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Flyin' The Flannel

by fIREHOSE

Flyin' The Flannel by fIREHOSE

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Flyin' The Flannel

by fIREHOSE

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Label: Columbia
Feel the bass! Smell the flannel! Although the group's 1991 effort was its first for a major label, the album was still typical of the earnest yet cynical side of American underground indie rock. The lines between Mike Watt's fluid, punk-funk workouts and Ed Crawford's more recognizable basic songs are clear, and it's Watt who wins out.

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Feel the bass! Smell the flannel! Although the group's 1991 effort was its first for a major label, the album was still typical of the earnest yet cynical side of American underground indie rock. The lines between Mike Watt's fluid, punk-funk workouts and Ed Crawford's more recognizable basic songs are clear, and it's Watt who wins out.

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About This Album

Feel the bass! Smell the flannel! Although the group's 1991 effort was its first for a major label, the album was still typical of the earnest yet cynical side of American underground indie rock. The lines between Mike Watt's fluid, punk-funk workouts and Ed Crawford's more recognizable basic songs are clear, and it's Watt who wins out.