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The Honeydogs


Another group to emerge from the ever-fertile Minneapolis music picture, the Honeydogs originally comprised singer/guitarist Adam Levy (formerly from the Picadors), his drummer sibling Noah (also an associate of Golden Smog) and bassist Trent Norton. The music group debuted having a 1995 self-titled work which launched their twangy garage-pop audio; following a addition of second guitarist Tommy Borscheid, the Honeydogs came back to the studio room to record their second work, 1996’s Everything, I Wager You. Upon putting your signature on towards the Mercury label’s Particles imprint, they resurfaced with 1997’s Seen a Ghost, their most achieved work up to now. Here’s Luck adopted in early 2001.

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Music Songs What Comes After, Aubben, 10,000 Years, Test Tube Kid, Your Blue Door, Those Things Are Hers, Sour Grapes, Losing Transmissions, Rumor Has It, Broke It, Buy It, Last War Lullaby, Always A Long Time, Poor Little Sugar, Cut Me Loose, Napoleon, Rattling My Tin Cup, Pins in Dolls, Panhandler's Serenade, The Firing Squad Reloads, Seen a Ghost, Devil We Do, Tar Baby Napalm, Don't Cut to the Chase, Ms. Ketchup and the Arsonist, Hearts & Heads, 23rd Chromosome, Ms. Anne Thrope, Were the Heavens Standing Blindly?, Lost Again, Better Word, Becky's Hand, Vermillion Billows, Blues for Castro
Albums Love & Cannibalism, Here's Luck, Everything, I Bet You, 10,000 Years, Island of Misfits, What Comes After, Amygdala, Seen a Ghost, The Honeydogs

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