|Performer:||Dirt Bike Annie|
|Title:||Live Jersey City 2000 - Sweatin' To The Oldies|
|Style:||Punk, Pop Punk, Power Pop|
|Other format:||DMF AAC ASF MOD APE AU WAV|
Profile: Now defunct power pop punk band from Jersey City, New Jersey who operated from 1995 to 2005. Members: Adam Rabuck, Dan Paquin, Dennis Donaghy, Dirt Bike Deano, Jeanie Lee, Mike Yannich. Variations: Viewing All Dirt Bike Annie. Live Jersey City 2000 - Sweatin' To The Oldies (CDr). Dirt Bike Annie & The Popsters. Show Us Your Demons (Album).
Dirt Bike Annie was a rock band from Jersey City, New Jersey that played pop punk and power pop music. Founder, guitarist and lead singer Adam Rabuck has gone on to form The Impulse International. Dirt Bike Annie was formed in 1993 by Adam Rabuck while he was a student at New York University.
Members owning this album0. 1. Anarchy Burger (Hold the Government). 2. The Legend of Pat Brown. 16. (But Then) She Spoke. 18. And Now We Dance.
Dirt Bike Annie was a pop punk band from 1993 to 2005 . Very sorry to hear about the passing of our friend Amanda Pinardi over the weekend. We crashed on her floor, we hung out with her at many shows in Pittsburgh and Columbus. She was a fan and a friend. com/watch?v L3xW600yhcs. The World is Going to Hell in a Hand Basket.
Milton Teagle "Richard" Simmons (born July 12, 1948) is an American fitness instructor, actor, and video producer. He promotes weight-loss programs, most prominently through his Sweatin' to the Oldies line of aerobics videos, and is known for his eccentric, flamboyant, and energetic personality
Sweatin' to the Oldies. Spazz - Dirt the Purity 01:07. Spazz - Knuckle Scraper 00:22. Spazz - Box II (Yates Goes to Africa) 00:50. Spazz - Spazz vs. Mother Nature 01:52. Spazz - Nuge on a Stick 00:37. Spazz - Hot Dog Water Popsicle in the Hand of Eric Wood – Live 00:13. Spazz - Dan Lifting Banner – Live 01:48. Spazz - Gertie 00:54.
Sweatin' to the Oldies is a live album and video by the southern California punk rock band The Vandals, originally released in 1994 by Triple X Records. It consists of a live concert recorded at the Ice House in Fullerton, California, as well as interviews with the band members and an overview of their history. The original version was released both on CD and VHS. With most of their back catalogue out of print, the album and video were seen as a retrospective of the band's past, as performed by its most recent stable lineup
|1||Digging Holes In My Backyard|
|3||My Girl Left Me For A Chick|
|4||TV Addict Sex Maniac|
|6||Ballad Of Johnny Heartbreak|
|7||Letters And Numbers|
|11||Children Shouldn't Play With Dead Things|
|12||Happy Happy Birthday|
|13||Thanks For The Donuts|