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'''Jim Colao''' was the drummer for [[Naked Raygun]] from [[1980]] to [[1984]].  He was a major influence on the early Raygun sound and wrote some of their most famous early tracks, such as ''Libido''.  
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'''Jim Colao''' was the original drummer for [[Naked Raygun]] from [[1980]] to [[1984]].  He was a major influence on the early Raygun sound and wrote some of their most famous early tracks, such  
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as ''Libido''.  
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== Notes ==
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* Jammed with [[Santiago Durango]] in an un-named proto-Naked Raygun while at UIC in 1979.
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* Was a member of [[Silver Abuse]], and later, [[Toothpaste]] in the early 1980's.
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* Played one show with Vladimir Ketchens and Zackary Webb as Mothertrucker, opening for [[Tar]] and L7 at the old [[Exit]] in 1991. 
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* Is currently executive producer of Plug'd Music Group.
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== External Links ==
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* [http://www.tuesdaynighthoot.com/2013/07/jugheads-basement-episode-08-naked.html Interview with Jim about Throb Throb] - begins at 26:15
  
 
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Latest revision as of 16:24, 31 July 2013

Jim Colao was the original drummer for Naked Raygun from 1980 to 1984. He was a major influence on the early Raygun sound and wrote some of their most famous early tracks, such as Libido.


Notes

  • Jammed with Santiago Durango in an un-named proto-Naked Raygun while at UIC in 1979.
  • Was a member of Silver Abuse, and later, Toothpaste in the early 1980's.
  • Played one show with Vladimir Ketchens and Zackary Webb as Mothertrucker, opening for Tar and L7 at the old Exit in 1991.
  • Is currently executive producer of Plug'd Music Group.

External Links