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April 11, 2011

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TRULY the Good old days with those GOODGUYS!!
Thanks Mr. Stump for all these Kisn facts.....such great reading enjoyment!!
Love it too when ANY of those great Kisn Goodguys make comments on your Blog!!

Their version was rockin and much better than the Kingsmen.

Damn, is that ever an understatement!

"The Raider version was crisper sounding and the best version of all."

The Raider version was sooooo much better than the Kingsmen...especially after Lynn Easton threw Jack Ely out and took over as the Kingsmen's lead singer.

It's too bad the Raiders started recording crap later in their career. Everything after "Just Like Me" sucked.

Indian Reservation was crap? Don't think so.

Kicks sucked? Good Thing sucked? Hungry sucked? The Great Airplane Strike sucked?...well OK, I might give you that one, but up through Revolution I think they had some TERRIFIC singles!

Let me. GR8T!

"Mr. Sun, Mr. Moon". One of my all time favorites!

Pretty much everything the Raiders recorded after they started on "Where the Action Is" fit nicely into the bubble gum mold...especially "The Great Airplane Strike." I'd forgotten about that turkey.

Kisn Goodguy, Roger Hart sure put Portland on the map when he managed The Raiders! He's a really GOOD guy!! Looking forward to hearing the Kingsmen AND the Raiders when Kisn returns September 1st.....just 21 days away!!

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