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Old 06-24-2002, 07:49 PM   #1
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Toad the Wet Sprocket appreciation thread

Any Toad fans here? I know some of you will just laugh, but I really enjoy the music, plus how can you not like a band that got it's name from a Monty Python skit? Anyways, my favorite Toad songs are Walk on the Ocean, Come Down, and their cover of Instant Karma. All I Want is ggrrrrrrrrrrrreat too, but I hear it a lot when I'm at WalMart for some reason.

PS- Is Glen Phillips' solo stuff any good?

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I used to love Dulcinea when I was in 8th or 9th grade.

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I have been listening them to them for the last week. I have not for a loooooooong time and all the sudden I started again. hhhmmm odd.
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Toad was a good band, too bad they aren't around anymore.
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