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Ookla The Mok Mr. Potato Head (live) 
In November of 2016, the classic 90s version of Ookla the Mok reunited to play two unique sets at Windycon in Chicago. This is the first release from the forthcoming double live CD release of those concerts.
Rand Bellavia: vocals, electric guitar
Adam English: vocals, acoustic guitar, trumpet
Luis Garcia: drums, vocals
Mike Mallory: bass guitar

This song is now available on the following CDs:
2017-05-16 Insane Ian
YAAAAAAAAYYY!!! So awesome seeing this live at WindyCon, and I can't wait til the CD comes out!
2017-05-16 lukeski
An Ookla classic lives again! Thanks for posting it! On a related note, RIP Don Rickles
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