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RIP Peter Tork

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Sorry to hear...the band I was in during high school covered some of their songs. The TV show at the time was great fun when you're 14-15. They had some chart toppers. Good stuff for the time.
 

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Childhood fun fading away...R.I.P. Peter.
 

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I'm a believer.

RIP Peter
 

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Sorry to hear...the band I was in during high school covered some of their songs. The TV show at the time was great fun when you're 14-15. They had some chart toppers. Good stuff for the time.
You know what, it was fun. That's all it was. No homos, no debauchery, no points to be made, just silliness. I remember some said they were America's answer to the Beatles. No they werent, it was just a TV show and a few good, innocent bubble gum songs.

Innocent, there is a word you don't hear in entertainment anymore.
 

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Probably the best thing he did was invent those torks screws... guy was a genius!
 

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I used to watch that show as a kid after school. Loveable goofs.
 

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You know what, it was fun. That's all it was. No homos, no debauchery, no points to be made, just silliness. I remember some said they were America's answer to the Beatles. No they werent, it was just a TV show and a few good, innocent bubble gum songs.

Innocent, there is a word you don't hear in entertainment anymore.
It appears his former bandmate agrees with you.
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