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Extremely Good!

The first time I heard Dan Potthast was when he opened for Streetlight Manifesto in Boston. I wasn't sure what to expect, but once he sang, I was instantly hooked. After he went on, my friends and me went over to talk to him (After he was done he went to go sell his merch), and he was the nicest guy ever! I bought this CD for $5 because thats all I had on me. Anyway, Eat The Planet is a mellow record that is great to just sit back and relax and/or jam on the bongos to. My personal favorites are Fan, Deep Blue, Steady Lines, and Ocean. I wasn't sure if this was ever going to make it onto iTunes, but I'm glad it did, because everyone deserves to hear Dan Potthast!!!

Amazing album but a bit different

Arctic Vacation, i saw him too at that show in boston and he was sick. I still liked this album but i think that he's a bit better live but its cool to hear him with a backing band but still a great cd

Danny P!!

What can I say he is great. This isn't as good as Sweets and Meats, but its fun. Beginning to See and the 4 demos steal the show..

Biography

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Singer/songwriter/guitarist Dan Potthast is best known for his work with the ska-punk-pop group MU330, but began a solo career with 1999's Eyeballs, released through Asian Man Records. He followed...
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