Guadalcanal Diary :: Walking In The Shadow Of The Big Man

Think of them as REM’s quirky cousin. Or, don’t.   If you’re of a certain age and spent some time listening to college radio or watching late-night MTV in the ‘80s, you might remember Guadalcanal Diary’s brief incursions into the collective pop consciousness. First with 1984’s “Watusi Rodeo,” which made the cut for the music network’s “The Basement Tapes” (as selected by a panel that included members of INXS, Nick Lowe and...Ronnie James Dio) and later . . .

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