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Re: the halifax (Kiss) explosion of 1994
- Subject: Re: the halifax (Kiss) explosion of 1994
- From: Andrew Rodenhiser
- Date: Thu, 21 Jul 1994 14:52:09
Michael Ball <ballm\!/gov.on.ca> commented
}On Wed, 20 Jul 1994, Robert M Keefe wrote:
}> Speaking of class it seems strange that the thread on the Canadian
}> explosion was overtaken by a thread on the American band Kiss. Life is
Not strange when you know that Derek and I both are rabid Kiss fans, and
as Katrina pointed out, Sloan (and also TH and a few other local bands)
are quite Kiss-influenced. There was even a Kissmas Party last year at
the Deuce, very cool.
I prefer the old Kiss tribute album, but I haven't had much chance to play
the new one. After waiting through over a year of hype on the Kissarmy
list, and all the bands who wound up not playing on it (NIN being a big
loss) it was a disappointment to me.
}Hey, that almost sounds like a cool name for an article or compilation CD.
} 'The Halifax Explosion' rocks the country. Details on page 3.
Well, does anyone remember the name of that little underground pop
festival we had last year? :) The word has been bounced around in several
articles to describe our budding alternative scene and I'm pretty sure was
suggested as a title for what became the Cod Can't Hear cd. Please
correct me if I'm wrong. :)