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SURFERS
Continued from Page 9
1o the band, which is something we've
a ways done from the beginning. As soon
as we got money we funnelled it into the
band at the studios and live. We couldjust
take the door and walk home with a nice
chunk of cash, but we're really into stage
shows and lighting, so we spend a lot of
stuff sie get on lights or whatever else sie
can. We started off with one Radio Shack
strobe light, and now we've kind of pro-
#jssed to ... two Radio Shack strobe
hts.tMany i thas wicked," said Coffev
tongue firntly in check.
The band's current popular song,
however, wasn't conceived of as a career
focal point, as it has now become.
"We didn't intend to record Pepper'
bilt we were playing around with drum
loops and samples and gradually built up
that song from there, and when Capitol
told us that was going to be the single,
we thought ... 'How in the hell are we
'ing to play this live?"'
They also didn't intend to name the
album "Electriclarryland."'
"Originally we wanted to call it
'Oklahoma!', but the lawyers for Rodgers
and Hammerstein claimed that there was
another musical body of work that was
trademarked called 'Oklahoma!', and
should we put out another work called
'Oklahoma!' we would be infringing on
their trademark, and they just weren't
*ppy about it and they threatened to sue
us. So at the last minute we were forced to
change the album title"
Go see the Bitthole Surfers before
they mutate again. They're part of
America's musical history. And hey,
guitarist Paul Leary is even working
withi a broken strumming hand this
tour. It's bound to be a spectacle.
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ARTS

Wednesday, July 17, 1996 - The Michigan Daily - 1b

GOLDFINGER band" Feldmann yelled, "it's, like, all my
Continued from Page 9 Touring this year has yielded favorite bands." After the Warped
mercial success," Feldmann said, "the opening spots with the Buzzcocks, Tour, Goldfinger takes its incredi-
people will be totally into the whole numerous radio festivals and the ble live energy on tour with No
show (and then) ... the elitist punk illustrious punk mecca the Warped Doubt (coming to St. Andrew's in
rockers start yelling sellout. Any per- Tour, where they are scheduled to August), and then opening for the
son like that, if there's more than 10 appear in Detroit. Sex Pistols on some dates, which
people at the show, he's gonna hate the "The Warped Tour rules, man," Feldmann said has him a little

scared.
Nevertheless, Goldfinger doesn't
seem to be scared of success, and
just keeps getting bigger and better.
Not bad for a shoe salesman and a
bunch of dudes who were told by
everyone but themselves that they
weren't good enough.

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