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9 thoughts on “ Kiss The Bottle - Brendan Kelly (3) and Joe McMahon (2) - Wasted Potential (Vinyl, LP)

  1. In , Kelly released a split album with Joe McMahon of punk rock band Smoke or Fire, entitled Wasted Potential. Kelly's half of the split contained acoustic versions of Lawrence Arms songs (both his and McCaughan), as well as a cover of "Kiss the Bottle" by Jawbreaker.
  2. Title The kiss that made me cry Contributor Names Gottler, Archie -- Burns, Joe -- active (lyricist).
  3. In March , Kelly released a split along with Smoke or Fire frontman Joe McMahon entitled Wasted Potential. View wiki Brendan Kelly (born September 8, ) is the bassist and co-vocalist of Chicago punk band The Lawrence Arms, as .
  4. Anchorless Records and Red Scare team up to bring you a real nice (heh heh) pair: Brendan Kelly of The Lawrence Arms and Joe McMahon of Smoke Or Fire.! These two drunken louts have been cranking out punk hits for Fat Wreck Chords with their respective bands for years, and this unique release offers 14 stripped-down, acoustic versions of their /5(2).
  5. Mar 16,  · Check out Wasted Potential by Various artists on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on nolcisojequaremuhypjoymindnady.coinfo
  6. INFO: Brendan Kelly of The Lawrence Arms and Joe McMahon of Smoke Or Fire team up to offer 14 stripped-down, acoustic versions of their best songs. In addition to re-worked originals, "Wasted Potential" boasts Jawbreaker and Johnny Cash covers for added fun.
  7. Dec 22,  · San Francisco. Song later covered -- badly -- by the Foo Fighters. Originally released October on '17 Reasons: The Mission District' 3x7". 1st pre.
  8. Brendan Kelly & Joe McMahon – Wasted Potential Split. Such is the case on this split record, entitled Wasted Potential. Sharing the limelight on this release are Lawrence Arms singer/bassist Brendan Kelly and Smoke or Fire singer/guitarist Joe McMahon. “Kiss the Bottle”, providing more of a somber mood than the original.
  9. Kiss the Bottle Lyrics: It gets loneliest at night / Down at the liquor store / Beneath the neon sky / Our moonlight / Six A.M., the floor comes alive with lice / The pan's dried up so tight / With.

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