A FAST 15 MINUTES: Power Pop

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A FAST 15 MINUTES: Power Pop

And here a pathway through power pop for when you have 15 minutes to spare. From the Searchers and the Ramones through an alphabet of Beatles, Badfinger, Big Star . . . Enjoy.

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David Geary - Aug 20, 2013

Thanks for The Vacuum cleaning. Makes me want to play Jesus and Mary Chain covering Surfin' USA - LOUD! And find some Ramones - Gabby Gabby Hey!

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