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Fiestas & Fiascos (Deluxe Reissue Version)

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Caution: do not mix w/ your early 20s

This album makes you party too hard. I listened to it for 2 years straight and wound up drunk flying 3000 miles to NYC to see their reunion show in 2002. I made out with strangers in bars and bought stuff out of backpacks. I almost frickin' died out there. Thanks, Lifter Puller. Lesson: if you listen to this too much, you begin to become one of Finn's doomed characters. I love this record. I'm going to the bar.

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Amazing storytelling. Kickass music. Buy.

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Some bands are so good, it makes you wonder how you ever could listen to anything else.

Biography

Formed: 1994 in Minneapolis, MN

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s

Minneapolis art-punks Lifter Puller first took shape on the campus of Boston College when singer/guitarist Craig Finn began teaching roommate Steve Barone to play guitar. After graduating the duo relocated to the Twin Cities, recruiting bassist Tommy Roach and drummer Dan Monick to form Lifter Puller in 1994; the group's debut LP, Half Dead and Dynamite, followed on the No Alternative label four years later. After Roach found the pressures of juggling music and grad school too intense, he opted out...
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Fiestas & Fiascos (Deluxe Reissue Version), Lifter Puller
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: Dec 01, 2009

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