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The Vicious
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posted 03 February 2005 10:40 PM      Profile for The Vicious     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
The band of course, known for such songs as misogyny, empty cell and soul for sale.

I rather liked them, did they break up, die, or simply fade in obscurity?


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JayWay
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posted 04 February 2005 01:55 AM      Profile for JayWay     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
I'm not sure whatever happened to them.

But on a similar note...

Remember that Rusty video where a hooker seduces a nerdy looking oriental guy and ends up tieing him up in the washroom of a motel?

Well that oriental guy was none other the mango kid... Danko Jones! Certainly one of Canada's finest rock n' roll exports.

www.dankojones.com


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The Vicious
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posted 04 February 2005 08:20 AM      Profile for The Vicious     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Yeah, what happened to Danko Jones? It's like so many good Canadian rockers from the mid-late 90s just kind of dissapeared.
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JayWay
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posted 04 February 2005 07:52 PM      Profile for JayWay     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Danko's still around, they've just found a niche in Europe that they could never establish in Canada; they're quite big in Scandanvia.

I just saw them at Lee's Palace a few months back in fact. Great show.

I think they got dropped from their North American label a few years back, that really hurt their exposure and distribution in Canada. It's a sad state of affairs when Europe has better access to our finest talent than we do.


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