Sunday, April 8, 2012

 

This Week's Birthdays (April 8 - 14)

Happy Birthday this week to:

Apr 08
1929 ● Jacques Brel → Internationally acclaimed Belgian singer and songwriter whose compositions have been interpreted by Marc Almond, David Bowie, Ray Charles, Judy Collins, The Kingston Trio, Frank Sinatra, Nina Simone, sold over 25 million records worldwide, all in French, died of cancer 10/9/1978
1941 ● J.J. Jackson (Jerome Louis Jackson) → R&B/soul singer and organist, "But It's Alright" (#22, R&B #4, 1966)
1942 ● Roger "Chappo" Chapman → Co-frontman and lead vocals for Brit art/blues-rock Family, then hard blues-rock Streetwalkers, now solo
1947 ● Steve Howe → Lead guitarist in archetypal, pioneer progressive rock band Yes, "Roundabout" (#13, 1971) and "Owner Of A Lonely Heart" (#1, 1983), then pop-rock Asia, "Heat Of The Moment" (#4, 1982), also Bodast, GTR, the Syndicats and Tomorrow
1956 ● Justin Sullivan → Frontman, guitarist and lyricist for post-punk/alt rock New Model Army, "No Rest" (UK #28, 1985)
1962 ● Adam Mole → Keyboards for "grebo" dance-rock Pop Will Eat Itself, "X, Y & Zee" (Modern Rock #11, 1991)
1962 ● Izzy Stradlin (Jeffrey Isbell) → Guitarist for hard rock Guns N' Roses, "Sweet Child O' Mine" (#1, 1988), also fronted the Ju Ju Hounds
1962 ● Jem Kelly → Guitars for New Wave/New Romantic pop-rock The Lotus Eaters, "The First Picture Of You" (UK #15, 1983)
1963 ● Donita Sparks → Co-founder, guitar and vocals for all-girl post-punk/grunge band L7, "Pretend We’re Dead" (Alt Rock #8, 1992)
1963 ● Julian Lennon → Guitarist and singer/songwriter, pop-rock "Too Late For Goodbyes" (#11, 1984), son of John and only child of his first wife Cynthia
1964 ● Biz Markie (Marcel Theo Hall) → Freestyle rhymer/rapper, "Just A Friend" (#9, Rap #5, 1989)
1971 ● Darren Jessee → Drummer for piano-based indie pop-rock Ben Folds Five, "Brick" (Modern Rock #6, 1998)
1972 ● Paul "The Pig" Gray → Founding member, bassist and songwriter for Grammy-winning alt metal/rap-metal Slipknot, "Duality" (Mainstream Rock #5, 2004), died from an accidental drug overdose on 5/24/2010
1975 ● Anouk Teeuwe → Dutch pop-rock singer, "Nobody's Wife" (1997)
1984 ● Ezra Koenig → Lead singer and rhythm guitar for indie Afro-pop/rock Vampire Weekend, "Cousins" (Alt Rock #18, 2009)

Apr 09
1932 ● Carl Perkins → The "King of Rockabilly," singer, songwriter and guitarist, , "Blue Suede Shoes" (#2, 1955), died 1/19/1998 from throat cancer
1938 ● "Rockin' Sidney" Simien → Grammy-winning Cajun/swamp blues and zydeco singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, one hit wonder crossover phenomenon "My Toot Toot" (Country #19, 1985), zydeco's first international hit, died of throat cancer on 2/25/1998
1943 ● Terry Knight (Richard Terrance Knapp) → Producer, promote, radio DJ and later manager for hard rock/early heavy metal power trio Grand Funk Railroad, "We're An American Band" (#1, 1973) and Bloodrock, "D.O.A." (#76, 1978), died 11/1/2004
1944 ● Emil Stucchio → Vocals for white harmony group The Classics, "Till Then" (#20, Adult Contemporary #7, 1963)
1944 ● Gene Parsons → Drummer for seminal folk-country-rock The Byrds, "Mr. Tambourine Man" (#1, 1965), then country-rock Flying Burrito Brothers, solo
1946 ● Les Gray → Vocals for Brit "good time" glam-rock 'n' roll Mud, "Tiger Feet" (UK #1, 1974), died from throat cancer 2/21/2004
1948 ● David Allen "Chico" Ryan → Vocals for rock 'n roll revival "greaser" group Sha Na Na
1948 ● Phillip Wright → Drummer and lead vocals for pop/rock one hit wonder Paper Lace, "The Night Chicago Died" (#1, 1974), a second single "Billy, Don't Be A Hero" (#96, UK #1, 1974) qualifies them as a two hit wonder in the UK
1961 ● Mark Kelly → Keyboards for Brit prog-rock revival group Marillion, "Kayleigh" (Mainstream Rock #14, 1985)
1969 ● Kevin Martin → Lead vocals for grunge-rock Candlebox, "Far Behind" (#18, 1994)
1977 ● Gerard Way → Vocals for 00s alt rock/emo band My Chemical Romance, "Welcome To The Black Parade" (#9, 2006)
1978 ● Rachel Stevens → Vocals for pre-fab teen pop S Club 7, "Never Had A Dream Come True" (#10, 2001)
1980 ● Albert L. Hammond, Jr. → Guitarist for early 00s garage rock revival The Strokes, "Juicebox" (Modern Rock #9, 2005)
1987 ● Jesse McCartney → Teen TV actor (All My Children), then dance-pop boy band Dream Street, solo, "Beautiful Soul" (#16, 2006)

Apr 10
1921 ● Shelby F. "Sheb" Wooley → Country music singer with eight Country Top 40 hits and the novelty-pop hit "The Purple People Eater" (#1, 1958), TV actor (played Pete Nolan in the TV series Rawhide), died of leukemia on 9/16/2003
1932 ● Nathaniel "Nate" Nelson → Tenor for sophisticated group harmony R&B/doo wop The Flamingos, "I Only Have Eyes For You", (#11, R&B #3, 1959), died on 6/1/1984
1936 ● Bobbie Smith → Principal lead vocals for Motown R&B/soul The Spinners, "Then Came You" (#1, 1974), plus eleven other Top 20 hits
1940 ● Ricky Valance (David Spencer) → Welsh singer, covered "Tell Laura I Love Her" (UK #1, 1960), becoming the first UK #1 by an artist from Wales
1947 ● Bunny Wailer (aka Bunny Livingston, born Neville O'Reilly Livingston) → Reggae/ska percussionist and singer/songwriter, original member of The Wailers with Bob Marley and Peter Tosh, Grammy-winning solo career, named by Newsweek magazine as one of the three most important figures in world music
1947 ● Burke Shelley → Bass guitar and vocals for early and influential Welsh heavy metal band Budgie, "Nude Disintegrating Parachutist Woman" (1971)
1947 ● Karl Russell → Vocals for R&B/soul-disco The Hues Corporation, "Rock The Boat" (#1, 1974), one of the earliest disco hits
1948 ● Fred Smith → Original bassist for New Wave pop-rock Blondie, "Heart Of Glass" (#1, 1979), left in 1975 to replace Richard Hell in punk-rock Television, rejoining Blondie in 1978
1950 ● Eddie Hazel → Lead guitarist for R&B/soul-funk ("P-Funk") Parliament-Funkadelic, "One Nation Under A Groove" (#31, 1978), his solo is the funk-metal guitar classic on "Maggot Brain" (1971), died of liver failure on 12/23/1992
1950 ● Ernest Stewart → Rhythm guitar for R&B/soul-disco-funk kings KC & The Sunshine Band, "That's The Way (I Like It)" (#1, 1975) and five other #1 hits, died on 4/26/1977
1953 ● Terre Roche → Singer/songwriter in critically-acclaimed but commercially-marginal female folk-pop harmony vocal sister trio The Roches, backed Paul Simon, solo
1957 ● Steve Gustafson → Bassist for folk-pop 10,000 Maniacs, "These Are Days" (Alt-Rock #1, 1992)
1959 ● Babyface (Kenneth Brian Edmonds) → → Urban contemporary R&B singer/songwriter, "When Can I See You" (#4, 1994), writer and producer for Toni Braxton, Bobby Brown, Boyz II Men, Whitney Houston, TLC and others
1959 ● Brian Setzer → Founder and frontman for rockabilly revival The Stray Cats, "Stray Cat Strut" (#9, 1983), then leader of pop-swing revival Brian Setzer Orchestra, "Jump Jive An' Wail" (Adult Top 40 #14, 1998)
1959 ● Katrina Leskanish → Lead vocals for New Wave pop-rock Katrina And The Waves, "Walking On Sunshine" (#9, 1985) and the Eurovision 1997 contest winner "Love Shine A Light" (UK #3, 1997)
1963 ● Mark Oliver Everett → Guitarist and lead singer for L.A. indie rock Eels, "Novocaine For The Soul" (Modern Rock #1, 1997)
1963 ● Warren "Torch" DeMartini → Lead guitarist for hard rock/glam and hair metal Ratt, "Round And Round" (#12, 1984)
1964 ● Alan "Reni" Wren → Drummer for Brit guitar pop-rock The Stone Roses, "She Bangs The Drums" (Alt Rock #9, 1989)
1968 ● Kenediid Osman → Bassist for Britpop Sleeper, "Sale Of The Century" (UK #10, 1996)
1970 ● Kenny Lattimore → R&B singer, "For You" (#33, 1997)
1970 ● Mike Mushok → Guitarist for post-grunge/alt metal Staind, "It's Been A While" (Mainstream Rock #1, 2001)
1970 ● Q-Tip (Jonathan Davis, aka Kamaal Ibn John Fareed) → MC in artistic hip hop jazz-rap fusion trio A Tribe Called Quest, "Check The Rhime" (Rap #1, 1991), then Grammy-winning solo career, "Vivrant Thins" (#26, Rap #10, 1999), producer and actor
1975 ● Chris Carrabba → Frontman, lead singer and guitarist for alt rock/emo band Dashboard Confessional, "Stolen" (#44, 2007)
1979 ● Sophie Ellis Bextor → Lead singer for indie-rock Brit-pop Theaudience, then solo, "Murder On The Dancefloor" (UK #2, 2001)
1980 ● Bryce Soderberg → Bassist and vocals for post-grunge pop-rock Lifehouse, "Hanging On A Moment" (Billboard Song of the Year 2001) and "You And Me" (#5, 2005)
1981 ● Elizabeth Margaret "Liz" McClarnon → Vocals for Brit dance-pop vocal trio Atomic Kitten, "Whole Again" (UK #1, 2000)
1984 ● Mandy Moore → Teen idol pop singer, "I Wanna Be With You" (#24, Top 40 #11, 2000) turned film actress (A Walk To Remember, 2002) and Adult Contemporary singer/songwriter

Apr 11
1935 ● Richard Berry → R&B/ballad and novelty singer/songwriter and backing vocalist, wrote and recorded "Louie Louie" in 1956 (became a #2 hit and subsequent garage rock classic for The Kingsmen in 1962), died 1/23/1997 from heart failure
1943 ● Tony Victor → Vocals for white harmony group The Classics, "Till Then" (#20, Adult Contemporary #7, 1963)
1946 ● "Whispering" Bob Harris → Iconic BBC Radio 2 DJ and TV host, including the long running contemporary music show The Old Grey Whistle Test and current twice-weekly rock music program
1950 ● Tom Hill → Bassist for Brit hard rock/glam-rock Geordie, "All Because Of You" (UK #6, 1973)
1956 ● Neville Staples → Vocals for 2 Tone, multiracial ska band The Specials, "Ghost Town" (#1, 1981), left to form New Wave pop Fun Boy 3, "Really Saying Something" (Club #16, UK #5, 1982), frontman for The Neville Staple Band
1958 ● Stuart Adamson → Guitar and vocals for Scottish art-punk-rock The Skids, "Into The Valley" (UK #10, 1979), then for art-folk-rock Big Country, "In A Big Country" (Mainstream Rock #3, 1983)
1961 ● Doug Hopkins → Co-founder, lead guitarist and chief songwriter for power-pop Gin Blossoms, "Found Out About You" (Modern Rock #1, 1994), committed suicide on 12/5/1993
1965 ● Nigel Pulsford → Founding member and original lead guitarist for alt-rock Bush, "Glycerine" (Mainstream #4, 1995), left in 2002 to spend time with his family
1966 ● Lisa Stansfield → English singer/songwriter, first as lead vocals for pop-rock Blue Zone UK, "Jackie" (#54, Dance/Club #37, 1988), then solo "All Around The World" (#3, 1989)
1969 ● Cerys Elizabeth Philip Matthews → Vocals for Welsh indie-alt-rock Catatonia, "Mulder And Scully" (UK #3, 1998)
1970 ● Delroy Pearson → Vocals for Brit family R&B/dance-pop quintet 5 Star, "Can't Wait Another Minute" (#41, Dance/Club #7, 1986) and fifteen Top 40 singles in native England
1970 ● Dylan Keefe → Bass and vocals for post-grunge/indie rock Marcy Playground, "Sex And Candy" (Mainstream Rock #4, 1997)
1971 ● Oliver "Ollie" Riedel → Bassist for heavy metal/industrial Kraut rock Rammstein, "Sehnsucht" (Mainstream Rock #20, 1998)
1978 ● Tom Thacker → Guitar and vocals for Canadian indie punk-pop Sum 41, "We're All To Blame" (Mainstream Rock #36, 2004)
1979 ● Chris Gaylor → Drums and percussion for alt rock/power pop The All-American Rejects, "Swing, Swing" (Modern Rock #8, 2003)
1987 ● Joss Stone (Jocelyn Eve Stoker) → Blue-eyed Brit R&B/neo-soul singer, released first album at age 16, first hit at 17, "Fell In Love With A Boy" (UK#18, 2004), Grammy-winner in 2007 with John Legend and Van Hunt for cover of Sly & The Family Stone's "Family Affair"

Apr 12
1925 ● Prentiss Barnes → Bass vocals and founding member of important 50s R&B/doo wop The Moonglows, "Sincerely" (R&B #1, 1955)
1930 ● Carole Lindsay Young → Vocals for English pop trio The Kaye Sisters, "Ivory Tower" (UK #20, 1956), died 8/20/2006
1933 ● Tiny Tim (Herbert Khaury) → Warbling singer and ukulele strumming novelty act, "Tiptoe Through The Tulips" (#17, 1968), married Victoria Mae "Miss Vicki" Budinger on Johnny Carson's The Tonight Show on 1217/1969, died of a heart attack on stage on 11/30/1996
1940 ● Herbie Hancock → Renowned jazz fusion keyboardist with Miles Davis and Chick Corea, solo "Chameleon" (1973), composed film soundtracks
1944 ● John Kay (Joachim Krauledat) → Guitar, vocals and songwriting for Canadian-American hard rock, proto-metal Steppenwolf, "Born To Be Wild" (#2, 1968)
1948 ● Sandra Delores "Lois" Reeves → Joined sister Martha's Motown R&B/soul-pop group Martha Reeves & The Vandellas in 1967 to replace Betty Kelly, "Jimmy Mack" (#11, R&B #1, 1967)
1949 ● Donald Ray Mitchell → Vocals for eclectic R&B and rock fusion Was (Not Was), "Walk The Dinosaur" (#7, 1989)
1950 ● David Cassidy → TV/screen actor and singer, played the teen idol oldest son (with real-life stepmother Shirley Jones) in the pre-fab TV show sunshine pop group The Partridge Family, "I Think I Love You" (#1, 1970), solo "How Can I Be Sure" (1972)
1951 ● Alexander Briley → Vocals (and the Army G. I. character) for R&B/disco Village People, "Y.M.C.A." (#2, 1978)
1954 ● Pat Travers → Canadian bluesy hard rock guitarist, singer and bandleader for the Pat Travers Band, "New Age Music" (Mainstream Rock #33, 1981) and solo
1956 ● Herbert Grönemeyer → German film actor (Das Boot, 1981) and film score composer, now successful pop-rocker, "Mensch" (German #1, 2002)
1957 ● Vince Gill → Neo-traditionalist country-pop singer/songwriting and guitarist, fronted light country-rock Pure Prairie League, "Amie" (#27, 1973), then successful solo career with 17 Country Music Awards and 14 Grammys, married to singer Amy Grant
1958 ● Will Sergeant → Guitarist for gloomy post-punk psych-rock Echo & The Bunnymen, "Enlighten Me" (Modern Rock #8, 1990)
1962 ● Art Alexakis → Frontman, guitars, lead vocals and principal songwriter for Northwest post-grunge/punk Everclear, "Wonderful" (#11, Alt Rock #3, 2000)
1964 ● Amy Ray → Guitar and vocals in indie-folk-pop duo Indigo Girls, "Closer To Fine" (#52, Modern Rock #26, 1989)
1965 ● Sean Welch → Bassist for Brit alt pop-rock The Beautiful South, "A Little Time" (UK #1, 1990)
1967 ● Mellow Man Ace (Ulpiano Sergio Reyes) → Cuban-born rapper and house music singer, "Mentirosa" (#14, 1990), brother of Sen Dog
1967 ● Sarah Cracknell → Frontwoman and lead vocals for indie dance-pop Saint Etienne, "Nothing Can Stop Us" (Dance/Club #1, 1992)
1970 ● Nicholas Lofton Hexum → Vocals and rhythm guitar for alt-rock reggae-rap-metal 311, "All Mixed Up" (Modern Rock #4, 1996)
1978 ● Guy Berryman → Bassist and backing vocals for Brit-pop/anthem rock Coldplay, "Speed Of Sound" (#8, 2005)
1980 ● Bryan McFadden → Vocals for Irish pop boy band Westlife, "Swear It Again" (#20, 2000) and 17 UK Top 10 hits, now solo and judge on Australia's Got Talent TV show
1987 ● Brendon Urie → Lead singer, guitar and piano for emo-pop Panic! At The Disco, "I Write Sins Not Tragedies" (#7, 2006)

Apr 13
1934 ● Horace Kay → Vocals for R&B/soul The Tams, "What Kind Of Fool (Do You Think I Am)" (#9, 1963)
1936 ● Richard Timothy "Rashad" Feild → Vocals and guitar with Dusty Springfield and her brother in light folk-pop trio The Springfields, "Silver Threads And Golden Needles" (#20, 1962), now Sufi mystic and spiritual teacher
1940 ● Lester Chambers → Lead vocals, harmonica and percussion for bi-racial psychedelic soul-rock The Chambers Brothers, "Time Has Come Today" (#11, 1968)
1942 ● Bill Conti → Prolific film and TV score composer, best known for the Rocky movie series, wrote and directed "Gonna Fly Now" (#1, 1977), theme song from Rocky, orchestra conductor for the Academy Awards
1944 ● Brian Pendleton → Raunchy R&B/blues-rock British Invasion band The Pretty Things, "Don't Bring Me Down" (UK #10, 1964), died of cancer on 5/15/2001
1944 ● John William "Jack" Casady → Bassist for 60s psych-rock Jefferson Airplane, "Somebody To Love" (#5, 1967), then folk-rock Hot Tuna
1945 ● Lowell George → Singer/songwriter and guitarist, frontman for Southern-fried blues-boogie rock Little Feat, "Dixie Chicken" (1973), solo, died of an accidental drug overdose on 6/29/1979
1946 ● Al Green (Albert Greene) → Southern R&B and gospel singer, "Let's Stay Together" (#1, 1972), #65 on Rolling Stone magazine's 100 Greatest Artists of All Time
1946 ● Roy Loney → Founding member, wild frontman and lead vocals for eclectic rock 'n' roll/proto-punk cult band The Flamin' Groovies, left for mostly quiet solo career in 1971
1948 ● Piet Sweval → Co-founder and bassist for one hit wonder pop-rock Looking Glass, "Brandy (You're A Fine Girl)" (#1, 1972)
1951 ● Max Weinberg → Drummer for Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band, frontman for Max Weinberg 7 (house band for TV's Late Night with Conan O'Brien), author of 1991 book The Big Beat: Conversations with Rock's Greatest Drummers
1951 ● Robert Peabo Bryson → R&B/smooth soul vocalist, duet with Roberta Flack "Tonight I Celebrate My Love" (1983) plus solo, "If Ever You're In My Arms Again" (#10, 1984)
1954 ● Jimmy Destri → Keyboards for New Wave pop-rock Blondie, "Heart Of Glass" (#1, 1979)
1955 ● Louis Johnson → Bass and vocals for R&B/soul-funk The Brothers Johnson, "Strawberry Letter 23" (#, R&B #1, 1977), played on Michael Jackson's Off the Wall, Thriller and Dangerous albums and issued a solo gospel LP
1957 ● Wayne Lewis → Lead singer and keyboards for 80s urban contemporary soul Atlantic Starr, "Always" (#1, 1987)
1961 ● Clarence Frederick "Butch" Taylor → Keyboards for pop-funk-rock jam band Dave Matthews Band, "Don't Drink The Water" (#4, 1998)
1962 ● Hillel Slovak → Guitarist for funk-rock Red Hot Chili Peppers, "Californication" (Modern Rock #1, 2000), died from a heroin overdose 6/27/1988
1966 ● Marc Ford → Lead guitarist for roots/raunch rock Black Crowes, "Hard To Handle" (Mainstream Rock #1, 1991), solo
1972 ● Aaron Lewis → Vocals for post-grunge/alt metal Staind, "It's Been A While" (Mainstream Rock #1, 2001)
1975 ● Lou Bega (David Lubega) → German-born, Italian and Ugandan-descended dance-pop Latino-tinged singer, "Mambo No. 5" (#3, 1999)
1979 ● Tony Lundon → Singer for teen dance-pop Liberty X, "Just A Little" (UK #1, 2002)

Apr 14
1935 ● Loretta Lynn (Webb) → Iconic country music star singer/songwriter, "Coal Miner's Daughter" (#83, Country #1, 1970), first female to be named Country Music Entertainer of the Year
1942 ● Tony Burrows → Session singer who, in the spring of 1970, set the record for the most UK Top 10 singles at one time, all with different groups: Edison Lighthouse "Love Grows (Where My Rosemary Goes)" (#5, UK #10, 1970), White Plains "My Baby Loves Lovin'" (#13, UK #9, 1970), The Pipkins "Gimme Dat Ding" (#9, UK #6, 1970) and the Brotherhood of Man "United We Stand" (#13, UK #10, 1970), also sang lead vocals for The Ivy League, "Tossing And Turning" (#83, UK #3, 1965), psych-pop one hit wonder The Flower Pot Men, "Let's Go To San Francisco" (UK #1, 1967), and pop-rock The First Class, "Beach Baby" (#4, UK #13, 1974)
1945 ● Ritchie Blackmore → Guitar and vocals for hard rock/prog rock Deep Purple, "Smoke On The Water" (#4, 1973), founded and fronted Rainbow, "Since You've Been Gone" (#57, 1979) and "Stone Cold" (Mainstream Rock #1, 1982), then Renaissance-folk-rock Blackmore's Night
1946 ● Patrick Fairley (Fairlie) → Founding member and rhythm guitar for Scottish pop-rock The Marmalade, "Reflections Of My Life" (#10, 1970)
1948 ● June Millington → Guitar and vocals for pioneering all girl rock group Fanny, "Butter Boy" (#29, 1975), early women-only rock band and first to sign with a major record label
1948 ● Larry Ferguson → Keyboardist for Brit interracial R&B/soul-disco-funk Hot Chocolate, "You Sexy Thing" (#3, 1976) and 27 other UK Top 40 hits, including one in every year from 1970 to 1984
1949 ● Dennis Byron → Welsh keyboardist with early prog rock septet Amen Corner, "(If Paradise Is) Half As Nice" (UK #1, 1969), worked with The Bee Gees during the 70s and '80s
1949 ● Sonja Kristina → Vocals for Brit prog/avant garde rock Curved Air, "Back Street Luv" (UK #4, 1974)
1962 ● Joey Pesce → Keyboardist for New Wave synth-pop-rock 'Til Tuesday, "Voices Carry" (#8, 1985)
1965 ● Carl Hunter → Bassist for Brit synth-pop The Farm, "Groovy Train" (#41, Dance/Club #4, 1991), film producer and academic media professor
1965 ● Sheila Chandra → Vocals for Brit prog rock trio Monsoon, "Ever So Lonely" (UK #12, 1982), then solo
1969 ● Martyn Le Noble → Dutch bassist and founding member of hard art-rock Porno For Pyros, "Pets" (Mainstream Rock #25, 1993), later worked with Jane's Addiction, The Cult, Scott Welland, Dave Navarro and others
1973 ● David Miller → Baritone for pre-fab Euro-pop vocal quartet Il Divo, "Unbreak My Heart" (Adult Contemporary #33, 2005)
1974 ● DaBrat (Shawta Harris) → Hard-edged MC/urban rapper, "Funkdafied" (#6, Rap #1, 1994), first female hip hop artist with a platinum selling record (Funkdafied, 1994)
1980 ● Win Butler → Lead vocalist and songwriter for alt/indie rock Arcade Fire, "Keep The Car Running" (Alt #32, 2007)

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