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hayduke2
(Southampton, NY)
Posted: Jul 03, 2017 13:54
 

WOO-HOOO  : )

good music
rymalia
(PDX)
Posted: Nov 12, 2003 22:02
 

these guys are great live, don't miss them if you get the chance, they're the real deal.
iggy33
(bethesda)
Posted: Oct 23, 2003 8:37
 

Platypus wrote:
which song, iggy? i've never been much into the who, but i'd love to hear it and compare.
It's one of the tunes off the Tommy album...Can't think of the name at this very minute...
Platypus
(here, now)
Posted: Oct 22, 2003 18:33
 

iggy33 wrote:
That guitar riff is a rip off the Who..but they're cool..
which song, iggy? i've never been much into the who, but i'd love to hear it and compare.
aphid
Posted: Sep 12, 2003 11:10
 

Anyone detect a Perry Farrell -esque vocal thing there?
iggy33
(bethesda)
Posted: Sep 12, 2003 11:09
 

That guitar riff is a rip off the Who..but they're cool..
deadline
(Our house, in the middle of our street)
Posted: Aug 23, 2003 3:05
 

Originally Posted by iamlfb: one from DÃŒsseldorf named Currywurst?
Well, actually Currywurst comes from Cologne - but that's a long story... Chris
(anonymous)
Posted: Jul 23, 2003 11:48
 

holly mackrel! great song!!! sorry, couldn't stop myself. :lol:
Platypus
(here, now)
Posted: Apr 02, 2003 22:29
 

that's mighty clever, iamlfb... how's that working out for you?
iamlfb
Posted: Jan 10, 2003 16:33
 

I'll have to visit Baltimore some time in the future, then, I guess... Let's see... is there a band from London called Fish 'n' Chips? one from DÃŒsseldorf named Currywurst? or, wait, wait... "Ladies and Gentlemen, from Idaho tonight, the Famous Potatoes!" Now that would be cool. :roll: ok, I'm hungry now...
Platypus
(here, now)
Posted: Dec 12, 2002 22:31
 

:D i think you may have to be from Baltimore to "get it"... Lake Trout is Baltimore's soul-food ~ pretty much anywhere that you go in the city, you will see small mom & pop fast food restaurants advertising "Fried Chicken and Lake Trout". ;)
iamlfb
Posted: Dec 11, 2002 0:54
 

Just one question. If you had a good band with a lot of potential, would you really want to call it Lake Trout? I know, I know, Fish was taken, but for Pete's sake... :lol:
(anonymous)
Posted: Nov 12, 2002 9:14
 

Damn good set, Bill. <*> Wallflowers - Everybody Out Of The Water <*> Mazzy Star - All Your Sisters <*> Jeff Buckley - Last Goodbye <*> Lake Trout - Last Words <*> Josh Joplin Group - Lucky This is why I listen to RP.
wxdawg
(Memphis, TN)
Posted: Oct 25, 2002 11:48
 

Great Pick Bill! These guys put on a hell of a live show. I caught them over the summer at Wolf Trap outside of DC.
(anonymous)
Posted: Oct 11, 2002 19:11
 

God bless The Boys from the Inner Harbor. Well, even though Woody's from Philly - we still think of them as Harbor Heads. Lake Trout's new album kicks it up.
pilgrim
(outlier)
Posted: Oct 03, 2002 16:20
 

Originally Posted by rcurrier: I like it, but am I the only one hearing a fair bit of Gene Loves Jezebel and "20 Killer Hurts" in there?
NO! i hear it as well. That voice is quite similar.
rcurrier
(San Juan Capistrano, CA)
Posted: Oct 02, 2002 10:37
 

I like it, but am I the only one hearing a fair bit of Gene Loves Jezebel and "20 Killer Hurts" in there?
newwavegurly
Posted: Sep 30, 2002 13:39
 

Way to go Platy! The more I hear the fish, the more I like them!
pilgrim
(outlier)
Posted: Sep 23, 2002 12:21
 

Really diggin' this fish! Good call, Platy!
Platypus
(here, now)
Posted: Sep 17, 2002 10:14
 

Baltimore's pride and joy. :cool: this band is even more tremendous live! LakeTrout.com