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Graded on a Curve: Fred Schneider, Just…Fred

Fred Schneider is famous for his work in The B-52’s, but over the years he’s also released a pair of solo LPs, the second of which found him in some unexpected company and delivering a set of pumped-up, punked-out mania. But ‘96’s Just…Fred isn’t really an outlier in the man’s discography, standing instead as a […] The post Graded on a Curve: Fred Schneider, Just…Fred appeared first on The Vinyl District.
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