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It's a solo acoustic guitar song that mentions the song "Death Valley Rain" which as far as I know is the song released in by Steve Wynn.
Don't you know what is good for you Can be good for me too? I now have evidence to the contrary. Holiday in Spain. Cheech is from southern California. This is from Blake's first album "Perry Blake" released in This song is a parody of the Bruce Springsteen song "Born in the U.
Los Angeles, I'm Yours.
This is a great indie hard rocker from Black Francis of the Pixies about several Los Angeleses - one in So Cal, one in Chile, one in the future , and one in old movies. Maybe back in 75 was the cruising speed, but 85 is more like it these days, and that's in the slow lane Or do you need a gram of coke?
Silversun Pickups Carnavas Fuzzier than your favorite stuffed animal, Silversun Pickups play spacey alt-rock stained with shoegaze and a modern indie-rock aesthetic. Along with the awful cloying melody, too. This song is from their self-titled album, released in