"I'm in love with Massachusetts / I'm in love with the radio on" Jonathan Richman, Roadrunner from the album The Modern Lovers (1972)

"I'm in love with Massachusetts / I'm in love with the radio on" Jonathan Richman, Roadrunner from the album The Modern Lovers (1972)

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I think you might like these guys.  The Modern Lovers - The Modern Lovers 1976 (full album)

I think you might like these guys. The Modern Lovers - The Modern Lovers 1976 (full album)

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▶ the MODERN LOVERS "Hospital" 1972 - YouTube - mashup video with "Masculin Féminin" by Godard

▶ the MODERN LOVERS "Hospital" 1972 - YouTube - mashup video with "Masculin Féminin" by Godard

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15 reasons why Roadrunner by Jonathan Richman and the Modern Lovers will become the official rock song of Massachusetts in 2013

15 reasons why Roadrunner by Jonathan Richman and the Modern Lovers will become the official rock song of Massachusetts in 2013

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video for Roadrunner by the MODERN LOVERS Jonathan Richman, Jerry Harrison, Ernie Brooks, and David Robinson originally recorded 1972, released on Beserkley ...

video for Roadrunner by the MODERN LOVERS Jonathan Richman, Jerry Harrison, Ernie Brooks, and David Robinson originally recorded 1972, released on Beserkley ...

The Modern Lovers were a band that rose up quickly and burned out even faster.  Roadrunner encapsulates the pent up energy that gave birth to the punk movement.  A classic song from one of the greatest rock records ever recorded, Roadrunner casts aside the excess that characterized rock music by the mid 1970's in favor of a stripped down, muscular sound that drives a direct path to the freedom that rock and roll offered to the idle teenage mind.

The Modern Lovers were a band that rose up quickly and burned out even faster. Roadrunner encapsulates the pent up energy that gave birth to the punk movement. A classic song from one of the greatest rock records ever recorded, Roadrunner casts aside the excess that characterized rock music by the mid 1970's in favor of a stripped down, muscular sound that drives a direct path to the freedom that rock and roll offered to the idle teenage mind.

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