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The results of the Bobo Awards are now available here! Didn't get to vote? Go support our boys by voting for them here. I know we can beat Paramore this time.

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That Punk Kid.

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There was once a punk-pop band back in 1995 that had an album released on Geffen Records... This band sounded a lot like Dookie-era Green Day, but with a little more edge to it. They did not hit big success, and never had any singles, from what I know... But they do have one album. This album consisted of 13 tracks. You may have heard this band without knowing it. Their song "Get A Job" was featured in the Chris Farley movie "Black Sheep" and is also the theme song to the Fearnet original show "Holliston." These guys aren't on iTunes, and I can only find the CD or cassette on Amazon. (Right here: http://www.amazon.co...7011207&sr=8-1   ) It's a three-piece band as well.... And the lead singer still has a career in music, but in blues now.... 

 

Here's some Youtube links to a concert. (Which happen to be their only concert videos on Youtube.)

 

 




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