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The Hives - Oh Lord! When? How?

Just a quick one today, since I bought a few movies at lunch today, and would really like to watch them.

Yes, yes, America loves the Hives. Or, they used to, about 8 years ago. Man o' Maneschivitz, did we go full on ree-ree for the Hives when Veni Vidi Vicious came out! Those guys were fantastic. I must have sold 150 copies of the VVV & Barely Legal LPs on Gearhead that summer. Plus they played a $2 show in Towson that the entire Reptilian crew bumrushed. There's lots of shots of Danny, Nick & myself taking over the dancefloor & trying to ride the camera crane.

For collectors only, here's the Hives debut, Oh Lord! When? How? It's a fun little EP that came out on Burning Heart off-shoot Sidekicks Records all the back in '96. There's a fun pic on the insert of the Hives wearing sneakers and sweaters. No wonder this one didn't get reissued. It would totally clash with their image! How dare we remind them that they once didn't dress like Colonel Sanders!










The Hives - Oh Lord! When? How?
(click the record to DL)

RIYL: Umea, skateboards, demos your friends made when they were 15

Comments

cretin said…
i have that blade runner dvd too.
Ape Mummy said…
Yeah, totally a great find for $10.
buy viagra said…
I think you're being a little bit self important saying that you have sold 150 copies of the VVV & Barely Legal, I think you must say the truth, or being a bit humble.m10m

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