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Joey Cape & Tony Sly


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The front men of Lagwagon and No Use for a Name, respectively, Joey Cape and Tony Sly teamed up for a split EP of acoustic versions of their band’s songs in 2004.

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  • pashelast

    joey cape + tony sly! these guys rockss!

    18 Jan 2009 Reply
  • brandynbaldwin

    huge punk fan, kinda cool to hear these songs like this. international you day is such a stalker song... right up there with cheap trick and the police....

    9 Oct 2008 Reply
  • StjuPunkobilly

    great! no, really it makes me press repeat over and over again....

    24 Nov 2007 Reply
  • Lukinx

    Really, I think they both should stick to the punk stuff and not the singer/songwriter stuff. Most songs on this album are really bad. I think they totally destroyed Lagwagons Wind In Your Sail which is probably still one of the better songs on this album. ^^

    15 Mar 2007 Reply

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