Wally Pleasant | Songs About Stuff

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Songs About Stuff

by Wally Pleasant

Debut Wally Pleasant Album!
Genre: Folk: Anti-Folk
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1. Small Time Drug Dealer
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2. Bad Haircut
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3. That's Evolution
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4. Ode to Detroit
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5. First Love
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6. Lost Weekend Las Vegas
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7. She's in Love With a Geek
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8. Cool Guy With a Car
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9. Psycho Roomate
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10. Hippies Lament
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11. (I Wanna Be a) Pop Star
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12. If I Were
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13. Restless College Years
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14. Dead Rock n Roll Stars
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Album Notes
Songs About Stuff hit the college airwaves in the summer of '92. At WMEB (UMaine student run station, I DJ there - ed.), it was the number one album for several weeks. His songs are mostly satirical in nature, often observing things that can be heartfelt to those of college age. On Songs About Stuff, Pleasant hit the mark more often than not. A quick peek at the song titles, along with the knowledge that Pleasant is spot-on with his observations on these subjects, will give you a good idea of what he's about. Imagine a relatively clean cut (assuming the album cover pictures are really Wally!), serious looking young man with a slightly whiny, reedy voice and a sparsely accompanied acoustic guitar. Yeah, that's Wally. He looks pretty harmless, but when you get close enough to him to hear his music, you'll either run away without looking back or proclaim him king of the asylum." - Michael Murphy, Audio Bits


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