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7 thoughts on “ Material Issue - Kim The Waitress (CD)

  1. Nelkree says:
    The live (and longer than listed) Goin’ Through Your Purse is very nearly a Material Issue best-of, containing as it does sweaty performances of “Valerie Loves Me,” “Kim the Waitress,” “Diane,” “What Girls Want” and five more, all recorded in front of a rabid .
  2. Yozshujin says:
    General Commentwell, as *paulmall* stated previously, Material Issue didn't write the song. it was penned by Joe Ross and Jeff Kelly of Green Pajamas in Material Issue changed the lyrics and, hence, the meaning of the song. it's a great story, but i'll let Joe Ross of Green Pajamas tell it in his own words: The Green Pajamas The Story Of Kim The Waitress by Joe Ross Kim was a waitress at.
  3. Material Issue A: Diane B: The Boxer (Live) Mercury UK: MER 7" 0: Material Issue A: What Girls Want B: Ballad Of A Lonely Man: Polydor UK: PO 7" 0 USA: Material Issue The Super Sonic Seven-Inch A: Renee Remains The Same B: The Girl Who Never Ever Falls In Love: Big Block USA: BB 7" 0Missing: Kim The Waitress.
  4. Vudogami says:
    Mar 22,  · With Freak City Soundtrack, their 3rd Album, Chicago's Material Issue made perhaps the definitive power pop record of the 90's. Such a statement may sound like hyperbole, but trust me, this one's that good. At the time, the record's quality was a pleasant surprise even for hardcore Issue fans/5(15).
  5. Official Material Issue Chance of a Lifetime lyrics at CD Universe. You think you're foolin' me with your lies, I see it shows in your eyes, and I'd rather die than compromise. Don't go pushin' me baby I've heard it alMissing: Kim The Waitress.
  6. Jan 22,  · Turns out Material Issue was the first, and, as far as I know, only band that the magazine ever endorsed in such a manner. As I lived in Chicago at the time, I was already familiar with Material Issue. They’d been getting moderate airplay on the local alternative station, WXRT.
  7. Tozragore says:
    Material Issue was a power pop power trio from Chicago, Illinois. Their trademark was a brand of dense, rich, manic, and powerful pop tunes. Their lyrics revolved heavily around themes of love and heartbreak, having a phalanx of girl's-first-name-titled songs.

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