Commentary: Set 2: Tracks 6​-​10

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This commentary track focuses on tracks 6-10, the final songs of the second set. Besides discussing the anecdotal stories behind the writing of these pieces, Skafish explains why he composed the first blatantly sacrilegious rock song in history, "Sign of the Cross." He also talks about releasing his first ever cover song, the legendary 1950's Bobby Darin classic, "Splish Splash." In addition, Skafish breaks down the often complex musical components involved.


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from BOOTLEG 21​-​35, track released August 29, 2012
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Chicago and Indiana's first punk, new wave, alternative, indie and underground rock artist, and a pioneer of these art forms internationally. Skafish made his first record in 1970, has released 7 LP’s, toured/performed with such artists as The Police, Ramones, Iggy Pop, XTC, UB-40, Stranglers, The Cramps, English Beat, Sha Na Na, Scorpions, & U-2, and appeared in the film "Urgh! A Music War! ... more

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