Crash Test Dummies: A Bumper Car Named Desire





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Uploaded on Nov 6, 2007

Brad Roberts and Ellen Reid talk about the band and where it all started: the Blue Note Café in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Ellen Reid comments that her (singing) influences include The Roches and Maria McKee:

Before the debut of their first album (The Ghosts That Haunt Me) the band covered at least two songs from Lone Justice of which Maria McKee was part of: "Working Late" and "Soap, Soup and Salvation" in which Ellen sings lead.

Suzzy Roche, of The Roches, sings back-up on the Crash Test Dummies 2004 album "Songs of the Unforgiven".

Behind Brad is a stuffed Fred Flinstone doll from The Flintstones cartoon. On the 1994 "The Flintstones: Music From Bedrock" movie soundtrack the song "In the Days of the Caveman" by Crash Test Dummies makes an apperance.

Benjamin Darvill is seen jamming on harmonica to the song he wrote, "Thick-Necked Man", for the album "The Ghosts That Haunt Me".


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