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Bus - The Figgs - Low-Fi At Society High (CD, Album)

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  1. Welcome to the Figgs music archive. Feel free to take your time browsing. The Figgs Couldn’t Get High. Banda Macho. Low-Fi at Society High. Ready Steady Stoned (Deluxe Edition) Ginger. Bus Slow Down Chevy Nova Ginger Shut: Side 2 Cherry Blow Pop Jump Start Stood Up Asphalt Waltz for Bob Charlotte Pipe Tint: Released:
  2. Imago was the first label to sign The Figgs and the resulting album, “Low-Fi At Society High” led to wider recognition and deepening industry interest. ’s “Banda Macho” was the band’s lone release on Capitol Records but during their brief tenure at the label one relationship was formed that would help map the course of the group’s next decade and beyond.
  3. Old material explored. Time to pack and get on a plane soon! Here’s the current itinerary for Japan! – Cafe Goatee Presents – The Figgs Japan Tour Akihabara, Tokyo – Player’s Club IkeBECK Gotsu, Shimane – Kozenji Fukuoka, Fukuoka – LIV LABO / JUMPIN’ IN THE NIGHT Vol. 14 [ ].
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Low-Fi at Society High - The Figgs on AllMusic - - The problem with even the best power pop (the 6/
  5. Sep 23,  · Saratoga Springs’ OG rockers The Figgs have been busy lately. Bassist Pete Donnelly played a solo show at Caffè Lena at the end of January. In May, the band teased a new album release with a first single, “Grab Your Pack.” In June, the band celebrated the 25th anniversary of their breakthrough record Low-Fi At Society High.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Low-Fi At Society High on Discogs. Label: Imago (3) - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • /5(13).
  7. The Figgs discography and songs: Music profile for The Figgs, formed Genres: Power Pop, Alternative Rock. Albums include Low-Fi at Society High, .
  8. Jun 12,  · I had first heard of The Figgs when I picked up a 7" of the song "Step Back, Let's Go Pop." I think it was a promo single that I got for a dollar or something like that. It made me pick up the album it came from, Low-Fi at Society High. "Step Back" is the lead of track on the album and it really sets the stage for what is to come.

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