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Studio Banter - Primus - Groundhog Day - The 1989 Student Radio Broadcast (CD)

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  1. Primus:Groundhog's Day Lyrics. Edit. History Talk (0) Share. Groundhog's Day. This song is by Primus and appears on the album Frizzle Fry (). When I woke up this mornin' I felt a pang. I was hungerin' for some apple pie. Stumble in the bathroom, hung my hog a little bit.
  2. 4. Groundhog's Day 4 44 5. Too Many Puppies 3 54 6. Studio Banter 0 53 7. Tommy The Cat 5 20 8. Studio Banter 1 10 9. Frizzle Fry 5 50 The Heckler 3 30 Bob Studio Banter 0 51 Sgt. Baker 4 08 Harold of the Rocks 6 55 Break 0 29 Interview 4 34End date: Jun 11,
  3. Dec 04,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Primus - Groundhog's Day (Studio Version) YouTube; To Defy the Laws of Tradition - Duration: officialprimus 21, views.
  4. The music in Groundhog Day includes a lot of different songs like "I Got You Babe" and a really killer piano solo played by Phil Connors at the Groundhog Day petoboningguhartherstalviepresatrel.coinfo the general score to the movie follows a jaunty clarinet-based motif by composer George Fenton.. This music has a bouncy, almost polka-like feel to it, which makes sense when you think of how many towns in Pennsylvania were.
  5. Groundhog Day: The Student Radio Broadcast Live CD Zip City / ZCCD In Numbers: The Stanford University Broadcast 45 rpm, Abridged, Colored Vinyl, Gatefold, Live.
  6. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Groundhog Day - Primus on AllMusic -
  7. The recording featured on this CD is taken from the 3rd May '89 edition of Wednesday Night Live, a show presented by Ben D on Stanford University radio station KZSU, dedicated to showcasing local new talent. The show was also simulcast on XTV for the students' viewing pleasure.

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