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Hanson Playlist
1. Thinking of You
2. MMMBop
3. Weird
4. Where’s the Love
5. I will come to You
6. Man from Milwaukee
7. Gimme some Lovin’
8. You never Know
9. If Only
10. This Time Around
11. Can’t Stop
12. Strong enough to Break
13. Penny & Me
14. Lost without each other
15. Get up and Go
16. Been there Before
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Boston Playlist
1. More than a Feeling
2. Peace of Mind
3. Foreplay/Long Time
4. Rock and Roll Band
5. Hitch a Ride
6. Something about You
7. Don’t Look Back
8. It’s Easy
9. A Man I’ll Never Be
10. Feelin’ Satisfied
11. Amanda
12. We’re Ready
13. Cool the Engines
14. Can’tcha Say (You believe in Me)/Still in Love
15. I need your Love
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The Mighty Mighty Bosstones Playlist
1. Drunks and Children
2. Hope I Never Lose my Wallet
3. The Bartender’s Song
4. A Little Bit Ugly
5. Awfully Quiet
6. Where’d You Go
7. Don’t Know how to Party
8. Someday I Suppose
9. Holy Smoke
10. Kinder Words
11. Pictures to Prove it
12. A Dollar and a Dream
13. Toxic Toast
14. Bronzing the Garbage
15. Noise Brigade
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The Mighty Mighty Bosstones Radio Show
      Welcome to Andy See’s (mostly) Rock N’ Roll Variety Show!  Today, we are going back to One Hit Wonderland with The Mighty Mighty Bosstones.  Most of you probably only know them for the 1997 hit single The Impression that I get at the height of the Ska-Punk boom.  However, they made four studio albums before “Let’s Face it” and have had made five studio albums since then including one that just came out last Friday.  Unfortunately, “While we’re at it” came out too late for me to consider using any songs on this show.
      Anyway, The Mighty Mighty Bosstones had their roots in the Hardcore Punk scene of the early 80s.  Bassist Joe Gittleman played with Gang Green early in his career while singer Dicky Barrett (who turns 54 tomorrow) was a member of Impact Unit and The Cheap Skates.  Through the ever-rotating lineup of The Cheap Sk
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Boston Radio Show
      Welcome to Andy See’s (mostly) Rock N’ Roll Variety Show!  I was having a hard time introducing Boston, but all I needed to do was read the liner notes of the self-titled CD we have of them at home.  In my experience, compilation albums from roughly the mid-late 90s onward will likely have a short history of the band in question. Sometimes however, there are similar results in the re-releases of classic albums and our copy of the self-titled debut of Boston provides one such example.  Tom Schulz himself said that he had been working on his style of music for six years before his first album came out in 1976 and had heard seemingly every variation on the term “we’re not interested” in that time.  His vision for a rock band combined the sonic palette of progressive rock with the melodic grace and songcraft of The Beatles.  Also, the music on this album is incredibly polished
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Dad's Least Favorite Roller Coasters
      For this list, I have enough to say about these coasters that I have decided to include my thoughts in bold.  While this is Dad's list, it's not likely I'll have an excuse to say anything about these roller coasters ever again.
      Rollercoasters are great – well, mostly great. I’ve ridden quite a few coasters, and most of them ranged from merely fun to totally awesome. However, there are a few that you get off saying “never again!” An early rollercoaster rating scale ranged from +5 to -3, and in this list, we’re talking about those coasters on the negative side of the ratings. Since these “bad” coasters usually have a few common flaws, I’ll list most of these coasters by their problems, but finish with a few outstandingly disgraceful examples.
     Dishonorable Mention – Little Dipper (Midway Park): You might say “It’s a kiddie coaster, go easy on i
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Hanson Radio Show
Original Airdate: June 7, 2018
      Welcome to Andy See’s (mostly) Rock N’ Roll Variety Show!  About eight months ago, Total Request Live returned to MTV.  Originally, TRL ran from 1998 to 2008 and while that show played many types of music, it’s always going to be associated with the Teen Pop boom of the late-90s.  Whether that’s unfair to the show or not is unknown since I never watched it, but I do know one group who had the teen pop label unfairly applied to them on every album after their big breakthrough.  That group is Hanson.
      Isaac, Taylor, and Zac Hanson were born in 1980, 1983, and 1985 respectively.  They were three of seven children born to Clark and Diane Hanson.  They often sang old Rock and Soul songs at the dinner table which I have heard were learned through Time-Life compilations.  When Hanson formed in 1992, Zac was only seven.
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Dad's Top Ten Roller Coasters
      When I made my list of the Top Ten Roller Coasters I ever rode, I challenged Ronald See (my dad) to do a list of his own.  His writing style is more straightforward than mine.  Unfortunately, I have not been on his picks for number six and number two.  I hope I can do that sometime. 
      First, it’s truly difficult to try to separate the great from the merely-almost-great roller coasters. It’s highly dependent on what any individual likes in a roller coaster, so what do I like? Creativity, intense but not rough, some airtime, great views – I love old wooden coasters, but several of my top choices are modern steel coasters (go figure). Steel and wood, sit-downs and inverted, it’s hard to compare, but based on pure seat of the pants subjectivity (that might be different if you asked me tomorrow), here is my list.
      Honorable Mention – Coastal Woodies: I’ve ridden
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Top Ten Roller Coaster I have rode
      Judging by my list of the five worst roller coaster I’ve ever rode, you might say that I’m a hater.  I’m not a hater.  I’ve rode 71 roller coaster in my lifetime and I like more coasters than I don’t like.  To be honest, most of the roller coasters I have rode would get three stars out of five.  However, there are a select few that have gone beyond just being fun.  These are the coasters I want to ride every time I go to their respective amusement parks (or in the case of my pick for #10, a theme park).  Enough messing around, let’s get to this list
Number Ten
      Let’s start this list with the first roller coaster on this list I went on chronologically.  Around 2002, I got over my fear of roller coasters by riding the Skyliner at Lakemont Park. That is a great first full-size roller coaster to ride.  In 2003, my family and I took a vac
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Triumph Playlist
1. 24 Hours a Day
2. Don’t Take My Life
3. Street Fighter
4. Takes Time
5. Rocky Mountain Way
6. Rock & Roll Machine
7. Movin’ On
8. Lay it on the Line
9. Hold On
10. I Live for the Weekend
11. I can Survive
12. In the Night
13. Woman in Love
14. Magic Power
15. Allied Forces
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Triumph Radio Show
      Welcome to Andy See’s (mostly) Rock N’ Roll Variety Show!  Before we start today’s show, I have two things to say regarding previous shows.  First, I heard the fifteen minute version of Voodoo Chile (which is actually how you pronounce it) and that was more an origin story and list of past accomplishments for the titular character while Voodoo Child (Slight Return) is a more a statement of who that character is right now.  Second, I tried to post the show on Deviant Art with Youtube links, but Youtube doesn’t have videos of most of his studio songs.  I suspect that Hendrix’s official channel gives worldwide bans to any videos of his songs that aren’t theirs.  For this reason, I have decided to record this show as well as all future shows.  However, I don’t know any place where I can post the audio of my shows that doesn’t have ridiculously strict copy
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Jimi Hendrix Playlist
1. Hey Joe
2. Purple Haze
3. The Wind Cries Mary
4. Highway Chile
5. Manic Depression
6. Fire
7. Third Stone from the Sun
8. Foxey Stone
9. Stone Free
10. Red House
11. Up from the Skies
12. Spanish Castle Magic
13. Wait Until Tomorrow
14. Little Wing
15. If 6 was 9
16. Castles made of Sand
17. Crosstown Traffic
18. Gypsy Eyes
19. Burning of the Midnight Lamp
20. Rainy Day, Dream Away
21. 1983… (A Merman I shall Turn to be)
22. All Along the Watchtower
23. Voodoo Child (Slight Return)
24. The Star Spangled Banner (live at Woodstock)
25. Angel
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The Clash Playlist
1. Janie Jones
2. I’m so Bored with the U.S.A.
3. White Riot
4. London’s Burning
5. Career Opportunities
6. Police & Thieves
7. Garageland
8. Complete Control
9. Clash City Rockers
10. (White Man in) Hammersmith Palais
11. Safe European Home
12. English Civil War
13. Tommy Gun
14. Julie’s been working for the Drug Squad
15. Stay Free
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Jimi Hendrix Radio Show
      Editing Note: Most of the studio versions of these songs are not on Youtube.  I will provide links when I can.  I suggest we all get Amazon Music subscriptions.
      Welcome to Andy See’s (mostly) Rock N’ Roll Variety Show!  I must admit, I don’t have a lot of African-American artists on this show.  I did do a show on Chuck Berry, and performers like Fats Domino and Little Richard were early pioneers of Rock N’ Roll, but since the Beatles, most Rock N’ Roll artists have been white.  An exception to this trend is today’s artist, James Marshall Hendrix, who was born in 1942 and grew up in Seattle.  Contrary to a Pepsi commercial in a Super Bowl that I can’t remember right now, he got his first guitar in 1958 rather than 1953.  He was in the military for a year, but he managed to get out of being a paratrooper in the 101st airborne
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The Clash Radio Show
      Welcome to “Andy See’s History of an Artist” in which I try to give you a through overview of an artist’s career within an hour.  In the late 1970’s, with the economy stalled in both the United States and England, youths in both countries felt somewhat hopeless. In music, they had seemingly two choices - disco or big stadium Rock ‘N Roll acts. Neither of these choices really expressed what many young people were feeling, and that’s when Punk Rock came in to return Rock ‘N Roll to its essentials.  While many Punk bands were nihilistic, this one was revolutionary, with a heavy liberal political stance.  They were led by Mick Jones and Joe Strummer and they were The Clash.
Janie Jones
      The name of our first song is based on an actual woman.  This woman was a 1960’s pop singer who was a madame when this song
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Talking Heads Playlist
1. Uh-Oh, Love comes to Town
2. Psycho Killer
3. Don’t worry about the Government
4. No Compassion
5. Thank You for sending Me an Angel
6. Warning Sign
7. Artists only
8. Stay Hungry
9. Take Me to the River
10. The Big Country
11. I Zimbra
12. Cities
13. Life during Wartime  
14. Air
15. Heaven
16. Crosseyed and Painless https:
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      So I have recently been watching the show OK KO: Let's be Heroes.  This show along with Mighty Magiswords, Unikitty, and Steven Universe show that Cartoon Network can still air great shows (I'd mention The Amazing World of Gumball as well, but it seems to be coming to an end).  All they need to do is stop giving extreme preferential treatment to Teen Titans Go.  Anyway, the idea of fighting game characters working at a convenience store is as silly and epic as it needs to be.  The reason I bring this up is because I stumbled across a picture of Enid giving K.O. a condom with a mischievous look on her face.  Keep in mind, this is not a picture of a grown up K.O., this is him still as a kid.  I don't know what the laws of consent are in 201X, but K.O. is definitely too young.  After scrolling away from that picture to post my Mighty Mighty Bosstones Radio Show, I tried to get back to that picture to tell the artist that, but I couldn't find the picture anywhere.  I can only assume that somebody else noticed the implied pedophilia in the picture in question and got it taken down.  At this point, it's not worth it to find that picture.
      I'm also a fan of Cuphead and recently defeated Satan himself.  Everyone and their mother knows that Cuphead is a difficult game.  What kept me going was a combination of the short battle lengths and the death cards that let you know exactly how close you were to victory.  I'm also a big fan of the Fleschier Brothers style of cartoons and I'm glad that the Moldenhauer Brothers were able to animate this in color.  I'm also excited for The Delicious Last Course coming out next year.
      On Friday, I went to Idlewild Park for the first time in about 15 years.  Technically, it's the closest roller coaster location to my hometown of Indiana, PA.  I added Wild Mouse to my coaster list and took a bunch of pictures.  Unfortunately, I tried to go into Storybook Forest at 5:15, but it closed at 5:00.  I'm trying to save up $70 so my Mom and I can go again without her paying.  The reason I'm so invested in such a kid targeted area is because it's the closest thing to Disneyland that we got in Western Pennsylvania with the costumed fairy tale characters and the look of being transported to a magical land.  It reminds me of that time I committed what might be the most childish crime ever.  Trust me, I didn't have malicious intent.  It was after a 5K race that took place at Idlewild when I jumped the fence to Storybook Forest.  A woman who was playing Little Bo Peep had already arrived and gotten into character and we talked for a few minutes.  Presumably, I told her about my time.  My parents eventually found me and I left.  It's been at least 15 years since that happened, I think the statute of limitations has expired for that crime.
  • Watching: Unikitty!
  • Drinking: Water


Andy See
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MarkFanboy Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2018  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks for the fave of my OC Buddy as a carhop pin-up!
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KodyBoy555 Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2018  Student Digital Artist
Brexit (the movement that the United Kingdom voted to leave the EU) helped Donald Trump win the 2016 US presidential election.
Billie-Bonce Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2018
Thank you for the fav!
pewternatural Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks for the fav.
LinzieFey Featured By Owner Edited Dec 18, 2017
i don't think they're on a "Best Hits" list anywhere but if you like rock I wanna recommend Set It Off

give them a listen, you might like

also, thanks for the fave :)
Scared2dream Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2017   General Artist
Thanks for adding "Inside Out Selkies" to your collection!
the1cutemetalchick Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2017  Student Digital Artist
thanks for faving my old-ass merida/elsa piece! q: 
Zigwolf Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks for the faves!
sandman415 Featured By Owner Oct 1, 2017
Thanks for the add! 
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