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Jack Drag

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Jack Move was the lo-fi alias of John Dragonetti, a Boston-based singer/songwriter who recorded his materials as a single performer but added bassist Joe Klompus and drummer Fred Elteringham towards the rates for live performances. Jack port Drag’s eponymous debut — a quirky collection which range from ethereal fantasy pop to Wall structure of Sound-inspired symphonies — made an appearance in 1996, accompanied by Unisex Headwave in 1997. A season afterwards the trio agreed upon to A&M, and released its main label debut, Dope Container, soon thereafter.

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Full Name Jack Drag
Music Songs We Could've Been Big, At the Symphony, I Could Be, Aviating, Dope Box, Psycho Clogs, An Evening at the Boston Music Awards, Future Is Now: Yesterday, 1000 Dancing People Sing With Sub-Machine Guns, Seem So Tired, Unisex Headwave, Smile on Fire, The Only, Only One - Parts 1 & 2, Where Are We, The Sun Inside, Stoned and Proud, Slow Poke Hippy Joke, FM Royalty, My Favorite Hole, Kung Fu Dub, Sinner's Delight, I Feel Really O.K., Surfin' the Charles, Space 67, Happy Songs of Lata, The Only, Only One, Pt. 1 & 2, I Could Never Let You Go, She Trips Me Out With the Pink Floyd, Bright Day, Gettin' High With Jesus, Distorto Toy-Drum Love, Tall Buildings, Her Voice Made the Angels in Hell Sing
Albums Soft Songs LP: Aviating, Dope Box, Jack Drag, Smile On Fire, Unisex Headwave, The Sun Inside


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TitleYearStatusCharacter
Weeds 2005 TV Series performer - 1 episode
Jawbreaker 1999 performer: "Where Are We"
Disturbing Behavior 1998 performer: "Psycho Clogs"

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