Sunday, 1 February 2015

Field Day - Big Wheels (1996)



That last post got us thinking about Field Day, and how we've never posted any of their CDs. Well, let's change that!

This CD is, to be fair, a compilation of tracks we've already posted. But we're sticking to our plan because (a) it includes a cover of the Ninth Configuration song "Walk Away" and (b) it has this novelty rap track about skateboarding as a "bonus track":



Field Day is also one of those bands that James Muretich liked to write about a fair amount. Here's an article from 1995:


See how much value we've managed to add to a post which ultimately contains mostly stuff we've posted before?

1 comment:

Christopher Schultchen said...

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