A fact of life in the lower reaches of the rock & roll world is that it can be downright impossible to keep a band together for any length at all, as real-world commitments like the ability to pay the rent tend to interfere with the pursuit of the top of the pops. That the Beatifics have had their share of lineup troubles is unfortunately unsurprising, but the strength of leader Chris Dorn's power pop songs makes them a worthy addition to the Minneapolis music scene that started with the Suicide Commandos and the Suburbs, through the Replacements and Hüsker Dü to the Hang Ups and others. The roots of the Beatifics were in a short-lived early-'90s power pop band called the Rockerfellers, which also included guitarist Andy Schultz. After a four-song appearance on the compilation SymPOPhony #1: A Collection of American Power Pop, the ...
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How I Learned to Stop Worrying 1996 How I Learned to Stop Worrying
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