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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  
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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  
as ''Libido''. He is currently the executive producer of Plug'd Music Group and Luxtone Media.
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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