CLL #962 (feat. Pennywise)
06/07/1999 – Monday Night Show
Source – Engineer Mike DVD (2010) with Engineer Mike Tape (2005) patches
This is a new export of the official studio tape as provided by Engineer Mike, this is one of the most insane episodes in Loveline history. Pennywise return to the show after their “soft ban” and Fletcher proceeds to get drunk in studio once again, after presenting Drew with a vomit filled trophy. The Police show up, Grenades are mentioned and chaos is the name of the game. Engineer Mike’s final night on Loveline with him training his protegee Engineer Anderson to take over, of all nights. This Episode is 100% Complete.
MTV News Article about the hostage situation/stand off
From Wiki: Pennywise is an American punk rock band from Hermosa Beach, California, formed in 1988. The band took its name from the evil clown monster from the Stephen King horror novel It.
Between their 1991 self-titled debut and 2005’s The Fuse, Pennywise has released an album every two years on Epitaph Records, a label owned by Bad Religion guitarist Brett Gurewitz. To date, the band has released eleven full-length studio albums (the last being 2014’s Yesterdays), one live album, two EPs and one DVD. Although their first two studio albums were critically acclaimed, Pennywise would not experience worldwide commercial success until the 1995 release of their third studio album, About Time, which peaked at number ninety-six on the Billboard 200, and number fifty-five on Australia’s ARIA Charts. The band’s mainstream success was signified by a growing interest in punk rock during the 1990s, along with fellow California bands NOFX, Rancid, Blink-182, Bad Religion, Green Day, The Offspring, Lagwagon and Sublime. By 2007, the band had independently sold over three million records worldwide, making them one of the most successful independent punk acts of all time.
Pennywise’s current line-up consists of Jim Lindberg (vocals), Fletcher Dragge (guitars), Randy Bradbury (bass) and Byron McMackin (drums). They had kept their original line-up together until bassist Jason Thirsk died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound in 1996, due to issues with his alcoholism, after which Bradbury joined as his replacement. In August 2009, Lindberg decided to leave the band; he was replaced in February 2010 by Ignite singer Zoli Téglás. With Téglás, the band recorded their tenth studio album All or Nothing, which was released on May 1, 2012. Lindberg rejoined the band later that year after Téglás was sidelined by a back injury.
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