Die van Dozier-Holland-Dozier inderdaad. En ook actief geweest als artiest:quote:
quote:A Madison, WI, trio renowned for their brutal, distorted country blues sound and smirking anti-intellectual stance, formed in 1983 around vocalist/bassist Michael Gerald, guitarist Bill Hobson, and his drummer brother Dan. The group issued their debut LP, Intellectuals Are the Shoeshine Boys of the Ruling Elite, just a year later, quickly establishing both their menacing swamp rock sound as well as a lyrical outlook virulently attacking social and political malaise while celebrating life on the wrong side of the tracks.
Ween? "Dan" deed het voor me.quote:
SPOILEROm spoilers te kunnen lezen moet je zijn ingelogd. Je moet je daarvoor eerst gratis Registreren. Ook kun je spoilers niet lezen als je een ban hebt.Iemand anders mag een nieuwe verzinnen. Antwoord staat in de spoiler.I hate to advocate drugs, alcohol, violence, or insanity to anyone, but they've always worked for me.
Welk nummer van wie?quote:Won't you let me walk you home from school?
Won't you let me meet you at the pool?
Maybe Friday I can
Get tickets for the dance
And I'll take you, ooh ooh
Welk nummer van Wie?quote:The anthemic song is driven by a lumbering, arpeggiated guitar riff and aggressive, raspy vocals. The lyrics tell of the angst and of being "in the middle" between youth and adulthood. It began as an eight-minute jam that young Canadian producer Bob Ezr inpersuaded the band into tightening into a tight three-minute rocker.
The song was the band's breakthrough, and left a considerable influence on hard rock,punk, and heavy metal. Joey Ramone wrote his first song for the Ramones based on the chords to and John Lydon auditioned for the Sex Pistols by miming to the song. Bands such as thrash metalers Anthrax have covered the song, and Kiss settled out of court for plagiarism of the song over the 1998 track "Dreamin'".
quote:He had no money, oh
No good at home
He walked the streets a soldier
And he fought the world alone and now it's