Slight change to the Friday jam format, starting with this week: I kind of feel like the hip-hop-only format has run its course -- and I've gotten some shit for posting some songs that were only tenuously in the genre -- so I'm going to open it up to every style of music. Starting with Cracker's 1992 hit "Teen Angst," published in honor of the fact that the band is in town today. First, you can head to Vintage Vinyl at 5 p.m. to hang with the band and get free beer and BBQ, a few hours before the band plays a proper show at the Duck Room. Cracker, incidentally, is touring in support of Sunrise In the Land of Milk and Honey, a new album.
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