus Eaters mix 1
     
     
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    2- Thursday Night
     
     
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    3- When We Were Young
     
     
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    4- So Fine
     
     
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    5- Pete Verlaine
     
     
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    6- Accident
     
     
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    7- Well Can You Come Over
     
     
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    8- 5 4 Song
     
     
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    9- Keeper
     
     
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    10- Protest Song
     
     
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    11- Torch Song
     
     
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    12- To The Moon
     
     
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    13- Junior
     
     
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    14- The Lotus Eaters mix 2
     
     
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    17- Got A Man
     
     
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    16- Green Eggs and Ham
     
     
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    15- Eyes On You
     
     
 
 

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